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2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Giffords Upgraded to Serious Condition (weekly)

        Today's news from University Medical Center:
Three patients from the tragic shooting a week ago remain at UMC. Two are listed in good condition and U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has been upgraded to serious condition from critical because ... read more

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
A Remarkably Fair Look at Tucson's Relationship With Guns (weekly)

        From the Sacramento Bee:
Mike Harris has similar views. The former Marine Corps drill instructor said he carries a concealed pistol, a habit he picked up after being robbed when he was the owner of several Sizzler steakhouses and frequently ... read more

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
If a Yodeling Ventriloquist Can't Be Miss America, Who Can? (weekly)

        Ladies and gentlemen, Miss Arkansas Alyse Eady, who was unjustly robbed of the Miss America title last night, but still has an outside chance at being appointed our new queen:

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2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Sen. McCain Writes About Civility in the Washington Post (weekly)

        Senator John McCain's editorial for the Washington Post begins with the line "President Obama gave a terrific speech Wednesday night", which is surprising enough, but from there he presents an interesting essay on the state of political ... read more

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Snapshot: A March for Peace (weekly)

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2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
J. Eric Fuller Has a Rough Night (weekly)

        It's understandable that a victim of the Safeway shooting might be having a rough time still, but threatening someone's life is never going to go over well.
A victim of the shooting spree here that killed six people and wounded 13, ... read more

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Saturday, Jan. 15

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Neighborhood Briefs (starnet-local)


2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
correction (starnet-local)

• "Memorial funds set up for victims and families," Sunday on
A6, included incorrect information about the Tucson Children's
Museum, 200 S. Sixth Ave. It offered free admission Saturday, Jan

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Martin Luther King events start this morning at UA (starnet-local)

In honor of what would ... read more

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Tux 'n Boots Gala to honor seniors, aid charity (starnet-local)

A group of 105 teenage ... read more

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Stoddard lived a life of heroism (starnet-local)

In the aftermath of the Jan. 8 attack that took his life and
those of five others, Dorwan Stoddard has been hailed as a hero by
the public, the press and the president of the United States.

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
This year's MLK day a timely way to aid others (starnet-local)

The federal holiday honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. has
taken on added meaning for many Americans this year as they try to
make sense of the violence here that left six people dead and a

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Leg of Rillito River Park to be closed (starnet-local)

A short leg of the Rillito River Park will be closed for six
months starting next Monday for construction of a set of paved
paths there.

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Radar van locations (starnet-local)

The city's two police radar vans are scheduled to snap
photographs of speeders at these locations today:

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Martin Luther King Day - What's closed (starnet-local)

What's closed for the Rev. Martin Luther King holiday today

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Panel on D-M will meet this week (starnet-local)

A committee geared toward improving relations between Tucson
residents and Davis-Monthan Air Force Base will hold its next
public meeting Wednesday.

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Giffords' condition upgraded to serious (starnet-local)

Doctors upgraded U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' condition from
critical to serious Sunday, one day after she was removed from a

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
At Las Vegas 'Congress on Your Corner,' 10 cops stand watch (starnet-local)

LAS VEGAS - When Rep. Shelley Berkley decided to hold a
"Congress on Your Corner" event here Friday, her plan was to prove
that fear hadn't changed the way Congress works. She wound up

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Local justice called crucial to victims' kin (starnet-local)

When a federal jury in Denver decided Terry Nichols should be
spared the death penalty for his part in the Oklahoma City bombing,
Richard Wintory saw firsthand the anger, disbelief and

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Tucson Oddity: Tweezer-like art piece at UA picks up its fans over years (starnet-local)

If age confers respectability ... read more

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Hundreds join walk to to Giffords' office (starnet-local)

Hundreds of people walked ... read more

2011-01-17 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 17 2011\
Walk for Peace in Tucson draws hundreds (starnet-local)

Hundreds of people walked roughly two miles from a north-side
park  to U.S. Rep Gabrielle Giffords’ office Sunday to come
together as a community in the wake of last week’s shooting.

