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Feds and local police seize weapons, drugs

TUCSON - Federal agents took two people into custody after serving a search warrant at a Tucson home, Tuesday night. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tabacco, Firearms and Explosive, along with The Tucson Police Dept and Sierra Vista Police, recovered eight firearms and some cocaine. Full story

Fire displaces family of 7

TUCSON - The Southern Arizona Region of the American Red Cross is helping a family of seven after their home caught fire. Full story

GCU bypasses Tucson for new campus, critics blame city leaders

TUCSON - Grand Canyon University announced the location of their newest campus and it does not include Southern Arizona. Full story

Kristi's school supply drive kicks off!

TUCSON - KVOA is taking school supply donations NOW for Tucson-area children. Our 4th annual Kristi's Kids "Tucson Supplies Teachers School Supply Drive" will benefit local public, private and charter schools. Full story

AZ Department of Public Safety welcoming new recruits

TUCSON- In the next few months the Arizona Department of Public Safety will welcome some new recruits, thanks to easing budget constraints. The money freed up from positions that were left vacant starting back in 2008. Full story

Tucson teen arrested for vandalizing Saguaros

TUCSON - Tucson Police have arrested a 16-year-old male on charges of being responsible for at least some of the rash of vandalism on desert saguaros. Full story

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Van Buskirk Elementary among TUSD schools damaged by monsoon storm

Tucson teachers need supplies

Florida Georgia Line sells out Tucson concert venue

Newborn fawn moved to Prescott Zoo

Police chase turned-standoff ends with arrest of suspect

29-year-old man drowns after fall at Tanque Verde Falls

Man who fell at Tanque Verde Falls has died

Man falls at Tanque Verde Falls

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  Convicted arsonist to be released from prison

Man convicted of setting a fire in Tucson, Arizona that killed 28 people to be released from prison. KVOA's Sean Mooney reports.

  Documents released in Jared Loughner case

Arizona investigators release 2,700 pages of evidence in Tucson shooting massacre that wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. NBC News' Chris Clackum reports.

  Gabby Giffords visits Tucson shooting site to support gun control

Democratic strategist Julian Epstein joins Martin Bashir to explain why former Rep. Gabby Giffords, D-Ariz., shouldn’t have to go back to the scene of the crime against her to get Congress to act on assault weapons – but why the politics on gun control now favors tighter restrictions.

  Nation remembers Tucson shooting - two years later

MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts speaks with Patricia Maisch, who helped disarm Jared Loughner, the shooter responsible for the mass shooting at a Tucson grocery store.

  Biden will meet with NRA

Rev. Al Sharpton talks with Pam Simon, a congressional aide to Gabby Giffords who was shot in the chest during the Tucson shooting, and the Chicago Tribune’s Clarence Page about Vice President Biden’s scheduled meeting with the NRA, and the continuing fight over gun control.

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