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TPD releases reports for four in-custody deaths

The reports include a second death this year and three more in the last decade.

Tucson repeals controversial ordinance on police crime scenes

Groups like the ACLU opposed the rule, which was widely criticized as an attempt to prevent the recording of police.

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TPD forms board to review 'critical' incidents

The new board will review the events that lead to the death of Carlos Ingram-Lopez in Tucson police custody in April.

Tucson advocates say there's still time to push for police defunding in city budget

Black Lives Matter Tucson is urging community members to speak up at this week's City Council meeting.

All Souls Procession canceled

November event will go virtual "for the health and safety of the community"

TUSD to begin school year online

The district hopes to transition to in-person classes.

Rogue Radio presents: Virginia Woolf's "The Mark on the Wall"

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Tucson police contract extended one year

Council members want early reports on talks toward the next agreement

Tucson Police will disclose in-custody deaths immediately, Magnus says

The department will also release bodycam footage within 72 hours.

Community, family members hold vigil for man who died in Tucson police custody

Carlos Adrian Ingram-Lopez, 27, died at his grandmother's house in April.

Mayor Romero says changes needed at TPD

The mayor defends the police chief and looks for changes, in this extended AZPM interview.

TPD officers face state review

The officers involved in Carlos Ingram-Lopez’s death face review by a state board.

Tucson Mayor Romero: Police Chief Magnus shouldn't resign

City Manager Michael Ortega has rejected the chief's offer of resignation amid controversy of the death of a man in police custody.

You may know how you feel about a social issue, but have you asked yourself why?

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