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
The Fallout (weekly)

        Arizona becomes the talk of the nation after the signing of SB 1070
            by Jim Nintzel
          Standing before a massive May Day crowd protesting Arizona's new immigration law last Saturday ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Live (weekly)

        The Sand Rubies' 25th Anniversary, Van Christian, Silverbell
            by Linda Ray
          THE SAND RUBIES' 25TH ANNIVERSARY, VAN CHRISTIAN, SILVERBELL PLUSH Friday, April 30 Had the Sidewinders ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Table for One (weekly)

        Invisible Theatre cooks up a fine production of a poorly constructed play
            by Sherilyn Forrester
          The plate is not the only empty thing in the Invisible Theatre's production of Michael ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Guest Opinion (weekly)

        Western water policy needs to change to reflect new realities—like less water and more pollution
            by Dan McCool
          Change comes hard to Western water policy. The prior appropriation ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Top Ten in Movies (weekly)

        Casa Video's top rentals for the week
          Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending May 2, 2010 1. It's Complicated Universal 2. The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus Sony Pictures Classics 3. Five Minutes ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Food Revolution (weekly)

        Local-eats ambassador Kim Fox is heading on another adventure to learn lessons on sustainability
            by Mari Herreras
          When you first meet Kim Fox, you may think that all she ever talks ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Minus the Bear: Omni (Dangerbird) (weekly)

        by Sean Bottai
          If you've never heard Minus the Bear before, the track "Knights," on 2007's Planet of Ice, is a great place to start. On it, lead singer Jake Snider's coo is sexy enough—he channels ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Timely Performance (weekly)

        Safos Dance Theatre's debut show addresses issues important in the borderlands
            by Margaret Regan
          When Yvonne Montoya set the date for her dance troupe's inaugural concert, she had ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Mailbag (weekly)

        We Have No Choice but to Pass Prop 100; Prop 100: Just the Latest in a Long Line of 'Education' Taxes; Danehy's Tea Party Column: Huh?; SB 1070 Isn't About Race—but Perhaps We Should be Suspicious of Latinos ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
K. Rat (weekly)

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2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
The Skinny (weekly)

        Gov. Jan Brewer pulls ahead of her Republican rivals. Â… Sen. John McCainÂ’s support is collapsing. Â… Journalist John Dougherty wants to run for the U.S. Senate Â… and more!
            by Jim Nintzel ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
The Morning Benders: Big Echo (Rough Trade) (weekly)

        by Eric Swedlund
          There's never been a shortage of pop bands taking to the beach for fun and inspiration, and Berkeley, Calif.'s Morning Benders are following in the right footsteps. The band's debut, Talking ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Nine Questions (weekly)

        Dan Shapiro
            by Kristine Peashock
          Dan Shapiro, 28, is an out-of-work freelance writer—or, as he likes to say, he's "between drinks." Shapiro is also a resident DJ for Powhaus ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Police Dispatch (weekly)

        Tupac attack; if you can't get clean, don't be a housecleaner
            by Anna Mirocha
          TUPAC ATTACK EAST FRANKFORT STRAVENUE APRIL 10, 3:10 P.M. A special-needs rap fan became enraged when ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Red Meat (weekly)

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2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Top Ten in Music (weekly)

        Zia Records top sales for the week
          Zia Records top sales for the week ending May 2, 2010 1. Bullet for My Valentine Fever (Zomba/RED) 2. Dirty Heads Any Port in a Storm (Executive Music) 3. Avatar (DVD ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Media Watch (weekly)

