A University of Arizona Police Department officer was called to the UA Main Library in reference to a man that was harassing student employees on Nov. 3.
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University of Arizona Police Department officers responded to the Shantz building in reference to a reported black handgun seen in the bushes on Oct.11 at 8 a.m.
Two University of Arizona Police Department officers responded to Fourth Street and Park Avenue on Sept. 19 in reference to a fight between a driver and a pedestrian in the middle of the street.
A University of Arizona Police Department officer responded to Arizona Sonora Hall in reference to a student claiming his roommate was smoking marijuana on Sept. 7.
University of Arizona Police Department officers responded to Coronado Residence Hall in reference to an odor of marijuana coming from a room on Sept. 8. The UAPD officer entered the building and smelled marijuana and cologne. The residence assistant had reported hearing the toilet flushed three times.
A University of Arizona Police Department officer responded to the Pima Residence Hall on Aug. 28 in response to a male UA student found lying unresponsive on his bedroom floor.
My Tuition Covers Rent Right?
Two University of Arizona Police Department officers responded to a call at the Martin Luther King Building on First Street, where UA’s IT Support Center is located, in reference to an unconscious male passed out inside of the lobby on July 30 at approximately 5:30 p.m.
Drivers in Pima County will now be ticketed if they are caught texting while driving with the new Pima County texting ban in full effect.
Drive hammered, get nailed
The National Institutes of Health has given the UA Health Sciences and Banner Health a $43-million research grant to partake in the Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Program, which was proposed by President Barack Obama in his 2015 State of the Union address.
Not Your Average Lunch Break
An Unwanted Guest
Tucson City Council members voted 5-1 on April 19 to approve an $18 million project plan to begin negotiations and to buy needed properties in order to widen the area of Broadway Boulevard between Euclid Avenue and Country Club Road—a two-mile stretch.
Red tag: UA marketing students to bridge the communication divide between law enforcement and students
UA marketing students are working to compete nationally to restore trust in the justice system by inviting students to look beyond the badge and red tag a cop car.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit ruled against Arizona’s attempt to prevent Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivalsc recipients on April 5, also referred to as DREAMers, from keeping their driver’s licenses.
While all eyes were on the Grand Canyon State for the presidential preference election on March 22, Maricopa County voters experienced long lines and Pima County voters experienced confusing, incorrect party affiliations on their voter registrations.
Congresswoman Martha McSally is making big waves in her fight for women’s equality as Women’s History Month comes to an end.
Local favorite ice cream shop The Screamery is bringing its deliciously creamy, hand-crafted and all-natural ice cream closer to UA students with a new location set to open in April 2016.
While spring break is an ode to warmer weather, with students gearing up for weekends filled with sun, parties and friends, it also comes with severe dangers that could cost you your life. Here’s how you can have fun over spring break with safety in mind.