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Lawsuit: Tucson city leaders trying to influence sanctuary city vote

The suit hinges on a letter sent to voters that highlights negative impacts of the proposition.

Tucson takes step toward raising tobacco age within city

Members debated the merits of the city-only proposal, and some voiced concern over potential state preemption.

City Council candidates explain their vision for Tucson

Candidates from the three parties discuss what direction they would like to take Tucson.

A New Mexico icon, Spanish conquistador faces attacks

A new generation of activists criticize the use of the figure because of its connection to colonialism and genocide.

Archive Tucson: Growing up next to the university

Georgiana Boyer talks creepy taxidermy and more, sharing stories from her childhood in the '30s and '40s.

Ballots are on their way to voters in Tucson

Tucsonans will choose a new mayor and vote on a sanctuary city initiative.

Douglas is turning to tourism for an economic boost

The city is conducting tours twice a month in the community.

Market-style development could threaten historic buildings on Broadway

A group is calling for two buildings to be designated historic landmarks to protect them amid development.

Tucson to discuss tougher tobacco ordinance after failed effort with county

The city-only version comes three weeks after county supervisors killed a cooperative plan to raise the smoking age.

Execution of Navajo man put on hold

Attorneys asked for the stay to investigate potential racial bias by the jury that heard the case.

Border apprehensions drop as immigration crackdown continues

Numbers traditionally decline in hot months and rebound when weather cools, though officials say enforcement strategies have led to results.

Proposals would dam Little Colorado River for hydropower

The proposals are reigniting concerns brought up by a failed plan years ago to build a gondola into the Grand Canyon.

Immigration lawyers sue government over public charge rollout

The rule disqualifies people from getting a green card, if they rely too much on government benefits.

Tucson government doesn't fare well in healthy food availability, group says

CityHealth says Tucson should offer more nutritional options in its facilities.

Some bus drivers, riders want to pump brakes on transit center redevelopment

Construction will temporarily relocate the Ronstadt Transit Center, and could put riders at risk.

Arizona now has misgivings about Purdue opioid settlement

The attorney general says the maker of OxyContin has worked to undermine terms of the settlement.

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