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A suspected burglar didn’t travel far from home to steal.
Execution of Joseph Wood scheduled for 1 p.m.
Follow Star reporters Jon Gold and Daniel Berk live at Pac-12 Media Days.
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — We are officially live in Hollywood for Pac-12 Media Days.
Recap of the Star's countdown of Tucson's top 25 high school football coaches of all time that concludes on Sunday, Aug. 3.
Circus workers protested Mexico City's ban on circus animals, July 22, 2014.
Kindermusik at Musical Steps classes at Tanque Verde Lutheran Church.
Santa Fe Square Farmers' Market has fresh vegetables, breads, and more.
Sarah Garrecht Gassen and Arizona State Senator Steve Farley talk about the beauty of the streetcar, possible expansions and how everyone in T…
Greg and Ryan talk about the Pima County Sports Hall of Fame, and which inductees are most deserving of the honor. Ryan then embarrasses Greg,…
Ryan and Daniel on what to expect at Pac-12 media days, and why Cameron Denson might be switching positions.
Tucson cooking instructor gives tips on making jams and jellies.
Advice for the real world.
Daniel Schmidt brings European, Asian influences to Tucson.
'Venus in Fur' is a movie-within-a-play.
There is simply no there to “Wish I Was Here.”
Readers speak on topics like The Loop and a tobacco-free UA.
Eliminate child labor, child marriage, discrimination against girls, exclusion from education.
Want a portrait of your pet illustrated by Chris Gall? It could happen.
Top Five Reasons to Foster a Dog
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Goals of the young scientists range from counting candy to curing cancer.
The annual regional science fair kicked off on Monday with a surprising shift in the types of projects that are being entered.
Twin sisters Azaea, left, and Ali Bravo, 9, try to spot their projects as students in kindergarten through grade 12 set up their experiments and demonstrations for the 58th Annual Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Fair.
hopes research findings will be among finalists
For more than a year, Stan Palasek has devoted a large chunk of his time to research normally reserved for college graduate students.
More than 6,000 students, from kindergarten through high school, will be competing for awards at the five-day Southern Arizona Regional Science and Engineering Fair this week.
Hundreds of students were recognized at the Southern Arizona
Regional Science and Engineering Fair on Friday night, and the top
four will go on to compete internationally.
Pistor Middle School sixth-grader Ryan Davis, 12, discusses a display with his grandmother, Carol Davis, at the Southern Arizona Regional Science and Engineering Fair.
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