Tucson headlines: Jury selection in home invasion murder; Man killed by train; Murder-suicide; No charge in Tombstone death; Mine worker critical; House fire

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- Jury selection will resume Tuesday in the trial of one of the suspects in the deadly Arivaca home invasion.

Jason Bush is facing murder charges in the death of 9-year-old Brisenia Flores and her father Raul.

Prosecutors believe Bush pulled the trigger.

A jury last month sentenced Shawna Forde to death in the case.   If found guilty, Bush too could face the death penalty.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- A man was hit and killed by a train late Sunday night near Interstate 10 and Sunset Road.

Police are still trying to figure out whether it was a suicide.

Union Pacific is also investigating.

The man's name has not bee released.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- TPD confirmed Monday, the "suspicious" deaths of a 62-year-old male and 47-year-old female near I-10 and Congress Street Saturday is a murder-suicide.

Homicide investigators determined the still-unidentified female shot Richard Posner, then turned the gun on herself.

Police continue to investigate the motive behind the incident.

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TOMBSTONE, Ariz. -- No charges will be filed against the Tombstone actor and historian whose mother's remains were found in a house a year after her death.

Timothy Fattig was arrested on negligent homicide last week after the city

Marshal found the remains of his mother, Jill, inside the home.  An autopsy Monday showed no signs of foul play and Cochise County prosecutors declined to file charges in this case.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- An Asarco mine worker is in critical condition after the large water truck he was driving rolled over Sunday.

The man was trapped in the truck while hydraulic fluid and diesel fuel leaked.

It took 90 minutes for a technical rescue team with northwest fire to free him.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- One person is hospitalized after a guest house fire near 6th Avenue and Ajo.

The fire started late this afternoon.  Arson investigators believe the blaze was deliberately set.

Firefighters found a 50-year-old man still inside gasping upon arrival. He was taken to a hospital for treatment.