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2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
Picture This: Festival of Book Ends (weekly)

The Third annual Tucson Festival of Books came to a close after thousands of Tucsonans came out to participate in book signings, workshops, panels, food, and games.
Tucson Weekly writers Jim Nintzel participated in a panel ... read more

2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
Picture This: A Hitchhiker's Guide to Global Reporting at the Book Festival (weekly)

Mort Rosenblum, author, presented on his new book Little Bunch of Madmen: Elements of Global Reporting at the Tucson Festival of Books. The presentation was in front of a packed room that saw several would-be attendees turned ... read more

2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
The Wildcats Get Their March Madness Matchup (weekly)

        The U of A men's basketball team got its matchup in the tournament a moment ago, and they'll be heading to Tulsa to play the Memphis Tigers Friday, coached by former Wildcat Josh Pastner. If they get through the first round ... read more

2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
The Morning After: Mr. Free and the Satellite Freakout (weekly)

You might say that Mr. Free and the Satellite Freakout has a cult following. If that's true, I would like to know where to sign up.…
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        [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ] ... read more

2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
Images of the Destruction in Japan (weekly)

Australian news network ABC News has a clever, but disturbing use of aerial images to show the physical devastation in and around Sendai, Japan, using the mouse as a slider to allow for before and after views.
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2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
Giffords' colleagues keep her present in DC (starnet-local)

WASHINGTON - Rep. Gabrielle ... read more

2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
Radar van locations (starnet-local)

The city's two police radar vans are scheduled to snap
photographs of speeders at these locations today:

2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
$22,412 raised for camp fund (starnet-local)

The Star kicked off its summer camp drive in February with an
envelope for readers to send donations.

2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Saturday, March 12

2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
Neighborhood Briefs (starnet-local)


2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
Vets-help group sets retreat here (starnet-local)

After several successful support group meetings throughout the
nation, Vets4Vets will try its luck in its own backyard.

2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
Truck rollover traps man at Avra Valley-area mine (starnet-local)

A man was trapped inside a large water truck for about 90
minutes Sunday morning after it rolled over at the Silver Bell Mine
in Avra Valley, officials said.

2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
Tucson Oddity: Hall of fame puts city center court in handball (starnet-local)

Sports are tied to the ... read more

2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
Man trapped in water truck at Silver Bell Mine rescued (starnet-local)

A man was trapped inside a water truck for around 90 minutes
Sunday morning after it rolled over at Silver Bell Mine in Avra
Valley, officials said.

2011-03-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 14 2011\
Book fest off to a crackling start (starnet-local)

It's hard to describe ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
New Reinterpretations (weekly)

        The Mates of State headline Hotel Congress' July Fourth musical celebration
            by Gene Armstrong
            I might want to hate Mates of State if I didn't find them so adorable. ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Delights Old and New (weekly)

        Joe Scordato's new Italian restaurant is stellar in every way
            by Rita Connelly
            There's a very funny episode of Everybody Loves Raymond in which braciole is the star ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
T Q&A (weekly)

        Dan Twelker
            by Mari Herreras
            Dan Twelker is best known as the host of KXCI FM 91.3's Locals Only, but by day, he's an optometrist and teacher in the UA Department of ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Now Showing at Home (weekly)

        Don McKay (Blu-ray); Green Zone (Blu-ray); Darkman (Blu-ray);
            by Bob Grimm
            Don McKay (Blu-ray) IMAGE MOVIE D- SPECIAL FEATURES C+ BLU-RAY GEEK FACTOR 3 (OUT OF 10) ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Guest Opinion (weekly)

        Hey, opponents of illegal immigrants: Take a closer look at your family trees
            by Blaze Mason
            One of the most pervasive taunts from the anti-immigrant mob is: "What part ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Top Ten in Books (weekly)

        Antigone Books best-sellers for the week
            Antigone Books best-sellers for the week ending June 25, 2010 1. Does Your House Have Lions? Sonia Sanchez, Beacon ($16) 2. Win at Work! The Everybody ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Not Just Steel Guitars (weekly)

        Hapa redefines Hawaiian music by merging it with various other genres
            by Jim Lipson
            I'm anxiously awaiting a phone call from Barry Flanagan. He's the New Jersey kid ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Ask a Mexican! (weekly)

        by Gustavo Arellano
            Dear Readers: The Arizona pendejas have emboldened hundreds of Know Nothings in the past week to boast to the Mexican that they're not racist if they support SB 1070, because ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Anecdote to Stupid (weekly)

        by Jimmy Boegle
            Normally, this is a space for happy thoughts. I make exciting announcements or point out really cool articles in the newspaper—stuff like that. But this week, I can't ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Messina (weekly)

