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When he was 6, Bill McLearran would climb as high as he could, shimmying up the stacks of old telephone poles his family burned for fuel, to watch planes take off from the small, grass runway airport near his home in Sheridan, Indiana.

\u201cIt was a thing \u2014 I could sit there all day,\u201d he recalls.

His school art projects centered on planes. He still has a sketch he did of an old World War II Stearman. He crafted a replica of a Piper Tri-Pacer from two pieces of cardboard. It earned him an \u201cA.\u201d

McLearran began flying just after he turned 18. The lessons were a present from his new wife, Janet, who\u2019d saved up her paychecks from a fast-food eatery.

\u201cWhat a gift,\u201d McLearran says, smiling.

He\u2019s been soaring ever since. Nearly 54 years.

In that time, McLearran, 71, has logged more than 10,000 hours and rebuilt four planes. These days, he\u2019s got three winged projects that keep him busy, including a 1946 fire-engine red Globe Swift that he considers \u201cthe Ferrari of airplanes.\u201d

The father of two and grandfather of three was honored last month with the Federal Aviation Administration\u2019s Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award, which can only be earned with at least 50 years flying experience as well as letters of recommendation and an exemplary aviation record. Think of it as a pilot\u2019s lifetime achievement award. He\u2019s one of 11 pilots across the state who earned the distinction in 2016.

During the ceremony, attended by more than 100 people, \u201cI got a standing ovation,\u201d says McLearran, whose retirement job is managing Mobile Aire Hangars at Ryan Airfield. \u201cThat just absolutely blew me away.\u201d

A humble guy, it actually took him three years just to apply for the award. He found out he\u2019d won when a trophy company called to check the spelling of his name for the plaque.

To the other pilots whose second home is Ryan Airfield and who pull up chairs in McLearran\u2019s wood-paneled office \u2014 the \u201cOld Pilots Day Care Center\u201d \u2014 to enjoy doughnuts and steaming cups of coffee, the award comes as no surprise. The flight instructor is a veritable aviation encyclopedia as well as a mentor who\u2019s quick to lend a hand with a project \u2014 and get another pot of joe brewing.

\u201cHe sure deserves it,\u201d says Norman Younie, who praised McLearran as a top-notch flight instructor.

It\u2019s a sentiment echoed in his recommendation letters that call him out as the go-to guy for all things relating to flight.

The oldest son in a family of 10 kids, McLearran remembers clipping out pictures of planes and then finding out everything he could about the specific models. He enlisted in the Air Force but couldn\u2019t fly, a job reserved for officers. Instead, the Vietnam veteran took advantage of the military\u2019s flight clubs to hone his skills.

He\u2019s had some close calls over the years. In 1991, the propeller spun off the Volksplane, an aircraft with a Volkswagen engine, he and another man were flying in.

\u201cWe were still flying \u2014 it was a glider,\u201d McLearran recalls.

More harrowing was a mid-air collision in 1971 at Tucson International Airport. An air traffic controller cleared McLearran for landing \u2014 but also gave the go-ahead for take-off to a Cessna crossing McLearran\u2019s runway. Both planes were heavily damaged, but no one was hurt.

\u201cThat made me sit up and take notice,\u201d McLearran says. \u201cThat made me really double-check everything.\u201d

He makes a point of flying into the wild blue yonder once or twice a week and even though his first flight was more than five decades ago, he can still easily conjure up its thrill.

\u201cEvery time I solo a new student,\u201d McLearran says, smiling, \u201cI\u2019m back up there.\u201d

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PHOENIX \u2014 Health officials say the state of Arizona should be preparing for a major spike in flu cases.

The Centers for Disease Control says the flu is currently widespread in 21 states and the hardest hit are Arizona, California and Nevada.

While flu season is technically from early October to January, the Arizona Department of Health and Human Services says is has seen an increase in the number of cases confirmed in late January and early February.

Even in a year of moderate flu activity, tens of thousands of Americas could die. In Arizona, more than 4,000 people are hospitalized because of complications each year and up to 700 die.

Officials say the influenza virus is very contagious and the best way to prevent the illness is by receiving an annual vaccine.

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WASHINGTON (AP) \u2014 Ready for his big moment, Donald Trump swept into Washington on a military jet Thursday and quickly set to building better ties to the Republican Congress as he kicked off three days of inaugural festivities. Washington braced for an onslaught of crowds and demonstrators \u2014 with all the attendant hoopla and hand-wringing.

Trump was quickly taking on more of the trappings of the presidency, giving a salute to the Air Force officer who welcomed him as he stepped off the jet with wife Melania at Joint Base Andrews just outside Washington.

His first stop was a luncheon in a ballroom at his own hotel, where he gave a shout-out to GOP congressional leaders, declaring: \"I just want to let the world know we're doing very well together.\" House Speaker Paul Ryan, he said, will finally have someone to sign legislation into law. Then Trump veered into the territory of the unknowable to boast his Cabinet selections had \"by far the highest IQ of any Cabinet ever.\"

Just blocks away, the White House was quickly emptying out. President Barack Obama's schedule was clear beyond his daily briefing and his final weekly lunch with Vice President Joe Biden.

Vice President-elect Mike Pence, in a tweet, called Inauguration Eve \"a momentous day before a historic day,\" as security barricades and blockades went up around Washington in preparation for Friday's swearing-in ceremony and all of the hoopla and hand-wringing that comes with it.

\"We are all ready to go to work,\" Pence said at a morning news conference. \"In fact, we can't wait to get to work for the American people to make it great again.\"

Outgoing Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said he'd be putting on his \"favorite DHS jacket\" and taking to the streets to inspect security preparations for the inaugural festivities.

He told MSNBC's \"Morning Joe\" that areas where inaugural crowds will congregate will be \"extra fortified this year with dump trucks, heavily armored vehicles to prevent anybody who's not authorized from being in the area from driving something in there.\" He said there was \"no specific credible threat\" related to the inauguration.

Trump's public schedule for the inaugural celebration starts with an afternoon wreath-laying at Arlington National Cemetery. Next, a welcome concert on the steps of Lincoln Memorial ending with fireworks.

The two-hour concert, open to the public, was to feature country star Toby Keith, soul's Sam Moore, actor Jon Voight and The Piano Guys. Also performing: Lee Greenwood, DJ RaviDrums, 3 Doors Down, and The Frontmen of Country, featuring Tim Rushlow, Larry Stewart and Richie McDonald.

It won't include singer Jennifer Holliday, originally announced as one of the headliners. She backed out after an outcry from Trump critics.

Before departing for Washington, Trump announced his final Cabinet choice: former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue for agriculture secretary. Spokesman Sean Spicer said the president-elect was continuing to make \"edits and additions\" to the inaugural address he'll deliver at Friday's swearing-in.

Never mind about Trump's gilded private plane: He arrived on a Boeing 757 that is part of the fleet of military planes that become Air Force One whenever the president is aboard. The president-elect, who flew to Washington without any press on his plane, was joined on the trip by a gaggle of his children, grandchildren and other members of his extended family. Also spotted: bags of dresses and formalwear for the coming days' festivities.

At the luncheon, Trump invited his future first lady to speak, and Melania Trump told the crowd, \"Tomorrow we're starting the work,\" adding that \"there's \"a lot of possibility and a lot to take care of.\"

Donald Trump made sure to work in a plug for his hotel, saying, \"This is a gorgeous room. A total genius must have built this place.\" Reporters covering Trump's remark were removed from the room before the president-elect finished speaking.

Ebullient Trump fans were ready for a three-day party.

Jon-Paul and Jean Oldham of Thomaston, Connecticut, visited the National Mall on Thursday and had seats for Friday's inauguration.

\"We're hoping for good weather and hoping for some unity,\" said Jon-Paul Oldham, a firefighter and father of four. He said everyone should want Trump to succeed.

\"Wanting him to fail is like wanting the plane to crash but you're on the plane,\" he said.

New York Republicans kicked off their inauguration festivities with a breakfast Thursday morning at a downtown hotel.

