Falling Apart 

Some South Tucsonans see their community cycling back toward violence and economic stagnation

Several months ago, Ricky Hidalgo was standing outside with his young son when a couple of local gang members decided to have some fun. Driving an old Chevy pickup truck tricked out with chrome rims, they peeled out of a nearby alley,…

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