Shooting outside midtown bar, Sun Tran buses parked - Tucson News Now

Shooting outside midtown bar, Sun Tran buses parked

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Here’s what we’re working on at Tucson News Now…

We just got our hands on brand new information following a deadly shooting outside a midtown bar. Raymond Symonette was shot and killed back in May, and Craig Reck has obtained the dramatic 911 calls.  He’ll tell us what those calls reveal tonight.

We are continuing to track the Sun Tran bus strike which has left passengers without transportation through the weekend.  Monica Grimaldo is looking into how the strike is affecting businesses in our area.

For the latest on the Sun Tran strike, check with TucsonNewsNow.com.  Check here for limited routes that will start running tomorrow morning.

See you starting on KOLD News 13 Live at 5:30.

-Carissa

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