The crowd, smushed into a ballroom to hear former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, roared as New York GOP Chairman Ed Cox boasted that a kid from Queens was going to be the next president of the United States.

\"It's going to be a remarkable couple of days,\" Gingrich said. \"Certainly this is the inauguration that no one in the news media was ready for.\"

He went on to describe Trump as \"part P.T. Barnum\" and predicted he would be one of the country's most accomplished presidents.

It does appear it may rain on Trump's parade.

Keeping a wary eye on the weather forecast for Inauguration Day, the National Park Service announced that it was easing its \"no umbrella\" policy for Friday, allowing collapsible umbrellas along the parade route and on the National Mall.

___

Associated Press Writers Julie Bykowicz, Jill Colvin and Jessica Gresko contributed to this report.

___

Follow Nancy Benac on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/nbenac

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PHOENIX \u2014 A man has been sentenced to two years of supervised probation with sex offender terms for secretly recorded his family in the bathroom of their Chandler home for several years.

Maricopa County Superior Court officials say 42-year-old Jason Travis Mekelburg was sentenced Thursday.

He pleaded guilty last month to two counts of attempting to commit unlawful viewing or tape recording.

The hidden camera was found in June 2016 by residents who moved in after the Mekelburgs.

Chandler police searched the house and found a DVR system in the attic and a camera mounting system in the master bedroom.

Court documents stated that there were more than 1,000 videos on the device and police estimated the videos were taken between 2011 and 2012.

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Global biotech giant Monsanto Co. has been taking a verbal pounding in public meetings on its plan to grow corn in an Avra Valley greenhouse on 7 acres.

More than 100 people packed a session Wednesday night on Tucson's west side aimed at providing information and taking public comment on the plan. Also discussed was the company\u2019s request for inclusion in a federal Foreign Trade Zone that would offer significant property tax breaks. The Pima County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to vote Feb. 21 on whether to support the trade zone designation for the Monsanto property.

Skeptical members of what at times was a standing-room-only audience grilled a Monsanto official and a Pima County official on many issues. They included the possible use of herbicides at the greenhouse \u2014 which the Monsanto official said would be \u201clittle or none\u201d \u2014 and the amount of tax breaks the company would receive.

\"It's a substantial savings, I'll tell you that,\" said Patrick Cavanaugh, Pima County's economic development director.

The greenhouse site at Twin Peaks and Sanders roads was billed a total of $1,956 for property taxes in 2015, said a recent memo from County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry. If Monsanto builds the greenhouse and gets the tax break, its total property tax bill after five years of greenhouse operations would be about $649,000. If the Foreign Trade Zone designation expires, Monsanto's total tax bill would rise to $1.445 million. The designations expire if a property owner doesn't use them for three years. As long as they are used for activity covered by a trade zone, the designations don't expire, said Tim Truman, a spokesman for the International Trade Administration at the U.S. Commerce Department.

Questioners asked if the county could stop this project \u2014 Cavanaugh said no \u2014and whether Monsanto ever intended to grow more crops in or out of a greenhouse on its total, 155-acre site. Monsanto\u2019s Amanda McClerren replied it has no such plans, but \"I wouldn't rule it out.\"

About 15 people commented, most opposing Monsanto. In the fourth of five county-run meetings on Monsanto, the audience reaction was similar to earlier meetings. Some in attendance Wednesday also attended earlier meetings. The final meeting is Thursday, Jan. 19, at 6 p.m. at the Quincie Douglas Center, 1575\u00a0 E 36th St.

Speakers raised concerns about potential health impacts of Roundup, a Monsanto herbicide; about Monsanto\u2019s pending merger with Bayer, another biotech giant; about impacts of genetically modified organisms used on Monsanto\u2019s seed crops; and about what they see as Monsanto\u2019s incompatibility with the county\u2019s burgeoning sustainable agriculture movement. At times, speakers grew emotional, alleging the company\u2019s work elsewhere has poisoned people and the natural environment, but many comments were far more substantive.

Monsanto's McClerren said that by using 80 percent less water than in a typical outdoor farm and by running a tightly controlled, enclosed environment, the greenhouse operation would be sustainable. That\u2019s the company\u2019s broader goal, said McLaren, who is lead project strategy official for the greenhouse effort. \u00a0

She said the company\u2019s efforts here and elsewhere are aimed at meeting growing food shortage concerns. With the world\u2019s population expected to reach 9.5 billion by 2050, and with protein a growing part of people\u2019s diets, if current agricultural productivity rates continue, by 2050, \u201cwe would need another South America to feed the world,\u201d she said.

The company will grow about half conventional and half-GMO crops here, she said, adding that it can grow as much corn in the greenhouse as it could grow outdoors on 192 acres.

\u201cSustainability, it\u2019s kind of a fancy word. It\u2019s about growing more with less,\u201d McClerren said as some crowd members said, \u201cNo respect, no respect.\u201d She continued, \"The greenhouse will allow us to deliver better products to growers faster.\"

Fiore Iannacone, a Food Conspiracy board member, read a statement from the food co-op saying, \u201cWe stand in solidarity with our community in opposition to Monsanto\u2019s project to develop property in Pima County for the purpose of developing experimental corn . . . We do not approve of Monsanto\u2019s plans, product or ethics. . . Monsanto is a threat to our local agricultural system and is not wanted here.\u201d

Speaker Meredith Skeath noted that Roundup\u2019s main ingredient, glyphosate, has been declared a probable carcinogen by the World Health Organization \u2014 a determination Monsanto is formally challenging. She said a major United Nations and World Bank-sponsored report concluded that genetically modified crops have little to offer to fight poverty, hunger and climate change, and that the report championed organic farming \u201cas a sustainable way forward for developing companies.\"

\u201cI understand you have no authority to keep Monsanto from doing what it wants. But I raise the ethical question that since our government is entrusted with safeguarding the health of our citizens, that you consider mandatory oversight of a corporation that poses a viable threat to our health and our environment,\u201d Skeath said.

Terisha Driggs, a St. David farmer who supports Monsanto, said she had visited company facilities in Hawaii and Brazil, and seen the positive impacts they make on the economy and local communities in general.

\u201cThey help build playgrounds, help employees build housing, they offer scholarships and incentives, they offer grants of $10,000 to $25,000 to schools,\u201d she said. Encouraging Pima County supervisors to study peer- reviewed journal articles on issues relating to Monsanto, she noted that \u201cI get a tax break because I\u2019m a farmer. It\u2019s the only way we can survive,\u201d although she added that Monsanto\u2019s tax break would be different from a farmer\u2019s standard agricultural tax reductions.

Supporter Victoria Hermosilla said she thinks that collaborative leadership on this project among Monsanto, Pima County and the University of Arizona will \"yield more positive leadership, more positive ideas as we move into the era of uncertainty with climate change.\"

But Dinah Bear, a private attorney and former general counsel for the U.S. Council on Environmental Quality, urged Pima County to advocate that the federal board that will decide on the foreign trade zone prepare an environmental assessment under the National Environmental Policy Act.

Federal regulations provide \u201csubstantive criteria\u201d that the government uses to make such decisions, she said, including a project\u2019s employment impact, its impact on related industries including organic farming, and whether it results in a significant public benefit.

Speaker Cynthia Rubiner said she understands from a farmer's perspective why it's nice to have this seed and that Monsanto would be using fewer pesticides on these indoor crops. But she also said all her relatives had to get out of farming due to competition from corporate agriculture and that she's concerned how corporate control affects the biodiversity of seeds.

\"Monoculture \u2014 we all know Monsanto is contributing to that. Everyone is growing the same seed. We've lost 93 percent of our seed diversity. That's pretty serious,\" she said.

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A 12-year veteran of the Oro Valley Police Department resigned in November, after it was discovered that he used his department phone to \"sext\" and exchange lewd photos while on duty, newly released documents show.

