Arizona

Tucson Zine Fest returns with 2021 summer exhibition

The Tucson Zine Fest kicked off its virtual summer exhibition on Sunday, May 9, after the event was canceled last year because of the pandemic. With over 30 artists participating in the event, there was enough artwork and entertainment to keep patrons scrolling for a while.  Read more

Adia Barnes given new contract extension as the Arizona women's basketball coach

The University of Arizona and women's basketball head coach Adia Barnes have agreed to new financial terms to her previous extension through 2025-26 season. The terms of her five-year deal include a $5.85 million dollar base salary.  Barnes and the Wildcats had a season for the ages last year as they reached the program’s first national championship game.  Read more

Kobe Kato quietly one of the Arizona baseball team's most consistent hitters

The talk around town with the Arizona baseball team this year in regards to arguably the nation’s best offense is all about the freshman duo of Jacob Berry and Daniel Susac, and it is for good reason. They are both absolutely raking and playing a pivotal role in this year’s team that figures to make a deep run. However, one player who continues to stay under the radar through a very productive season is second baseman Kobe Kato.  Read more

Pride of Arizona hopeful for a comeback this football season

Ever since the University of Arizona’s baseball and softball teams began to fill seats during games at about 16% capacity in early March, the football team has been taking its own steps towards what could be a more normal season this fall. The community can most likely expect the Pride of Arizona marching band to be back as well — if conditions continue to permit. Read more