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NewsNet 06-25-15

New York City to use City of Tucson's procurement contract

Women in law enforcement career event this week

One of Tucson Fire Department's first female firefighters is retiring

Summer Safari Nights program continues tomorrow at Reid Park Zoo

Toilet rebates available

NewsNet 06-24-15

Tucson will not dip into Stabilization Fund as first thought

City/County agreement reached on animal control funding

City Manager Martha Durkin recognized for her service

City clears washes ahead of monsoon storms

Planned water outage this week at Oracle and Magee

NewsNet 06-23-15

Insurance agent appointed to Rio Nuevo Board

Broadway Boulevard and Treat Avenue to get bike crossing

Sun Tran partners with Our Family Services to offer youth a safe place

Some TUSD schools offer free meals for children

Get your parks questions answered on TV

NewsNet 06-22-15

Mayor and Council to consider incentive package for Comcast

The City of Tucson and Sun Tran seeking feedback on planned service changes (deadline tomorrow)

18th annual Día de San Juan Fiesta set for Wednesday

Fox taps Tucson for the next 'American Idol'

New pass offers teens discounts for transit and city pools

U.S. Rep. McSally Statement on Passage of Provision to Potentially Delay Cherrybell Closure

TUCSON – U.S. Representative Martha McSally today released the following statement after the Committee on Appropriations voted to restore postal service delivery standards to July 1, 2012, potentially delaying the proposed closure of the Cherrybell Processing & Distribution Center in Tucson. The vote to restore postal service delivery standards to July 2012 is significant as it would require delivery of First class mail within 2-3 days.


NewsNet 06-19-15

Federal funding to help battle buffelgrass

Live music debuts tomorrow on streetcar

Green infrastructure maintenance guidelines video

45th annual Juneteenth Festival tomorrow

MOCA opens mobile pools

NewsNet 06-18-15

Three downtown parking lots ready for development

Tucson leads in water conservation in the West

Ringling Bros. in Tucson this weekend

Summer Safari Nights program continues tomorrow at Reid Park Zoo

Road paving set for tomorrow on portion of Grant Road

Grand Road Repaving - Dodge Boulevard to Richey Boulevard

On Friday, June 19, 2015, crews from Granite Construction Co., under contract with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), will remove asphalt and repave a section of Grant Road between Dodge Boulevard and Richey Boulevard. Crews will repair the westbound, curb travel lane from 7 a.m. to noon. During the work, there will be a single lane closure on westbound Grant Road near the job site.

NewsNet 06-17-15

Pima County adopts final budget with property tax increases

Tucson recognized as 'Playful City USA' community

'Dump the Pump' tomorrow

How to keep your pets safe in the heat

Summer movies continue at La Placita Village downtown

NewsNet 06-16-15

Hot weather water tips

Kolb road to Sabino Canyon road open house

Household Hazardous Waste program privatizes paint sales

Sign up for a free water audit to save water and money

Job opportunity: Police Dispatcher

NewsNet 06-15-15

Be prepared for monsoon

The City of Tucson and Sun Tran seeking feedback on planned service changes

City Manager discusses recently-adopted budget

New York Times calls Tucson an unsung architectural oasis

Open house tomorrow for Downtown Links Phase 3


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