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Police photo radar van back in service with new security

Citizen Staff Writer

Pulled after Phoenix shooting



The Tucson police photo radar van, its use suspended this week after a unit operator was killed in Phoenix, will be back in service next week, the Tucson Police Department announced Friday.

American Traffic Solutions pulled its Tucson van from operation after the Phoenix shooting to implement security measures. The new security – which police declined to identify – is in place and van patrols will resume Monday, a TPD news release said.

Michael Luria



Children’s Museum names new executive director

Michael Luria, co-owner of the recently closed CafĂ© Terra Cotta, has been named the new executive director of the Tucson Children’s Museum, 200 S. Sixth Ave. He had served as interim executive director for the past five months and before that was the president of the museum’s board of directors.

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