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Sahuarita Town Council members expressed deep dissatisfaction with the county’s animal control services and considered pulling out of the regi…
Football fans are chatting as they watch the UA-UNLV football game. Star reporters are keeping them updated on game details.
The Arizona Wildcats host UNLV for their first football game of the season.
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Catch up on last-minute UA football notes before tonight's game.
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Cheerleaders get one last warmup before the regular season.
The University of Arizona Polynesian football players demonstrate and perform the Haka (a traditional Maori war dance from New Zealand). The W…
Grijalva explains his position on voting, education, immigration reform, and minimum wage.
Greg explains why he doesn’t have Friday football fever.
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As I focused on the image in my camera's viewfinder, the girls stood in their usual spot.
Walt Maxam best known for mentoring young comedians.
Doug Ducey gets a cone load of tips
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Israel is story of slavery, statehood, expulsion, scattering, near-extermination and return.
"Teenage Mutant Nina Turtle" take top spot in box office top 10.
An interactive quiz about comic book characters and superheroes.
Want a portrait of your pet illustrated by Chris Gall? It could happen.
Wounded Reagan press secretary became gun-control advocate.
From CBS News: A look back at the life of World War II hero, prisoner of war and Olympic runner Louis Zamperini.
World War II hero Louis Zemperini has died at age 97.
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A Tucson woman accused of shooting her children to death in August could be executed if she's found guilty at trial.
A Tucson woman accused of shooting her children to death in August could be executed if she’s found guilty at trial.
The Pima County Attorney's Office may be considering the death penalty in the case of a Tucson mom accused of killing her two children.
A Tucson woman accused of shooting her children to death earlier this month has been indicted on two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of child abuse under circumstances likely to cause death.
Perla Morales is sitting in the Pima County jail accused of committing one of the most heinous crimes imaginable, killing her two children.
Emma Rosovich, left, was 4 years old and died in a hospital; Richard Rosovich Jr., 17 months old, died at the scene.
Perla Morales, 25, was arrested by Tucson police Aug. 11 on suspicion of two counts of first degree murder in connection with the shooting deaths of her 1-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter.
A 25-year-old mother who police said killed her two children told detectives she shot them after an argument with her boyfriend, a court document states.
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