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New stars emerge as UCLA gymnastics defeats Arizona State in opener

UCLA Bruins gymnast Chae Campbell competes in the vault against the Arizona State Wildcats during the season opener in Pauley Pavilion on the campus of UCLA in Los Angeles on Saturday, January 23, 2021. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/ SCNG) UCLA Bruins gymnast Sara Taubman competes in the bars against the Arizona State Wildcats during the season opener in Pauley Pavilion on the campus of UCLA in Los Angeles on Saturday, January 23, 2021. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena St...
Tags: La, Stanford, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, Kendrick Lamar, College sports, Ucla, Asu, Dennis, Tupac Shakur, Bruins, Campbell, Tucson


Alexander: Bruins’ loss should get their attention

Play with fire often enough and you get torched. If there’s a lesson for UCLA’s men’s basketball Bruins out of Saturday’s 73-72 loss to Stanford in Santa Cruz – it accurately was a last-tenth-of-a-second loss – that would be it. That 8-0 conference record? Those six straight conference victories by six points or less? Maybe they created a false sense of security, a “we can dig ourselves out of any hole” attitude among a group that only this week climbed into the AP rankings at No. 24 and by the ...
Tags: Stanford, Sports, Sport, Ap, Soccer, Arizona, Nba, Chargers, College sports, Kobe Bryant, Ucla, Santa Cruz, Cincinnati, Alexander, Bruins, Campbell


A Winter/Pandemic Family Overnighter to Catalina State Park

The weekend following Thanksgiving, our family went on an overnighter bike campout from our house in central Tucson to Catalina State Park. It was the first bicycle camping trip of any sort that I’d taken since the start of the pandemic. Figuring out how to stay safe, manage our time, keep the kids having fun... Read more The post A Winter/Pandemic Family Overnighter to Catalina State Park appeared first on CampfireCycling.com.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Tucson, Ride Reports, Catalina State Park


The Telluride SUV proves Hyundai and Kia are no longer underdogs in the US. But they still have work to do.

2020 Kia Telluride. Kristen Lee/Business Insider The upscale Kia Telluride is evidence that Kia not only can, but will, build a good car that people actually want to buy. Kia, along with Hyundai and Genesis, are offering stylish, sporty, quality cars at good prices. It's a trend worth watching. It's also a trend the South Korean automakers need to stick with if they want to surpass industry giants like Honda and Toyota. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It wasn't that lon...
Tags: Transportation, South Korea, US, Trends, Cnn, Analysis, New York Times, Autos, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Hyundai, Kia, Consumer Reports, Telluride, Genesis


NRA Declares Bankruptcy to Facilitate Move from New York

Opinion NRA Declares Bankruptcy to Facilitate Move from New York Liberty, Arizona, USA – -(AmmoLand.com)-  In a surprise move, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre sent a notice to the NRA Board of Directors today, announcing that the Association is filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy in order to reorganize the Association in the state of Texas, abandoning its almost 150 year charter in New York. The announcement came in the form of an email from NRA Secretary John Frazer, addressed to the m...
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Kalibri Labs Ahead of the Curve: Miami, FL

Boston's occupancy levels have been generally stable and well above their 20-year average since 2011. The year-end 2019 level of 75.6% was meaningfully higher than the longer-term average of 70.2%. RevPAR increased at an average annual rate of less than 0.8% since 2015, well below the Top 25 market average increase of 1.2% for the period. While occupancy levels pre-pandemic were attractive, strong supply increas- es and weakening international travel demand caused by a strong U.S. dollar ...
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Mick Cronin says UCLA’s shooters have yet to get hot

Support our UCLA athletics coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. When the halftime buzzer sounded against Arizona, UCLA coach Mick Cronin looked down at the stat sheet and was mind-boggled by two numbers: the Bruins were shooting 60% from the field and the score was tied. “That’s so foreign to me,” he said chuckling in Tuesday afternoon’s Zoom press conference. “If that happened when I was at Cincinnati, we were up 20 (points). To be tied, it shows how we must improve on th...
Tags: Stanford, Nigeria, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, College sports, Washington State, Ucla, Cincinnati, Cougars, Chris Smith, Bruins, Jake, Tucson, Arizona State


