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Top UCLA soccer squad bests Arizona, 6-0

The University of Arizona Wildcat soccer team took on the No. 1 UCLA Bruins on Friday night at Drake Stadium in Los Angeles. UCLA won 6-0 and moved to 13-0-2 (5-0-1 Pac-12) on the year; Arizona fell to 9-4-1 (3-3 Pac-12).... Read more»

PCC volleyball fall in 4 at Yavapai

The Pima Community College volleyball team (11-13, 6-7 in ACCAC conference) dropped a third straight match on Friday as the Aztecs fell at Yavapai College in four sets (25-19, 25-18, 19-25, 25-17).... Read more»

Aztecs cross country teams take seventh at Mt. SAC races

The Pima Community College cross country teams competed in Walnut, Calif., at the Mt. SAC CC Invitational on Friday.... Read more»

$317M in court-ordered funding an issue in governor’s race

State courts have ruled that Arizona owes public schools a first payment of more than $300 million for failing to make annual inflation adjustments to base funding as called for by a voter-approved law. Over five years, the bill could be $1.6 billion.... Read more»1

Prop 122 aims to allow state to reject certain federal laws, rules

Proposition 122 would amend the state Constitution to say that Arizona may exercise its “sovereign authority” to restrict the use of its money and personnel to purposes consistent with its Constitution. It’s the second straight election with sovereignty on the ballot.... Read more»

Voters deciding whether Az lawmakers get first raise since 1998

Proposition 304 has Arizona voters deciding whether to increase state lawmakers’ salaries from $24,000 a year to $35,000. It would be the first raise for state lawmakers since voters approved one in 1998, the only time a raise has been approved.... Read more»

Deportations near border surged as interior removals dropped

The study of 10 years of deportations - almost 3.7 million of them - showed that despite a focus on immigrants in the interior of the U.S., the vast majority were caught at the border. And those immigrants were much less likely to have committed a crime.... Read more»

Report: Az schools saw some of nation’s steepest spending cuts

The state’s per-pupil spending fell 17.5 percent since 2008, a decline that trailed only Oklahoma and Alabama. Advocates said the cuts show up in the form of larger classes, fewer teachers and more.... Read more»

Pima County issuing licenses after judge OKs gay marriage in Az

A federal judge has ruled that Arizona’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. State Attorney General Tom Horne said county clerks of court can “issue licenses for same-sex marriages immediately.” Pima County began doing so Friday morning.... Read more»3

Shields nets game-winner as PCC soccer beats Paradise Valley

The Pima Community College women’s soccer team (12-3-2, 12-3-2 in ACCAC conference) found a way to keep their undefeated streak alive at the Kino North Grandstand on Thursday with time ticking away against Paradise Valley Community College.... Read more»

Andreatta nets 2 as PCC men's soccer beats Paradise Valley

The Pima Community College men’s soccer team (13-3-1, 13-3-1 in ACCAC conference) continued their dominant play at the Kino North Grandstand on Thursday as the Aztecs defeated Paradise Valley Community College 4-1 to improve to 7-0-1 at the stadium.... Read more»

Arizona soccer

Wildcats face their toughest opponent yet in UCLA

To anyone who follows college sports in this part of the country, it comes as less than a shock that UCLA athletes are good at anything that involves running, throwing or, as will be the case on Friday when the UA Wildcats face them, kicking a ball.... Read more»

Dallas hospital apologizes for 'mistakes' in Ebola care

A representative of the Dallas hospital under scrutiny for its handling of the first Ebola case in the United States apologized on Thursday for mistakes he said the facility made when it initially misdiagnosed the patient.... Read more»

Islamic State used ammo made in 21 countries, including America

An independent arms monitoring group has collected evidence that fighters in the Middle Eastern extremist group known as the Islamic State, labeled a “network of death” by President Obama, are using weapons and ammunition manufactured in at least 21 different countries, including China, Russia, and the United States.... Read more»1

Analysis

A modest suggestion for the next AG: Fix presidential pardons

More than two years ago, a ProPublica series showed that white applicants were far more likely to receive clemency than comparable applicants who were black. Since then, the government has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on a study, but the pardons system remains unchanged.... Read more»

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