        Tucson Circus Arts offers a different kind of summer camp
            by Irene Messina
            It's a common scene at summer camp: Sweaty little bodies coated with Coppertone line up on ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Born Ruffians: Say It (Paper Bag/Warp) (weekly)

        by Sean Bottai
            For 43 minutes and 21 seconds, the Violent Femmes set fermented teenage desire in amber on their first album. Born Ruffians pick up that polished gem and play skipping stones ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Flying and 'Falling' (weekly)

        Two Tucson poets take wildly divergent literary routes
            by Jarret Keene
            Tucson is becoming so overrun by great writers that you can't swing a Norton college textbook ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Soundbites (weekly)

        Celebrating Jake; Red, white and tunes; A congressional trio; On the bandwagon
            by Stephen Seigel
            CELEBRATING JAKE At 7 p.m., next Thursday, July 8, A Gathering to Celebrate ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Weekly Wide Web (weekly)

        YouTube + Math = Education
            by Nick Smith
            A typical teacher will lecture to a couple dozen students each day. Sal Khan, who lectures to about 70,000 students each day ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Street Art Live! (weekly)

        by D.J. Ochoa
            If you've been to one art opening, you've pretty much been to them all: Art connoisseurs marvel over what is being displayed, while repetitive music blares in the background ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Stone River Boys: Love on the Dial (Cow Island) (weekly)

        by Carl Hanni
            Former Hacienda Brothers/Paladins ace Dave Gonzalez has bounced back from the sudden passing in 2008 of fellow Hacienda Brother Chris Gaffney with a new Austin-based combo, Stone ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Police Dispatch (weekly)

        Die, Marriage, Die!; A Perfect 10
            by Anna Mirocha
            DIE, MARRIAGE, DIE! WEST ROLLER COASTER ROAD MAY 25, 11:46 P.M. A woman escaped harm after an alleged attack by her ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
The Skinny (weekly)

        Congressional District 8 Republican candidate Jesse Kelly doesnÂ’t like the BP “shakedown” Â… U.S. Sen. John McCain still has the support of half of ArizonaÂ’s Republicans Â… Gov. Jan Brewer surges in the GOP gubernatorial race, even ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Downward Spiral (weekly)

        Michael Douglas and Imogen Poots dazzle in this story of a once-successful man's downfall
            by Colin Boyd
            Over the past few decades, salesman Ben Kalmen (Michael Douglas ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
City Week (weekly)

        New Findings by Ian K. Millard; The Fireside Chats With FDR; "Page to the Stage: The Outrageous New Play Festival Series"; Old Fashioned Independence Day
            by Adam Lehrer ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Too Many Meetings? (weekly)

        After the RTA head freezes planning funds, Mayor Bob Walkup questions his authority
            by Dave Devine
            The back-and-forth between the city of Tucson and the Regional Transportation ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Wolf Parade: Expo 86 (Sub Pop) (weekly)

        by Michael Petitti
            Loose, fun and muscular, Wolf Parade's third album, Expo 86, may be a high point in an already soaring career. The band has spoken about primarily recording the album live ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
An Ill Wind (weekly)

        Adam Sandler brings along his friends for another bad movie that's raking in the bucks
            by Bob Grimm
            There's an old lady who farts a lot in the new Adam Sandler flick ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Media Watch (weekly)

        Antenori: KUAT's Friday Roundtable leans to the left
            by John Schuster
            ANTENORI: KUAT'S FRIDAY ROUNDTABLE LEANS TO THE LEFT State Senator Frank Antenori refuses to appear ... read more

2010-07-01 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 01 2010\
Mailbag (weekly)

        Open the Borders; Legalize Drugs; Celebrate Diversity!
            Open the Borders; Legalize Drugs; Celebrate Diversity! I appreciate the candor of Bill Cottle regarding SB 1070 and illegal immigration ... read more