Jason P. Lindley, 40, resigned in lieu of termination on Nov. 14, after he was placed on administrative leave with pay on Oct. 19 while the department looked into the incident, according to OVPD's internal investigation.

Although Lindley quit before the investigation was complete, investigators with department's Office of Professional Standards determined that Lindley had violated several department policies, including engaging in sexual activity on duty, neglect of duty and conduct unbecoming of a department member, the report shows.

On Oct. 12, an unidentified police officer was using an anonymous social networking app called \"Whisper\" as part of an investigation when he or she discovered a post made two days before, showing a photo of an unknown male officer wearing a ballistic vest with the text \"Do women fantasize about cops?\" written over the image, the report says.

The person who posted the photo was in Oro Valley at the time and using the screen name \"five-oh,\" which led the officer to wonder if the person was pretending to be a cop or if an actual police officer was \"inappropriately using their position of trust and authority to leverage a romantic relationship,\" the report says.

The officer entered into a private chat with \"five-oh\" and asked him to send a photo, which he or she immediately recognized as Lindley. To make sure that the user was falsely claiming to be Lindley, the officer requested a photo in uniform and received a photo of Lindley in his OVPD uniform, with the name patch and badge removed, according to the report.

The officer sent screen shots of the correspondence to Sgt. Matthew Horetski with the Office Of Professional Standards, who opened an investigation the next day.

Lindley spoke to investigators on Oct. 19, telling them that he'd been using Whisper to chat for about a year and had previously dealt with a porn addiction. He admitted to taking pictures of his genitals and receiving sexually graphic photos from women while on-duty and with his department phone, according to the report.

He was placed on administrative leave and handed over his phone to investigators, who found 20,989 images, 141 videos and 9,178 chats. Of the videos, 126 were found to be sexual in nature.

There were multiple videos of Lindley masturbating, and a cross-reference with radio logs indicated that he was on-duty while he filmed at least one of the videos.

Horetski reviewed all of the images, saying in the report that only \"a small percentage\" of them weren't related to sexual content. None of the photos reflected child pornography, but Horetski noted that dozens of the photos were concerning, either because Lindley appeared in his uniform or department vehicle, or because of the graphic sexual nature, the report said.

Investigators also found references made by Lindley that he wouldn't give a traffic ticket to a woman who provided sexual favors.

On Nov. 14, Lindley returned for a follow-up interview but submitted his letter of resignation before answering any questions.

\"I find it extremely concerning that Officer Lindley would knowingly have any of the sexually explicit material on a department issued phone, let alone the sheer volume of explicit material that was found,\" Horetski wrote in the report. \"Acting in this manner while on duty, compounded by an incident in which Officer Lindley was sending and receiving sexually explicit material with more than one person while on the way to, and while at a SWAT call out, is a serious breach of the public's trust.\"

Lindley is scheduled to appear before the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board next week, during which the board will decide whether to an accept an agreement with Lindley for discipline of his state certification, according to AZPOST records.

\"We want the community to know that when we found out about this situation, we investigated quickly,\" said Lt. Kara Riley, an OVPD spokeswoman, expressing the department's apologies to the community regarding the situation.

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It\u2019s Breanna Workman's senior year, and she\u2019s all in.

This is nothing new for the Arizona Wildcats forward.

Her father, Haywoode, spent a decade with the NBA's Hawks, Bullets, Pacers, Bucks and Raptors and is now a referee in the league. Workman prepped at Las Vegas Centennial High School, which has won eight state titles and is currently ranked No. 2 in the country.

\u201cIn high school my coach was intense,\u201d said Workman, who led her team to the state championship title in her sophomore year of high school. \u201cI carried this into college and it has set me apart from others. I work really hard. No one outworks me.\"\u00a0

And so Workman watches extra film, spends extra time with coaches, or simply calls her dad to talk ball. Whatever it takes.\u00a0

The Wildcats will need Workman and her teammates to be sharp this weekend, when they face two of the best teams in the league. Arizona will face No. 10 Stanford on Friday night and Cal on Sunday. The UA was swept by both teams in the first weekend of Pac-12 play. \u00a0

Workman was solid in both games, posting a combined 22 points and 11 rebounds while containing the players she defended. She limited Cal's Kristine Anigwe to limited to 16 points\u2014she was averaging 24.4 points per game at that time in the season\u2014 \u00a0and was forced into foul trouble.

Her opponents have noticed her presence.

\u201cBreanna Workman is one of those players in the league where I see her on film and wonder: \u2018she\u2019s still there?\u201d Cal coach Lindsay Gottlieb said. \u201cIt seems like she\u2019s been scoring points for them for five years. Breanna is an athletic, fluid post player who can hurt you in a number of ways. She\u2019s good in the face up game, she\u2019s good on the block and she\u2019s effective in transition. She\u2019s also a tireless worker who\u2019s going to give great effort on every play.\u201d

Back to her effort\u2014it\u2019s consistent, every game, every possession. Workman is averaging 8.6 points per game and grabbed 80 rebounds. And yet there is so much more to her game.

\u201cShe is one of the most mature players,\u201d said Arizona associate head coach Sunny Smallwood. \u201cShe\u2019s focused on knowing the game plan and (has) a \u2018what\u2019s next?' mentality thought process. She knows what everyone on the court should be doing.\u201d

Workman tries to make things easier for her teammates by talking, especially on defense. Her other focus is bringing that intensity to every game.

In fact, after a non-conference game earlier in the season, she commented that the reason for the uptick in her game was that her \u201cidentity was aggressive.\u201d

\u201cI try to take people out of their element,\u201d said Workman. \u201cI pick my poison and chose when to be aggressive. I am strategic in how I defend.

\u201cI like to mind-game. It helps me on defense. I watch a lot of film and know their tendencies so I can limit them to half their average. I don\u2019t let them do what they want to do. I force them to take tough shots and get the rebound. I take a lot of pride in not letting the person I am defending score \u2014 I don\u2019t care if I\u2019m going up against the best posts in the country or best guards.\u201d

Workman has a secret weapon in her dad, one of just three NBA officials with experience playing in the league.\u00a0

Monday night, he worked the Phoenix Suns' 106-101 loss to the Utah Jazz. Breanna and her dad time together before the game.\u00a0

\u201cHe gives me a different perspective being a ref,\u201d said Workman. \u201cIt gives me an advantage. I know what the refs are looking for, how to draw fouls and off-ball fouls. The little things that can erase certain plays by knowing where to be at certain times.

\u201c(Monday) we watched the Washington State game (on tape). He told me some things to adjust and areas to improve. We also talked about school and what I\u2019m going to do when I graduate.\u201d

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The Arizona Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Feb. 28 in a case that challenges a 2016 law that allows the state to withhold state-shared revenues from the city of Tucson if it continues to refuse to destroy handguns and semi-automatic weapons.

The Tucson City Council opted to temporarily suspend the practice late last year after Attorney General Mark Brnovich demanded that the Council repeal its 2005 ordinance requiring the destruction of most firearms seized by police. Shortly afterward, Brnovich asked the Court to cut off the city\u2019s state aid.

The state's highest court set a date for the hearing next month but has taken the unusual step of not accepting jurisdiction in the case. The city of Tucson has petitioned the Supreme Court to allow the yet untested law, SB 1487, to be first heard in Pima County Superior Court.

The Court has also ordered both the city and Attorney General's Office to submit legal arguments on six core issues testing the constitutionality of SB 1487 and whether Tucson's ordinance defies existing state law.

Written legal arguments are due by Feb. 15 and are limited to 30 pages.

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DEAR DR. ROACH: How does one differentiate between reclusiveness and agoraphobia? I realize both are medical terms/diagnoses. \u2014 T.H.

ANSWER: Of the two, only agoraphobia is a medical diagnosis. Reclusiveness is a personality trait with a broad definition, meaning someone who is withdrawn from society. In agoraphobia, this tendency is associated with intense fear or anxiety in at least two of the following situations: using public transportation; being in open spaces; being in enclosed places; standing in line or being in a crowd; and being outside alone. The diagnosis of agoraphobia is very specific in terms of the amount of fear, anxiety and incapacity caused by these situations. It requires experience to make this diagnosis, so I think it's reasonable to seek out an expert (usually a psychiatrist or psychologist) to make the diagnosis and discuss treatment.

