AZ firworks bill; Tucson pot march; Tucson streetcar; Trash fees; Sunnyside administrator in jail; Raytheon layoffs

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Some fireworks could become legal in Arizona just in time for the fourth of July. The state senate approved a bill making it OK to use sparklers and other pyrotechnics. Now it needs minor changes to match a measure already approved in the state house.

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On 4/20 a group of Tucsonans took part in the worldwide marijuana march. Their purpose: support the legal use of marijuana for medical, industrial, and personal reasons. This was the 12th annual march here in Tucson.

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The modern streetcar will be rolling on city streets by early 2012 and will come in on budget. That was the word given to members of the city council Tuesday.

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It's likely you'll be paying more for trash pick-up later this year.

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A sweep Tuesday through midtown by Tucson police looking for suspects in a recent string of burglaries.

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An assistant principal at Chaparral Middle School behind bars, charged with having sex with a 14-year-old.

Police booked Adrian Noriega for carrying on a sexual relationship with the student for several years.

According to investigators, Noriega befriended the victim while working as a teacher at another school.

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Layoffs at southern Arizona's largest employer.

Raytheon Company is letting go of more than 200 employees. Tuesday 225 workers at Raytheon Missile Systems got notice that they're out of a job.