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The Copper Queen hotel in Bisbee, Arizona as photographed Saturday, Sept. 1, 2001.

September 20, 2013 6:44 pm
Photos: Tour a serial killer's house

Photos: Tour a serial killer's house

A former boardinghouse run by a California woman convicted of killing her elderly tenants and burying them in the yard became a tourist destination over the weekend. The Victorian duplex in Sacramento that had been operated by Dorothea Puente was one of five featured houses on the Sacrament…

September 18, 2013 5:33 am Photos

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Happy birthday, Louis Armstrong

Happy birthday, Louis Armstrong

Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong, atop camel, enchants the ancient sphinx and pyramids at Giza, near Cairo, Egypt January 28, 1961. His wife Lucille, lower left, records the scene on film as the camel perks its ears in appreciation of the unusual concert. The Armstrongs are on a U.S. State Departme…

August 04, 2013 12:00 am
Tour de France: Froome braces for attacks on 'scary' climb

Tour de France: Froome braces for attacks on 'scary' climb

Italy's Matteo Trentin, center, part of an 18-rider breakaway, won Saturday's stage. At right is Britain's David Millar, who said today's stage is "going to be horrible for everyone."

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Tour de France: Froome braces for attacks on 'scary' climb

Tour de France: Froome braces for attacks on 'scary' climb

LYON, France - Now, the Tour de France goes sharply uphill, much more sharply than last year. More likely than not, the champion who will be crowned next Sunday in Paris will be the rider who copes best with this last week of vertical torture.

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100 years of Tour de France

100 years of Tour de France

New York City Mayor Edward I. Koch points to the roof of the Parc de Princes Stadium in Paris, on August 23, 1978 as he listens to the explanations of Deputy Mayor of Paris Raymond Dohet, dark suit. Koch visits the stadium which is considered as a focal point of contemporary architecture in …

June 17, 2013 8:20 pm

Immigration bill will require compromise, senators say

NOGALES, Ariz. - The comprehensive immigration reform bill that's likely to be filed when senators return to Washington in two weeks will be heavy on compromise, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle said after a border tour here Wednesday.

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Tucson hosts tours of landfill, recycling center on Valentine's Day

Tucson hosts tours of landfill, recycling center on Valentine's Day

Some people think Valentine's Day is just a bunch of garbage. This year it is.

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Chicago, Doobies kick off rock tour at AVA

Chicago, Doobies kick off rock tour at AVA

Current Doobie Brothers members - Tom Johnston, left, John McFee and Patrick Simmons - join Chicago Wednesday.

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Chicago, Doobies kick off rock tour at AVA

Chicago, Doobies kick off rock tour at AVA

The Doobie Brothers touring lineup - Marc Russo, left, John Cowan, Tom Johnston, Patrick Simmons, John McFee, Ed Toth, Guy Allison, and Tony Pia - roll into Casino del Sol's AVA Wednesday evening with Chicago.

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Chicago, Doobies kick off rock tour at AVA

Chicago, Doobies kick off rock tour at AVA

Classic rock legends The Doobie Brothers- renowned for guitar-driven roots rock - and Chicago - which gave rock a horn-blasting kick and a slew of memorable soft-rock ballads - are teaming up for a joint summer tour that kicks off in our backyard.

July 05, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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Tour OF Tucson Mountains: That's all, spokes: End of an era

Tour OF Tucson Mountains: That's all, spokes: End of an era

A pack of cyclists rides eastbound along Ironwood Hills Drive as it approaches a turn onto Greasewood Road during the 73-mile course of the final Tour of the Tucson Mountains.

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Tour OF Tucson Mountains: That's all, spokes: End of an era

Tour OF Tucson Mountains: That's all, spokes: End of an era

Brian Forbes, a Mesa native, won the race in 2 hours 51 minutes and 49 seconds. "I was out probably 65 miles by myself," the 40-year-old said of his easy victory.

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That's all, spokes: End of an era for Tour of the Tucson Mountains

That's all, spokes: End of an era for Tour of the Tucson Mountains

Upon hearing that Saturday's 26th Holualoa Companies Tour of the Tucson Mountains would be the final one, cyclist Emily Francone and her husband, Jeff, signed up for the race.

April 29, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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Tucson Mountains bicycle race going away

Tucson Mountains bicycle race going away

Saturday will mark the final Tour of the Tucson Mountains. Citing economic concerns and a redundancy with another April race in the state, Perimeter Bicycling Association of America founder Richard DeBernardis said Tuesday that the race would fold after 26 years.

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Tucson Mountains bicycle race going away

Tucson Mountains bicycle race going away

A peloton moved north along Sandario Road during the 25th Tour of the Tucson Mountains.

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'Spring Awakening' added to Broadway Tucson lineup

'Spring Awakening' added to Broadway Tucson lineup

Christy Altomare, Kyle Riabko in road show of "Spring Awakening."

February 26, 2010 11:02 am

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Cook's 62 gives him a 3-stroke advantage

Cook's 62 gives him a 3-stroke advantage

SONOMA, Calif. — John Cook shot a tournament-record 10-under 62 Friday to take a three-stroke lead over Tom Watson and Phil Blackmar after the second round of the Champions Tour's season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship.

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