Tucson city offices closed Friday for César Chávez Day

All Tucson offices, except for emergency services, will be closed on Friday, March 31 in honor of Cesar Chavez Day. Domestic and commercial trash and recycling will remain unaffected and Sun Tran, Sun Van and Sun Link trams will operate regularly. The city’s “César E. Chavez Holiday” is the Monday or Friday closest to March […]

Forum tackles issue of human trafficking

Arizona Daily Star Preventing and stopping human trafficking is the focus of a free all-day forum on April 15th. Hosted by the Rotary Club of Marana in partnership with the Peacebuilding Club of Rotary District 5500, the forum is attended by local, state and national anti-trafficking and victim advocates. Awareness, Hope, Action: A Forum on […]

Firm Made Good With Bet On a Vacant Bank in Catalina Foothills

At first glance, the sale of two small 1970s buildings may seem unremarkable, but the deal is a good example of the clever and slightly contrarian ethos of the seller, local commercial real estate firm Larsen Baker. For example. The transaction was awarded the 2023 CoStar Impact Award by an independent panel of industry experts […]

Funeral notices, March 31, 2023

Water is fluid, soft and elastic. But water wears away hard, inflexible rock. As a general rule, fluid, soft and flexible overcomes hard and hard. Lao Tzu Patricia (Patsy) Hewitt Waterfall, 86, passed away peacefully in her home on March 16, 2023, surrounded by her family. She graduated from elementary school, Mansfeld Middle School, and […]

Clements’ lawyers claim bias, file motion to replace judge

The attorney for the man accused of kidnapping and murdering 6-year-old Isabel Serris is looking for a new judge, saying the current judge’s “interest or prejudice” prevents a fair and impartial trial. Christopher Clements was charged with the separate kidnapping and murder of Isabel and 13-year-old Maribel Gonzalez in 2018. Isabelle was found missing from […]

Arizona Democratic Party challenges ‘No Labels’ party status

Phoenix (3TV/CBS 5) — The Arizona Democratic Party filed a complaint Thursday morning challenging its unlabeled status as a political party in the state. is named. In a press release, Democrats argue that No Labels does not follow the rules required of political parties. A lawsuit obtained by the Arizona family says No Labels is […]

Medical device firm opening in Tucson to no longer use cancer-causing gas

The company, which plans to build a medical device sterilization facility in southeast Tucson, has turned away from its intention to use hazardous gases in its center and instead plans to use another sterilization method using electron beam technology. I’m here. The Pima County Department of Environmental Quality issued an air quality permit to Becton, […]

Details of Theel charges emerge | News

A grand jury in Arizona has indicted Carmen Seale, wife of former Glen Rock Police Chief David Seale, for embezzling $126,716.12 from the church the couple belonged to before moving to Converse County. According to court and Tucson, Arizona police documents, 54-year-old Carmen Thiel, who now lives in Madison, Wisconsin, worked for Pantero Baptist Church […]

Tucson mom faces charges after child’s remains found in house

A 24-year-old Tucson woman has been arrested. Police said they found the remains of her one of her three children inside her home. The incident began on the afternoon of March 23 near East Drexel Road and South Campbell Avenue when police were called after someone reported a child running across the street. . Police […]