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No Canada! FC Tucson makes short work of Toronto FC II

FC Tucson played a dominant game against Toronto FC at Kino North Stadium on Wednesday night, defeating Toronto FC II 3 - 1 in front of 1,772 fans.... Read more»

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The predicament of Italian soccer

A Champions League win against Chelsea and World Cup glory won't reverse Italian soccer's flagging fortunes.... Read more»

Manny Pacquiao

Famed Filipino boxer heads to the polls

Famed Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao is planning his next knockout, but this time it won't be in the ring. Instead, he is running for a Congressional seat.With many of his most ardent supporters divided over whether they want him to fight outside the ring, it could be his toughest bout yet.... Read more»

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»

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»

Arizona Wildcats basketball

UA to face UCLA in Pac-10 tourney

The Arizona men's basketball team will face UCLA at 1 p.m. Tucson time on Thursday in the Pacific-10 Conference Tournament... Read more»

Arizona Wildcats basketball

In the Nic of time for Wildcats

KWBA had to cancel its plans to show a ceremony honoring Nic Wise after UA’s game headed into overtime, then double overtime. So Wise did a little showing off at the end, hitting another game-winning shot, scooping in a layup with 1.2 seconds left.... Read more»

La Fiesta de los Vaqueros

Rodeo photo roundup (2010)

Cowboys, cowgirls and fans have celebrated La Fiesta de los Vaqueros for 85 years. The Tucson Rodeo has grown to be one the the top 25 in North America. Photographer Will Seberger was on the scene, getting dusty and muddy so you don't have to.... Read more»


The Michael Jordan of India

"The only name that we think of when we think of cricket is Sachin. Every single record of batting is Sachin. Whatever — centuries, half centuries, sixers, fours, boundaries, runs, test matches, one days — he is the one."... Read more»

Winter Olympics

Were the Olympics worth it for Vancouver?

Worries will now spring up about the legacy of Vancouver 2010. And while the new transportation infrastructure and improvements were needed, that's hardly enough to justify the decade in the making of this vast endeavor.... Read more»

Comic: Pharmacology

Just say no to drugs (except on 1st & 10)

The NFL is in favor of performance enhancing drugs. Sort of.... Read more»

Comic: Ambition

Own the (Olympic) podium

Did Canadians 'own the podium' in Vancouver, as they'd threatened? We'd have to say, from our south-of-the-border perspective ... no.... Read more»

Comic: Innovation

Curling... 2014

One man, one dream ... and an invention that would change the sports world forever.... Read more»

Arizona Wildcats softball

Cause of death released for UA softball recruit from Calif.

Nadia Brianne Matthews, a 16-year-old softball recruit from California recruited to play for UA died Thursday night. ... Read more»

Comic: Winter Olympics

If the Pope were a figure skating judge

Japanese figure skater Miki Ando is a former world champion, and the reigning queen of saucy outfits. What would the Pope think? We're pretty sure we know.... Read more»


Mount Lemmon Ski Valley opening Thursday

Oh, boy! With the sun shining and at least a foot of fresh snow on Mount Lemmon, Wednesday looked like a perfect opportunity to beat the rodeo rush and snatch a day of skiing from the jaws of the Sonoran Desert.... Read more»

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