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Located 118 miles southeast of Phoenix and 60 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border, Tucson is sometimes referred to as "The Old Pueblo." Much of Tucson's economic development has been centered on the development of the University of Arizona, which is currently the second largest employer in the city. Tucson was probably first visited by Paleo-Indians, known to have been in southern Arizona by about 12,000 years ago.

Population: 541811
Local Newspapers: Arizona Daily Star
Local Sports Teams: Tucson Sidewinders (Triple A Baseball) UA (Wildcats)
Local Colleges: University of Arizona

Zip Codes associated with tucson, arizona: 85648 85701 85704 85705 85706 85708 85710 85711 85712 85713 85714 85715 85718 85719 85730 85735 85736 85737 85739 85741 85742 85743 85745 85746 85747 85748 85749 85750
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Tucson News
Foothills homicide victim identified as Robert Belman

TUCSON, AZ - Authorities have identified the man found dead in a Foothills home on Thursday, April 19. The Pima County Sheriff's Department said the victim is 71-year-old Robert Belman and his death is being investigated as a homicide. Deputy Cody Gress, a spokesman for the PCSD, said they were called to the home in the 5400 block of East Calle Barril, near Craycroft and Sunrise, for a welfare check.

Rare corpse flower set to bloom in Tucson

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Arizona International Film Festival is bringing nearly 90 movies to Tucson

The recently renovated Screening Room at 127 E. Congress St. officially reopened Wednesday in time to host the 27th annual Arizona International Film Festival, which runs through April 29. The festival's opening night film, "Living in the Future's Past," stars Jeff Bridges and makes its Arizona premiere with original thinking about the environmental challenges the world faces.

Higher Ground

With marijuana markets blooming across the country, Tucson is no exception as three new dispensaries have opened in the past year. Each provides a familiar yet polished experience from dispensaries Tucsonans already know and love.

School Strife

Across the state, teachers and proponents of additional education-funding participate in Wednesday morning walk-ins, possibly building momentum for a walk-out. Teachers waved "Red for Ed" as passing cars honked their support before school on Wednesday, April 11. Forming a wall of red shirts, roughly 40 Amphitheater High School educators took part in a walk-in to demand better wages and school funding from the state legislature.

Suspect in Tucson bank robberies sentenced to 9 years

A man accused of robbing two Tucson-area banks by using a fake bomb and a handgun has been sentenced to nine years in federal prison. The U.S. Attorney's Office for Arizona said Wednesday that a judge handed down the sentence to 55-year-old James Dewayne Munkus.

One man dead in east-side shooting, Tucson police investigating

TUCSON, AZ - The Tucson Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred on Wednesday afternoon, April 18 at an east-side hotel. According to a TPD news release, officers from Operations Division East responded to the report of a shooting just before noon Wednesday, at a hotel room at 6555 East Speedway Boulevard.

COMPLAINT: Tucson engineer challenges checkpoint

TUCSON, AZ - Terry Bressi estimates he has stopped at the Border Patrol checkpoint on State Route 86 near Three Points more than 400 times. He can't avoid it on his way home from working at Kitt Peak.

First homicide in Santa Cruz County since 2011

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, AZ - Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada is reporting the first homicide in the county since 2011. According to the SCCSO, around 1 a.m. Wednesday, April 18 they received several calls of a man lying in the driveway of a home near Camino Estornino in Rio Rico.

Two arrested in Sierra Vista meth investigation

SIERRA VISTA, AZ - A sixth month investigation by the Cochise County Sheriff's Office Street Crimes Unit ended in multiple arrests Monday night. Amanda Davis, 22, was pulled over by police for a civil traffic violation in Sierra Vista and a vehicle search was conducted after a canine alerted to narcotics.

Steve Irwin to receive star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

HOLLYWOOD, CA - One of Australia's icons will be receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame later this month. Steve Irwin, known for his charismatic TV personality and animal conservation, will receive his own star in Hollywood on April 26. Irwin was killed in 2006 in Port Douglas, Queensland, by a large stingray while filming a segment for the documentary, Ocean's Deadliest .

Brandon Williams moves up Gonzaga official visit

The four-star point guard has moved up his official visit with the Gonzaga Bulldogs from June 1 to April 28, he tweeted Tuesday night. With the original scheduling, Williams wasn't expected to commit to a school until mid-June.

20 years after the fact, Thornydale gets a facelift

TUCSON, AZ - 20 years ago, residents on Thornydale were promised a four lane road along with pedestrian sidewalks and bike paths. That promise was never kept because the money for the project was allocated somewhere else.

Tucson man accused of trying to lure minor for sex

A Tucson man traveled to Florence to have sex with a girl he believed was 14, the Pinal County Sheriff's Office said. Tucson man accused of trying to lure minor for sex A Tucson man traveled to Florence to have sex with a girl he believed was 14, the Pinal County Sheriff's Office said.

Tucson City Council passes rezoning ordinance in unanimous vote

TUCSON, AZ - Fourth Avenue could soon have a new look as a rezoning ordinance was passed during a city council meeting Tuesday night. The vote was unanimous 5-0 to approve the rezoning for a multi-story apartment building on Fourth Avenue.

Jury reviews testimony of border agent charged with murder

Jurors were deliberating Tuesday at the trial of a U.S. Border Patrol agent charged with second-degree murder in the cross-border shooting of a teenager who was throwing rocks at authorities during a drug-smuggling attempt. The deliberations began earlier in the day in federal court in Tucson, Arizona, in the case against agent Lonnie Swartz , who fired 16 shots in 2012 through a 20-foot fence that sits on an embankment above Mexico 's Calle Internacional , a Nogales street lined with homes and small businesses.

Jury deliberates in case of border agent charged with murder

Would a coach's political opinions cause you to no longer be a fan of the team you have been supporting? FILE - In this March 21, 2018, file photo, Border Patrol agent Lonnie Swartz, left, makes his way to the U.S. District Court building in downtown Tucson, Ariz., where opening arguments were scheduled to begin in his murder trial. Closing arguments are expected in Tucson, Ariz., this week in the trial of Swartz, charged in the 2012 fatal shooting 16-year-old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez across the Mexican border.

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