Breakin' the law? South Tucson holds un-noticed council meeting to discuss bonds
Tucson Sentinel
by Blake Morlock
3h ago
Pima Supes to vote on $80 million COVID relief money as they appoint treasurer; Santa Cruz County set for raises, big shady spot coming to Oro Valley and more from government meetings around Tucson this week ..read more
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Pima baseball scores season-high 23 to earn split at Yavapai
Tucson Sentinel
by Raymond Suarez
5h ago
The Pima Community College baseball team dropped a close first game but responded with a run-rule victory on Saturday in an ACCAC conference doubleheader at Yavapai College ..read more
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Pima softball takes 2 at Scottsdale CC as winning streak reaches 24
Tucson Sentinel
by Raymond Suarez
5h ago
The Pima Community College softball team (33-8, 20-2 in ACCAC) extended their winning streak to 24 games on Saturday after sweeping an ACCAC conference doubleheader at Scottsdale Community College (16-18, 12-14 ..read more
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Public invited to apply for empty seats on 2 Tucson-area school boards
Tucson Sentinel
by Jim Nintzel
6h ago
Members of the public are invited to apply for two school board vacancies, in Catalina Foothills and Flowing Wells ..read more
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Gregory Tyler Shafe, 1988-2024
Tucson Sentinel
by Dylan Smith
8h ago
Please join us on April 22nd to celebrate the life of Gregory Tyler Shafe, loving son, brother, father, and husband. He is survived by his parents Marc and Karen Shafe, his brother Sgt Geoffrey Shafe, sister Gillian Barker, wife Margaret Shafe, stepdaughter Marlowe, and one-year-old daughter Sydona ..read more
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Az Gov. Hobbs signs bill to allow university students to opt out of funding campus clubs
Tucson Sentinel
by Leah Britton
8h ago
Gov. Katie Hobbs signed a bill allowing students at Arizona’s universities to opt out of having their student activity fees support campus groups they don’t like, though the new law could have adverse effects on any group that represents marginalized communities or causes ..read more
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FactCheck: Claim inflates number of new voters in Arizona, other states
Tucson Sentinel
by Saranac Hale Spencer
8h ago
A social media claim misrepresents the number of people who have registered to vote in Arizona and two other states, and suggests they are in the country illegally - but the number of new voters is far short of the claimed amount, and there’s no evidence they are in the U.S. illegally ..read more
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AZGOP asks the U.S. Supreme Court to take up Kari Lake’s tabulator case
Tucson Sentinel
by Caitlin Sievers
8h ago
The Republican Party of Arizona has petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to accept Kari Lake’s tabulator case, claiming that lower courts across the country have set the bar too high for election challenge cases ..read more
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Hobbs vetoes GOP bill aimed at barring homeless people from roadway medians
Tucson Sentinel
by Leah Britton
8h ago
A bill aimed at limiting the presence of pedestrians on medians and intersections was one of five bills vetoed by Gov. Katie Hobbs, after it raised concern as to how it would affect Arizona’s homeless population that makes up much of the pedestrian presence in metro areas ..read more
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Shaman sidelined: Chansley among more than 70 to miss signature threshold
Tucson Sentinel
by Ian McKinney
8h ago
Jacob Angeli-Chansley, better known as the “Qanon Shaman,” will not be going back to Washington – at least not in any official capacity - one of more than 70 would-be candidates who failed to meet the deadline to turn in petition signatures needed to get their names on the ballot ..read more
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