Area agencies seeking volunteer help.
Arizona high school students with video-making skills are encouraged to participate in the “One Planet, Many People” video contest.
Get any footlong sub this month for $6.
Locally-owned restaurant capitalizes on national chain's speed bump.
Ryan Anderson was dominant in UA's wins against WSU and Washington.
Did the Wildcats sign enough defensive linemen? Will they ever hire a defensive line coach?
Timelapse video from the roof of the Arizona Daily Star for Sunday, February 7, 2016.
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Hiking enthusiast and Star writer takes advantage of every good photo op.
Nuclear power is getting a second look.
Opinions on affordable education, the lonely jaguar.
Photos from January's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
Photos from December's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
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At first, Pat Murphy seems gruff. Intimidating, even. Imagine Ron Swanson, without the mustache.
Mike Wilson did his job well as a cleanup hitter on Sunday, going 3 for 5 with two home runs and six RBIs to lead the Tucson Padres past host Reno 8-2.
Sean O'Sullivan's dream since he was a little boy playing whiffle ball in the parking lot of Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego was to one-day play for his hometown Padres.
Tyler Bortnik singled in Wladimir Sutil in the bottom of the ninth inning Monday, lifting the host Reno Aces over the Tucson Padres 2-1.
Reno 4, Tucson 3
Tucson 5, Reno 1
First game: Reno 4, Tucson 1
After losing a three-run lead and trailing by three, Tucson's ninth-inning rally Friday night came up short as host Reno won 8-7.
Tucson starter Anthony Reyes lasted just 3 2/3 innings, and the Reno Aces beat the visiting Padres 4-1 on Thursday night.
Tucson Padres fans have been searching for a fan favorite ever since slugger Anthony Rizzo was traded in the offseason.
Reno 4, Tucson 0
After pitching for the D-backs in spring training this year, Trevor Bauer was sent to Double-A, then Triple-A. He is 9-1 between the two levels.
The Tucson Padres returned to Kino Stadium on Thursday after a short four-game road trip, and there was plenty happening at the park when they got back.
Reno 4, Tucson 2 (12 innings)
Weather permitting, the fireworks on A Mountain should go off
without a hitch — and keep fire in the sky where it belongs,
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