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  • Sierra Vista man facing charges of sexual assault, sexual conduct with minor

    Sierra Vista man facing charges of sexual assault, sexual conduct with minor

    Wednesday, July 19 2017 5:45 PM EDT2017-07-19 21:45:13 GMT
    Jose Ramon Rodriguez Jr. (Source: Sierra Vista Police Department)Jose Ramon Rodriguez Jr. (Source: Sierra Vista Police Department)

    Police say 20-year-old Jose Ramon Rodriguez Jr. was booked into the Cochise County Jail and is facing the following charges: three counts of sexual assault and three counts of sexual conduct with a minor. His bail has been set at $500,000. 

    Police say 20-year-old Jose Ramon Rodriguez Jr. was booked into the Cochise County Jail and is facing the following charges: three counts of sexual assault and three counts of sexual conduct with a minor. His bail has been set at $500,000. 

  • BBB warns of Facebook scam

    BBB warns of Facebook scam

    Wednesday, July 19 2017 11:42 AM EDT2017-07-19 15:42:32 GMT
    (Source: Tucson News Now)(Source: Tucson News Now)

    The Better Business Bureau is warning people to be safe on social media. Staff said scammers are using sites like Facebook to find victims. And now, they are getting more aggressive.

    The Better Business Bureau is warning people to be safe on social media. Staff said scammers are using sites like Facebook to find victims. And now, they are getting more aggressive.

  • New charges for defendants in Tucson heroin trafficking ring

    New charges for defendants in Tucson heroin trafficking ring

    Wednesday, July 19 2017 12:26 AM EDT2017-07-19 04:26:45 GMT
    (Source: Raycom Media)(Source: Raycom Media)

    The Arizona Attorney General's Office has announced 88 new criminal charges against 13 defendants previously accused of operating a major heroin trafficking ring in Tucson.

    The Arizona Attorney General's Office has announced 88 new criminal charges against 13 defendants previously accused of operating a major heroin trafficking ring in Tucson.

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  • Justices allow strict refugee ban but say grandparents OK

    Justices allow strict refugee ban but say grandparents OK

    Wednesday, July 19 2017 1:17 PM EDT2017-07-19 17:17:44 GMT
    Wednesday, July 19 2017 8:29 PM EDT2017-07-20 00:29:08 GMT

    The Supreme Court is granting the Trump administration's request to more strictly enforce its ban on refugees, at least until a federal appeals court weighs in.

    The Supreme Court is granting the Trump administration's request to more strictly enforce its ban on refugees, at least until a federal appeals court weighs in.

  • Shuttered Mexican-American studies program back in court

    Shuttered Mexican-American studies program back in court

    Monday, July 17 2017 5:00 PM EDT2017-07-17 21:00:47 GMT
    Tuesday, July 18 2017 8:12 AM EDT2017-07-18 12:12:55 GMT
    (Source: The Associated Press)(Source: The Associated Press)

    A federal trial considering whether an Arizona law that shuttered a popular Mexican-American studies program in Tucson was enacted with discriminatory intent resumes this week and will include testimony from the man behind the effort to end the program.

    A federal trial considering whether an Arizona law that shuttered a popular Mexican-American studies program in Tucson was enacted with discriminatory intent resumes this week and will include testimony from the man behind the effort to end the program.

  • Obama's name still on welcome letters to new citizens

    Obama's name still on welcome letters to new citizens

    Monday, July 17 2017 3:40 PM EDT2017-07-17 19:40:58 GMT
    Monday, July 17 2017 3:45 PM EDT2017-07-17 19:45:09 GMT

    According to a spokesperson for Citizenship and Immigration quoted by "The Arizona Republic" said it's not uncommon for a new president to take a few months to get their own paperwork finalized, but generally during that time no letters are sent rather than one bearing the predecessor's name.

    According to a spokesperson for Citizenship and Immigration quoted by "The Arizona Republic" said it's not uncommon for a new president to take a few months to get their own paperwork finalized, but generally during that time no letters are sent rather than one bearing the predecessor's name.

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