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Missing woman with Alzheimer's found dead on West Side

An elderly woman who walked away from her West Side home was found dead only a short distance away a day later, authorities said. There were no signs of foul play in the death of 83-year-old Mary Migatulski.... Read more»

Newman drops out of Corporation Commission race

Paul Newman, acknowledging that he's falling short in collecting nominating signatures, announced that he's dropping his bid to return to the Arizona Corporation Commission.... Read more»

Sentinel reporting wins Arizona Press Club awards

TucsonSentinel.com's coverage of border and immigration issues and watchdog reporting on local elections won several awards from the Arizona Press Club, with recognition for Paul Ingram, Joe Watson and Dylan Smith.... Read more»

Guest opinion

Grijalva: 'Dark & misguided' to deploy Park Police on border

The Trump administration and many Republicans in Washington claim that our border with Mexico is swarming with dangerous immigrants. According to this tired narrative, we have no choice but to send Park Police to help carry out a crackdown that won’t stop until President Trump believes “the homeland” is safe.... Read more»

'Lovely' the dog dies after being doused with gas, burned

A Tucson dog named "Lovely" died Sunday morning after being treated by vets here and in Scottsdale. She was doused with gasoline and set on fire by a woman who also burned part of her family home earlier this month, authorities said.... Read more»

5 Pima track athletes named NJCAA All-American at NJCAA Championships

The Pima Community College men’s and women’s track and field teams closed out the 2018 season on Saturday in the final day of the NJCAA Division I National Championships.... Read more»

Pima men's golf struggles for answerws at NJCAA National Championship

The Pima Community College men’s golf team finished 20th out of 21 teams in the final standings in the NJCAA Division I National Championship on Friday at the Rawls Golf Course in Lubbock.... Read more»

Pima jumper Lopez takes 3rd in high jump, earns All-American status at NJCAA Championships

The Pima Community College men’s and women’s track & field teams closed out the second day of competition at the NJCAA Division I National Championships.... Read more»

Pima tennis Ou and Boyer win consolation finals to close out NJCAA Nationals

The Pima Community College men’s tennis team closed out the 2018 season on Friday in the final day of the NJCAA National Championship.... Read more»

Pima golfer Esquivel earns NJCAA All-American status

The Pima Community College women’s golf season came to a close on Thursday in the final round of the NJCAA National Championship in Mesa.... Read more»

Weekend music

Dark, lush soundscapes & hopeful moments define Tucson band M.Crane

Often bands are categorized (and sometimes labelled) by who they sound like. This week, your friendly music columnist challenges local band M. Crane to describe themselves on their own terms. Plus, other happenings this weekend in your TucsonSentinel.com local music listings!... Read more»

Corp Comm candidates to debate Sunday in GV

Four Democratic candidates for the Arizona Corporation Commission — one of the most powerful elected bodies in the state — will debate Sunday afternoon, moderated by TucsonSentinel.com Editor Dylan Smith.... Read more»

‘Chain migration’: The definitions, history & faces behind family-based immigration

“Chain migration,” “family reunification” and “family-based immigration” are three terms used to describe the same thing: migrating to the United States and gaining lawful permanent residency through an immediate relative who lives here legally.... Read more»

Amazon plans to bring 1,500 jobs to Tucson isn't the only good economic news

Amazon's pick of Tucson for a distribution center that will employ 1,500 people next year is just the latest sign that our economy is steadily improving.The Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity said metro Tucson has gained 5,300 jobs over the past year. ... Read more»

Sporting Arizona sole Grand Canyon State survivor of U.S. Open Cup 2nd round

On Wednesday afternoon, three Arizona teams were still in contention for U.S. Open Cup glory. By the end of the night, FC Tucson and Phoenix Rising FC were both eliminated.... Read more»

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