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City Council Takes Initial Step in Raising Tobacco-Purchase Age

The council has asked the city manager's office to prepare an ordinance that would raise the age to 21.

Frontier Airlines Returning to Tucson Airport

The airline left in 2012 amid financial troubles.

Federal Law Enforcement Grants Appear on Supervisors' Agenda Again

Operation Stonegarden grant debate began in February and has been put off numerous times.

Tucson Council to Consider Raising Age to Buy Tobacco

Members to explore options for increasing minimum purchasing age to 21.

No Controversial Economics Class at TUSD This Year; Board Opts for Review

The board may face the same questions, and controversy, for the 2019-20 school year.

TUSD Supe: Teacher Vacancies Down, Fewer Than 1 Per School

Superintendent Trujillo says the increase in teacher pay from the state funding helped the district hire more people.

Southern Arizona Firefighters on the Fire Lines in California

Carr Fire has claimed at least six lives, including two firefighters.

Sun Link Streetcar Turns 4, Poised to Hit 4 Million Riders

Sun Link ridership has gone down since its 2014 launch.

The Heart of Loveland

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Independent brewers on both side of the U.S. - Mexico border team up; and a roundtable talk on how Tucson arts presenters can survive and thrive during the hot summer months.

Hospice Owner Arrested on Endangerment and Abuse Charges

Owner of a Tucson hospice facility accused of knowingly keeping residents without air conditioning.

Arizona Stadium to Sell Beer and Wine in 2018 Season

The University of Arizona extended its liquor license to serve anyone of age at UA football games.

14 From Tucson Area Fined for Not Showing Up for Jury Duty

The 14 were fined $300 each after being asked to explain their failure to comply.

TUSD to Consider Education Services for Migrant Kids Housed in Tucson

The governing board voted unanimously to research what the district can do to educate the hundreds of immigrant kids at Southwest Key facility.

112 Degrees in Tucson? No Sweat!

Old Pueblo shrugs off record breaking heat

In the Desert City of Tucson, the Grass is Not Greener

A few factors helped turn this former city of lawns into a leader in desert-adapted landscaping practices.

President Robbins Wants UA Roadmap to Emphasize Quality Over Quantity

Strategic plan in the works, the university president is emphasizing student success rather than number of students.

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