        'Star': Editing error leads to front-page correction
            by Mari Herreras
          'STAR': EDITING ERROR LEADS TO FRONT-PAGE CORRECTION When the Arizona Daily Star posted an online story on Sunday ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars: Rise and Shine (Cumbancha) (weekly)

        by Jim Lipson
          When this group first burst on the scene, it was difficult to figure out which was more compelling—their harrowing survival of Sierra Leone's brutal civil war and their unlikely coming ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
A Better Gift Than an Apple (weekly)

        by Trista Davis
          At a time when budget cuts have wracked public education, Tucson Values Teachers is doing its part to show educators just how much they're appreciated. On Friday, May 7, Tucson Values Teachers ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
T Q&A (weekly)

        by Mari Herreras
          Daniel Buckley was shooting video for the Tucson Citizen last year when he got the call that the last day for the paper had finally arrived. He shot video of the final press run and posted ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Random Shots (weekly)

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2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Weekly Wide Web (weekly)

        SB 1070 Simplified
            by Nick Smith
          Most of the people talking about Arizona's new immigration law haven't read SB 1070. That's what I discovered while talking to people at last week ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
World of Food (weekly)

        Lee Lee Oriental Supermarket contains goodies from around the world—plus two very good eateries
            by Jacqueline Kuder
          I love San Francisco's Chinatown, which has hundreds of ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Noshing Around (weekly)

        Coming Soon: 47 Scott; Chef's Garden for jaxKitchen; Mr. An Returns to the Northwest Side; Monkey Burger Opening Downtown
            by Adam Borowitz
          Coming Soon: 47 Scott Nicole Flowers, who ... read more

2010-05-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 06 2010\
Now Showing at Home (weekly)

        Uncertainty; Disgrace (Blu-ray); The Lovely Bones (Blu-ray); The Slammin' Salmon (Blu-ray)
            by Bob Grimm
          Uncertainty IFC MOVIE B- SPECIAL FEATURES C DVD GEEK FACTOR 5.5 (OUT OF 10 ... read more

2009-08-21 \Tucson\News\Daily\Aug 21 2009\
UMC introduces 'islet' transplant for pancreas pain (starnet-local)
For the past eight years, 48-year-old Robin Galbraith lived with a chronic stabbing in her mid-section that the mother of two says was "twice the pain of childbirth."

2009-08-21 \Tucson\News\Daily\Aug 21 2009\
Ribbon-cutting for new Fourth Ave. Underpass (starnet-local)
The new Fourth Avenue Underpass connecting downtown to Fourth Avenue opened Thursday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, music, food vendors and trolley rides.

2009-08-21 \Tucson\News\Daily\Aug 21 2009\
Police identify officer in traffic-stop shooting (starnet-local)
An officer who fired at an armed man as he fled from a traffic stop has been identified as Officer Blake Deimund.

2009-08-21 \Tucson\News\Daily\Aug 21 2009\
Budget rejected by Brewer is back again (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — State lawmakers sent Gov. Jan Brewer the same spending package on Thursday that she vetoed more than a month ago in hopes she'll see things differently this time.

2009-08-21 \Tucson\News\Daily\Aug 21 2009\
New dorm at UA rising (starnet-local)
Work continues on the new dorm for University of Arizona students at East Sixth Street and North Euclid Avenue. The new building is directly south of the Coronado dorm. The campus of Tucson High Magnet School is at top right.

2009-08-21 \Tucson\News\Daily\Aug 21 2009\
Cops say sex-offender didn't update address (starnet-local)
A 43-year-old man was arrested this week for not updating his address under the sex offender registration law, police said.

2009-08-21 \Tucson\News\Daily\Aug 21 2009\
Radar van locations (starnet-local)
The city's police radar van is  scheduled to snap photographs of speeders at these locations today, according to the Tucson Police  Department:

2009-08-21 \Tucson\News\Daily\Aug 21 2009\
Life stories : VA volunteer a doer whose humor gave patients a lift (starnet-local)
Eva LeVine's military service didn't end with her discharge from the Women's Army Corps at the end of World War II.

2009-08-21 \Tucson\News\Daily\Aug 21 2009\
Quick Read: Know top students? Help us honor them (starnet-local)
Do you know students who are excelling in — and out — of the classroom? Would you like to recognize them? Let us help.

