The groundskeeper at Hillenbrand Stadium called the University of Arizona Police Department after an unknown thief literally tried to steal home plate.
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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.
In author Steve Sheinkin's new book, "Undefeated: Jim Thorpe and the Carlisle Indian School Football Team," the history of modern football is pinpointed. Without Carlisle, football might have never been the same.
Science City is returning to the Tucson Festival of Books to show the public that what our elementary teachers told us is true: we are all scientists.
Two University of Arizona Police Department officers responded a report of a suspicious man on Greek Row at approximately 3:30 a.m. on Feb. 19.
A student flagged down a University of Arizona Police Department officer on Feb. 3 inside the Student Union Memorial Center to report his experiences with hazing while rushing the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity.
Looking for genetic variation in all the rice places: Researchers complete the sequencing of thirteen rice genomes
Researchers, led by Dr. Rod Wing, a University of Arizona professor of plant science and director of the Arizona Genomics Institute, completed the genome sequencing of 13 varieties of rice in an effort to cultivate new varieties to feed a changing world.
The College of Pharmacy's Skaggs Building will soon be the site of $26 million worth of additions and renovations that could improve drug research capabilities at the University of Arizona. The project received approval from the Arizona Board of Regents during their most recent meeting on Feb. 9.
Two female Yavapai Residence Hall residents woke up on Jan. 26 to a real nightmare: a stranger in their room.
Francisco Olea, a third year student at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, is among five members of the Pascua Yaqui tribe in the running to become the next CEO of Casino Del Sol as a part of the Executive Succession Program.
The Loft Cinema and the University of Arizona’s Care, Health and Society Program co-presented the timeless classic "One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest" (1975) Feb. 7. Following the film, Dr. Francisco Moreno, associate vice president of Diversity and Inclusion, and Dr. H. Clarke Romans, executive director of the National Alliance on Mental Illness Southern Arizona, held a panel discussion on mental illness.
The hot dog stand outside of the Harvill Building had its tip jar stolen on Jan. 25 around 2 p.m.
A University of Arizona Police Department officer responded to a female University of Arizona student’s call to report an incident of street harassment on Jan. 21 at approximately 9 p.m.
The Tucson Chapter of the National Stuttering Association meets on the first Tuesday of the month at the UA Speech clinic to provide support and comradery to people who stutter.