TUCSON TODAY: UA shooting suspect arrested, released the same day

TUCSON TODAY: UA shooting suspect arrested, released the same day
Christopher Eugene, 29, appears in video court Monday night. (Source: Tucson News Now)
Christopher Eugene, 29, appears in video court Monday night. (Source: Tucson News Now)
Daniel Ernesto Mendoza, 60, has not been seen in five days. (Source: Nogales Police Department)
Daniel Ernesto Mendoza, 60, has not been seen in five days. (Source: Nogales Police Department)

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Good morning, Tucson!

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TOP STORIES:

1. A suspect in the April 27 shooting on the University of Arizona campus was arrested Monday morning, but released the same day on certain conditions, according to police.

Christopher Eugene, 29, is facing multiple charges. http://tucsonne.ws/1OcHFqc

2. The Nogales Police Department is asking for the public's help to find this missing man: tucsonne.ws/24uS1v5

Daniel Ernesto Mendoza, 60, has not been seen in five days.

3. Six Tucson-area hospitals received a "C" rating, according to a new report.

Oro Valley Hospital earned the highest grade with a "B." Find out how the hospitals were ranked here: tucsonne.ws/1TiyZ37

HAPPENING TODAY:

CHANGES TO SUN TRAN

The City of Tucson is seeking public input on potential changes to several policies regarding Sun Tran, including an increased fare.

The first of several open houses will take place today. Details: tucsonne.ws/26OruLt

COFFEE AND A CUDDLE

Starting at 10 a.m., UA students can head on over to the UA campus where for a $5 donation, they can cuddle with puppies and enjoy a cup of coffee.

The event aims to reduce the stress of finals week. tucsonne.ws/1rhms9E

WEATHER:

We're back in the 90s today. Expect a high of 92 degrees with some northwest afternoon winds.

High winds and blowing dust will be back in forecast later this week.

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