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Police Identify Suspect in a Deadly Shooting Rampage

July 20, 2021

Police have identified the suspect in a deadly shooting rampage that left three crime scenes in the Southwest region on Sunday. This included a burning house where a charring body ...Read More

When You Want To Celebrate Independence Day, Enjoy It With Fireworks!

June 30, 2021

When you look at the events occurring in Tucson, you want to be proud of the work that is occurring to make Tucson really shine on the map. Because truly, the fourth of July is a birthday for every American town. We get to ce...Read More

Prison Gas Chamber Executions will Harken back to the Holocaust

June 2, 2021

A prison gas chamber is being refurbished and it is purchasing the ingredients necessary to create the same deadly chemical compound used by Nazis during the Holocaust.

The city council has unanimously approved nearly $30 million in raises for city employees, including a "historic" pay increase for the city’s police department, according to officials. However, this is a tumultuou...Read More

Doug Ducey sends National Guard to Border, Declares an Emergency

April 23, 2021

Governor Doug Ducey has announced the state, will, in fact, set aside up to $25 million to deploy National Guard troops to the southern border to help support local law enforcement. He has also declared a state of emergency i...Read More

Global Medical Company Builds a $65M state-of-the-art facility

April 6, 2021

A leading global medical technology company, BD, has announced it will invest $65 million to construct a state-of-the-art facility. Becton, Dickinson, and Company are going to be a hub for the company’s supply chain. It wil...Read More

United Way of The Copper State Offers Free Tax Help

March 18, 2021

United Way's "Volunteer Tax Assistance" or "VITA" is a free program for anyone with a combined annual household income of $66,000 or less. This year, United Way is partnering with the Pio Decimo Center in The Copper State. Th...Read More

Migrants in The Copper State will Inundate the City

February 26, 2021

Migrants in the dozens will be releasing into a rural community of Southern Arizona. According to the mayor Douglas Nicholls in Arizona, it's leaving local leaders on the edge. Therefore, they are not able to handle it to do ...Read More

Executive Order Will Help The Hungry In the Copper State

February 8, 2021

An executive order signed by President Joe Biden this past Friday will help curb pandemic-induced hunger for millions of Americans in states including Arizona.

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Authorities Prep for Possible Inauguration Protests

January 19, 2021

Authorities brace for possible violence in response to the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden. In fact, the Arizona Capital has two rows of chain-link fence. The police presence has gone up.

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