I often hear people use medical terms to describe a person's symptoms, but people can have tendencies toward a particular disease or condition without meeting strict criteria for a diagnosis. This is often because the degree of severity to make the diagnosis is so high. For example, I hear people described as narcissistic, but the diagnosis of a narcissistic personality disorder requires multiple criteria. Everyone should be careful of using medical diagnoses lightly, but particularly medical professionals who are in the media.

DEAR DR. ROACH: My daughter refuses to immunize my grandchildren, ages 3 and 5. All I am asking is that they get the tetanus shot. She said that if I can find a solo shot with just tetanus, she would agree to it. Does such a thing exist? If so, how can I get her doctor to order it? \u2014 C.G.

ANSWER: Although there is a vaccine that includes only tetanus toxoid, it is indicated only for those over 7 as a booster against tetanus. For your grandchildren's ages, the DTaP vaccine is recommended.

I don't understand why your daughter would be willing to protect her children against tetanus but not willing to protect her children from pertussis, a serious disease lasting for weeks, whose complications include seizures and encephalopathy. Similarly, diphtheria is very rare in the U.S., but it still exists worldwide. Without vigilance, it could return. Diphtheria killed many thousands of children per year in the United States before the vaccine was introduced. In December, there were multiple cases of diphtheria reported in Australia.

I understand that you want to protect your grandchildren as much as possible, but the safest way to protect them against tetanus also protects them against pertussis and diphtheria.

DEAR DR. ROACH: I just found out that I was exposed to Agent Orange when I was in Thailand. Can Agent Orange cause peripheral neuropathy?\u2014 J.H.

ANSWER: According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, peripheral neuropathy that occurred within one year of exposure to Agent Orange is presumed to be due to Agent Orange and therefore is eligible for disability compensation and health care. The agency made this determination following an Institute of Medicine report showing some evidence of a link, although it wasn't definite.

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Among the many questions still remaining about Allonzo Trier is whether his PED-related suspension will affect his NBA stock.

Trier wasn\u2019t a surefire NBA first-round pick last spring when he opted to return as a sophomore, and he\u2019s now sitting at No. 57 in Draft Express\u2019 latest mock 2017 draft. That isn\u2019t upward momentum.

What if Trier was the Wildcats\u2019 leading scorer? Half of a 1-2 punch with projected lottery pick Lauri Markkanen? What\u00a0if Trier hit a game-winner to beat Butler at the buzzer, and the Wildcats were now 17-1 and ranked in the Top 5?

\u201cI think the fact that he isn\u2019t playing affects him,\u201d Draft Express president Jonathan Givony said Thursday. \u201cAnytime he\u2019s on sidelines and not helping his team it\u2019s not going to improve his stock. \u2026 He never was considered a lottery-level prospect so anytime you sit out more than half a season it isn\u2019t going to help you.\u201d

While some NBA scouts have indicated to the Star they aren\u2019t overly concerned about the use of a PED itself by Trier \u2014 in part because he isn't on the lottery radar at this point \u2014 Givony said it\u2019s not possible to tell exactly if it will affect him because there isn\u2019t enough information.

\u201cI think the details really matter of what he took, who gave it to him, and what were the circumstances,\u201d Givony said.


So who did give it to him? How did he get that injury in the offseason? And what drug did he take that\u2019s still lurking in his system some four months after he first tested positive?

There has been considerable speculation over every one of those questions, of course. And they are all questions Trier will have to answer before he gets to an NBA Draft, whether publicly or in interviews with NBA teams.\u00a0

One common question now is why didn\u2019t Trier say anything already? Wouldn\u2019t have his story about trying to recover from an offseason injury have at least partially quashed notions that he was trying to gain a competitive edge in games?

Trier\u2019s story about PED use was already pretty well known in college basketball and NBA circles by November, and he was conditionally cleared to return pending a clean test. He also made it clear he was not administered the drug by a UA staffer, though that in and of itself is no excuse.

Theoretically, Trier has had the right to address all that and more at any point. After all, student privacy rules only bind those around the student, not the actual student.

Trier could have spoken at any time, though Arizona has not made him available for interviews since September, subbed him out of Pac-12 media day in October and did not respond to the Star's request for an interview.\u00a0

UA and the NCAA steadfastly declined comment while Trier remained unavailable, creating a storm of rumors and speculation that grew as the season went on (similar to the way the Elliott Pitts situation did last season, except that Trier is even more high profile). We have published numerous stories detailing as much as possible about Trier's situation within our policy of avoiding unnamed sources in print, and the story has gained considerable local and national attention.

An ESPN roundtable pegged Trier as the No. 1 disappointment in college basketball, in large part because of Arizona's lack of transparency. Finally, on Wednesday night, Jeff Goodman\u2019s ESPN.com story detailing Trier's use of a PED and need to test clean prompted Trier to make a statement through the school.

Trier\u2019s statement (attached to this post as a photo, if you click on the arrow in the Trier-Markkanen photo) said he won\u2019t comment further at this point, and that he has asked the UA athletic department not to release any more information, which means there will still be rumors swirling.

And while Trier said he is unsure of whether he\u2019ll test clean and be able to play, there also is no mention of how often he is tested\u2026 so, in many ways, no telling when or if he comes back this season.

He's in largely the same place. And so is everybody else.


BTW, the NCAA says it does not publish a comprehensive list of all banned drugs, but posts examples here. That list and the NCAA's drug-testing guide are attached as PDFs.


Stories in the Los Angeles Times and Orange County Register\u00a0detailed how\u00a0USC found its four-overtime win against Arizona last season something of a tide-turning event. Certainly, it appeared to be a big one for the Andy Enfield era.

However, Elijah Stewart's remark of Arizona that \"by tradition they just come in here and wreck shop\" hasn't really been true lately.

Arizona has only won two of six games at USC under Miller. Historically, USC has been troublesome for the Wildcats in the same way that Oregon State has been \u2013 perceived as the easier opponent of a two-game swing, usually with a smaller crowd and duller atmosphere \u2026 yet fully capable of winning.

Maybe it will help the Wildcats this time that UA coach Sean Miller has been reminding them of how tough USC is, while the memory of last season\u2019s thriller is no doubt still in the heads of the returning UA players.

Plus, Miller said his players know on their own why they should be motivated.

\u201cCollege players know when other college players are good,\u201d Miller said. \u201cThey know who\u2019s on USC\u2019s roster. Our players respect them a ton, and they should.\u201d


Miller said Chimezie Metu\u2019s first-half play and USC\u2019s poise struck him in reviewing how the Trojans beat Colorado 71-68 last Saturday,

\u201cMetu took over, him having 21 in one (first) half that\u2019s all you have to say,\u201d Miller said. \u201cThey weathered Colorado\u2019s lead in the first half because of him, and they\u2019re a poised team. They\u2019re in their third year (with guys who have) had big roles in their first two years.

\u201cI love Jordan McLaughlin\u2019s game as a point guard. He probably has as much meaning to his team as anyone we\u2019ve faced. He makes great decisions. He can score. When he\u2019s going well, it just seems like his team is going well. Elijah Stewart is in his third year and he hurt us badly last year, and they have one of the best freshmen in the conference in (De\u2019Anthony) Melson. You add Bennie Boatwright to their team and they\u2019re even better.\u201d


Boatwright won\u2019t be playing tonight with a knee sprain, however. Enfield told the Times he's hoping Boatwright can return to practice soon.


Bob Elliott will be Arizona's inductee this year into the Pac-12 Hall of Honor.


Miller and assistant Mark Phelps went to see 2018 target David Singleton after arriving Wednesday.


Our full advance coverage is attached to this post.

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Hockey is important to me, as much more than merely a sport, because it has taught me real-world lessons.

