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Domestic abuse center, 'more important than ever,' remains open in Tucson
The CEO of Emerge! says they've adapted to the pandemic to maintain services for people who may be experiencing domestic violence.
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Tucson police chief on enforcing stay-at-home order
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Mayor Romero orders 'nonessential' businesses to close
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The perceived audacity of the presumed crime drew outrage and national coverage.
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The city declared a local emergency as it joins communities all over working to curb the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tucson, Oro Valley announce changes prompted by coronavirus
Both are restricting attendance at public meetings to curb the chances of community spread.
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Opponents speak out at hearing on bringing F-35 fighter jet to Tucson
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is being considered as a possible home for the new aircraft. Some say will bring too much noise to Tucson's skies.
Tucson Festival of Books canceled over coronavirus concerns
Organizers said around a third of authors had canceled their attendance at the annual festival.
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Diversity and desegregation in TUSD
After decades of legal battles and diversification efforts, the Tucson Unified School District wants to be released from court supervision.
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