On November 28, 1929, the first commercial flight landed in Tucson. Jack Frye, president of Standard Airlines (which later became American Airlines), piloted a Fokker monoplane from California to the Tucson Municipal Airport. Swede Myerhofer piloted the first plane to land at that same site in Nov. 20, 1919. The first of its kind in the U.S., Municipal Airport was located on Old Nogales Highway, where the rodeo grounds are today.
Greg Hansen's Video Notebook ... on Arizona basketball and playing the Ducks in Eugene
In this edition, Arizona Daily Star sports columnist Greg Hansen joins sports editor Ryan Finley via Google Hangouts from Oregon to discuss the UA's last regular season game in Eugene against the Ducks, how Oregon's up-and-down season came to be and whether the Cats will go all out with so much already wrapped up.