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John Kromko is again asking Tucson voters to sign on the dotted line.
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.
Tucsonans frustrated with the city's traffic cameras may get an opportunity to ban them this fall.
Traffic passes through the intersection of East Broadway and Craycroft Road, where cameras take photos of red-light runners.
Road maintenance is coming! The city is contracting with Southern Arizona Paving to fix up 17 miles of roads with a fog seal treatment, and the project gets started this week.
When you let your teenager borrow your car, a million thoughts run through your mind.
Tucson motorists will have to be cognizant of traffic lights at intersections for another year. The City Council voted 6-1 to renew the contract with the company that operates the cameras, American Traffic Solutions, until Aug. 14, 2013.
State Sen. Frank Antenori paid off his 2009 photo radar speeding ticket on Monday, clearing up questions about the status of his driver's license.
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