2009-08-21 \Tucson\News\Daily\Aug 21 2009\
Forum is set on housing affordability (starnet-local)
Attorney General Terry Goddard, Rep. RaĂşl Grijalva, D-Ariz., and County Supervisor Richard ElĂ­as will speak at a forum Saturday on housing affordability.

2009-08-21 \Tucson\News\Daily\Aug 21 2009\
Quilters' stitches aid kids, fund research (starnet-local)
El Pueblo Quilters were busy bees putting together quilts for needy Tucson children during a quilt-a-thon at St. Frances Cabrini Church's hall.

2009-08-21 \Tucson\News\Daily\Aug 21 2009\
Web game aided by O'Connor simulates court (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — A free computer game for teenagers created with the help of Sandra Day O'Connor has made its Internet debut.

2008-12-06 'Amazing' hospice volunteers are 'belled' (starnet-local)
The recipients of this week's Ben's Bell are Myron and Lucie Andersen, who have spent decades helping people live happier, better lives.
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2008-12-06 11-year old boy missing since Thursday night has been found (citizen-local)
An 11-year-old boy who walked away from Tucson Mall Thursday night showed up at home shortly before noon on Friday, a Tucson police spokesman said.
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2008-12-06 BASIS, Univ. High recognized nationally (starnet-local)
Two Tucson high schools are ranked among the top 25 in U.S. News & World Report's second annual list of the top 100 public high schools in the United States.
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2008-12-06 Bankruptcy filings drop in November (citizen-local)
Money pressures continue to pinch Arizonans, yet the most cash-strapped consumers might be taking a holiday break from trying to liquidate their debts.
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2008-12-06 Blood Donations (starnet-local)
The American Red Cross will be seeking blood donors at these times and places next week. To schedule your appointment, call 1-800-448-3543.
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2008-12-06 Boy who disappeared on mall trip is found unharmed (citizen-local)
Tucson police say more than 30 police personnel, a police helicopter and a command post worked through the night to try to find a boy reported missing Thursday from Tucson Mall by his parents.
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2008-12-06 Brewer says she won't rule out tax boost (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Incoming Gov. Jan Brewer said Friday that raising taxes is an option to pull the state out of a $1.2 billion budget shortfall this year, as well as an even larger one predicted for next year.
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2008-12-06 Bus with entrants rolls (starnet-local)
A bus carrying five undocumented people for the Border Patrol rolled Friday morning about 14 miles west of Three Points.
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2008-12-06 Businessman, humanitarian Goldwyn left indelible mark (starnet-local)
Howard Goldwyn was a successful businessman, operating retail stores in Tucson for decades.
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2008-12-06 Cop school's January session to be held despite budget woes (citizen-local)
Even if the City Council decides Tuesday to delay police and fire academies to save money in a tight budget year, the class to start in January will still go ahead, a police spokesman said Friday.
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2008-12-06 County wants extra $8 on each photo-radar ticket (citizen-local)
Speeders would be hit with an additional $8 charge for tickets generated by Arizona Department of Public Safety cameras on interstates under a proposal to go to the Pima County Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
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2008-12-06 DeConcini calls regents' UA tuition vote do-over 'skullduggery' (citizen-local)
TEMPE - In a bizarre turn of events where rumor and innuendo interrupted the normally staid meeting, the Arizona Board of Regents on Friday raised tuition and fees for resident undergraduates at the University of Arizona by $545, a day after they had capped those costs at $206.
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2008-12-06 Deaths (citizen-local)
Compiled by Jared Juan. For information, call 573-4561.
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2008-12-06 Deaths (starnet-local)

