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Our most popular column offers up it's craziest, zaniest and dmost unbelievable stories of the year that was. Here is our Police Beat: Best of 2017-2018.
Senior years goes by in a flash, and as graduation nears, grad photographers spend their days capturing the last few weeks of it.
The Highland Market supervisor called the University of Arizona Police Department on March 23 to help him nab the latest shoplifting suspect: a middle schooler.
A University of Arizona Police Department officer jumped on the case after a male student jumped on his patrol vehicle at around 4:30 p.m. on April 7.
An ongoing issue with a Babcock Hall resident and her smoke detector required a University of Arizona Police Department officer’s intervention April 3.
University of Arizona Police Department officers witnessed three men at the Hillenbrand Aquatic Center jump onto a golf cart in an attempt to evade the police on April 10, 2016.
For families with children too short to ride carnival rides, Spring Fling’s Kids Korner provides a special space featuring games and activities perfect for the little ones.
Hundreds of students know what it’s like to place an order on Tapingo, but not many know what happens between that moment and the moment when the food arrives at their doors. That’s where Tapingo couriers kick in to gear.
David D. Breshears was appointed a Regents Professor in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at the recent meeting of the Arizona Board of Regents on April 6.
The University of Arizona Mineral Museum will be moving up in the world, from the basement of the Flandrau Science Center to the historic Pima County Courthouse, after a lease between Pima County and the UA was approved by the Arizona Board of Regents on April 5.
The Arizona Board of Regents concluded their meeting at the on Friday, April 6 by amending head men’s basketball coach Sean Miller’s contract, clarifying personal safety devices for students and appointing new regents professors from UA.
The groundskeeper at Hillenbrand Stadium called the University of Arizona Police Department after an unknown thief literally tried to steal home plate.
While many people simply dream of having their houses filled with adorable animals, freshman education and pre-business student Brennen Feder turned that dream into a reality.
A University of Arizona Police Department officer arrived at the Main Library in reference to a woman drinking something a little stronger than coffee at 12:45 p.m. on March 12.
All Roads Lead to Chaco Canyon and may one day lead straight to the World Trade Organization. This was the idea behind the All Roads Lead to Chaco Canyon conference, the first conference to focus specifically on the possibility of Native Nations engaging in international trade.
Mysterious movement triggered the alarm at Hillenbrand Aquatic Center March 11, calling several UAPD officers to the scene at approximately 1 a.m.
An Apache-Santa Cruz resident met with UAPD officers again on March 1 after an investigation into a previous incident led to the discovery of further scandals, including a stolen piñata.
With the national spotlight firmly pointed on the harassment female employees endure in the workplace, a new study reveals that women report a higher level of workplace incivility from other woman than from men.
A series of missing tools from the University of Arizona Art Building caused a studio technician to contact UAPD on Feb. 13.