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Danish forward Andreas Cornelius opened the scoring in the 8th minute.

An inexperienced Canadian side fell victim to a veteran Danish team on Saturday at Kino Stadium. The Danes won the friendly match by an emphatic 4-0, led by a young forward who scored a hat trick. Read more»

An interview with Pima County Supervisor Richard Elias, plus, a conversation with Pima County's new health director, Dr. Francisco Garcia, and Tucson writer Judith Knight talks about her new cookbook, "The Knights at the Round Table." Read more»

Seattle Mariners' Alex Liddi stretches to force Milwaukee Brewers' left fielder Kentrail Davis out in his run for first base during a spring training game on Friday.

The Seattle Mariners faced off against the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday as spring training made a brief return to Tucson. 7,000 people turned out to enjoy the weather, get baseballs autographed, and watch big leaguers at work Read more»

Fans watch a baseball game at Kino Stadium.

The Milwaukee Brewers and Seattle Mariners will face off in the latest addition to spring training games in the Old Pueblo, the Pima County Sports and Tourism Authority announced Monday. Read more» 1

College football players from around the country practiced in Tucson on Thursday, preparing for the inaugural Casino Del Sol College All-Star Game. Kickoff is 6 p.m. Monday at Kino Stadium. (with rosters) Read more» 1

Today on Buckmaster - It's the Monday Political Face-Off with commentators Paul Eckerstrom and John Munger. Also, Mike Feder of the Tucson Padres talks about the upcoming college football all-star game at Kino Stadium. Plus, if you love San Xavier del Bac Mission, you might want to become a docent. Read more»

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The Tucson community will honor the victims and heroes of Jan. 8 with BEYOND: Commemorate, Celebrate, Commit, a day full of events in and around the city that include outdoor activities and a celebration of democracy. Read more»

Baseball means dogs and hot dogs at Bark in the Park. The Tucson Padres will take the field against the Albuquerque Isotopes, as well.

The Tucson Padres' Bark in the Park, hosted with the Humane Society of Southern Arizona, will allow baseball fans to bring their dogs to the ballpark on Sunday. Read more»

Tucsonans thought spring training was gone for good last year. Not only will there be a game between the Diamondbacks and White Sox on Monday at Kino Stadium, but a second spring training matchup has now been announced. Read more»

Because of the Metrodome collapse this winter, the Dairy Queen Classic tournament—a set of round-robin college baseball games between four teams—will be held at Kino Stadium (formerly Tucson Electric Park) on Mar. 4-6. Read more»

Mike Feder, general manager of the Tucson Padres, wanted to make a statement to local baseball fans by having the lowest-priced tickets in all of Triple-A baseball. Read more»

Baseball's back in Tucson, or will be, come April. The Tucson Padres released their 2011 home schedule on Tuesday. The season will begin April 7, but the 68-game home schedule won't start until April 15. Read more»

The latest incarnation of minor league baseball in town will be called the Tucson Padres, the team confirmed Saturday. The team is working to finalize a deal to play at the former Tucson Electric Park. Read more»