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Romero pushes back on latest Ducey order banning vaccine mandates

The mayor of Tucson has clashed with the governor's office on COVID-19 protocols for months.

Ducey, local governments continue to spar over mandates

Tucson, Pima County, UA leaders all push back.

City to employees: get the shot, or get suspended

Tucson council approves incentives for COVID-19 vaccination

Pascua Yaqui Tribe to receive early voting site till 2024

The tribe and Pima County Recorder's Office announced a settlement to the 2020 lawsuit seeking to reinstate an early voting site in the reservation.

A Mountain closed for buffelgrass maintenance

Buffelgrass on the southern slope with be sprayed with herbicides Friday and Monday to reduce fire danger.

Banner leader says hospitals seeing sharp rise in COVID cases, especially among children

Banner Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Marjorie Bessel urged the public to get vaccinated to protect those who are too young.

Tucson voters will decide on raise for mayor, city council

Voters last approved a raise for the city's leaders in 1999.

Pima County overdose deaths on pace to surpass last year's record

Nearly 450 people died from overdoses across the county last year, county officials say this year that number could surpass 500.

Tumamoc Hill closed next week for maintenance

The popular recreation spot will close Monday night and reopen next weekend.

Opponents: prop raising Tucson’s min wage would burden small businesses

The Tucson Metro Chamber has come out against the Tucson Minimum Wage Act.

Proponents: raising Tucson’s min wage to $15 about offering living wage

The group Tucson Fight for $15 is leading the charge.

City of Tucson buying properties to expand transitional housing

Tony Paniagua spoke to one mother who is utilizing the new program.

Tucson homicide rate soars

The increase is part of a national trend.

Dahl, Kozachik win Democratic primaries for Tucson city council

Unopposed, Fimbres is nominated for another term

TUSD board votes to require masks on campuses

Decision comes as Arizona sees a rising number of COVID-19 cases

Tucson voters nominate council candidates Tuesday

Voters in wards 3,5, and 6 head to the polls for primary election

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