Manufactured home on leased land.Beautifully remodeled 3 bed 2 bath with office. This home features updated floors, kitchen, and bathrooms, stainless steel appliances plus a newer 5 ton AC. Open floor plan check. Prep and serveyour favorite meals on large kitchen island. Large windows with 1 inch faux wood blinds set the stage to enjoy gorgeous sunrises and sunsets. Large walk in closet in the master bedroom. Two largestorage sheds onsite. This home is nestled under the shade of Vista Del Nortes many mature trees.Park features pool, club house, and grass fields. Lot rent is 480 per month. Buyer must apply and pass a background check through front office. 520-887-5581Owner must occupy. No dogs allowed.Owner is license to sell Real Estate.Cash or owner will carry with 50 perc
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For Star subscribers: Businesses, landlord groups say Tucson may be going too far with electric vehicle rules for new apartments and commercial development.
For Star subscribers: Methyl methacrylate, which can cause severe skin reactions when used in acrylic nails, is illegal to have on the premises of a licensed nail salon in Arizona.
For Star subscribers: The new plan scraps plans to export copper to China and other foreign buyers. It also dramatically delays Hudbay's deployment of low-water-use mine tailings, and revives a long-discarded plan to leach copper oxides from ore on the site. The company even eliminates the name Rosemont in its vastly overhauled plan.
For Star subscribers: A 73-year-old Green Valley Democrat, dressed in provocative gear, attended a GOP campaign event and refused to leave. Eventually, video shows, a woman punched him then Masters, 35, pushed him down.
When triple-digit temperatures take over during the day, we turn to the cooler temperatures of the night. Here are nine things to do outside this summer after the sun goes down in the Tucson area.
For Star subscribers: Cheri Peterson worries her brother, Chad McKinley, has not been cared for properly by the systems meant to support those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The eastbound Interstate 10 lanes in Tucson are closed due to a fatal crash.
Tucson's monsoon season kicks off on June 15. Current predictions show a wet summer starting around July with the storms slowing down toward the end of August and September, a local expert says.
What to do in Tucson this weekend: outdoor movie screenings, a pool party, 2nd Saturdays, a "Bohemian Rhapsody" sing-along, a Queen laser show and more in the Tucson, Marana and Oro Valley areas. Some events are free!
For Star subscribers: It's billed as a way to improve safety because heavy vehicles are involved in about 20% of crashes in that corridor, ADOT says. But the head of the Arizona Trucking Association says the decision is stupid.
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