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DFD assists with fire in Agua Prieta

Hundred of tires started burning because of the hot weather and fireman from different places, like Cananea, Sonora and Douglas, were called in to assist with the blaze.

DAILY DISPATCH - 2018-05-26 19:54:00

3 students, who came to Tucson as refugees, killed in vehicle rollover

Three students, all of them who came to Tucson as refugees, were killed in a vehicle crash last weekend, leaving their families and high school communities grieving the loss of three young and ambitious minds.An SUV carrying eight people to a wedding in Phoenix was involved in the crash May 19, kill

TUCSON.COM - 2018-05-26 20:00:00

Six suspects in custody following home invasion

TUCSON, Ariz. - Six suspects were detained by police Thursday night after a home invasion occurred near Speedway and Swan.According to Sgt. Pete Dugan with TPD, the six suspects entered an apartment located at 4900 E. 5th St by kicking down a door. There were four people inside the apartment at the

KGUN 9 - 2018-05-26 00:43:08

Marijuana, cash taken in Tucson home invasion; 6 arrested

Police say four occupants were held at gunpoint and two were assaulted before the gunmen fled with marijuana, several thousand dollars and other items, said Sgt. Pete Dugan, a Tucson police spokesman.

TUCSON.COM - 2018-05-26 13:00:00

Police respond to HS bomb threat in Sierra Vista

SIERRA VISTA, Ariz. - Sierra Vista police cleared a bomb threat at Buena High School Wednesday morning.After evacuating the school and sending students home, authorities found no bomb. They continue to investigate the threat.Police say parents could pick up their student at Rothery Educational Servi

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Parents, children ensnared in 'zero-tolerance' border prosecutions

Alma Jacinto covered her eyes with her hands as tears streamed down her cheeks. The 36-year-old from Guatemala was led out of the federal courtroom without an answer to the question that brought her to tears: When would she see her boys again? Jacinto wore a yellow bracelet on her left wrist, which

TUCSON.COM - 2018-05-25 20:00:00

Police: Arizona high school evacuated due to bomb threat

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Meteor Activity Outlook for 26 May-1 June 2018

James Barba photographed this anthelion fireball on May 13, 2018 at 7:50 UT from Sierra Vista, AZ. He used a Canon 350D 8-MPix, continuous 30 sec.-Exp., ISO-1600, WB-Daylight, Canon EF 16-35 mm L 1:2.8 lens set to 17 mm and wide open (2.8mm.) Processed win Adobe Lightroom 3.6. © J. Barba

IMO.NET - 2018-05-26 00:00:00

Mom gets probation after son eats pot brownies

The boy was admitted to the hospital with a high heart rate. During an investigation, Rice told officers a friend had given her marijuana-laced brownies following a medical procedure, the lieutenant said. Her son ate an unknown number of the pot brownies after finding them in the refrigerator.

GREEN VALLEY NEWS AND SUN

Cochise deputies look for missing Pirtleville woman

TUCSON, Ariz. - Cochise County Sheriff's deputies are looking for a missing vulnerable woman.Deputies say 81-year-old woman Rebecca Stowers left her home in the 2800 block of North Beki Lane in Pirtleville Wednesday night and has not been seen.Stowers is Hispanic and stands 5-5, weighing 135 pounds

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Fire restrictions in place for Coronado ahead of Memorial Day weekend

With Memorial Day marking the unofficial start of summer camping season, the U.S. Forest Service wants all recreationists to remember there are severe fire restrictions in place for Coronado National Forest. Also, many popular camping spots in northern Arizona are closed completely.

GREEN VALLEY NEWS AND SUN

Local news briefs: Payless outlet opens; Golf course meeting planned

“That’s a great deal,” said store manager Myrna Navarro, adding that the new shop in the Mariposa Mall is the first Payless outlet store in the country.

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Nogales border agents arrest man convicted of sexual battery

Border Patrol agents at the Nogales station arrested a Honduran man Wednesday morning, who was previously convicted of sexual battery, officials said.

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The Latest: No bomb found at school after evacuation

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Officials searching for credit card thief

TUCSON, Ariz. - Officials are attempting to identify a suspect who stole a credit card from a vehicle at Douglas Springs Trailhead.According to the National Park Service Law Enforcement, the suspect used the credit card at multiple locations around Tucson.The suspect is described as a man in his 20'

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Rio Rico High School sees prestigious national attention after beating the odds

It was an against all odds story of a school that has survived and thrived.It's a story that's sure to resonate with any student, parent, and educator.

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Former HOA treasurer gets jail time in theft

Wendell Odean Byram, 81, pleaded guilty to one count of theft and faced up to 12½ years in prison for stealing from the Canoa Seca Estates II HOA.

GREEN VALLEY NEWS AND SUN

Driver indicted in fatal crash north of Sahuarita

According to a recently unsealed indictment, Dustin L. Pitts, 22, has been charged with manslaughter and two counts of endangerment. He is also charged with driving under the influence, DUI with a blood alcohol level greater than 0.08, and extreme DUI with a blood alcohol level of 0.18 or more.

GREEN VALLEY NEWS AND SUN

Arizona National Guard's deployment allows for more border agents to be on patrol

The current border mission of the Arizona National Guard is to help get more Border Patrol agents on the ground, but quantifying how many more is not that simple, officials said Wednesday.

TUCSON.COM

Faculty honors make graduation special

Cochise College students earned more than 1,500 degrees in 2017-2018, and more graduates than ever before participated in the 53rd commencement on May 11.

SAN PEDRO VALLEY NEWS-SUN