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Deadly crash on 29th Street involving a b

TUCSON, Arizona (KGUN) — Tucson police are investigating a fatal bicycle crash near 29th Street. The accident occurred at about 2:45 p.m. on May 21 in the 4200 block on East 29th Street. A cyclist was hit by a white 2010 Chevrolet Colorado and was pronounced dead, according to TPD.

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Arizona counties not allowed to hand count all ballots, official says

Bob Christie Capitol Media Service PHOENIX — Democratic Attorney General Chris Mays has retracted an informal opinion released by his Republican predecessor, saying counties could hand-count all ballots in an election, but Cochise County’s Republicans attempted the process last year based on unsubstantiated concerns that mechanical vote tallies were or

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Report: Proposed Interstate 11 Would Worsen Arizona’s Water Crisis

Tucson Alice.— Plans for Interstate 11 through Arizona will cause dramatic population growth and unsustainable increases in water demand, according to a new report. deadpool highwayA report released today by the Center for Biodiversity analyzes seven growth areas using government population and water use estimates. Future development officials say it

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PCC Chancellor leaving for California school

Lee Lambert, president of Pima County Community College, has been elected president-elect of the Foothills de Anza Community College District. During his time at Pima Community College, Mr. Lambert led the school to academic excellence and financial stability after the school was put on probation by the Higher Education Commission

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Sinema meets with nonprofits, local leaders after Title 42’s end

TUCSON — Senator Kirsten Cinema said Tuesday that the federal government needs to remain vigilant about a resurgence in immigration arrivals despite a steady decline in the weeks since Title 42 ended. said there is. Arizona Cinema, along with Oklahoma Republican Senator James Lankford, held a roundtable discussion on ending

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Officials at federal and state levels meet to discuss fallout of Title 42

TUCSON DOWNTOWN, Ariz. (KGUN)—Since Title 42 expired on May 11, some lawmakers have blamed the federal government for being unprepared. It was Tuesday night during a roundtable discussion in which federal and local government officials discussed the challenges they faced post-coronavirus-era policies. “None of you are responsible for solving this

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