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Somewhere in the cold, mechanical guts of the 11 former speed cameras set up along county roads a spark of life managed to survive when the machines were turned off last week.
Priscilla Cornelio rose from her chair after the Board of Supervisor’s meeting and exchanged pleasantries to people standing nearby.
John Kromko is again asking Tucson voters to sign on the dotted line.
A study of the effectiveness of the 11 speed cameras installed on county roads states they have had mixed results in terms of safety.
It looks like Tucson's red-light cameras are here to stay - at least for now.
Critics of Tucson's traffic-enforcement cameras, for both red lights and speed, might get a chance to shut them down this fall.
PHOENIX - Photo enforcement is here to stay, at least for the time being.
PHOENIX - Motorists thinking they've beat the red light won't be getting any help from the state in beating the ticket, at least not this year.
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