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Few understand the struggles that families and friends of victims face in the aftermath of homicide.

Prison System Under Investigation Amid Teacher Rape, Stabbing

She was put in classroom full of sex offenders with no prison guard; facility security policies being looked into.

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Dem Natl Cmte Visiting PHX to Possibly Host 2016 Convention

Committee will be in Phoenix from Sept. 10-11; city in running to hold Democratic National Convention.

Shelter Honors July 4th with Dog Walk, Cat Cuddle Event

Pima Animal Care Center seeks volunteers, donations.

Fired Medical Pot Researcher: 'We Were on Cusp of Implementing UA Study'

Sue Sisley was unexpectedly laid off from the university, stalling her research on marijuana as a possible treatment for PTSD.

Report: AZ Nearly Last in Great Recession Jobs Recovery

32 states have less jobs than they did prior to recession officially starting; only Nevada has worse rate.

This June Was Third Hottest in Tucson, Weather Service Says

Last month had 29 days of 100 degrees or hotter; zero rainfall.

Pima Library, League of Women Voters Helping to Register to Vote

Volunteers will be at six libraries around Tucson during July; deadline is July 28.

Citizens of Tucson gather to remember victims and heroes of 9-11.

About 796K Arizonans Expected to Travel Fourth of July Weekend

AAA of Arizona estimates this is about 1 percent higher than in 2013.

Prescott Appeals Retirement Benefits for Hotshot Family

Andrew Ashcraft was among 13 firefighters killed in Yarnell fire who weren't classified as permanent employees.

Fire Near Show Low 15% Contained

Firefighters have completed burnout operations in White Mountains.

The Tucson Police Department has a unit to investigate internet crimes against children.

ACLU of AZ Files Another Legal Claim Against TPD

Organization says Tucson police unlawfully detained a man who was pulled over during traffic stop, turned in to Border Patrol.

Republican Martha McSally concedes the Congressional District 2 race to Democrat Ron Barber, Nov. 17. 2012.

McSally Makes List of GOP Women With Party's Support

Efforts to get more Republican women in office; 'strong chance' to defeat Democratic incumbent in November.

High school students take a tour of American Turbo Systems and other local machinists shops and we learn about Arizona's growing demand for machinists and other manufacturing jobs.

Tucson Struggles to Fill STEM Job Vacancies

New report by Brookings Institution says city lacks skilled employees; local efforts aim to improve those findings.

Grizzly Bears Could Come Back to Grand Canyon, S.E. AZ

Center for Biological Diversity asks Fish and Wildlife to add 100K-square miles to its recovery area for animal.

Southern AZ's LGBT Community Center Closing

Wingspan will close its doors July 31 due to budget constraints; recently lost a few grants, struggled to keep donations.

Smith Files Election Complaint Against Ducey

Former Mesa mayor accuses fellow GOP gubernatorial candidate of illegally coordinating groups to run ads targeting Smith.

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