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New Pima Judge Appointed

A local attorney was named to the bench.

Hopi Katsina friend.

Legislation Would Stiffen Penalty For Export Of Sacred Native American Artifacts

Congressional action could double jail time for trafficking offenses.

Ruling: Smell of Marijuana Justifies Police Search

Arizona Supreme Court Sides With State on Probable Cause Question.

In Wake of Dallas Police Killings - Tucson Police Working with the Community

Tucson Police one of 15 police departments in the country selected for new policing strategies

Marijuana is an ingredient in these edible and topical products from Halo Infusions & Extractions in Tucson.

Debate Over Recreational Marijuana Comes to the Fore

Initiative aimed at legalization in Arizona proposed for November election ballot.

Legalized Marijuana, 2 Other Ballot Propositions Filed

Petitions turned in for higher minimum wage, limit on hospital executive compensation.

The seal of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

FBI: Arrested Tucsonan Called Himself 'American Jihadist'

18-year-old man being held in Phoenix on terrorism, conspiracy charges.

Pima County Sells Building for $1.5M, Makes 85% Profit

Tucson Indian Center purchases downtown structure it had been leasing.

Old Pima County courthouse in downtown Tucson.

Pima County Budget OK'd, Including Tax Rate Reduction

Spending package totals $1.23 billion; primary tax rate falls 10 cents.

1cent sales tax

Report: Arizona Sales Taxes Rank 11th Highest in US

Combined state rate of 8.25% leaves state vulnerable to economic swings.

Freedom of Information Act Turns 50; Attacks Continue

UA researcher notes landmark statute disliked by public, private entities alike.

Marysol Velderrain sits with her children at the July 4, 2016 citizenship ceremony at Saguaro National Park.

20 Tucsonans Become Citizens on National Holiday

Saguaro National Park hosted its 7th annual, July 4th citizenship ceremony.

10/8/12. Rebecca Brukman.
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New Citizens To Be Sworn In on Independence Day in Tucson

20 take oath of citizenship at Saguaro National Park on national holiday.

Holidaying in Mexico? Be Aware of Busy Border Crossing

July 4th weekend is big travel weekend at Arizona-Mexico ports of entry.

Arizona's Prop 123 Money Goes to More Than K-12 Schools

Universities, prisons, hospitals, state charity fund share in largesse.

Supreme Court Abortion Ruling Doesn’t Affect Arizona, Yet

5-3 decision strikes down Texas anti-abortion law; Arizonans evaluating impact.

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