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  • Police: Muslim women attacked, threatened near campus

    Police: Muslim women attacked, threatened near campus

    Friday, January 19 2018 12:41 PM EST2018-01-19 17:41:31 GMT
    Manuel Lewis (Source: Tucson Police Department)Manuel Lewis (Source: Tucson Police Department)

    Tucson police have arrested a man who they say attacked a group of Muslim women sitting at a Starbucks on University Boulevard. 

    Tucson police have arrested a man who they say attacked a group of Muslim women sitting at a Starbucks on University Boulevard. 

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    Police investigate apparent murder-suicide on Tucson's SW side

    Police investigate apparent murder-suicide on Tucson's SW side

    Friday, January 19 2018 12:00 PM EST2018-01-19 17:00:44 GMT
    Police were called to do a welfare check in the 5100 block of South River Run Drive. (Source: Google Maps)Police were called to do a welfare check in the 5100 block of South River Run Drive. (Source: Google Maps)

    Police are still investigating, but they say it appears the man shot the woman before turning the gun on himself.

    Police are still investigating, but they say it appears the man shot the woman before turning the gun on himself.

  • Off-duty Border Patrol agent saves 2-year-old

    Off-duty Border Patrol agent saves 2-year-old

    Thursday, January 18 2018 9:02 PM EST2018-01-19 02:02:39 GMT
    Border Patrol Agent Jed Eckler (Source: U.S. Customs and Border Protection)Border Patrol Agent Jed Eckler (Source: U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

    Border Patrol Agent Jed Eckler was traveling on Highway 92 on his way home from work when he was flagged down by a man and woman with an infant. The woman informed the off-duty agent her son was unconscious and not breathing.  

    Border Patrol Agent Jed Eckler was traveling on Highway 92 on his way home from work when he was flagged down by a man and woman with an infant. The woman informed the off-duty agent her son was unconscious and not breathing.  

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Tucson, AZ (KOLD) - The Arizona Wildcats football team continues to build on the tradition started at Fort Huachuca as the team revisits the post one week each year during August.  Mike Stoops started it and Rich Rodriguez has carried over the military touch to football camp.

The team typically ends the week long stay with a scrimmage and team training day. Saturday was a bit different as Rich Rod called off the scrimmage after he felt the team simply wasn't ready, in more ways than one.

Team training day did go as planned on Sunday and maybe that was a good thing. After the offense, particularly the quarterbacks, have struggled with execution, trading x's and o's for military obstacle courses may hopefully shake the funk some of the players have found themselves in, maybe.

Tucson News Now photojournalist Adam Thompson followed the team through the obstacle course from start to finish. Here is a look at some of your favorite Wildcats under the watchful of some new "coaches."

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