Rest of state saw number of groups decrease.
Advice for the real world.
Closure needed to allow oversized truck to pass the area
Tucson's coach tells his players stories about the former star all the time – not just this week.
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UA forces 5 Oregon errors in 7-2 win at Hi Corbett, Friday March27. 2015.
The Cats answered questions about their Elite Eight rematch against Wisconsin Saturday.
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These players answer questions on the upcoming game and college basketball.
Greg Hansen, Tom Oates and Rob Fernandez discuss the highly-anticipated matchup.
Is it worth the ordeal to change your name in your 40's for career sake?
A roundup of what's going on in Tucson's faith communities.
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MC Yo Wassup — aka David Silverberg — pays homage to UA's NCAA tourney run.
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We should wonder what is going on in shadows, mosques and jails.
Readers statements on Bowe Bergdahl, Ted Cruz, celebrating sports events, Medicare cuts.
Executions are unavoidably brutal. Either scrap death penalty, or make it quick.
Photos from January's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
Funeral notice galleries of 2014.
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A Tucson man convicted of first-degree murder and several other charges related to a 2011 home invasion was sentenced Wednesday in Pima County Superior Court to life in prison.
A Tucson man is facing a life sentence after being convicted late Friday of first-degree murder and other felony charges in a June 2011 deadly home invasion.
Reynaldo Cinfuegos and his childhood friend were sound asleep in the early-morning hours of June 29, 2011, when they were awakened by a loud noise.
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