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City Seeks Citizens to Review Prop 101 Public Safety Spending

The oversight commission will look at sales tax revenues going to the Tucson police and fire departments.

Deportations Give Shape to Changing Border Demographics

Deportees finding themselves in country of birth, separated from country they call home.

Winds Drive Cochise County Wildfire to 14,900 Acres

Brush, grass scorched, power line threatened; containment at 5 percent.

Traffic Program Finds 1 in 7 Driving Without Seat Belts

TPD also noted 6 instances of children riding in the car unrestrained.

Planting Fish to Kill Mosquitoes: 'This Is Historical'

Endangered fish species going into swimming pool to eat larvae.

Tucson Pedestrian Deaths Up Sharply; Jaywalking Blamed

Officer: 'The person who is most responsible for your safety is you. You need to pay attention.'

Probation Changes Drive Down State's Recidivism Rate

Arizona is one of five states that has seen a double-digit drop in those re-entering prison.

Attorney General Wants Help Fighting Phone Scammers

State launches pilot program in Pima County aimed at helping people 60 and older.

Trump Wants to Cut US Aid to Mexican Drug Cartel Fight

Budget proposal calls for cutting funding to Mexican policy, military almost in half.

Tucson Setting Priorities for New Sales Tax Revenues

Police, fire equipment first on order list; oversight committees also will be set up.

Border Patrol Names New Agent in Charge in Nogales

19-year agency veteran Sabri Dikman will take the post in June.

Tucson Police to Take Mental Health 'First Aid' Training

Goal is to keep people in crisis out of jail and get services.

US and Mexico Promise Plan to Fight Drug Cartels

Officials say both countries are to blame for an opioid epidemic.

Immigrant: 'Waiting and Waiting' for Dreaded Knock on Door

Phoenix man under deportation order and wearing electronic ankle bracelet.

US, Mexican Officials Meet in DC to Discuss Security Issues

Secretary of State Tillerson, Mexican foreign minister will look at cartels, other issues.

Legislature Giveth to Pima, Taketh from Maricopa

In apparent political move, Pima gets $400,000 Maricopa lost in anti-gang money.

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