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Tucson Police searching for missing vulnerable adult

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - The Tucson Police Department is asking for help in the search for a missing vulnerable adult. Officials said 90-year-old Abel Trujillo was last seen walking near North Oracle Road and West Kelso Street around noon on Saturday, May 21. Trujillo, 5-foot-7 and 155 pounds,...
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Arizona Baseball ends regular season as they’re swept by Oregon

TUCSON, AZ – After winning one of their biggest series of the season, Arizona Baseball (35-21, 16-14) got swept by Oregon to end the regular season. Entering this series fresh off of a huge series win over then No. 2 ranked Oregon State, Arizona Baseball returned to action to close out the regular season against the Oregon Ducks.
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COMIC: Paleo University #19

Three dinosaurs try to survive their first year of college in Jamelle Texeria's "Paleo University." Let us come to you. The Daily Wildcat, straight to your inbox. News. Science/Health. Sports. Arts/Lifestyle. You choose. You cancel at any time.
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FIRST ALERT FORECAST: The “normal” trend begins

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - Dry weather, breezy afternoons, and near normal temperatures will continue into early this week. By the middle of this week, temperatures will be on the rise again and folks can expect upper 90s to low 100 degree temps for the lower deserts through late in the week.
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Proposed Transit Line Would Connect Downtown Tucson to Airport

A proposed 15-mile transit line would connect downtown Tucson to the city’s international airport, reports Perla Shaheen for KGUN9. “The transit will run directly from the Tucson Mall to the Airport, and is expected to bring in major business development. This could impact around 30 neighborhoods, many of which are historically made up of low-income, marginalized communities.”
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