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    Sunday, October 15 2017 9:27 PM EDT2017-10-16 01:27:36 GMT
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    Tucson Police Detectives were able to determine that a white 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix was driving at "a high rate of speed," headed eastbound, on Speedway Boulevard. The driver lost control of the car and veered into the desert area on the south side of the street.

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    Monday, October 16 2017 10:12 AM EDT2017-10-16 14:12:06 GMT
    (source: Tucson Fire Department)(source: Tucson Fire Department)

    The Red Cross is assisting people who have been displaced from their mobile home in the 4000 block of East Blacklidge Drive after a fire caused serious damage Sunday night, Oct. 15. The cause of the fire is still under investigation, but it may have started after someone used a propane torch to kill spiders, according to the Tucson Fire Department. An older woman was carried out of the home by her son with the help of neighbors, according to TFD. TFD said she sustained minor i...

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    The Red Cross is assisting people who have been displaced from their mobile home in the 4000 block of East Blacklidge Drive after a fire caused serious damage Sunday night, Oct. 15. The cause of the fire is still under investigation, but it may have started after someone used a propane torch to kill spiders, according to the Tucson Fire Department. An older woman was carried out of the home by her son with the help of neighbors, according to TFD. TFD said she sustained minor i...

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  • Earlier than expected: I-19 reopens at Ajo Way

    Earlier than expected: I-19 reopens at Ajo Way

    Sunday, October 15 2017 11:06 PM EDT2017-10-16 03:06:03 GMT
    Source: @ArizonaDOT/TwitterSource: @ArizonaDOT/Twitter

    Work is completed earlier than expected on south side Tucson road construction, and traffic is reopened.

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    Work is completed earlier than expected on south side Tucson road construction, and traffic is reopened.

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TUCSON, AZ - The Rich Rodriguez era continues in 2014 when the Wildcats look to build on their 16-10 record and back-to-back bowl wins in his first two seasons at the helm of the program. 

The Wildcats open Fall Camp on Saturday on campus looking for a new signal caller and with a new young quarterback of the defense.

At quarterback, the Wildcats repped 7-8 players during spring ball and will look to narrow that down to four for fall camp. In the mix are Texas-transfer sophomore Connor Brewer, JUCO-transfer junior Jerrard Randall, senior Jesse Scroggins (USC/El Camino College) and redshirt freshman Anu Solomon.

At linebacker, sophomore Scooby Wright will be looked upon to lead in a manner mature beyond his years. He played in all 13 games and started 12 at sam linebacker in 2013 and went on to earn Freshman All-America honors by 247sports.com and second-team Freshman All-America by Athlon Sports. He was named All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention with 83 tackles to rank No. 3 among the Wildcats and No. 2 among Pac-12 freshmen.

Wright has added 12 pounds of muscle in preparation for his sophomore season and taking over in the inside for the departed Jake Fischer.

Alongside Wright, true freshmen Jake Matthews, DeAndre’ Miller and Derrick Turituri also saw quite a bit of playing time. Joined with letterwinners Keoni Bush-Loo, Hank Hobson and Sir Thomas Jackson, the Cats have contenders at linebacker.

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