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In letters, death row inmate finds ‘family’ he never had

Daniel Wayne Cook has never traveled overseas, but a British woman has played an active role in his life for the past two decades and a British anesthetic will have an active role in his scheduled execution Tuesday for the murders of two Lake Havasu men in 1987.... Read more»1

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Winding Road stages fitting eulogy for Lanford Wilson

Speaking Friday before the opening of the Winding Road Theater Ensemble's production of Lanford Wilson’s “Fifth of July,” director Glen Coffman said poignantly that until Thursday, he had considered Wilson to be America’s greatest living playwright. ... Read more»


Honor Rob Krentz by strengthening border security efforts

One year ago on March 27, the son of Southern Arizona pioneers who lived and worked on land his family has ranched since territorial days was found murdered about 20 miles north of the international border. Rob Krentz, a true son of the American West, was a victim of our nation's failure to secure the border.... Read more»


Libya's foreign minister defects to U.K.

Libya's foreign minister was being questioned in Britain Thursday after his defection cast a shadow over Muammar Gaddafi's significant advances against outflanked rebel forces. (with video)... Read more»


'Take me out to the ball game'

It's baseball's Opening Day. If you can't make it out to a ballpark, then sit back and enjoy a rendition or three of the 1908 classic "Take Me Out To The Ball Game?" Play ball! (with videos)... Read more»

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AAA: Tucson's Prop. 201 wouldn't make streets safer

Why Prop. 201 is so unsettling: if passed, it would prohibit the use of photo enforcement for both red lights and speeding in Tucson. While an over-reliance on automated enforcement should be avoided, when used responsibly, this technology has significant life-saving benefits.... Read more»13

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