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Arizona Wildcats basketball

Cats lose in first round of Pac-10 tournament

The Arizona men's basketball team's hopes of a 26th straight NCAA tournament bid ended Thursday in Los Angeles in 75-69 loss to UCLA in the second round of the Pacific-10 Conference Tournament.... Read more»

Writer Larry McMurtry suffers 'cardiac event'

Larry McMurtry, writer of Pulitzer Prize winning novel "Lonesome Dove" and "The Last Picture Show" has suffered a "cardiac event." His appearance at this weekend's Tucson Festival of Books has been canceled.... Read more»1

Arts preview

UApresents unveils 2010-11 offerings

UApresents announced their 2010-11 season's offerings Wednesday evening on their website. The slate of acts coming to Centennial Hall is formidable, including Liza Minnelli, Joshua Bell, Blue Man Group and Savion Glover.... Read more»

Weekend preview

Capital Vices: Seven deadly awesome weekend events

It would be a sin to miss this weekend's events in Tucson. Below find seven promising options.... Read more»1

UA tuition, fees raised 10-20 percent

Students at the University of Arizona will see tuition and fees increase 10-20 percent next year.... Read more»

Scandal threatens Britain's conservatives

With elections approaching, Labour signals it will take advantage of questions about Lord Ashcroft's tax status.... Read more»

Vatican exorcist blames Satan for Catholic Church's woes

The devil lives in the Vatican and is to blame for the problems in the Catholic Church, says the Vatican's chief exorcist.... Read more»1

UniSource reveals plan for $60 million downtown HQ

A new $60 million headquarters building for UniSource Energy will bring 360 more workers downtown in a solar-powered, energy efficient structure, the company said Thursday morning.... Read more»1

Protesters, supporters rally over immigration bills

Dozens of demonstrators rallied Monday at the State Capitol against bills that would make it trespassing to be in the country illegally and require local law enforcement to assist in enforcing federal immigration laws.... Read more»

'Bond, James Bond'

Dude, you gotta get a jetpack

When James Bond escapes via jetpack in 1965's "Thunderball," we all wondered how soon we could have our own jetpack. Well, the time has come. ... Read more»

Study abroad with Al Qaeda - undercover

To understand radical Islam, American writer Theo Padnos pretended he was a Muslim and settled himself into Yemen’s radical mosque scene. Years later, his cover has finally been blown.... Read more»

US soccer team races to get fit for World Cup

First match against England is 3 months away, but players must heal broken bones and tendons.... Read more»

Health care & religion

Powerful Catholic quietly shaping abortion, health bill debate

As the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' point man on abortion, Richard Doerflinger has emerged as a major player in the health care debate, one likely to play a pivotal role in the outcome.... Read more»

Education budget

Marana, Flowing Wells voters reject budget overrides, Sahuarita gets go-ahead

School budget override results were mixed in Tuesday’s consolidated elections. Sahaurita voters approved a budget increase, but Marana and Flowing Wells residents defeated their districts' requests for more funding.... Read more»

Famous writers scheduled to appear at Tucson Festival of Books

The Tucson Festival of Books is one of our city’s more unique events, featuring a panoply of children’s events, author interviews, writing workshops and panels.... Read more»1

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