Job fair provides face-to-face connections on Tucson’s south side

Hundreds of hopeful people cycled through the community building next to Ochoa Community School in search of a fresh start at one of a dozen companies currently hiring in southern Arizona.

  Officials: Air is safe near Houston-area petrochemical fire

The plume of smoke extended above 4,000 feet on Tuesday and was being carried away on the wind, so the fire is not affecting the surrounding neighborhoods, authorities say.
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US airlines rank poorly in cleanliness, survey finds

Japan’s All Nippon took the top spot in the survey. The cleanest ranked airline from North America is Air Canada

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Former assistant coach found guilty on sexual conduct with minor charge

Police searching for Walmart robbery suspect

  Sabino High sophomore recognized as 2019 Ovarian Cancer Hero

President Trump: “I was never a fan of John McCain and I never will be.”

John McCain was a former Senator who died of brain cancer in 2018.
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  'It made me feel really sick’: Mother describes harassment by anti-vaccine activists

Parents who choose to vaccinate their kids say they’ve been subjected to online harassment from anti-vaccine advocates, who aren’t shy about spreading vaccine misinformation.

SILVER ALERT: Missing vulnerable adult

Silver Alert canceled for man missing from Green Valley

TRAFFIC: List of road closures, current projects

Amphi neighborhood part of nationwide improvement study

Tucson community gathers at interfaith vigil for New Zealand victims

USAF Thunderbirds, A-10 & F-22 to headline upcoming D-M air show

Crash blocks one lane of I-10 EB near 22nd Street

  Small brush fire in Redington Pass under investigation

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Facebook to overhaul ad targeting to prevent discrimination

For the social network, that's one major legal problem down, several to go, including government investigations in the U.S. and Europe over its data and privacy practices.

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Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered a plea deal in prostitution case - with a catch

Wildcat Ladies set to host WNIT opener

  Ball is back!

No dance ticket

UA will not play in a post-season men's basketball tournament for just the second time since 1984.

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Abandoned buildings near DM still meet Tucson code requirements

DEVELOPING: Multiple southern Arizona pumps are out of gas

U.S. Supreme Court looking into 2002 D.C. sniper case

UA student-led CatSat Mission selected by NASA

The selections are part of the 10th round of NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative.
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Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered a plea deal in prostitution case - with a catch

Prosecutors offered Kraft, along with others a plea deal, but they must concede they would've been found guilty.

Tohono Chul celebrates spring with Spring Plant Sale

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Regional Partnering Center launches shuttle service for Sabino Canyon Recreation Area

US drug czar says border wall will reduce influx of drugs