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UTEP took the bus to Tucson, but they passed The Airport Test before Thursday night's game.
Greg Byrne sits with famous sports folks all the time. On Thursday, though, he took his turn with one of the rock world's biggest sports fans.
Before Thursday's game, Arizona Wildcats coach Sean Miller took a peek at the physical size of UTEP players and had reason to worry.
Peter Tiberio stared at the photocopied map he held above his bicycle handlebars.
Jesse Kelly had pretty much won last night’s Congressional District 8 GOP primary by the time early ballots were counted.
High school graduate Jesse Kelly defeated a Harvard educated Air Force pilot, a nice American named Dave Sitton and Frank “Spank me, I’m bad” Antenori. Now that the fat lady has sung and the primary is over it’s time for Act II of “The Barber of Civility”: A contest between the guy who …
Republican Jesse Kelly maintained a big lead in Tuesday night’s special election, winning a four-way GOP race for a chance to represent southern Arizona’s 8th Congressional District.
Results could come in as early as 8:30 p.m. in the GOP race to face Ron Barber for the seat vacated by his former boss, Gabrielle Giffords.
Just because Democrat Ron Barber is unopposed in next week’s special primary election doesn’t mean he’s getting a free pass through this stage of the campaign.
KNST radio program director Garret Lewis, lower left, got a show of hands from a Green Valley crowd of nearly 400 who showed up for the final Congressional District 8 Republican primary debate on Thursday between, from left, Frank Antenori, Dave Sitton, Martha McSally and Jesse Kelly.
McSally moves from the behind the table in order to deliver her final remarks. The primary vote will be held on Tuesday.
GREEN VALLEY - Taxes are due on Tuesday, the same day voters will cast their ballots in the primary of the Congressional District 8 special election.
GREEN VALLEY — Taxes are due next Tuesday, the same day voters will cast their ballots in the Republican primary of the Congressional District 8 special election.
Republican congressional candidate Frank Antenori raised less than $37,000 through March 28 - at least $96,000 less than the other three GOP contenders.
Republican Congressional candidate Frank Antenori raised just $37,000 through March — at least $96,000 less than the other three GOP contenders.
Frank Antenori has now filed his campaign finance report. You can find that story here. Below is the story as of Monday midnight.
It's no coincidence the four GOP candidates in the Congressional District 8 special election rushed out TV or radio ads before the calendar turned to April.
Democrat Ron Barber has raised more than twice as much as any of his GOP challengers in the special election to fill the former congressional seat of Gabrielle Giffords.