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Officer Lynsey Coutts, a 4-year veteran of the Tucson Police Department, was arrested as a result of an on-duty driving under the influence (DUI) investigation that was initiated on the morning of May 22.
June 21, 2006 - The Marana Police Department last week rehired an officer it fired in March for drunk driving and two domestic violence-related arrests.
Oro Valley authorities have confirmed that Sahuarita Town Attorney Daniel Jay Hochuli has been charged with driving under the influence with a blood alcohol content exceeding the legal limit.
August 3, 2005 - When Jane Fairall took a job in the Tucson Unified School District's legal department two years ago, she knew she wasn't leaving prosecution for too long.
Bring the kids, and donations, to Santa’s Workshop
DUI task force makes 55 arrests over the Fourth
A summary of recent police activity in the area.
November 8, 2006 - Standing in a town hall elevator, Marana Town Prosecutor Jane Fairall looked down at a filing cabinet worth of files in a pull cart.
March 2, 2005 - Marana Unified School District officials recently finished reviewing the personnel files of all current employees after learning that a hall monitor with a criminal past slipped through the cracks of the district's hiring process.
On Aug. 25, Pima Community College Northwest will open its doors to an estimated 3,000 full-time and part-time students from this area. High-schoolers to senior citizens will now be able to access a community college campus designed to reflect the varied populations of the Northwest without driving 30 minutes to one of PCC's five other sites.
The five major executive branch offices in Arizona are governor, secretary of state, attorney general, treasurer and superintendent of public instruction. The following are overviews of the candidates in the Sept. 10 primary election races. Uncontested major and third party candidates will automatically advance to the general election Nov. 5. The Northwest EXPLORER will provide more information about their campaigns in our October general election coverage.
March 30, 2005 - It was 11 years ago when Arizona first entered the business of outsourcing its corrections operations to private, for-profit corporations with the approval of a privately-run state prison in Marana.