  The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted. Occupations are stated when available.
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2008-12-06 Delays snag transportation projects (starnet-local)
A number of road projects, large and small, that were approved by voters as part of the Regional Transportation Plan are being stalled because of delays in getting permits approved and utility lines moved.
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2008-12-06 Drivers, here's a listing of upcoming road closures (starnet-local)
Tucson Electric Power will repair some poles along Contractors Way near the Alvernon Way overpass next week.
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2008-12-06 El Tour crash probe turned over to county attorney (citizen-local)
The Pima County Sheriff's Department's investigation of a hit-and-run bicycle crash involving El Tour de Tucson riders went to the Pima County Attorney's Office on Friday afternoon.
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2008-12-06 Feds leaked info to media, lawyer for Renzi charges (starnet-local)
A lawyer for U.S. Rep. Rick Renzi accused the Justice Department Friday of leaking information on an investigation of the Arizona congressman so he would talk about it on a wiretapped cell phone.
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2008-12-06 Film at Jewish center looks at anti-Semitism in Europe viewed in film at Jewish center (starnet-local)
A free screening of Media Projects' latest film, "The Monster Among Us," will be shown at the Tucson Jewish Community Center, 3800 E. River Road, at 2 p.m. Sunday.
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2008-12-06 GOP leaders reject special session on budget (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Republican legislative leaders have pulled the plug on plans for a special session to deal with the state's budget deficit.
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2008-12-06 Governor-to-be says she inherits fiscal crisis (citizen-local)
PHOENIX — Arizona Secretary of State Jan Brewer said Friday she will inherit a state in fiscal crisis due to the state's lack of caution and that she's taking no options - including raising taxes - off the table, at least for now.
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2008-12-06 Grandparents rule the school (starnet-local)
Kindergartner Jordan Allen took someone special with him to school last week — his grandmother.
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2008-12-06 I-10 weekend construction update (citizen-local)
Interstate 10 widening continues between 29th Street and Prince Road and will create the following restrictions:
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2008-12-06 Jimmy's forecast (starnet-local)
A weak ridge of high pressure brings dry and warm conditions through today. A low- pressure system from the Eastern Pacific will bring an increase in cloudiness and a slight chance of showers Sunday evening and Monday morning. Temperatures will be about five degrees lower Monday and Tuesday.
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2008-12-06 Man ID'd: killed self, shot wife (starnet-local)
An estranged husband who shot himself to death after shooting his wife Thursday has been identified as 52-year-old Gary Hare.
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2008-12-06 Man pleads guilty in bogus investment scheme (starnet-local)
A Tucson man accused of fraudulently collecting $350,000 and using it to gamble pleaded guilty Thursday to securities fraud and filing a false income-tax return.
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2008-12-06 Man shot fatally in home invasion is ID'd (starnet-local)
A man shot to death in what appears to be a drug-related home invasion has been identified as Andre Pepe-Bruno, 20.
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2008-12-06 Motor-home incident disrupts I-19 (starnet-local)
A man who pointed a gun at paramedics when they responded to his Rio Rico home to check on him Friday led police on a pursuit that ended when he lost control of his vehicle, disrupting traffic on Interstate 19 for hours.
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2008-12-06 NW Side collision kills driver (starnet-local)
A woman was killed late Friday afternoon when she drove her car into oncoming traffic on West Cortaro Road, west of the Arizona Pavillions shopping center, authorities said.
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2008-12-06 New study fuels debate on Taser safety (citizen-local)
A new study has found that the type of Taser stun gun used most by police officers can fire more electricity than the company says is possible, which the study's authors say raises the risk of cardiac arrest as much as 50 percent in some people.
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2008-12-06 OJ Simpson sentenced to 15 years (kvoa)
LAS VEGAS (AP - A broken O.J. Simpson has been sentenced to at least 15 years in prison for a Las Vegas hotel armed robbery by a judge who rejected his apology and said, "It was much more than stupidity."
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2008-12-06 Open house at Interfaith Community Services is Friday (citizen-local)
A holiday open house at Interfaith Community Services is set for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at 2820 W. Ina Road.
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2008-12-06 Police chase ends with RV crash in Santa Cruz River at I-19 (citizen-local)
A Rio Rico man started his Friday morning by pulling a gun on paramedics, then crashing his motor home when he tried to flee on Interstate 19, authorities said.
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2008-12-06 Police radar van locations (starnet-local)
The city's police radar van is scheduled to snap photographs of speeders at these locations this weekend, according to the Tucson Police Department's Web site:
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2008-12-06 Racing foes file complaints against Tucson Greyhound Park vets (citizen-local)
Opponents of greyhound racing in Tucson have filed complaints with the state against veterinarians who monitor the dogs at Tucson Greyhound Park.
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2008-12-06 Regents' reversal restores UA hike (starnet-local)
TEMPE — A day after rejecting UA President Robert Shelton's plan to raise tuition and fees by $545, the Arizona Board of Regents acquiesced Friday to his price hike in an unprecedented reversal that one regent called "skullduggery."
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2008-12-06 SUNDAY DELIVERY COULD BE DELAYED (starnet-local)
In our continuing effort to bring you the most complete newspaper possible, we are moving our Saturday press times later to ensure that we have the final sports scores locally and from around the nation. This may cause your Sunday delivery times to be later than usual.
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2008-12-06 Santa Cruz River 'navigable,' says EPA; decision affects development (citizen-local)
The Environmental Protection Agency has deemed two portions of the Santa Cruz River navigable, which means the usually dry "waterway" deserves full protection under the federal Clean Water Act.
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2008-12-06 Scouts' food drive is at five sites today (starnet-local)
The Catalina Council Boy Scouts of America is conducting a non-perishable-food drive today throughout the Tucson metro area.
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2008-12-06 Smuggler in fatal accident gets 7 years (starnet-local)
A smuggler who lost control of his vehicle and crashed, leaving two people dead and four others critically injured, was sentenced to seven years in prison Thursday.
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2008-12-06 Star seeks school listings (starnet-local)
The Arizona Daily Star is preparing its annual list of private and charter schools, to be published in early 2009.
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2008-12-06 Successful bus-stuffing (starnet-local)
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2008-12-06 Suspects flee after crash (starnet-local)
Two armed-robbery suspects fled the scene after their Cadillac Escalade with Sonora plates  crashed while they were being chased by sheriff's deputies, authorities said.
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2009-02-26 Temple Rentals
Built in 1927, the Temple of Music and Art is a proper cultural arts venue. When the Temple first opened, just visiting the place was considered an event. We feel it’s safe to say the building has upheld its reputation. Constructed in an elegant, Southwestern style, the Temple breathes grace and class with its beautiful surroundings of cobbled stone, fountain–splashed patio, and quiet tree-lined street. Now home of the Arizona Theatre Company, the Temple has been called “one of this city’s most elegant buildings” by Tucson Weekly (1995).

