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Public Gets More Time to Comment on Increased Training Flights in Tucson

Davis-Monthan released its environmental assessment in September saying region would feel little to no effect.

Wastewater

Study Looks into Effects of Wastewater on Santa Cruz River

Sonoran Institute, local officials release initial report on water quality after recent upgrades to treatment facilities.

mosquito biting

Mosquitoes May Stay Until November

Pima County health officials receiving up to 10 complaints a day; warm weather, rain create prime spots for bugs to breed.

AZ WEEK: Tucson Couples, Clergy Celebrate Gay Marriage Ruling

Just hours after federal judge struck down ban, many headed to Pima County courthouse to legalize their union.

A parvovirus outbreak in Pima County

Property Tax Increase Would Fund Animal Care Center Expansion

Pima County voters will decide in November election whether to approve a $22M bond to upgrade facility.

Pima County Latino HIV Rates Higher Than National Average

As part of nationwide awareness day, local officials want to break stigma.

Pima County OKs Davis-Monthan Environmental Assessment

Officials say they see no problem with expanded flight training at Tucson military base.

Tucson's Economic Recovery Slower Than Most Major Cities

New data from Brookings Institution shows city also among hardest hit by Great Recession.

Early Voting for November Election Begins

Close to 300K ballots were mailed in Pima County yesterday; three stands now open.

Early Voting: Contentious Issue Between Democrats, Republicans

Method is also changing way politicians campaign; thousands of ballots mailed to Pima County residents today.

Republican Martha McSally, Democrat Ron Barber at AZPM debate Oct. 7, 2014.

Barber, McSally Point Fingers at Partisanship in Forum

Sparks fly as Dem incumbent, GOP challenger face off for first time in campaign for 2nd Congressional District.

Corporation Commission Race Centers on Role of State's Largest Utility

Democratic candidates say APS has poured $2M in support of Republican duo; GOP candidates deny involvement.

Pima County Attorney Launches Wrongful Convictions Unit

Regretful that innocent men, women are stripped of freedom for crimes they didn't commit, program head says.

Local governments are planning to extend the number and length of bicycle paths in an effort to increase ridership in our community.

Tucson Considers Bike Sharing Program

Would allow people to temporarily borrow publicly owned bicycles; cities seeks public comment today.

Groups Make Last Push to Register Latino Voters

Mi Familia Vota will be out in full force this weekend making sure Hispanic community engages.

Today is Deadline to Register to Vote for November Elections

Pima County Recorder's Office holding special drive-up registration events for last-minute paperwork.

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