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Tucson 2nd-half rally falls just short

Tucson 2nd-half rally falls just short

If Tucson High football coach Vincent Smith ever decides to quit coaching, he certainly seems to have another career option lined up: motivational speaker.

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IRAQ

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Where's the beef? At Tucson

Where's the beef? At Tucson

The Quadruple Bypass Burger is not the type of "culinary challenge" to take lightly.

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Where's the beef? At Tucson

Where's the beef? At Tucson

 

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Roban estatua de Iglesia Santa Mónica

El robo durante el fin de semana en una iglesia del Sur de Tucsón, no les dejó el dinero a los rateros que esperaban.

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NEW YORK

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Heroic Korean War chaplain is put up for Medal of Honor

Heroic Korean War chaplain is put up for Medal of Honor

TOPEKA, Kan. — As fellow prisoners of war returned home from the Korean War, they shared stories of self-sacrifice about the Rev. Emil Kapaun, a humble priest from Kansas.

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Burglars swipe St. Jude statue from church

Burglars swipe St. Jude statue from church

The weekend burglary of a south-side church didn't yield the kind of financial windfall thieves were hoping for.

October 13, 2009 12:00 am Photos

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Bonnie Henry : Big Brothers Big Sisters to salute co-founder

Bonnie Henry : Big Brothers Big Sisters to salute co-founder

It was always about the kids. In 1963, a Tucson pediatrician, Dr. Hugh C. Thompson Jr., along with his pastor, the Rev. David Sholin, started up Tucson's Big Brothers organization.

October 12, 2009 12:00 am Photos

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SPORTS SHORTS

SPORTS SHORTS

SOFTBALL

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SPORTS SHORTS

SPORTS SHORTS

 

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Drug lord is facing life in prison

Drug lord is facing life in prison

MADISON, Wis. — The purple tour bus rumbled toward Arizona. On board were 15 passengers, all promised $1,000 and a hotel stay. Stuffed into the luggage compartments, in four black duffel bags, was $1.4 million.

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Drug lord is facing life in prison

Drug lord is facing life in prison

 

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