Hockey has made me a better person. It has taught me the importance of loyalty. It has taught me about the worthiness of working with others, and it has taught me about unselfishness. And perhaps most of all, hockey has taught me about true leadership.

Do not confuse a boss with a leader, whether in Washington D.C. or on a hockey bench. A boss is often placed in charge, and might not be qualified. A true leader simply is in charge, and that can only happen if he or she is actually qualified.

The Tucson Roadrunners' leadership starts with team president Bob Hoffman, who is exceedingly qualified.

\u201cYou can\u2019t be a great leader without being respected, and I don\u2019t think you can gain people\u2019s respect from treating them badly,\" he said. \"You have to have that voice of reason.

\u201cA staff watches how (a leader) conducts themselves, their professionalism, and how they act with people, how they talk with people.\"\u00a0

Head coach Mark Lamb agrees. \u201cYou don\u2019t want to do that (be a bully) for sure\u201d he said. \u201cYou want to be honest, treat people with respect, try to show them the right way.\u201d

I was not surprised by these Roadrunner observations. I\u2019ve heard the same winning attitudes from my hockey mentors for decades. There\u2019s a true meeting of minds in the Roadrunners organization about this kind of leadership, too, echoed from players, to the head coach, to management.

Team general manager Doug Soetaert noted the importance of mentorship in creating a leadership style. Soetaert\u2019s guide was NHL great Serge Savard, who became the GM of the Montreal Canadiens, with Soetaert as one of the team\u2019s goaltenders in the mid- 1980s.

\u201cHe was very thoughtful, sincere, very professional, and he conducted himself in a classy way,\u201d Soetaert said. \u201cThat\u2019s the style I try to pattern myself off of.\u201d

\u201cI think it\u2019s important for people to know you are honest and fair in your evaluations,\u201d he continued. \u201cTreat people with respect and be honest with them and you can get everyone on the same page.\u201d

Soetaert also learned another essential leadership quality from Savard. \u201cUse your eyes more than your mouth,\u201d Soetaert said. Ah, yes, if we gathered more information before speaking, then perhaps we\u2019d all consider thoughtfulness more important than insults.

But speaking up at the right time does have a vital place in hockey leadership, too.

Some hockey leaders prefer to show the way by example, from their play, but Roadrunner forward Christian Fischer prefers another approach.

\u201cVocal leadership works best for me,\u201d Fischer said. \u201cIt\u2019s always great when you have the veteran players play the right way, but with such a young group it\u2019s good to have the guys step up and tell us exactly what it is we need to do, and what the team needs to do.\u201d

That input has helped Fischer rack up points at a rate that earned him a recent AHL Player of the Week Award.

You\u2019ll also find hard work, personal sacrifice, and humility in true leaders. That means you do what is best for your entire team \u2013 even the guys you might not like \u2013 not just for yourself. You must think of others to succeed in hockey. Selfishness and braggadocio ultimately gets you nowhere.

\u201cThe guys who are the most effective leaders are the guys who do the right things, they guys who pay the price for the team to win,\u201d coach Lamb adds.

Leadership also comes from actual knowledge that can come only from relevant experience and dedication. \u201cWe\u2019ve been brought up in a team atmosphere,\u201d Lamb notes. \u201cWe\u2019ve all played the game, we\u2019ve played it our whole life, and we know the game of hockey.\u201d

You see, you cannot fake actual information, knowledge, and facts in the hockey world. It would never help a real hockey leader, for instance, if they believed phony statistics from a fake news source.

Your personality also counts when it comes to true leadership.

\u201cYour emotions need to be channeled in the right directions. Being too emotional, too off the wall, too critical can get you in trouble,\u201d said Lamb.

It is no coincidence that these essential leadership qualities \u2014 unselfishness, respect for others, respect for intelligence and facts, true humility, and emotional balance \u2014 are preeminent in my mind today.

We all would benefit if more of us valued \u2013 and demanded \u2013 these hockey qualities out in the real world.

Their absence endangers us all.

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Tucson police are investing a suspicious death near the Greyhound bus station downtown.

Shortly after 7 a.m. people walking in the area noticed an unresponsive person and called 911, said Sgt. Pete Dugan, a Tucson Police Department spokesman.

The Tucson Fire Department came out and pronounced the adult male dead.

The victim has been identified, but police are waiting to contact next of kin before releasing the man's name.

The investigation is in the early stages, but detectives are trying to determine if the man died at the scene or died elsewhere and was moved, Dugan said.

More information will be released as it becomes available.

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WHAT: During this inauguration weekend, it should be interesting to view another swearing in on March 4, 1861. Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, took office amid a divided country and rumors of an assassination plot. The situation was tense; sharpshooters guarded the windows and roof of the Capitol as thousands gathered to witness the swearing-in.

Several photographers were on hand to document the event. A large salt print from that event, believed to be the only surviving one to hit auction, brought $27,500 in a late 2016 auction of early photographs and Lincoln memorabilia at Sotheby's New York.

MORE: The photo is attributed to Alexander Gardner, 1821-1882, who at one point ran the Washington studio of photographer Matthew Brady. Known as a frequent photographer of Lincoln at this point in his lifespan, Gardner had photographed Lincoln as president-elect.

SMART COLLECTORS KNOW: Determining exact photographers who took early photos of Lincoln is difficult. In 1861, several artists and at least three photographers attended the first inauguration to document the event.

HOT TIP: The photo is a large salt print, remarkable for the long shot and amount of detail captured. This view of a historic scene is unique as it documents particulars including wooden scaffolding at the Capitol dome.

BOTTOM LINE: In its search for attribution to Gardner, the auction house studied archives and consulted varied specialists, including historians and a former curator at the National Portrait Gallery.

MORE: How smart is this? To hype attention for Sotheby's 2017 Americana Week auctions (Jan. 18-21) including a family archive of letters and manuscripts from/by Alexander Hamilton, the house featured a media session highlighting the set designer for \"Hamilton\" the musical, along with members of the company. Assorted specialists also appeared. Public viewing features auction lots staged on floors of the auction house.

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PHOENIX \u2014 Law enforcement officers in Utah and Nevada separately stopped and released an Arizona homicide suspect before he was declared a wanted man.

Caleb Bartels, 27, was stopped on Sunday night in northern Arizona and again by Utah officials. On Monday, he was stopped by Nevada law enforcement.

All three incidents took place before a nationwide warrant was issued for his arrest, authorities say.

The warrant says Bartels is wanted for the killing early Sunday morning of Ryne Zahner, a teacher a Mesa High School who was shot in his home's backyard.

Police believe Bartels and Zahner were friends and former roommates who had a falling out.

Before that warrant was issued, the Arizona Department of Public Safety stopped Bartels around 5:30 p.m. in northern Arizona, just 13 hours after the shooting.

The Utah Highway Patrol stopped him again around 10 p.m., where a trooper found an AR-15, a pistol and fully-loaded magazine in the vehicle. There was no warrant issued for Bartels' arrest and the trooper had no indication he was prohibited from possessing a firearm. He was let go.

The next day, about an hour before a warrant was sent to law enforcement nationwide, the Nevada Highway Patrol stopped Bartels in West Wendover, Nevada, for a headlight violation. Records indicate no action was taken and Bartels was allowed to proceed.

Law enforcement officials are still searching for Bartels, who they believe may have fled to Sacramento, California; Reno, Nevada, or Beaverton, Oregon. He is considered armed and dangerous.

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With the AFC and NFC Championship games scheduled for this weekend and the Super Bowl right around the corner, it seems an appropriate time to start thinking about game day snacks.

DirecTV has taken some of the work out of brainstorming delicious dishes by analyzing more than 25,000 Instagram posts with #gameday to figure out which foods were mentioned the most and which received the most likes.

\"Looking at the most popular #gameday posts on Instagram, we discovered a definite trend in favored foods, suggesting that while classics (like #nofilter chicken wings) still hold a special place in the heart of the nation, vegan offerings have recently taken game day by storm,\" the article says.

