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Tucson Festival of Films This Week

Tucson is home to many long-standing film festivals, and the inaugural Tucson Festival of Films features movies chosen by the other festivals, with a few more features added to the mix. You can see shorts, classic movies made in Tucson, documentaries, and more during the three-day festival, Thursday-Sunday at the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S Scott Ave. Ticket information and a listing of movies can be found at the link above.

Court Night to Address Legal Issues

The Pima County Superior Court and the Pima County Bar Association are hosting an event tomorrow that aims to educate the public about some of the top filings that appear before judges, such as divorce and child support, probate, debt, and landlord-tenant issues. The free Court Night event will be held in two sessions (4-5:30 p.m. and 5:45-7:15 p.m.) at the Pima County Courts Training Center, 2225 E. Ajo Way, next to Juvenile Court.

Road Repair Progressing in Tucson

Money from the voter-approved, $100 million, five-year Road Recovery street bond program in 2012 already has improved more than 116 miles of roadway, and the work continues to improve additional streets. The bond money pays for repaving, while the bigger widening projects are funded by the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA), a 20-year program approved by voters in 2006.

Watch Tucson 12 video on Road Recovery.

Tucson Police Recruiting Community Service Officers

The Tucson Police Department (TPD) is hoping to fill 25 Community Service Officer positions. The job involves driving in marked police cars and responding to calls of burglary, traffic accidents, and found property. The application deadline is Oct. 11. To learn more about job opportunities at TPD, please visit the recruiting website.

Read more from Tucson News Now.

Tucson Gets New Football Game

The Nova Home Loans Arizona Bowl will take place Dec. 29 at 5:30 p.m. at Arizona Stadium. Projected to bring $25 million to Tucson, the bowl game will feature teams from the Mountain West Conference and Conference USA. The Sun Belt Conference will provide a team if the MWC or CUSA can't fill the game. The Arizona Sports and Entertainment Commission (ASEC) made the announcement yesterday at the Westin La Paloma Resort.

City Helps Dedicate Kino Parkway - 22nd Street Intersection Improvement Project

Officials from the City of Tucson and the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) gathered this morning to celebrate the completion of the Kino Parkway – 22nd Street Intersection Improvement Project. The project rebuilt one of the busiest intersections in Southern Arizona with the first grade-separated intersection constructed by the City of Tucson.

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