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Spc. Wyatt J. Martin

Governor Brewer has ordered that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff from sunrise until sunset Wednesday, December 24, 2014, in honor of United States Army Specialist Wyatt J. Martin, 22, of Mesa, Arizona. Funeral services will take place on Wednesday in Mesa, followed by interment at the Mariposa Gardens Memorial Park in Mesa.

NewsNet 12-22-14

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Park Tucson Installing New Smart Meters

The City of Tucson Department of Transportation’s  Park Tucson Division is modernizing its on-street parking program with the installation of new, solar-powered “smart” meters that accept credit, debit or smart (stored value) cards. The new smart meters, which also accept coins, will be wirelessly connected to a new smart-phone app-branded specifically for Tucson.

NewsNet 12-19-14

Tucson's Police Chief selected to serve on national task force

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Tickets still available for beach boys concert at TCC

See video of what it's like to ride a camel at Reid Park Zoo

How to report transportation concerns

NewsNet 12-18-14

Mayor and Council clear way for new mixed-use hotel complex near University of Arizona

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Downtown Parade of Lights this weekend

Santa's coming to Tucson this weekend

Stay safe while driving this holiday season

NewsNet 12-17-14

Mayor and Council moves to next phase of proposed Ronstadt Center redevelopment

School Resource Officers heading to TUSD

Deadline extended to apply as a commission member to review and recommend salaries for Mayor and Council

Public comments sought on proposed elimination of Downtown Loop

'Zoo Lights' continues at Reid Park Zoo

New Smart Parking Meters Have Arrived

This is one of the things I have been waiting for. Thank you, Park Tucson!

Park Tucson is pleased to announce the installation of the first 21 new smart parking meters that will provide improved customer service to our on-street parking guests. The new meters are solar-powered and accept credit, debit, and smart cards in addition to coins, and will soon be accessible for payment through a smart-phone mobile app.

You can get more information here.

NewsNet 12-16-14

City of Tucson and State of Arizona hold workshops on license and sales tax reporting

New parking meter installations continue

Have Coffee with a Cop tomorrow

Environmental mini grants available to schools to plant trees

'The Magic of Christmas' comes to TCC

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