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Tucson, Arizona is located in Pima County. Zip codes in Tucson, AZ include 85757, 85747, and 85741. The median home price in Tucson is $164,900 which is roughly $94/per square foot. More Tucson information.

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3 hrs ago | GlobeSt.com

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7 hrs ago | KOLD-TV Tucson

Pima County road closures

TUCSON, AZ - The following list from the Pima County Department of Transportation is the latest information about road closures and areas in which to use caution as of Sept.

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Tue Sep 16, 2014

KOLD-TV Tucson

HSSA: How to help protect your pet in the monsoon

TUCSON, AZ - The Humane Society of Southern Arizona reminds the public to not forget to protect pets during and after storms and floods. The monsoon can be devastating to pets with the possibility of high winds, falling tree limbs, debris and the potential for fast rising water, according to shelter officials.

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KOLD-TV Tucson

Marana PD releases video of armed robbery

MARANA, AZ - Marana Police just released surveillance video from a brazen armed robbery that occurred inside a McDonald's restaurant near Ina Road and Thornydale. Because there's been so little progress in the case, Marana Police want the public to take a close look at the suspect, his mannerisms and anything else that might help detectives gain some insight into who this person is.

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KOLD-TV Tucson

'One tragedy is one too many;' Tucson and Pima Co. warn about storms

TUCSON, AZ - The city of Tucson, Pima County, and the National Weather Service held a news conference Tuesday afternoon to let people know what they could face in the next 24 to 48 hours because of the remnants of Tropical Storm Odile. Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild said, "One tragedy is one too many," while urging people to stay off the roads if possible.

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KOLD-TV Tucson

Reward increases to $2,300 in desert tortoise shooting

TUCSON, AZ - A reward for information on the shooting of a protected desert tortoise has been tripled, according to a recent release from Arizona Game and Fish Department. According to the release, an additional $1,850 will be added to the initial $500 reward, in the event of a conviction in the case of a shooting of a juvenile desert tortoise.

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KOLD-TV Tucson

Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter celebrates 49 years in Tucson

TUCSON, AZ - The Hermitage, Tucson's first no-kill, no-cage cat shelter is inviting the whole family to help them celebrate this year. The party will be held on Saturday September 20 from noon until 8:30 p.m. This party will showcase the shelter's adoption center, its programs and of course its most important asset - the cats.

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KOLD-TV Tucson

Marana, Oro Valley, Golder Ranch Fire offering sandbags to residents

TUCSON, AZ - The Town of Oro Valley and Golder Ranch Fire District are offering free sandbags to residents who need to protect their homes. According to a recent release from Oro Valley officials, a limited number of sandbags are available and only Town of Oro Valley residents and/or residents within the Golder Ranch Fire District service area are eligible.

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KOLD-TV Tucson

State Medicaid increases efforts to reduce fraud and avoidable expenses

TUCSON, AZ - Millions of dollars can go missing in action in Arizona and some of it could be coming out of your wallet. In 2011 alone, state investigators found $3.3 million was recovered for state Medicaid thanks to civil suits.

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KOLD-TV Tucson

McDonalds employees participate in annual 'day of service'

TUCSON, AZ - Happening on Monday, McDonalds employees across Southern Arizona are participating in the company's annual 'Day of Service', from 8 a.m. to noon. One group will be painting a special mural at Elvira Elementary, where a 20 member group will be sketching and painting the mural, with the hope of inspiring students to go to college.

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KOLD-TV Tucson

911 call of woman in swift water rescue details scary situation

TUCSON, AZ - There have been many swift water rescues around Tucson this monsoon. With heavy rains projected this week, many area fire departments are busy gearing up so they're prepared for more rescue calls.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

KOLD-TV Tucson

PCC chancellor has no intentions to apologize despite threat of a lawsuit

TUCSON, AZ - "I'm not easily intimated," is the response current Pima Community College Chancellor Dr. Lee Lambert has for a former chancellor threatening a lawsuit. Earlier this month, lawyers for former PCC Chancellor Ray Flores wrote a letter to the governing board of PCC, and to Chancellor Lambert, following an apology video Dr. Lambert made to victims of sexual harassment.

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KOLD-TV Tucson

Authorities investigate suspicious death of Tucson man, 73

TUCSON, AZ - Pima County Sheriff's deputies are investigating what the department calls a suspicious death. The Rural Metro Fire Department responded to the 3200 block of E. Mossman and found a 73-year-old man dead with signs of trauma, according to Tom Peine with the PCSD.

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Revenge of the Birds

Are there any Cardinal fans in Tucson?

Is there a group of Tucson Arizona Cardinal fans that get together to watch games, or that would be interested forming a group of fans to do this at someone's home or a sports bar? I have been trying to put something like this together but so far there has not been much of a turn out, though a small mixed group have expressed some interest. My idea was that, hypothetically, people could get together to watch the games at someone's house with a barbecue.

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KOLD-TV Tucson

Authorities: Man fatally shot in Cochise County

SUNSITES, AZ - Cochise County authorities say a man has been fatally shot after he allegedly broke into a house where his estranged wife and children were living. They say the shooting occurred about 5:30 a.m. Sept.

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KOLD-TV Tucson

Tracking the rise and fall of floods

TUCSON, AZ - As rain pours down, the water levels in washes, creeks, streams, and rivers can go up dramatically in Southeast Arizona. The consequences can be deadly for people caught in flash floods or for those that choose to drive into the flood waters.

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KOLD-TV Tucson

Salpointe Catholic High School welcomes new school administrator

TUCSON, AZ - Michael Fisher, a recent transplant from California will be the high school's new Director of Admissions. According to a recent release from the school, Fisher worked previously at Justin-Siena High School in Napa, California.

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University of Arizona Medical Center - Strategic SWOT Analysis Review - New Market Report

The university's medical network includes The University of Arizona Medical Center - University Campus, The University of Arizona Medical Center - Diamond Children's, The University of Arizona Medical Center - South Campus, several clinics, and a health preparation unit along with the practice plan for physicians from the University Of Arizona College Of Medicine. Its services include services and specialties, allergy and immunology, anesthesiology, internal medicine, kidney, lab services, liver, lung, medical imaging, neurological surgery, neurology, nutrition, obstetrics and gynecology, orthopedic surgery, pain management, pediatrics, plastic and reconstructive surgery, primary care.

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KUAT-TV Tucson

Desert Speaks

Host David Yetman and expert architect Bob Vint travel around Tucson, Arizona, to see how adobe - the perfect desert building material - was used in the past and is still used today. Adobe not only has a remarkable period of longevity, but also has thermal capabilities, making it ideal for the hot dry desert.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

KOLD-TV Tucson

Rainfall potential into this upcoming workweek

With Hurricane Norbert's rain behind us, we are now looking to a new Hurricane to bring major rain to Arizona. Which could start impacting some of us as early as Monday evening.

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Flash Flood Watch for Pima County was issued at September 17 at 7:46AM MST

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