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City's Durkin appointed to vacant PCC board seat

Martha Durkin, deputy Tucson city manager, has been appointed to fill an empty seat on the Governing Board of Pima Community College, replacing longtime member Marty Cortez, who announced her resignation in late June.... Read more»

Updated: Tucson police shoot, kill burglary suspect

A man who police said waved a gun while being chased following a burglary report was shot and killed by officers Sunday morning on Tucson's South Side. The man was identified as 40-year-old David Moreno Leon.... Read more»

10 years later, Katrina memories still fresh for Arizonans who helped

It’s been 10 years since he responded to the devastation that was left in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, but the memories are still clear for Phoenix Fire Capt. Darrell B. Wiseman, one of hundreds of Arizonans from scores of organizations who went to the Gulf Coast to assist victims of the storm.... Read more»

Gorman nets goal as Aztec men's soccer earns tie at Phoenix

The Pima Community College men’s soccer team (1-0-1, 1-0-1 in ACCAC) had to come from behind for a second straight game, but tied 1-1 Saturday at Phoenix College.... Read more»

Pima football scores 30 unanswered to down Phoenix College

The Pima Community College football team put on another impressive performance on Saturday in their Western States Football League (WSFL) opener. The Aztecs defeated Phoenix College 54-14, scoring the final 30 points of the game.... Read more»

Romero scores only goal as Aztecs shut out Phoenix College

The Pima Community College women’s soccer team (2-0, 2-0 in ACCAC) earned their second straight shutout victory on Saturday in Phoenix.... Read more»

UA Wildcats

Arizona soccer routs NAU 4-0

In what coach Tony Amato termed "a good overall performance," the University of Arizona women’s soccer team traveled to Flagstaff on Friday and beat Northern Arizona University by a score of 4-0.... Read more»

Baldwin and Holliday each post 10 kills but Aztec volleyball drops opener

The Pima Community College volleyball team (2-3, 0-1 in ACCAC) played a tough match in Phoenix to open conference play on Friday. ... Read more»

What the Devil won't tell you

Council's helplessness in bus strike is wrong message for November

Three people who should have been paying an inordinate amount of attention to the labor talks are Scott, Romero and Cunningham. Back in February, when these races truly begin with meetings over Diet Coke and snack food, someone should have asked with a mouth full of Funyuns: "What is it out there that can completely screw us in November?" ... Read more»3

Problems in U.S. immigration court system are seemingly endless

The ability to have a legal advocate has always been deemed a luxury by the undocumented. Unless you have money to hire a lawyer (a rare circumstance for a border crosser, young or old), or can somehow find one of the Good Samaritans who will work pro bono, you go into the courtroom alone, up against a government prosecutor. More than 80 percent of immigrants in detention are unrepresented.... Read more»


Carly Fiorina's fuzzy claims about vaccines

Carly Fiorina recently said some unnamed vaccine-preventable diseases are “not communicable” and “not contagious,” and some immunizations are not “necessary” for school-age children. The fact is that every immunization recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention covers a highly communicable disease.... Read more»

Factchecking Trump's Iowa press conference

Donald Trump’s recent press conference garnered a lot of media attention for his put downs of two high-profile journalists, but he didn’t treat the facts much better.... Read more»

Q&A: Unaccompanied children from Central America, one year later

In 2014, roughly 69,000 kids from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras flooded the U.S.-Mexico border, traveling alone at great personal peril. A year later, the number of unaccompanied children arriving at U.S. borders has dropped significantly. But the immigration status of many of these children remains in flux.... Read more»

Ripples in Chinese economy could make waves for Arizona businesses

For Arizona, which exported more than $1 billion to China in 2014, the economic turmoil currently being experienced by one of the state’s biggest trading partners could cause ripples that are felt back home.... Read more»

Former PCC All-American Edwards signs professional contract

Former Pima Community College women’s basketball player A’jha Edwards (Tombstone HS) signed her first professional contract this week for a team in Puerto Rico.... Read more»

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