Summer Movies Continue for Final Time at La Placita Village Downtown

Cinema La Placita hosts movies in an outdoor setting every Thursday night at 7:30 from May through August.

Hundreds of Tucsonans enjoy the summer evenings with a different movie each week for $3 per person (includes all-you-can-eat popcorn).

Tonight's movie is “Best in Show” (2000), starring Christopher Guest, Catherine O'Hara, Fred Willard, Parker Posey, and Eugene Levy.

Free Summer Meals Available for Kids

School districts in the Tucson area are offering free breakfast and lunch this summer for kids 18 and under. The Summer Food Service Program for Children is a federally funded program operated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, with locations across the nation.

The Tucson Unified, Amphitheater, Sunnyside, Flowing Wells, and Marana school districts are participating in the program.

City Officials Attend National Summit on Policing

Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus, Assistant Chief Ramon Batista, and City Manager Michael Ortega attended this week's 21st Century Policing Forum in Washington D.C. The Tucson Police Department (TPD) was one of 15 law enforcement agencies from across the country invited to work in partnership with the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) and the International Chiefs of Police (IACP) on the project to advance modern day policing.

Many Road Improvements to Begin Soon

The Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT) plans to be busy fixing roads starting this summer. TDOT has 18 road improvement projects scheduled over the next few months.

Construction on Valencia Road from 12th Avenue to Alvernon Way starts in August. Crews already are getting the area near the Tucson International Airport ready for the mill and repaving work. Once the work begins, construction should take about a month.

Tucson Water Warns of Scam

Tucson Water is alerting customers about a scam related to bill collections. Several customers reported receiving calls from someone claiming to be from a company tasked with collecting money from water customers, said Tucson Water spokesman Fernando Molina. The caller threatens to turn off your water if you don't pay right away.

Pass for Kids Now Active for Summer Discounts on Transit and City Pools

Today is the first day kids can use their SummerGo Youth Pass. The pass is available for $45, giving students ages 6 to 18 unlimited rides on public transit and free entrance to all City pools.

SummerGO can be purchased at several recreation centers and City pools. A student ID is required for purchase.

The pass is valid until Aug. 5.