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Tucsonans who want to create more shade around their homes can buy low-cost desert trees through the Trees for Tucson program, which promotes planting trees to reduce energy and pollution around the city. Read more»

Sixth Street will be closed near the University of Arizona stadium from 5 a.m.-6 p.m. on Saturday and possibly Sunday., as crews paint the supports for a new scoreboard. Read more»

Concerned about losing your home to a foreclosure? Pima County is sponsoring a free foreclosure prevention workshop Saturday. Read more»

Adam Amparano watches the FIFA Women's World Cup at Trident Grill. Amparano has been member of the American Outlaws soccer fan club since the local Tucson chapter began 3 years ago.

Self-proclaimed soccer hooligans crowded Trident Grill to root for the U.S. team in the Women's World Cup on Sunday. The team lost on penalty kicks, after twice giving up the lead as Japan scored equalizing goals. Read more» 2

Locking up your car is not enough to keep the vehicle from being stolen, Tucson police said. Tucson ranked 22nd in the nation for auto theft in 2010. TPD will offer free VIN etching Saturday. Read more»

Steer clear of the University of Arizona along 6th Street this weekend. Construction crews will be working on a new high-definition video scoreboard at Arizona Stadium. Read more»

The National 9/11 Flag

Organizers of a tour of a flag that flew over the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, are looking for local service heroes to help restore the banner. Read more»

A pilot program will offer homeowners the ability to control their air conditioning over the Internet, and help the electric company save energy. Read more»