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1. CDC raises its alert level over Ebola
The late, four-time Oscar nominee Philip Seymour Hoffman provides us with another gripping keystone performance in “A Most Wanted Man” —the last film appearance for Hoffman before his accidental death earlier this year from drug intoxication. Unfortunately, Hoffman’s role as the leader a German spy agency was the only remarkable screen presence. This yawner from director Anton Corbijn leaves viewers more informed on the underground funding for terrorist cells but fails to captivate and draw in audiences due to its shallow support characters and weak storyline.
1. Obama tightens sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine crisis
In 2008, native Tucsonan Chase Hoyt and his dad, Robert, sat down to enjoy an old bottle of wine that they had recently opened.
The Tucson Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a bank robbery suspect.
Every year, 20 Tucson cyclists volunteer their time to Wheels for Kids, a nonprofit organization that acquires bikes, fixes them and donates them to charities and organization throughout the city.
1. JPMorgan finalizes $13 billion settlement
1. Obama to nominate Janet Yellen for Fed chair
1. OBAMA'S CANCELED RUSSIA SUMMIT IMPERILS ARMS CUTS
The Tucson Police Department is happy to report that the male suspect responsible for the robbery incident that occurred at the US Bank located inside the Safeway grocery store at 1940 East Broadway has been both identified and apprehended. In addition, the same male has been identified and arrested in relation to several other robbery incidents.
1. SOPRANOS STAR JAMES GANDOLFINI DIES
On Feb. 26 at approximately 4:50 p.m., the Oro Valley Police Department responded to a report of a bank robbery in progress at the Chase Bank, located in the 12000 block of North Oracle.
Move your body into the New Year with family, friends and neighbors at BEYOND, a community-wide outdoor festival. Join us for a full day of fun and fitness at some of the most spectacular outdoor settings in our region.
On January 5, 2013, a series of BEYOND events will be held throughout Pima County to remember those who lost their lives in the January 8, 2011 shootings, as well as those whose lives have been changed forever. BEYOND was launched by the Zimmerman family in honor of their son Gabe Zimmerman, who lost his life that day.
The Oro Valley Police Department was contacted by the Gilbert Police Department on Nov. 1, with regard to several incidents of ATM machines being stolen from local banks in the Maricopa County area.
It was a slow weekend at the theaters, and while “The Words” poor opening ($5 million) didn’t do much to boost the lackluster box office numbers, its value came in another form that can be found on Hollywood’s current endangered list: creativity.
The Tucson Padres continue their support of the military locally and overseas with the next Military Appreciation Night on Sunday, August 12 at Kino Stadium. There are many planned military related displays before and during the Padres game against the Omaha Storm Chasers. Game time is 7:05 at Kino Stadium. All active duty, reserve, guard and retired military can receive four free box seats to the game courtesy of Chase Bank with a valid military ID. These tickets are available at the Padres box office or at the Davis Monthan AFB BX on Friday from 11 – 1.