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Preseason soccer in Tucson

Houston bench leads comeback vs. Sounders

Seattle established a two-goal lead, but Houston came back with three in the final quarter-hour as preseason soccer play continued in Tucson.... Read more»

Fast start propels Pima men's basketball to another 20-win season

The Pima Community College men’s basketball team (20-5, 13-4 in ACCAC) secured another 20-win for the fourth time in five years on Saturday.... Read more»

Cummings & Ochoa lead offense as Pima baseball sweeps Southern Idaho

The Pima Community College baseball team (9-3) bounced back in its doubleheader against the College of Southern Idaho on Saturday.... Read more»

Pima women's basketball put on free-throw clinic to down Tohono O'odham CC

The Pima Community College women’s basketball team (15-10, 11-6 in ACCAC) seized their opportunities at the free throw line on Saturday against Tohono O’odham Community College (12-13, 8-9).... Read more»

Bruno, Lopez, Siml and men's 4x400 relay team set qualifiers at Mesa tourney

The Pima Community College men’s and women’s track and field teams completed their fourth meet of the season and came away with four more national qualifying marks on Saturday at the Mesa CC Indoor Invitational.... Read more»

Bannon boosts 'private' border wall at Sahuarita event

Billed as a town hall, Friday's pro-border wall event in a gated community near Tucson, featuring former Trump strategist Steve Bannon, was every bit as much a pep rally and fundraiser — and maybe part dry run. ... Read more»

Pima baseball goes stagnant in doubleheader loss to Southern Nevada

The Pima Community College baseball team (7-3) had a difficult time manufacturing runs on Friday in a doubleheader against the College of Southern Nevada.... Read more»

As tariffs take toll, Green Valley Pecan eyes cutbacks

As the tariff dispute between the U.S. and China drags on, the effects are starting to hit Green Valley Pecan Co., with dropping prices and mounting uncertainty.... Read more»

Number of Arizonans who see climate change as ‘serious problem’ jumps

Concern about climate and the environment are growing to the point where more than 6 in 10 support higher taxes to deal with these issues, according to a bipartisan poll by Colorado College.... Read more»

Late push for Salton Sea improvements complicates Colorado River drought plan

Arizona lawmakers have agreed to the broad terms of a deal Gov. Doug Ducey helped negotiate but resource managers at California's largest lake remains are demanding $200 million before signing off on the deal... Read more»

Ajo BP agents detain 325 people as part of long-term trend in remote Arizona wilderness

Ajo-area Border Patrol agents encountered 325 Central Americans — including 150 children — who entered the U.S. and surrendered to agents west of Lukeville, Ariz., on Thursday morning. ... Read more»

Shooting closes Nogales border crossing

Customs and Border Protection officials shot a Tucson man trying to drive south into Mexico through a Nogales border crossing Thursday evening.... Read more»

I-19 ramp closed, lanes restricted Thursday night

The northbound Interstate 19 on-ramp at Irvington Road will be closed and northbound I-19 near Ajo Way will be reduced to a single lane overnight Thursday, Feb. 7.... Read more»

Guest opinion

The dangerous economics of a militarized border

Despite his alleged business acumen, President Trump's zero-sum calculus over a border wall and government shutdowns has also had another victim: small businesses. ... Read more»

Preseason soccer

Houston & Minnesota fire blanks in not-so friendly Tucson scrimmage

Minnesota United FC and Houston Dynamo met at Kino North Stadium on surprisingly chilly Wednesday night for a scrimmage in front of a small crowd. The night ended in no goals for either side, but plenty of confrontations.... Read more»

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