Justin Sayers, Arizona Daily Star

Justin Sayers

Arizona Daily Star

Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Justin:

Arizona Daily Star reporter Joe Ferguson appointed Pima County constable

After taking over job in February, Joe Ferguson will have to run for election in 2020 to retain the constable position. → Read More

Sheriff Napier says he will run for re-election, but won't seek a third term

Napier has been sheriff since 2016. → Read More

Lawmakers again trying to designate Jan. 8 memorial as part of National Park Service

All members of Arizona's Congressional delegation support effort. → Read More

Miller makes endorsement for her replacement on Board of Supervisors

Ally Miller, who is not seeking re-election, is supporting fellow Republican Steven Spain for her District 1 seat. → Read More

Way cleared for Marana Airport to build air traffic control tower

Project could cost about $8 million. → Read More

Tucson tobacco ordinance could precede renewed push for statewide law

Tucson joined four other Arizona cities to adopt what's more colloquially known as T21 when the Tucson City Council voted 6-1 Tuesday night in favor of the ordinance. → Read More

UA sees opportunity to grow equine, race-track programs at 88-acre donated farm

Property was bequeathed to university by philanthropist Bazy Tankersley. → Read More

UA students accused of assaulting black student are suspended from school, lawyers say

Attorneys confirm school took action against students; UA won't discuss their status. → Read More

UA students accused of assaulting black student suspended from school

Attorneys confirm school took action against students; UA won't discuss their status. → Read More

Ex-UA President Ann Weaver Hart made $800K in 2 years since stepping down from job

Former president retired from university in May after completing sabbatical year. → Read More

Regents OK $60K in incentive pay for UA President Robbins

ABOR also approved capital improvement plan. → Read More

UA plans to build $20M Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine building

Long-range plans include renovations to Centennial Hall. → Read More

Black student beaten, kicked and called N-word, according to UA police report

Two white UA students were arrested Friday in the incident. → Read More

UA police arrest two students after reported assault on black student by 2 other students

UA President Robert C. Robbins said the school will “aggressively pursue all avenues of justice” after a black student was reportedly physically assaulted by two students on campus this week. → Read More

UA police investigating reported assault on black student by 2 other students

University has not released details of the incident. → Read More

Regents seeks $32M to make UA leader in health sciences, space workforce development

The Arizona Board of Regents wants $32 million from the state for the University of Arizona to develop the workforce in the health sciences and space industries to prepare for → Read More

Rental electric scooters will slowly stop if rider enters UA campus

UA worked with city to designate off-campus parking spots for new electric scooters; will confiscate any found on campus. → Read More

Oro Valley council fails to reach resolution on town's 3 golf courses

Plan to keep two 18-hole courses open failed 4-3. → Read More

Apartment owners to move forward with evictions after mosque vandalism

Bottles, alcohol were recently thrown onto property of Islamic Center near UA. → Read More

#MeToo Movement founder, Obama counsel to speak at UA events

The founder of the #MeToo Movement and a former White House counsel are scheduled to give lectures at the UA that are open to the public. → Read More