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Some Tucsonans look toward forming 'learning pods' as uncertainty over in-person learning continues. @Veronicacostah 

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We are all in this together. When times get tough, Tucsonans come together and help one another. That is what makes this big city with a small-town feel such a great place to live.

It's #OpeningDay  for a lot of teams today! These 16 former Arizona Wildcats, Tucsonans are pushing to play in bigs this season 📲

Mark Melancon and 13 other Tucsonans, ex-Wildcats pushing to play in shortened big-league season

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Tucson's cluttered Speedway Boulevard was shamed in two articles in Life magazine 50 years ago about the blighting of American roads and highways. The notoriety created some inaccurate reactions from Tucsonans.

Latest update from TEP: 600 Tucsonans still without power. Crews are still working around the clock. If you see a downed power line, stay away, and call 911.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic many Tucsonans have delayed trips to Europe. In the meantime there are several restaurants in town who bring the taste of England, France and the Island of Malta to locals.

Apartments, retail and office space are coming to the old Flash TV & Appliance Store that served generations of Tucsonans.

Tucsonans show support for TPD ahead of Tucson City Council budget meeting

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Mayor Regina Romero has signed a proclamation requiring Tucsonans 2 years of age and older to wear a face covering when in a public setting where continuous physical distancing is difficult or impossible. Businesses whose employees interact with the...

Tucsonans who wish to voice their opinions on the police-filming ordinance can email comment @tucsonaz .gov.

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A recently released video shows Tucson's empty streets, stadiums and other landmarks as a portrait of how Tucsonans are helping flatten the curve.

Tucsonans: if you need childcare or groceries, or have trouble paying your bills, check out @TucsonStar’s coronavirus resource guide:

Tucsonans donated thousands of N95 masks to medical professionals in China earlier this year. When the pandemic escalated here, China's health-care workers returned the favor and sent thousands of unused masks back to Tucson.

Tucsonans who attend large gatherings during mandated social distancing requirements prompted by COVID-19 could be charged with a misdemeanor, Police Chief Chris Magnus said in a statement Tuesday.

Tucson Electric Power is using more renewable energy to supply power to 417,000+ Tucsonans - great to join them for an employee town hall!

February is #AmericanHeartMonth  and Tucsonans are knitting caps for infants with congenital heart defects. Find out more & get involved:

7 years later, we continue to remember the 6 Tucsonans who lost their lives, and countless others whose lives were changed forever. is an inspiration to us all in her fight for sensible gun safety laws.

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