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
The expert witness: an inexact system (starnet-local)
Contract attorneys hired by the county spent almost five times as much taxpayer money on expert witnesses as the prosecutor's office and other public defenders combined.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
TPD to deploy 2nd speed-cam van soon (starnet-local)
Two years after photo radar debuted in Southern Arizona, Tucson police are set to soon double their enforcement efforts.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Ernesto Portillo Jr.: St. Jude-statue theft is blessing, perhaps, for church, family (starnet-local)
St. Jude has returned to Santa Monica Catholic Church.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Working stiffs find future isn't so rigid after all (starnet-local)
Founded 37 years ago on the idea "that the working person could get ahead," Tucson-based Pima Medical Institute is expanding by adding new degree programs and new campuses.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Council elections look familiar but have twist (starnet-local)
In many ways, this year's City Council race is a replay of 2005.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
40 leaders under 40 (starnet-local)
A city is only as strong as its vision and the leadership moving it forward.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Jaguar team ceases work amid disputes, big cat's death (starnet-local)
The team formed to help the endangered jaguar survive in Arizona and New Mexico has ground to a standstill.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Strategy, as well as cost, factoring into hiring experts (starnet-local)
Cost is just one thing attorneys consider in hiring expert witnesses.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Jaguar-tracking data hard to come by from Game and Fish (starnet-local)
The Arizona Game and Fish Department paid a nonprofit group about $65,000 to gather information about jaguars in the past five years, but hasn't gotten raw data to show for it.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Political notebook : We reserve the right to ID their fallacy; and local GOP chief to try tougher tone (starnet-local)
The Museum of Contemporary Art this week took some heat from critics this week who decided to blast the City Council for subsidizing profane art.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Ward 6: Contest is centered on downtown hotel (starnet-local)
To hear City Council incumbent Nina Trasoff tell it, a proposed publicly financed Convention Center hotel downtown will employ 500 people for the next few years and generate millions of dollars by securing conventions that Tucson is losing now or at risk ... read more

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Ward 5: Political newcomer taking on governmental insider (starnet-local)

The race for the Ward 5 City Council seat pits a political insider against a political neophyte.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Eight years later — the sailboat of his dreams (starnet-local)
For eight years, Bob Millikin patiently cut, drilled and welded into shape the sailboat of his dreams.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
3 dogs in backyard see flames inside house, save family by barking (starnet-local)
Four people escaped a house fire without injuries Saturday morning because their dogs barked at the flames and woke them up, a fire official said.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Man's body found near downtown (starnet-local)
Tucson police are investigating a suspicious death after a man was found dead in a wash near downtown Saturday morning, police said.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Third person in Sedona sweat-lodge case is dead (starnet-local)
FLAGSTAFF — A third person who was overcome in a sweat-lodge ceremony run by self-help guru James Arthur Ray has died.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Neighbors Briefs (starnet-local)


2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Radar van locations (starnet-local)
The city's police radar van is scheduled to snap photographs of speeders at these locations this week, according to the Tucson Police Department:

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Deaths (starnet-local)
ARNOW, Pearl S., 99, Sun Lakes, office manager, Oct. 6, Evergreen.

2009-10-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 18 2009\
Ward 3 candidates agree on priorities, little else (starnet-local)
Ward 3 City Council member Karin Uhlich says her challenger is relying on fear-mongering to gain traction in the race.

2007-08-14 12.5-year prison term given in 2006 slaying (citizen-local)
A Tucson man was sentenced to 12.5 years in prison on Monday in the shooting death of a South Side resident.
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2007-08-14 20 neighborhoods can have say on brewpub project (citizen-local)
Twenty neighborhoods within one mile of the proposed El Mirador high-rise and brewpub project will get a chance Aug. 20 to sound off on Town West's four-tower vision for the north edge of downtown.
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2007-08-14 3 docs targets of action by med board (citizen-local)
Two Tucson doctors have been placed on probation by the Arizona Medical Board, with one of them ordered to have a female chaperone when seeing female patients.
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2007-08-14 3 vie to develop 14 acres downtown (citizen-local)
A short list of developers should be ready by month's end to compete for the right to develop the largest piece of undeveloped downtown land, just west of the Santa Cruz River.
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2007-08-14 After wash-weed runaround, a wait is likely (starnet-local)
A number of the washes in Rita Ranch, on Tucson's Southeast Side, are overgrown with knee-high weeds.
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2007-08-14 Air travel ordeals worsen; relief soon unlikely (citizen-local)
How was your flight?
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2007-08-14 Back to bunker: City restores its 1950s building (starnet-local)
George Caria feels quite safe in his new offices at 149 N. Stone Ave., where the city of Tucson has restored a former bank building to its 1950s concrete-bunker glory.
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2007-08-14 Buildings are his canvases (citizen-local)
Anyone who has eaten in a restaurant on North Grande Avenue, stayed in a hotel downtown or just driven down South 12th Avenue has seen Luis Mena's murals.
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2007-08-14 Bursting with pupils or half-empty (citizen-local)
Tucson Unified School District students starting class at Vesey Elementary School on Tuesday will have more than a 70 percent chance of being assigned to a portable classroom.
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2007-08-14 Cop lets police K-9 die in hot vehicle (starnet-local)
Chandler police are investigating whether the head of its K-9 Unit, whose police dog died after being left unattended in a squad vehicle for almost 13 hours, violated any department policies.
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2007-08-14 Couple found dead in Salt River Canyon likely murder-suicide (starnet-local)
A Mesa couple wanted for questioning by the FBI in connection with child pornography was found holding hands and shot dead in a car parked off U.S. 60 in Gila County, authorities said.
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2007-08-14 Courthouse plans go over budget (citizen-local)
Design plans for a new courthouse are proceeding even though the project will surpass the $110 million price tag set by a 2004 bond package.
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2007-08-14 DEATHS (citizen-local)
Compiled by Claudia Martinez. For information, call 573-4561.
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2007-08-14 Deaths (starnet-local)

