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The top job at Pima Community College's Police Department will be filled by the department's second-in-command until a new chief is chosen, the school said Friday.
A thunderstorm rolled into the Tucson-area Thursday afternoon and dumped heavy rain in portions of the city flooding roads and stranding motorists.
A day after a city sales-tax hike was soundly rejected by
voters, Tucson City Manager Mike Letcher and Mayor Bob Walkup
announced an estimated 400 city workers could be laid off.
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