They took the analysis a step further and broke it down into favorite foods by state. Arizona- never one to follow the crowd- was one of four states to pick pizza as its favorite game day food.

Check out the full post here\u00a0and read the in-depth snack analysis.

What's your favorite tailgate food? Tell us in the comments section.

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It's here! The strongest winter storm of the season will be arriving to town tonight, and a Winter Storm Warning will be in effect from 8 p.m. tonight through Saturday morning for elevations above 5,000 feet.

Expect light to moderate valley rain and mountain snow tonight through tomorrow morning, then moderate to locally heavy rain (and mountain snow) as early as Friday afternoon. Storm activity is expected to peak Friday night into Saturday morning, but gusty winds are very likely during this storm.

High: 60

Low: 49

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A downed power pole has closed North La Cholla Boulevard to all traffic between West Wetmore Road and West Gardner Lane, authorities said.

A Northwest Fire spokesman said electric lines never touched the truck and firefighters safely extricated the driver, who was uninjured. TEP shut down power to the area as a precaution. La Cholla will be closed between La Osa and Gardner while crews replace the pole and wires.

Drivers are asked to find another route.

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For an up-to-date and interactive map of crimes in and around Tucson, clink on the link below.

Map: Crime in and around Tucson

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Dear Amy: My husband and I each got an iPhone recently.

We each downloaded the \u201cFind My Friend\u201d app. Ever since then, he has been tracking me when I go out, saying that he is \u201ctesting\u201d the app.

I know this because the app occasionally does not work and when I get back home, he asks me repeatedly if I have turned it off, which I have not.

I suspect that he is \u201ctesting\u201d this app more frequently then he admits to. I have no problem having this app on my phone, and never go anywhere that I don\u2019t want him to know about, but I think it is very creepy that he can track me.

I have asked him not to use the tracking app and to call me if he needs to get hold of me, and only if he is seriously concerned about my safety.

He thinks this is irrational and unreasonable. He brought up the possibility that I must be doing something that I don\u2019t want him to know about. I\u2019m not. I am usually just running errands.

Am I wrong? I feel like I am being stalked.

\u2014 M

Dear M: You feel like you are being stalked, because you are being stalked.

This is a \u201cvoluntary stalking,\u201d because you deliberately downloaded the app, but all the same, you should not submit to it.

You should either use the \u201chide\u201d feature or delete this application, which makes it possible for people in your network to learn your location, to stalk you, to rob your house while you are away (if your husband\u2019s phone is lost or stolen, your location will be revealed).

Unless you and your husband are planning to attend a music festival where you will need to find one another in a crowd, there is no reason for you to have it.

You should also consider turning off the location tracker on your phone, which can additionally reveal your whereabouts (without you being aware of it).

This is more of a threat to your security than a protection.

You and your husband are both new to this, but what you need to adjust to is the very real relinquishment of your personal freedom (and data). Please don\u2019t let your \u201csmartphone\u201d be smarter than you are.

If your husband doesn\u2019t like your choices regarding your right to run errands without revealing your every move, then too bad. You trust him to conduct his day according to his own judgment, and he needs to trust you, too.

Your shared naivete concerning this technology is understandable; his accusation is troubling.

Dear Amy: I liked your answer to \u201cBent out of Shape,\u201d whose husband refused to clean out his car until his pastor suggested it.

I agree that she should stop doing this chore for him. If she follows your advice, she will be more serene about a situation she cannot control.

\u2014 A Fan

Dear Fan: She should also refuse to ride in his car, if at all possible.

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Suspended Arizona Wildcats guard Allonzo Trier tested positive for a banned performance-enhancing drug and said he won\u2019t play again until the drug completely leaves his body.

In a UA statement issued Wednesday night, Trier said he was \u201cshocked\u201d that he tested positive for a trace amount of a banned PED in a random NCAA drug test earlier this season. He was responding to an ESPN.com report citing unnamed sources that said he won an appeal for a positive PED test but remains unable to play until he tests clean.

Trier said he suffered an injury in the offseason and said the drug was administered as part of his recovery.

\u201cI have never knowingly taken a banned substance,\u201d Trier said in his statement. \u201cAfter finding out that I was given a banned substance by a well-intentioned, but misguided person not associated with the University after an injury, I presented this information to the NCAA.

\u201cThe NCAA agreed that I had no knowledge of receiving the substance and my eligibility was restored. Although I can practice and travel with the team, I am not allowed to resume playing in games until the substance completely leaves my body even at a trace amount. Unfortunately, I am unsure of when that time will be, but I hope it is soon.\u201d

Trier also thanked his family, coaches, teammates, attorney and athletic department, but said he wouldn\u2019t comment further.

There was no comment in the statement from UA coach Sean Miller or UA AD Greg Byrne, both of whom have declined to comment about Trier\u2019s status since speculation of a positive drug test surfaced in the preseason.

However, Miller recently has publicly indicated signs of frustration.

Miller told the College Hoops Podcast on Monday that Trier\u2019s case is a \u201conce in a lifetime\u201d circumstance and later told local reporters he was \u201cambivalent\u201d about Trier\u2019s chances of playing this season. Trier has missed all 18 of UA\u2019s regular-season games and also did not play in the Wildcats\u2019 two exhibition games, though he has practiced with the team.

\u201cI don\u2019t have control of the situation,\u201d Miller said. \u201cSo when you\u2019re dealing with a crisis or adversity, and we\u2019ve had plenty here over the least nine months, you finally settle into what can you really control. \u2026

\u201cHe does what he\u2019s supposed to. He practices hard every day. He\u2019s in great physical condition but he\u2019s not allowed to play and it\u2019s not my choice. And it\u2019s just one of those situations that I wish was different but it\u2019s not.\u201d

Not only has Trier been practicing all season, but Miller said Trier was cleared by the NCAA to begin traveling for the Wildcats\u2019 Dec. 3 game with Gonzaga in Los Angeles. It is unclear if that change occurred after Trier conditionally won his appeal, though Miller said at the time it represented nothing.

\u201cThe only good sign is when he walks out there and plays,\u201d Miller said.

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A mother facing child abuse charges after her daughter was severely burned in a bathtub was attacked by two Pima County jail inmates, an official said.

Samantha Osteraas, who initially declined protective custody, had her life threatened, and she was punched and her hair pulled, said Lt. Elsa Navarro of the Pima County Sheriff's Department Wednesday.

The incident occurred Jan. 11 in the living area of a housing unit, said Navarro, who oversees the jail's special management housing.

Since then, Osteraas was placed in protective custody. She received medical treatment, but her injuries were not serious, Navarro said.

Osteraas was booked into jail Jan. 5 on two counts of child abuse after her 5-year-old daughter suffered third-degree burns to 80 percent of her body during a Dec. 29 incident, according to Pima County Superior Court documents.

\"She was assaulted by a couple of inmates who saw the news, and told her it was retaliation because she hurt her child,\" Navarro said.

Osteraas reported the assault after it occurred, and detectives conducted an investigation.

The inmates involved were disciplined internally, each receiving days of solitary confinement to their quarters, said Navarro.

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For the last six months, Pastor Scotty Gurul\u00e9 has received compliments from Facebook friends about his church\u2019s remodel.

Except it wasn\u2019t a typical remodel.

In June, a storm tore the roof off of Covenant Generations Church; destroyed its lighting, sound and audiovisual equipment and soaked its carpets, chairs and walls \u2014 just one month after the church paid off its mortgage.

Jamie Gurul\u00e9, who co-pastors the church with her husband, told the Star in June that when the storm hit the church, neighbors said \u201cit sounded like a bomb went off.\u201d

Pieces of the roof flew down the street.

Finally, after a month of meeting in a tent and then five months of squeezing into the fellowship hall, the congregation moved back to its usual space on Sunday, Jan. 1.