  The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted. Occupations are stated when available.
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2007-08-14 Denogean : Playing sports just for the joy it can bring (citizen-local)
Sports heroes are hard to come by these days.     Just when you think you've found one, you learn that he's been sticking steroid-filled syringes in his buttocks or (allegedly) running a massive dog-fighting operation. Or, if not cheating or breaking the law, he's whining for the renegotiation of a contract worth multimillions because he's "underpaid."
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2007-08-14 District revives community schools (starnet-local)
If Tanque Verde Unified School District's community schools program had been a living, breathing person for its first 15 years, the district might have been found guilty of neglect.
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2007-08-14 Earth fissure in Queen Creek repaired after flood (citizen-local)
An earth fissure that opened unexpectedly two weeks ago during a flash-flood storm near Queen Creek has been repaired.
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2007-08-14 Earth fissure near Queen Creek is filled in (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — An earth fissure that opened unexpectedly two weeks ago during a flash-flood storm near Queen Creek has been repaired.
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2007-08-14 Entrant's bones found; drug arrest made (starnet-local)
The skeletal remains of an illegal border crosser was discovered Friday by Border Patrol agents.
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2007-08-14 Exorcism scene violent, chaotic, 911 calls reveal (citizen-local)
Ronald Marquez screamed as he performed an exorcism on his 3-year-old granddaughter before police burst into his home and shocked him with a stun gun, family members frantically told 911 operators.
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2007-08-14 Extreme hot weather to remain awhile (kvoa)


PHOENIX -- A little more moisture, even an afternoon rain shower would be nice to cool things off, but forecasters say the conditions just aren't right.
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2007-08-14 Free, 8-week classes set on justice system (citizen-local)
The Pima County Attorney's Office Community Prosecutors Academy is accepting applications for its fall 2007 "8-week Adventure," a course that teaches how the county criminal justice system works. .
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2007-08-14 Goudeau relatives lived near attack scene, prosecutors say (kvoa)


PHOENIX -- A major development in the rape trial of serial murder suspect Mark Goudeau. Monday, prosecutors told jurors that Goudeau has two relatives who lived in two separate...
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2007-08-14 Guest speakers policy on TUSD agenda (citizen-local)
The Tucson Unified School District Governing Board will vote on appointments to its newly formed audit committee on Tuesday.
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2007-08-14 Intruder contends he protected woman (starnet-local)
A 32-year-old convicted armed robber continued to protest his innocence Monday, telling his judge one of his victims would have been raped had he not been in her apartment that night.
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2007-08-14 Jimmy's forecast (starnet-local)
High pressure overhead has us back into triple-digit temperatures again today and for the rest of the week. There is still enough moisture in the air to trigger some isolated thunderstorms in Southern Arizona, mainly near the mountains. This low-grade monsoon is likely to continue all week.
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2007-08-14 Judge rejects attempt to bar prosecutor (starnet-local)
Veteran Pima County prosecutor Teresa Godoy will not be barred from prosecuting a group of men accused of a series of home invasions in June 2006, a judge ruled Monday.
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2007-08-14 K-9 dog dies after being left in hot patrol car (citizen-local)
A Chandler police dog died after his handler left him unattended in a hot patrol car, police said.
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2007-08-14 Keep eye out for 2 storms coming from south (citizen-local)
A severe storm warning has been issued by the National Weather Service for all of Pima County at least until 5:30 p.m. That stems from a storm near Sells that was moving north and west at 15 to 20 mph at 5 p.m.
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2007-08-14 Learning time again (starnet-local)
Today is the day when students in Tucson's largest school district return to class, joining thousands of young people from across Pima County who have already done so.
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2007-08-14 MLK apartments renovation to start this month (citizen-local)
Renovation is expected to start inside the former Martin Luther King Jr. Apartments by the end of the month, marking the first phase of the downtown Depot Plaza project, which is slated to add two more towers just east of the Ronstadt Transit Center.
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2007-08-14 Man gets 22 years in prison for killing ex-wife (starnet-local)
Jayce and Jordan Johnson have no friends. They don't want to have to explain why they aren't living with their parents.
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2007-08-14 Man, 19, handed 10 years for rape (starnet-local)
A 19-year-old Tucson man was sentenced to 10 years in prison and seven years of intensive probation Monday after pleading guilty to raping a woman out for an early morning walk.
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2007-08-14 Man, 23, convicted of 2 Reid Park rapes (starnet-local)
It took a Pima County jury just four hours Monday to convict a 23-year-old Tucson man of raping two women in Reid Park last December.
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2007-08-14 Marana changes course on plan for wastewater (starnet-local)
A month after Marana declared its intention to take control of a wastewater treatment facility on the edge of town, the town has put that plan on hold.
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2007-08-14 McCain plays down 10th place finish in Iowa straw poll (citizen-local)
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Republican presidential candidate John McCain on Monday shrugged off his 10th-place finish in the Iowa straw poll this past weekend, calling such contests meaningless.
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2007-08-14 More arrests in deadly shooting of Phoenix officer (kvoa)


