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BISBEE — Though objections were made by the county school superintendent and the county sheriff, the Cochise County Board of Supervisors followed through with its plan to end the housing of juveniles in the county detention center on Tuesday.

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SIERRA VISTA — A Tombstone Unified School District bus was rear-ended by a pickup truck while stopped at a red light at Coronado and Buffalo Soldier Trail around 7:30 Monday morning, according to TUSD Superintendent Robert Devere.

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BENSON — The Department of Public Safety responded to a two vehicle, head-on collision with serious injuries near mile marker 298 on State Route 80 around 7 a.m. Sunday.

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CALIFORNIA — Captain Adam Short as well as firefighters Brent Madden and Walter Webb are making their way home after assisting with two wildfires in northern California.

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The Sierra Vista Police Department, in compliance with state law, is announcing the relocation of a Level 2 (Medium Risk) sex offender to 3460 E Fry Blvd, Ste. 211 in Sierra Vista. Brian Wade Price, 32, was convicted of 2 counts of Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor on September 5, 2012 i…

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SIERRA VISTA — Buffalo Solider Trail was shut down Monday morning due to a crash involving two vehicles, both of which ended up in the dirt along the southbound side of the road across from North Garden Avenue.

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BENSON — Cochise County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to an incident at a Mescal restaurant west of Benson around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday where a “suspicious subject” was acting erratically and claimed to have a bomb strapped to the roof of his vehicle.

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BENSON — A 50-year-old male from California was arrested Wednesday night after making a bomb threat in a Benson area bar and leading authorities on a chase.

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SIERRA VISTA — The Sierra Vista Police Department will not stop using the techniques necessary to save an officer, or another person’s life, if either is in danger, Chief Adam Thrasher told the City Council at a work session Tuesday.

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PHOENIX — Bar owners from around the state are asking the Arizona Supreme Court to rule that Gov. Doug Ducey does not have the constitutional authority to shut them — or any other business — down.