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South Tucson files lawsuit against rental properties for high crime

The City of South Tucson is asking for an injunction to prevent future crimes.

AZ school safety task force proposes legislative changes to address SRO shortage

The task force met for the final time on Thursday to share their recommendations for campus safety.

The Buzz: a legislative look ahead into criminal justice reform

The new legislative session begins in January, so we asked those close to reform initiatives what they believe is expected.

The Buzz: Does Housing First Work?

Housing First was a topic of debate in recent Tucson city elections, so we ask experts about the evidence.

UA gets a new threat assessment director

Dr. Jessie Semmann assumed her new role shortly before the one year mark of last year's deadly on campus shooting.

The Buzz speaks with Tucson City Council candidates

Candidates see streets, crimes and homelessness as the city's top issues.

The Buzz: one year after UA's deadly on-campus shooting

As the community comes together to remember UA professor Dr. Thomas Meixner, we check in with university employees to see how they are doing one year later.

UA resolving $9 million claim from family of slain professor

The new step forward comes on the anniversary of professor Thomas Meixner's death.

UA faculty committee demands action against threats to nursing faculty and curriculum

The report comes after curriculum from the College of Nursing garnered criticism online.

New emails reveal harassment UA faculty received from suspect

Warning: the following article depicts language that may be harmful to some.

Appeals court: UA liable for off campus sexual harassment

The Monday ruling reversed a lower court's decision.

Police records detail April threat at UA law school

UA officials say there is currently no known threat to the University community related to this incident.

Violent crime drops in Tucson's hotspot areas due to pilot program

The Place Network Investigations program first began in 2021.

Tucson moves to begin settlement of COVID-era lawsuit

The 2021 lawsuit argued that the City of Tucson violated its contract with the Tucson Police Officer’s Association when it implemented a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy.

UA's top security officer: "campus is extremely safe" as school year and shooting anniversary looms closer

The University of Arizona has spent the summer implementing new security measures to prepare for a new year.

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