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Pima Community College will provide free transportation for its students starting in the fall, with a shuttle running between the UA and three PCC campuses twice daily. Read more»

Hundreds of species could be at risk for endangerment or extinction if they are not able to adjust to rising temperatures during the next century, according to a new study by a UA ecologist. Read more»

The Prescott Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial Education Fund will help provide for the 13 children and three unborn children who lost one of their parents in the Yarnell Hill Fire south of Prescott. Read more»

The Vamos a Tucson Mexican Baseball Fiesta will hit Kino Stadium this fall for the third year in a row. The Naranjeros de Hermosillo, Tomateros de Culiacan and Yaquis de Obregon from the Mexican Pacific League will play in the event. Players from the Los Angeles Dodgers' instructional league team will also participate. Read more»

After being placed on probation by the Higher Learning Commission for failing to meet accreditation requirements, Pima College is asking community members for assistance. Read more»

Erlin on May 22.

Left-hander Robbie Erlin was dominant in his lone start last week, tossing seven shutout innings with 11 strikeouts against the Sacramento River Cats. Read more»

Miller in 2011.

After commissioning an independent report on the behavior of UA Coach Sean Miller at March's NCAA tournament, PAC-12 officials said they stand behind their reprimand and fine imposed on the basketball coach. The conference will revamp its officiating program in the wake of the incident, officials said. Read more»

After $1.9 million in renovations, the Eckstrom-Columbus Library will reopen with additional study rooms, a new meeting room and space for 51 public computers, along with an expanded children's section. Read more»

ChamberLab musicians rehearse for an upcoming show in Tucson.

ChamberLab — Tucson's alt-classical DIY chamber music project — will celebrate the first anniversary of its quarterly concert series Saturday night with a performance at Cafe Detsa. Read more»

TUSD students living in qualified areas can eat for free this summer; breakfasts and lunches paid for by the federal government will be served May 28-July 26. Read more»

With more than 700 miles of bikeways around the city designated for cyclists, Tucson continues to be one of the nation's top bicycling destinations, and a home for commuter and recreational riders, according to recent rankings.. Read more»