\u201cEven when it was uncomfortable we didn\u2019t lose anybody,\u201d said Scotty Gurul\u00e9. \u201cIt was almost unbearably uncomfortable, and people don\u2019t like to be crammed. You need elbow room. But they didn\u2019t quit.\u201d

On Wednesday, Jan. 18, the church at 2550 N. Tucson Blvd. celebrated its reopening at its evening service with a small festival. On Sunday, Jan. 22, the church will celebrate its 14 years.

The repairs are approaching $500,000, Gurul\u00e9 said. Insurance covered most of the renovations, but the church is contributing about $50,000 of its own cash for some upgrades.

Redoing the stucco on the exterior of the building is the final step, and the church expects that to be complete within 30 days.

\u201cIt has been a journey,\u201d Gurul\u00e9 said.

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Southern Arizona congregations are forming a new coalition of multiple faiths to provide haven to undocumented refugees and immigrants.

The coalition, announced Wednesday, is part of a national Sanctuary Movement made up by more than 800 religious congregations.

The declaration comes in response to President-elect Donald Trump\u2019s pledge to round up and deport up to 3 million immigrants with criminal records, including misdemeanor traffic violations.

\u201cThe safe havens are the ones that we create,\u201d said the Rev. Alison Harrington, pastor of Southside Presbyterian Church, 317 W. 23rd Street. She spoke at a news conference where more than 20 congregations in Southern Arizona were represented.

About 100 people took a pledge to support and provide sanctuary to those here illegally working in hopes of providing better lives for their families. Now these undocumented immigrants fear deportation and their families being split apart.

\u201cWe are veterans in this fight for justice,\u201d said Harrington, referring to religious communities who have provided shelter, food, water and legal representation to immigrants in need.

Rosa Robles Loreto, who ended 15 months in sanctuary at Southside in 2015 to avoid being deported, said through tears: \u201cThis community is willing to help and walk along our journey.\u201d

She said Trump has let undocumented immigrants know that \u201che is not with us, and this church and others are willing to walk along this journey with us.\u201d

Robles Loreto moved into the church when U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement issued a deportation order Aug. 8, 2014. The order stemmed from a traffic stop for an incorrect lane change.

ICE maintained that she was not a high priority for deportation. Once Robles Loreto left sanctuary, her Attorney Margo Cowan said she reached a confidential agreement with federal immigration authorities that allows Robles Loreto to live without fear of deportation.

Southside Presbyterian Church was the birthplace for the Sanctuary Movement of the 1980s, which aided Central Americans who said they were fleeing their countries because of religious and political persecution.

The religious congregations also will work to protect those brought to this country illegally as children but who had not yet turned 30 when the Deferred Action Childhood Arrival program was created under President Obama\u2019s administration in 2012. This includes youths, who are also known as Dreamers, who hope to attain a college education.

The declaration from Tucson faith leaders comes as part of the Sanctuary Movement\u2019s National Week of Action.

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Suspended Arizona Wildcats guard Allonzo Trier said Wednesday night he was \"shocked\" to have tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug, and remains unsure when he will play again because the drug must be completely out of his system.

Trier was responding via a UA statement to an ESPN.com story citing unnamed sources that said\u00a0he tested positive for a PED in September and won an appeal, but that the NCAA hasn't allowed him to play until the drug is completely out of his system.

Trier, who has not been made available for comment since September, suffered an off-court injury last offseason and said the drug was administered as part of his recovery.

Trier's statement read:

\"Earlier this season, I was notified that I tested positive for a trace amount of a banned performance-enhancing drug following an NCAA random test and I was shocked. I have never knowingly taken a banned substance. After finding out that I was given a banned substance by a well-intentioned, but misguided person not associated with the University after an injury, I presented this information to the NCAA. The NCAA agreed that I had no knowledge of receiving the substance and my eligibility was restored. Although I can practice and travel with the team, I am not allowed to resume playing in games until the substance completely leaves my body even at a trace amount. Unfortunately, I am unsure of when that time will be, but I hope it is soon.

\"I want to thank my family, coaches, teammates, my attorney and the athletics department for their support during this difficult time. I will not have any further comment at this time. In addition, I have asked the athletics department to respect my privacy by not answering any questions or releasing any information beyond this statement.\"

While UA and the NCAA have declined comment on Trier since speculation first surfaced in the preseason about a positive drug test, UA coach Sean Miller has indicated public signs of frustration.

Miller told a college basketball podcast Monday that Trier's case is a \"once in a lifetime\" circumstance and later told local reporters he was \"ambivalent\" about Trier's chances of playing this season. Trier has missed all 18 of UA's regular-season games and also did not play in the Wildcats' two exhibition games, though he has practiced with the team.

Miller said Trier was cleared by the NCAA to begin traveling for the Wildcats' Dec. 3 game with Gonzaga in Los Angeles. However, when asked if that represented progress in the case, Miller said it meant nothing.

The Star's policy is generally not to run stories with unnamed sources, so the ESPN.com story wasn't scheduled to be in Thursday's edition until UA responded to it on the record with Trier's statement.

A positive PED test is consistent with the circumstances that have been publicly outlined for Trier's departure -- Trier is not in any local court records except for minor traffic offenses, Miller has said his timeline is not related to the academic calendar (meaning it wasn't likely academic related) and NCAA extra benefits violations are typically assigned a definitive number of games depending on the circumstances.

UA and the NCAA had declined comment about Trier's status to the Star since speculation about a positive drug test started in the preseason. The Star has also filed two public records requests, including one in October about the results of drug testing in the Arizona athletic program. But that request was largely unanswered, with the school citing student privacy laws (the responses are attached as PDF files).

A second, related public records request from the Star to UA sent on Dec. 20 has still not been answered. Two follow-up emails to the NCAA requesting comment about Trier and the categorization of penalties have also not been answered.

A positive drug test is rare in college sports. The NCAA told the Star in October that it tested 12,928 athletes in 2015-16 and had 149 sanctioned outcomes, the net result after subtracting positive results that were cleared through a medical exception review.\u00a0

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The acclaimed Miraval resort has been acquired by national hotel chain Hyatt Corp.

The $215 million sale includes all of New York-based Miraval Group\u2019s properties in Tucson; Austin, Texas; Lenox, Massachusetts; and Dana Point, California.

\u201cThe Miraval acquisition reflects our commitment to super-serving the high-end traveler and finding new ways to understand and care for them,\u201d said Mark Hoplamazian, Hyatt\u2019s president and chief executive officer.

\u201cWe know that wellness is an area that is becoming increasingly important to our guests and we share Miraval\u2019s belief that wellness is more than fitness and nutrition \u2013 it\u2019s a lifestyle.

\u201cAdding Miraval to the Hyatt family creates a great opportunity to advance the Miraval brand expansion while building a greater depth of expertise in wellness and mindfulness.\u201d

Miraval\u2019s flagship location at 5000 E. Via Estancia Miraval, north of Catalina State Park, is considered one of the country\u2019s leading wellness resorts and is frequented by many celebrities. The 400-acre resort has received top rankings from industry magazines.

The formerly Tucson-based resort was bought by KSL Capital Partners LLC in 2014. It was opened in 1995 by AOL co-founder Steve Case.

Hyatt plans to invest about $160 million within the next three years to expand the Tucson resort and redevelop the ones in Austin and Lenox.

A $3.5 million construction project is underway to add 10 bungalows at the local property.

Global wellness tourism revenues grew from $494.1 billion in 2013 to $563.2 billion in 2015. The 14 percent growth rate is more than twice that of overall tourism (6.9 percent), according to data from the Global Wellness Institute.

Hyatt plans to create a new wellness category within the company and Miraval\u2019s president and CEO, Steven Rudnitsky, will continue to operate the resort.

\u201cWe recognize the business opportunity within the wellness-tourism category and understand the rising demand for wellness offerings among our targeted high-end travelers,\u201d Hoplamazian said.

The newly acquired properties are not currently part of the Hyatt loyalty program.

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PHOENIX \u2014 Arizona motorcyclists remain free to ride with the wind in their hair, the sun burning their scalps, and the chance of head injuries looming.

