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Raucous Crowd for McSally's First Town Hall of Year

250 attend, hundreds more wait outside; congresswoman promises more such meetings.

Giffords to Members of Congress: Meet With Your Constituents

In the wake of criticism that not all representatives are meeting with residents, Giffords says they should.

Census Data: One in Eight Tucson Homes Vacant

Tucson's 12.5 percent vacancy rate was 10th highest in the nation in 2016.

Tax Help Available This Saturday for E-Filers

Event will allow people to work on their taxes with experts available to answer questions.

Trump Rules Hit Hard at Illegal Immigration

Criminals, crime suspects top priority, with much wider net cast for others, too.

Flu Cases Up in Pima County, But Still Low for the Year

Majority of cases in the county occurred in the past three weeks.

Desert Diamond Cup Brings Major League Soccer to Tucson

Three games will be played each Saturday for two weeks at Kino Sports Complex's North Field.

Report: Tucson Lacks Policies to Improve Citizen Health

CityHealth says Tucson is deficient in 7 of the 9 policies authors think can keep a population healthy.

Housing Sales Up in Tucson, But Inventory Remains Low

Tucson's residential real estate market is going strong, but numbers affect affordability.

Tucsonans Find Help Filing Their Taxes from Volunteers

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program helps low-to-moderate income taxpayers prepare returns each year.

2-Year Closure of Ina at I-10 Starts Wednesday

Intersection will be rebuilt to allow road to pass over freeway and nearby rail line.

Hearing Wednesday on TEP's Proposed $8 Rate Increase

Vote on residential rates, discussion of solar rates due at commission meeting.

Tucson Real Estate Will See Years of Growth, Analyst Says

Rising mortgage rates no cause for concern so long as economic recovery continues.

Banning Vetted Refugees Puts Them In Harm's Way, Advocate Says

Lives can be lost if they are blocked from coming to the U.S. despite receiving prior approval.

City Program Works to Limit Children's Exposure to Lead

Federal grant pays for lead testing, abatement at low-income family's homes.

Tucson Officials Ready Themselves for 'Sanctuary' Fight

$100M in federal funds could be at stake for the city.

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