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Tucson to Get Direct Flight to Guaymas This Summer

A domestic airline will fly a 50-seat jet four times a week between Tucson and Guaymas, as well as Phoenix and Guaymas. The round-trip flights will cost less than $400, and there will be no charge for the first checked bag, and drinks and snacks will be free.

“The announcement of this route opens a new chapter in Tucson economic development history,” said Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild. “It is fitting that this first route links one of Tucson’s favorite travel destinations to Sonorans’ favorite retail shopping destination."

Settlement Agreement Reached for Streetcar Manufacturing Delay

Tucson will collect about $1.7 million in liquidated damages from the company that was late in delivering streetcars, delaying Tucson's opening of the transit line. Vigor Works, formerly known as Oregon Iron Works, was the parent company of now-closed United Streetcar, which built Tucson's eight streetcars. The first vehicle was delivered nearly a year late.

Tucson Utility Billing Will be Offline Sunday Through Tuesday Morning

Due to extended maintenance, online Tucson Utility Billing from Tucson Water will not be available from 6 a.m. Sunday until 7 a.m. Tuesday. Customers will not be able to pay bills, or access or create accounts during that time.

You still can pay your bill by credit/debit card by calling (520) 791-3242 and following the prompts.

Fort Lowell Day Celebration Tomorrow

Experience the Arizona frontier life through living history, from the 1800s military Fort Lowell Post to the diverse village settlement of El Fuerte. Highlights include cavalry drills, 19th century Western medical skills and treatments and a surgical demonstration (amputation), vintage baseball, historic San Pedro Chapel guided tours, children's activities, a regimental band, and mariachi and cowboy music concerts.

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