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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.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda and Carrie Mae Weems to converse Dec. 4

"Hamilton" playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda and prize-winning visual artist Carrie Mae Weems are set for a public chat next month. The event will be held at the High Line Hotel in Manhattan and will be moderated by MacDowell chair Michael Chabon, the Pulitzer Prize winning novelist.

Sinema expands lead in nail-biter Arizona Senate race

Martha Elizabeth McSally Sinema extends lead in Arizona race Longtime McCain aide blasts 'despicable' GOP claim that Dems are trying to steal Arizona senate race Flake slams Trump for doubting Arizona vote count: No evidence of 'electoral corruption' MORE in Arizona's too-close-to-call Senate race, after more ballots from the state's largest county were released Sunday night. The latest release includes about 36,000 ballots from Maricopa County, the largest county in the state that includes Phoenix, according to Garrett Archer, an analyst for the Arizona secretary of state.

Deadly crash on River Rd. and Samantha Grove Dr.

Officers from Operations Division West responded to a fatal collision on W. River Rd. and N. Samantha Grove Dr. late Saturday, Nov. 10. Deputies with Pima County Sheriff's were first on the scene after they discovered a 1993 Honda Accord crashed into a nearby tree. Tucson Fire transported the unconscious drvier to Banner University Medical Center with serious injuries.

Belpre man to mark 100th birthday

A Belpre man who was born four days after the end of World War I went on to serve in World War II and will celebrate his 100th birthday four days after the 100th anniversary of the first war's end. Roy Sees, of Belpre, was born in Parkersburg on Nov. 15, 1918, and grew up around the Mid-Ohio Valley and beyond.

Your Government Outrage of the Week -- The Feds Try To Collect a Retroactive Rent Increase

Years ago the Forest Service wanted to eliminate car traffic in popular Sabino Canyon near Tucson, AZ, so they closed the road and asked companies for proposals to run a tram service to various stops in the canyon. While a bit unusual at the time this service started, this is now a very common response to overcrowding in popular natural areas.

Crash at Roger Rd. and Stone Ave.

Police in Tucson are investigating a crash in midtown that sent a woman to the hospital with life-threatening injuries on Saturday, Nov. 10. Officers responded to the scene near Roger Road and Stone Ave. around 2:30p.m., according to Tucson Police Department spokesman Officer Smith. Smith said the woman was on a motorcycle that was involved in a crash with another vehicle.

Arizona firefighters heading to California wildfires

The Department of Forestry and Fire Management is deploying nearly 150 Arizona firefighters to California in less than 24 hours, says a press release from Nov. 10. As of Saturday, Nov. 10, 144 firefighters with 42 engines are either enroute or already in California helping with wildfire suppression efforts. Responsibilities for incoming firefighters will vary from wildfire suppression, staging for possible new fires expected from the next wind event, and acting as backfill for local fire departments.

NASA Announces That An Asteroid, 2018 XV1, Will Pass By Earth On...

An Asteroid is heading straight for Earth! Well not really, but it will be very close. NASA announced Friday that an asteroid will safely pass right by our planet on Saturday.

Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys Host 2nd Annual Tucson Gobbler...

The law offices of Lerner and Rowe announced their 2nd Annual Tucson Gobbler Giveaway will be hosted by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson on November 20th. Thanksgiving is the season of giving and sharing gratitude with our families, friends and neighbors.

Marana, Tucson sue over water quality

As water utility officials in Marana and Tucson combat elevated chemical levels in the wells servicing their residential and commercial areas, the two municipalities have jointly filed a lawsuit against the five companies they deem responsible. The lawsuit seeks to collect reparations for the cost of "treating and removing contamination from public drinking water supply wells," according to a press release.

Annual Tucson Veterans Day Parade Celebrates Armistice Day

The 99th Annual Tucson Veterans Day Parade will take place on Monday, Nov. 12 at 11 a.m. The theme this year is "Celebration of Armistice Day". Those entered in the Parade will be judged and awarded trophies in the categories of Senior Color Guard, Junior Color Guard, Senior Marching Unit, Junior Marching Unit, Float , Decorated Automobiles, Musical Group, Veteran's Organization, Military Unit and Motorcycle Group.

Dem Sinema pulls ahead of McSally in Arizona Senate race

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema took the lead in Arizona's too-close-to-call Senate race on Thursday night, holding a thin lead of 9,610 votes over Rep. Martha Elizabeth McSally Dem Sinema pulls ahead of McSally in Arizona Senate race Recount prospects grow as Florida races tighten Arizona GOP groups file lawsuit over mail-in ballot counting in tight Senate race MORE Sinema holds a 0.5-point lead with votes rolling in, predominantly from Maricopa County, according to new numbers from the Arizona secretary of state's website . Votes were also posted from Pinal and Gila counties as well as Pima County, a Democratic-leaning county that's home to the city Tucson.

The Border Patrol's Last Hiring Surge Invited a Rise In Corruption. Now It's Hiring Again

Toward the end of September, Ramon Antonio Monreal Rodriguez obtained $650,000 worth of cocaine from smugglers along the Arizona border. The 32-year-old Tucsonian made two exchanges of drugs and money over the course of two nights, and ensured 41 kilos of coke got into the U.S. from Mexico without any problems.

22 Great Things to Do in Tucson This Weekend: Nov. 9 to 11

Crush Party! Why not spend your Friday night at the Tucson Museum of Art? With some of Tucson's best restaurants serving high-end bites and samples, enjoy a variety of different alcoholic beverages while you stroll the plaza. Live music will be played by the Zona Libre Band as the Museum of Art gathers all of their partners for this fun event.

Kitt Peak Observatory to House Windows on the Universe Center

A $4.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation has been awarded to the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy for the development of a new "Windows on the Universe Center for Astronomy Outreach" facility at NSF's Kitt Peak National Observatory. This is a nine-hour exposure of the McMath-Pierce Solar Telescope facility on Kitt Peak.

Sluts of Tucson Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk

The SlutWalk is a worldwide protest march that is all about reclaiming the word slut, combating rape culture and taking solidarity with survivors of sexual assault. Tucson's 2018 chapter of the walk hit the sidewalks of Downtown Tucson on the evening Nov. 5th.

Safety on students' minds after attacks near the UA campus

"We don't have a situation for people to panic about," University of Arizona Police Chief Brian Seastone said Wednesday after two attacks near campus were reported in the last week. But, that isn't calming fears.

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