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Teen faces charges for pointing 'fake' rifle at woman, cars
A Canyon del Oro High School student was arrested Tuesday morning for pointing a rifle at cars driving near the school, police say.
Some Arizona lawmakers fail to list free trips
Several Arizona lawmakers failed to disclose free trips made last year as required by state law, spotlighting the difficulty in enforcing guidelines on the issue.
Police seek help locating female fraud suspect
The Oro Valley Police Department is seeking the public's help locating a woman suspected of cashing stolen personal checks fraudulently in the Phoenix area.
Budget passed, Legislature taking up tax cuts
Just a day after adopting a $9.23 billion state budget, the Arizona House and Senate have given final approval to a pair of tax cuts for manufacturers, including one that would give a multi-million tax credit to the world's biggest corporation to install and run a solar facility.
Spend Or Save? Which Apartment Items You Should Pay More For
A bed is one item that's worth spending a little extra on. Your back will thank you.
Oro Valley accepting applications for committee members
The Town of Oro Valley is accepting applications, now through Wednesday, April 30, for positions on one of the three Your Voice, Our Future project committees.
Greyhound rescue groups take in dogs with broken legs
A local rescue group, Southern Arizona Greyhound Adoption is scrambling to raise funds to care for half a dozen Greyhounds they have rescued from a life of racing.
Oro Valley standoff ends with suspect's suicide
The standoff with a barricaded man in an Oro Valley home ended with the suicide of the barricaded suspect, authorities said.
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Arizona House delays vote on $9.2 billion budget
The Arizona House of Representatives on Monday failed to reach a budget deal after hours of tenuous discussions and a called off vote that left a frustrated Speaker Andy Tobin huddled with members of his own party who refused to back a plan he endorsed.