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Rabbits at risk from deadly virus

PACC lost 15 animals to the RHDV2 virus.

Pima County to receive new round of Emergency Rental Assistance funds

The county says the $11 million should last until September.

Huckelberry resignation tainted by last-minute reports

News stories allege Huckelberry hid his retirement from supervisors.

Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry resigning

The long-time Administrator was seriously injured in October.

Pima County attorney says she will resume charging minor drug offenses

The new policy reverses a memorandum County Attorney Laura Conover issued to area law enforcement back in December.

A team will investigate use-of-force incidents in Pima County

Sheriff Chris Nanos said shootings and other serious use of force incidents will be criminally investigated by the team.

Pima County to receive new allocation of emergency rental funds

The money comes from the state's allocation, which has gone largely untouched.

Pima County-funded preschool program growing slowly

COVID-19 pandemic poses challenges for the program.

Evictions slowly on the rise in Pima County

Numbers are close to pre-pandemic levels.

Pima County constable resigns as evictions continue in Tucson

A Pima County constable in Tucson is resigning later this month as rent prices and evictions continue to climb in the city.

Pima County board of supervisors could grow under proposed law

Legislation would increase the size of the board from five members to seven.

Tucson city council weighs extending half-cent tax increase

Prop 101, approved in 2017, expires this year.

Authorities investigating death of a Pima County Jail inmate

Sheriff's office says 24-year-old Pedro Xavier Martinez Palacio alerted a corrections officer that he needed medical help.

New trail opens in Green Valley

The trail is named for two longtime bicycling advocates.

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