PHOENIX -- At least 11 people have now been arrested in the fatal shooting of a Phoenix Police officer. Late Monday, police arrested four more people accused of helping the...
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2007-08-14 More city subsidies for eatery unlikely (starnet-local)
Central Bistro, the intended anchor of the Historic Train Depot in Downtown Tucson, wants another 18 months of free rent plus $100,000 in emergency cash from the city.
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2007-08-14 Museum displays family diversity (citizen-local)
Families come in all colors and sizes. Some are headed by single parents. Others are multiracial, adoptive or headed by gay or lesbian parents. Some families live with mental or physical disabilities or face chronic illness
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2007-08-14 Phoenix leads U.S. in retail space under construction (citizen-local)
Metro Phoenix has more retail space under construction than anywhere else in the country, says  a report by a national real-estate information service.
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2007-08-14 Photos: Firefighters rescue little dog as blaze burns man's home (starnet-local)
Firefighters rescue little dog as blaze burns man's home
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2007-08-14 Poll Volunteers Needed and Early Voting In-Person Info for Sept. 11 (city)
Precinct Election Board Officials are needed to help at City of Tucson polling places on Tuesday, September 11, 2007, and on Tuesday, November 6, 2007.
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2007-08-14 Remains of illegal border crosser recovered (kvoa)


TUCSON, Ariz. -- A Border Patrol agent has recovered the skeletal remains of an illegal border crosser. The discovery was made last Friday evening about 55 miles southwest of...
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2007-08-14 Remains of suspected illegal immigrant found near Sells (citizen-local)
A U.S. Border Patrol agent on patrol south of Sells found the skeletal remains of a suspected illegal immigrant, a border patrol spokesman said Monday afternoon.
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2007-08-14 Scottsdale airport may allow heavier jets to accommodate Super Bowl flights (citizen-local)
Officials are considering whether to let heavier planes use the Scottsdale Airport around Super Bowl XLII to allow for transcontinental flights directly to and from the city.
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2007-08-14 Sunnyside school board weighs using mediator (citizen-local)
The Sunnyside Unified School District Governing Board will vote Tuesday on a proposal to use a mediator in contract negotiations with teachers.
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2007-08-14 Tapes from exorcism: screaming, confusion (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Ronald Marquez screamed as he performed an exorcism on his 3-year-old granddaughter before police burst into his home and shocked him with a Taser stun gun, family members frantically told 911 operators.
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2007-08-14 Tribal farms near Phoenix flourish as demand grows (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — As development eats up agricultural land in metropolitan Phoenix, farms on American Indian land are a growing part of Arizona's agricultural economy.
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2007-08-14 Tucson Time Capsule: You gotta know how to fold 'em (starnet-local)
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2007-08-14 Tucson man gets 12.5 years for murdering crack dealer (starnet-local)
A Tucson man convicted of killing a crack cocaine dealer was sentenced Monday to 12.5 years in prison in Pima County Superior Court.
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2007-08-14 U.S., Mexico to discuss Colorado River sharing (citizen-local)
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2007-08-14 Whistleblower files lawsuit against owner of Mesa hospital (kvoa)


MESA, Ariz. -- A lawsuit filed against the owner of a Mesa hospital alleges that many "medically unnecessary" procedures, including interventional cardiology, radiology and other...
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