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on Wednesday unanimously rejected a proposal by Rep. Randall Friese, D-Tucson, to require adults to wear helmets or to pay a fee into a special trauma-injury fund.

Friese, who is a trauma surgeon, and other doctors presented statistics about the number of motorcycle riders who suffer brain injuries. They said the chances of that happening are higher for those who don\u2019t use a helmet.

But committee members said they are not convinced the numbers override the personal rights of riders to decide what protections they want to use. Several accepted the argument that the real problem is drivers of larger vehicles failing to pay attention to the bikes.

Rep. Noel Campbell, R-Prescott, who chairs the panel, said he personally wears \u201cevery piece of equipment you can get on\u201d when he rides his motorcycle. But he said a better legislative approach would be incentives for riders to protect their heads, rather than penalties for those who do not.

Arizona has not had a helmet requirement since 1976 for adults, though anyone younger than 18 is required to wear headgear while riding. Various efforts to reinstate the helmet mandate for adults have gone nowhere.

Friese figured he\u2019d try a different approach: Require helmets \u2014 but allow riders to opt out by paying a fee. The dollars generated would go into a special fund designed to provide rehabilitation and other services to those who suffer head injuries in all types of vehicle crashes.

He said he figures about half of riders now voluntarily use a helmet. He said his proposal, HB 2046, might have brought compliance up to about 60 percent, with the balance choosing to pay the fee.

Bobbi Hartmann, lobbyist for the Modified Motorcycle Association, complained the fee would be set by the head of the state Department of Transportation, with no limit on the charge. She said there were other flaws in Friese\u2019s proposal, including how that exemption would work for someone visiting Arizona whose motorcycle was registered in another state.

The common theme among the bill\u2019s critics was that the solution to keeping motorcyclists from getting injured is better training.

John Dreyfus of the National Coalition of Motorcyclists said Arizona is a haven for retirees. What happens, he said, is they suddenly decide they\u2019ve always wanted to ride a motorcycle. \u201cSo he goes and buys one,\u201d Dreyfus told lawmakers, but \u201chas no clue how to ride it.\u201d

The issue of training is not limited to riders on two wheels.

\u201cWe need to educate drivers to look out for motorcycles,\u201d said Rep. Richard Andrade, D-Glendale, detailing some of his experiences when he used to ride a motorcycle. \u201cI got rear-ended twice,\u201d though he wore not only a helmet but also a bright orange vest. \u201cBut I still got hit.\u201d

Campbell said he\u2019s willing to give Friese another chance \u2014 if he tries the carrot versus the stick approach.

\u201cLet\u2019s make it an incentive and let people choose to be incentivized to wear a helmet,\u201d perhaps through a tax credit for wearing a helmet rather than a penalty, he said.

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Recruiting is often driven by momentum.

Last March, Arizona surprised many when it reeled in a verbal commitment from Greg Johnson, the top-rated athlete in the West. That was the first domino in a stretch that saw the Wildcats add commitments from more than 20 recruits through the summer and rise to the top of most rankings of the Pac-12\u2019s recruiting classes.

Then, cornerbacks coach Donte Williams bolted for Nebraska, Johnson decommitted and most of Arizona\u2019s recruiting-related news since the New Year hasn\u2019t exactly been positive, capped by the flipping of quarterback Braxton Burmeister to Oregon just one day before he was set to enroll at UA.

Monday, the Wildcats took their first step to changing the course of their momentum back in the other direction in the days leading up to National Signing Day on Feb. 1.

That\u2019s when Arizona received the King of commitments. That is, My-King Johnson, the top-rated defensive end in the state of Arizona, according to Scout.com.

\u201cRecruits always want to know what their situation is going to be like at the end of the day,\u201d said Scout.com\u2019s Blair Angulo.

\u201cWhen they look at other recruits and where they\u2019re going they want to know who else might be going to school with them so to get a guy like My-King Johnson\u2026 it can create a bit of a snowball effect. It can help things.\u201d

The addition of Johnson helped the Wildcats jump back into the top-half of the Pac-12, rated the 30th best class nationally by Scout and the sixth-best in the conference, notably ahead of both Oregon and Arizona State.

The Tempe High School product is rated three-stars, and his pass-rushing ability as a defensive end \u2014 an area of need for Arizona \u2014 should provide him the opportunity to compete for immediate playing time.

Between Johnson and Mesa Desert Ridge\u2019s Jalen Harris, the Wildcats are bringing in two of the top pass rushers in the state, although Harris recently took official visits to Notre Dame, Washington, Illinois and Colorado. Harris is the son of former Arizona linebacker Sean Harris.

\u201cFrom a stylistic standpoint, I think it\u2019s a great fit because (Johnson\u2019s) pretty good at rushing the passer and that\u2019s something that Arizona has been trying to sell in this recruiting class,\u201d Angulo said. \u201cto get a guy like My-King to pair with another guy from in-state in Jalen Harris, and being able to land another guy it heightens their probability of finding success. They set themselves up nicely.\u201d

As a senior at Tempe, the 6-3, 225 pound Johnson impressively amassed 89 tackles, 19 tackles for loss and 21.5 sacks. Johnson also is the rare Arizona commit to hold offers from most of the Pac-12\u2019s elite programs, including USC, UCLA and Oregon.

Johnson took visits to UCLA, Oregon and USC, while also receiving interest from Texas A&M and Washington, which is what made the commitment to Arizona somewhat surprising. Johnson made his decision while on an in-home visit with Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez and assistants Charlie Ragle and Vince Amey.

\u201cI\u2019m done with the process,\u201d Johnson told Scout.com. \u201cI\u2019m not going to commit anywhere else. I\u2019m set in stone on this one and set on this commitment.\u201d

Arizona makes offer
to Florida quarterback

The Wildcats took the first step to adding some depth to the quarterback position on Wednesday, offering two-star prospect Nick Tronti a scholarship.

Tronti is a 6-foot-2-inch, 210-pound dual-threat quarterback from Ponte Vedra High School in Florida. He was named Mr. Football in Florida after amassing 3,328 passing yards, 650 rushing yards and 53 total touchdowns as a senior. Tronti is currently committed to Charlotte and holds an offer from Indiana.

A year ago, Arizona\u2019s quarterback position might, arguably, have looked like its most stable.

Anu Solomon and Brandon Dawkins were returning, four-star freshman Khalil Tate enrolled early and the Wildcats had both Braxton Burmeister and Rhett Rodriguez in the 2017 pipeline.

Well, a lot has changed since then \u2014 Solomon is transferring to Baylor, Burmeister flipped to Oregon and while both Dawkins and Tate showed flashes last season, both are still works in progress.

Kicker excited about Arizona opportunity

Before Dec. 12, Lucas Havrisik didn\u2019t even have any offers to walk-on and kick in college, let alone scholarship offers.

Havrisik, from Norco, California, stayed patient, he said, since most schools tend wait until the last minute before offering scholarships to kickers.

Portland State had shown interest, but then Ragle, Arizona\u2019s special teams coach, came calling.

About one month later, recruitment over, Havrisik committed to the Wildcats.

\u201c(Ragle) said he\u2019d love to have me, that we can be a great team, that I\u2019d come in there and I can start all four years on kickoffs and field goals,\u201d Havrisik said.

\u201cSo that was an appeal for the U of A, to play all four years in the Pac-12.\u201d

Havrisik will take an official visit to Arizona\u2019s campus this weekend.

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Above: Ironworker Orland Phillips affixed an American flag to the last steel beam of the new Banner-University Medical Center Tucson building Wednesday. As part of an ancient Scandinavian tradition, a tree was also raised. The new nine-story building, which is scheduled for completion by April 2019, is 160 feet high and west of the existing building.

Right: While on their break, hospital workers Cecilia Campos, left, and Veronica Franco, who sterilize surgical instruments, waited for the last steel beam to be raised. When the building is completed, their department is scheduled to move into the fourth floor.

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