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These guests, including five from Arizona, who have been invited to sit with the First Lady represent the stories of millions of Americans across the country, who are working hard to better their communities, improve their own economic outcomes and help restore opportunity for all.
The Marana Police Department has asked the public for help in solving a murder that happened 22 years ago.
The FBI made this facial, reconstruction of the 1987 homicide victim known now as Jane Doe No. 19.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Tom Mooney, Marana police crime scene analysis, first became interested in the 1987 cold case after finding the case file and photos stashed in the corner of an office. The department has had a facial reconstruction performed using the woman's skull.
photo courtesy of Marana Police, The victim was dumped in a culvert under the Interstate 10 frontage road in north Marana. She had been shot numerous times in the torso and once in the head.
The Marana Police Department has asked the public for help in solving a murder from 1987.
If you watched television in the 1980s, then you probably remember "The A-Team," the NBC series that ran from 1983 to 1987. Even if you didn't tune in for the weekly escapades of this fugitive team of ex-military operatives, you undoubtedly recall the series' distinctive theme music and Mr. T's trendsetting mohawk. It's that familiarity, no matter how small, that the studio hopes will lure audiences into the theaters. When will they ever learn?
Marana police on Monday, Jan. 5, arrested a woman and charged her with vehicular manslaughter in connection with a fatal head-on collision that killed a Tucson man.
PG-13 for crude and sexual content throughout, language and nudity. 113 min. Two stars out of four.
Republican Pete Hershberger, 53, hopes his loyalty to voters in Dist. 26, comprised largely of the former Dist. 12, which his parents served for so many years, will pay huge dividends against fellow incumbent Carol Somers in the coming election.