The spacious Alice Holsclaw Theatre with its 623 seats is a marvelous place to see either Shakespeare or concerts. There truly isn't a bad seat in the house: Sightlines are good from every location, there's plenty of leg room, the acoustics are great an more...
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2008-12-06 Temple of Music and Art offers tours of building (citizen-local)
The Temple of Music and Art has been on the chopping block nearly since its doors opened in 1927.
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2008-12-06 Tombstone wreck kills 1 (starnet-local)
A 14-year-old girl was killed in a two-vehicle crash near Tombstone Friday when the car she was riding in was struck by a pickup, authorities said.
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2008-12-06 Trial opens for 2 in meth, stolen-car case (starnet-local)
When the women surrounding Howard McMonigal and Ignacio "Nacho" Rimer messed up, they were punished, Deputy Pima County Attorney Kellie Johnson told jurors Friday.
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2008-12-06 Tucson Time Capsule : Livengood's start at UA (starnet-local)
On Dec. 6, 1993, University of Arizona President Manuel Pacheco announced that Jim Livengood would be the new athletic director. He was offered a three-year contract worth about $390,000 in base salary, with a clause in his contract that would be worth an extra six figures annually. Livengood, from Washington State University, was replacing Cedric Dempsey, who left to become executive director of the NCAA. At a press conference, Livengood said: "As we enter the next era, we need to look at endowments and hope that in 15 or 30 years people will look back and say, 'Gosh, back in the early '90s (the UA) was able to get a handle on endowments and those type of things.' "
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