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Rothschild delivered his last 'State of the City' address and it could have been a lot worse.

Mayor Rothschild looked around, saw what was doable and led Tucson's City Council to getting it done. Maybe that’s low-hanging fruit but he never promised more than he could deliver, and usually accomplished what he said he'd do. Read more»


As Halloween draws near, ghosts, goblins and ghouls come out to play this weekend Read more»

The Pima College men dominated the stats but failed to find the back of the net. In women's soccer, Ironwood High grad Camie Barbera scored her fourth and fifth for the season. Read more»

The Pima Community College women's soccer team had a commanding victory over Glendale Community College on Thursday afternoon. Their six goals included a hat-trick from Camie Barbera. Read more»

The Pima football team lost a heartbreaker at Phoenix College on Thursday as the Aztecs fell 17-14. A game-winning field goal with 0.11 seconds left by Phoenix College's kicker put them ahead for good. Read more»

Pima Community College's men's soccer team had a strong start to their 2012 season, beating the Gauchos of Glendale Community College by a stunning margin of 5 - 1 at Aztec Field on Thursday afternoon. Read more»

Arizona's Kirstyn Magyar dispossesses Arizona State's Sierra Cook in a 2011 game.

As the UA soccer team prepares to play their home opener against BYU on Thursday, Coach Lisa Oyen already sees a new attitude in her squad. "We are progressing." Plus: Pima prepares for debut, Wildcat in U-20 World Cup Read more»

The Pima College women's soccer team made the playoffs last season. This year, they are looking to repeat that success with only three second year players. Read more»

The program serves up a number of out-of-town experts and authors for a relatively small price tag: $130 for the entire weekend. Read more»

The sky will darken early over Tucson on Sunday with the first solar eclipse viewable in the United States in 18 years, and Saguaro National Park and the University of Arizona are offering prime viewing. Read more»

Pima Community College is set to graduate the largest class in the school's history Thursday at Tucson Convention Center Arena, with 3,624 students. Read more»

Following up the UA's "I Dream in Widescreen," Pima Community College will host its own free screening of student projects on Monday and Tuesday in the Proscenium Theatre at the college’s West Campus. Read more»

The UA’s annual “I Dream In Widescreen," which features thesis films written, produced and directed by UA students, is fast becoming a must-see event. Read more»

The Aztecs won three games to claim the NJCAA Region I Tournament Championship on Saturday in Prescott, sending the Pima Community College softball team to the NJCAA National Tournament later this month in St. George, Utah Read more»

The Pima baseball team's season came to an end on Friday at Central Arizona College in the second game of the Region I Tournament. Read more»

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