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POLL: Have You Seem Williams'S Work?

At mid-century, Paul R. Williams was a sought-after architect in Los Angeles. Known for his luxury houses for Hollywood stars—among them Lucille Ball, Frank Sinatra and Bill “Bojangles” Robinson—Williams could make houses in almost any style, including the popular “California Spanish” genre. But he gave these works a distinct modernist cast, with simple, elegant rooms and patios that allowed indoor-outdoor living.
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POLL: Do You Think The Incumbents Will Be Reelected?

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POLL: Did You Vote With Sharpie ?

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - There has been quite a bit of speculation on whether Sharpies could cause voters' ballots to be tossed out. Viewers have reached out to Arizona's Family concerned their vote might not count. To set the record straight, Arizona's Family spoke to Erika Flores, spokeswoman for the...
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POLL: Do You Think The $37.5 Million Dollar Fine Is A Fair Punishment?

TUCSON, Ariz. — An Arizona company was fined $37.5 million for making millions of illegal marketing calls, the Federal Communications Commission announced Tuesday. Affordable Enterprises of Arizona, which is based in Tucson, made 2.3 million marketing calls selling home improvement services from 2016 to 2017 using spoofed phone numbers, according to the FCC.
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POLL: Do You Think The President Should Have Held A Rally At Tucson?

TUCSON, Ariz. — "He comes to Tucson and does not care about the sacrifices that Tucsonans have made to prevent the spread of COVID-19." Tucson Mayor Regina Romero makes it quite clear how she felt about President Trump holding a rally here. "He came to Tucson, not as an official...
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POLL: Do You Think Saguaro Will Win The State Championship?

PHOENIX – High school athletes rarely get to look over their shoulder and have cameras with the ESPN logo pointed in their direction. For the unbeaten Hamilton and Saguaro football programs, they are among the lucky few who get to showcase their talent on the national stage by the biggest network in sports.

POLL: Do You Agree With The President'S Statements About Biden?

President Donald J. Trump wasted little time in attacking his political rival during a re-election campaign stop in Tucson on Monday afternoon. “Joe Biden has and always will be a corrupt politician. As far as I’m concerned, the Biden family is a criminal enterprise,” Trump told a crowd of several thousand supporters gathered at a hangar near the Tucson airport.

POLL: Do You Think Tucson Should Be An Mls Team?

As the club's 10 year anniversary approaches on October 10th, FC Tucson will share some of the top moments of the club's illustrious history on social media throughout this week. Moments like Odaine Sinclair's iconic #1 SportsCenter featured bicycle kick and the now USMNT captain, Aaron Long, kicking off his stellar career with Men in Black will be on full display.
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POLL: Do You Think Fort Huachuca Will Relinquish The Documents?

The Tucson-based Center for Biological Diversity is again suing Fort Huachuca for what it describes as a failure to protect the San Pedro River. Robin Silver is with the conservation group, which filed an intent to sue last December that Silver hoped would spur discussions with the fort about the issues of water use and avoid a lawsuit. He said those talks foundered, which led his group and the Maricopa Audubon Society to file suit in March challenging the 2014 decision by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to allow fort-related groundwater pumping to continue for another decade.

POLL: Do You Think Arizona'S Voter Registration Deadline Should Be Extended?

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - With 27 days until the General Election, things may change in Arizona once again. On Monday, the U.S. District Court for Arizona decided they will grant a preliminary injunction on the voter registration deadline until Oct. 23- after two nonprofit organizations, Mi Familia Vota and Arizona Coalition for Change, filed a Complaint seeking a declaratory judgment and an Emergency Motion for a Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction against Defendant Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs.
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POLL: Are You Okay With Their Mcsally Or Kelly Getting A Seat As A Senator For Arizona?

Republican U.S. Sen. Martha McSally and her Democratic challenger Mark Kelly are scheduled to meet for their one and only debate on Tuesday, Oct. 6. The debate will be hosted by The Arizona Republic, Tucson-based Arizona Public Media and Phoenix public radio station KJZZ. Voters can watch the 90-minute debate...
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POLL: Do You Think Arizona'S Case Against Google Should Go Forward?

PHOENIX -- A judge has given the go ahead for Attorney General Mark Brnovich to pursue consumer fraud statutes against internet giant Google. In a 12-page ruling Friday, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Timothy Thomason rejected a bid by attorneys for the firm to dismiss the case. The judge said that the allegations Brnovich is making that the company hid its practices of selling location information of consumers to advertisers are sufficient to allow the case to go to a jury.
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POLL: Do You Agree With The Recommendation?

The La Paz County Board of Supervisors have approved a resolution opposing the recommendation of the Arizona Department of Water Resources that a transfer of fourth-priority Colorado River water rights to a town in metro Phoenix be approved. ADWR Director Thomas Buschatzke, recommended Sept. 4 the U.S. Department of the...
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POLL: Have You Gone To An Observatory?

In an interplanetary faux pas, it appears some pieces of asteroid Vesta ended up on asteroid Bennu, according to observations from NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft. The new result sheds light on the intricate orbital dance of asteroids and on the violent origin of Bennu, which is a “rubble pile” asteroid that coalesced from the fragments of a massive collision.

POLL: Does Society Do Enough To Make Sure Women Remain Safe And Healthy During Their Pregnancies?

TUCSON, AZ / ACCESSWIRE / September 22, 2020 / Aqualung Therapeutics, an early-stage biotech company developing an immune-focused, anti-inflammatory therapeutic platform for unchecked inflammation in patients with serious acute and chronic diseases, has been awarded a one year NIH FAST-TRACK AWARD (1R41 HD101202-01A1) to support development of a humanized antibody therapy for pregnant women with intrauterine infection at risk for preterm birth.