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  • Murderous Madam
  • Murderous Madam

    In The Early Part Of This Century, Gabriell Dollie Wiley Left A Long Line Of Bodies In Her Wake.
      In the first half of the 20th century, Gabriell Dollie Wiley left a long line of bodies in her wake.
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  • La Pistolera
  • La Pistolera

    The Wilbur Ranch near Arivaca was 'beautiful, cruel country,' and its owner--Eva Antonia Wilbur-Cruce--lived a hard, romantic life there.
  • The Chiricahua Corridor
  • The Chiricahua Corridor

    Drug-trafficking and crime victimize residents and destroy the environment along the Southern Arizona-New Mexico border
      Drug-trafficking and crime victimize residents and destroy the environment along the Southern Arizona-New Mexico border
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  • Let Me Entertain You

    Black Cherry Burlesque celebrate seven years of turning on Tucson audiences
  • Car Country, USA
  • Car Country, USA

    In Southern Arizona, confiscated cars mean big bucks for government agencies and contractors--and watchdogs say the system's being abused
      In Southern Arizona, confiscated cars mean big bucks for government agencies and contractors--and watchdogs say the system's being abused
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  • The Murder of Dr. David Stidham
  • The Murder of Dr. David Stidham

    What the county attorneys knew, when they knew it and what they did about it
      What the county attorneys knew, when they knew it and what they did about it
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  • Local Heroes
  • Local Heroes

    Eight people who work every day to make Tucson a better place.
      Eight people who work every day to make Tucson a better place.
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  • Hate Crime
  • Hate Crime

    While Tucson has a progressive reputation, the 2002 death of Philip Walsted serves as a reminder that anti-gay hatred remains
      While Tucson has a progressive reputation, the 2002 death of Philip Walsted serves as a reminder that anti-gay hatred remains
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  • Dignity
  • Dignity

    A center works to serve the homeless in Tucson when some have given up
      At least between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., women can turn to Sister José's. There, they have access to a shower and bathroom, a washer and dryer, clean clothes and underwear, shoes that fit, food and beverages. But at the core of it all is the feeling that, despite domestic abuse, poverty or addiction, they deserve respect.
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  • From Service to Homeless
  • From Service to Homeless

    A veteran’s homeless project has helped Tucson vets get better care, but figuring out a system that fits everyone can be a challenge
      "I'm prepared to go back on the streets. I'll have to find a place to store my stuff ... memories. There isn't anything like that out there for homeless people."
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  • Smugglers' Paradise
  • Smugglers' Paradise

    Perhaps Janet Napolitano should visit the Peck Canyon Corridor outside of Nogales—with an armed escort
  • Wolf Whistle
  • Wolf Whistle

    Many rural Arizonans regard wolves as the enemy, and they're winning little battles in the war against wolf reintroduction.
      Many rural Arizonans regard wolves as the enemy, and they're winning little battles in the war against wolf reintroduction.
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  • Images From the  Battleground
  • Images From the Battleground

    Ranchers 75 miles from Tucson say bad border policies have resulted in a daily invasion of drugs, death, pollution and violence
      Ranchers 75 miles from Tucson say bad border policies have resulted in a daily invasion of drugs, death, pollution and violence
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  • Margaret Sanger: Tucson's Irish Rebel
  • Margaret Sanger: Tucson's Irish Rebel

    As St. Patrick's Day approaches, we look back at a local 20th-century icon
      As St. Patrick's Day approaches, we look back at a local 20th-century icon
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  • Pride of the South Side
  • Pride of the South Side

    Pueblo hoops star stays grounded.
      A skinny basketball player who has paced the region in scoring this season, setting a state record along the way, is the latest in a long line of Pueblo High School stars.
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  • Pathway's Problematic Preachings
  • Pathway's Problematic Preachings

    A local addiction-recovery program has a history of forgery, homophobia, racism and coercion, former employees say
      A local addiction-recovery program has a history of forgery, homophobia, racism and coercion, former employees say
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