Work on half-finished sections of Trump's Mexico wall is futile and in some places has made border security worse, campaigners say

A view of Guadelupe Canyon, Arizona, facing east, with switchback roads in the distance. Since this photograph was taken, a 100-foot canyon has been blasted here. John Darwin Kurc The rush to complete President Trump's border wall with Mexico is in some places worse than pointless, campaigners have told Insider. In order to reach the border, contractors have blasted roads into terrain that was once rugged and impassable. However, some areas still have no barrier erected, with work likely t...
Tags: Politics, Mexico, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Arizona, News UK, CBP, New Mexico, Customs, Biden, Donald Trump, Trump, Customs And Border Protection, Border Protection, Tucson


Hyundai recalls nearly half a million Tucson SUVs over fire risk

Hyundai is recalling 471,000 SUVs to fix a fault that could cause a fire. The move comes four months after it recalled 180,000 vehicles for the same issue.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Recall, Hyundai, Tucson


UCLA remains unbeaten in Pac-12 with win at Arizona

Arizona guard Dalen Terry (4) shoots over UCLA guard Johnny Juzang during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Jan. 9, 2021, in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) Arizona head coach Sean Miller calls out a play against UCLA during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Jan. 9, 2021, in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds UCLA guard Johnny Juzang (3) shoots over Arizona forward Azuolas Tub...
Tags: Washington, Sports, Sport, Ap, Soccer, Arizona, San Diego, College sports, Heisman Trophy, Ncaa, Washington State, Usc, Ucla, Chris Smith, Sean Miller, Bruins


UCLA expects Arizona’s best shot after Wildcats’ loss to USC

Support our UCLA athletics coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. UCLA men’s basketball coach Mick Cronin was answering the last question in Thursday night’s post-game press conference following the Bruins’ overtime win against Arizona State when he heard Arizona gave up 87 points to USC in its loss the same night. Cronin’s response: “Oh, no … that’s not good.” He added: “It’s not good because Sean Miller is one of the best coaches in college basketball. We will not catch (A...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, College sports, Heisman Trophy, Usc, Ucla, Chris Smith, Sean Miller, Bruins, Tucson, Arizona State, Wildcats, Cronin, Trojans


WeLink raises $185M to deliver high-bandwidth wireless internet to the home using 5G

Cable or fiber. For the vast majority of American homes, there’s no choice of how customers get their internet access. If you’re lucky to live in some dense urban areas with amenable landlords, that ‘or’ might become an ‘and.’ Yet, as more and more people rely on the internet for more than just cat photos (and after recent events, maybe rely on cat photos as well for sustenance), it seems obvious the market needs more choice and competition. Utah-based WeLink wants to be that alternative. Taking...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Verizon, Utah, Hardware, Softbank, Funding, Tech, Cisco, Arizona, Las Vegas, Blackstone, Ross, Coo, Phoenix, Tucson


Evan Mobley dominates closing minutes as USC tops Arizona

USC guard Isaiah White shoots over Arizona guard Dalen Terry during the first half of Thursday’s Pac-12 game in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) USC forward Chevez Goodwin shoots over Arizona center Christian Koloko during the first half of Thursday’s Pac-12 game in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds USC coach Andy Enfield reacts to a basket against Arizona during the first half of Thursday’s Pac-12 game in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo...
Tags: Utah, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, College sports, Heisman Trophy, White, Usc, Tucson, Drew Peterson, Wildcats, Evan, TUCSON Ariz, Trojans, Enfield


UCLA men’s basketball ready for second test without Chris Smith

Support our UCLA athletics coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. UCLA passed its first test without Chris Smith. It was more like a pop quiz, actually. When Smith’s season-ending injury was announced, there wasn’t much time to prepare. The news came just hours before the Bruins edged Colorado 65-62 at Pauley Pavilion on Saturday night. Jules Bernard started the game in place of Smith and tallied 12 points and seven rebounds to help UCLA maintain its unbeaten Pac-12 record. ...
Tags: Utah, Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, College sports, Espn, Chatsworth, Smith, Duke, Ucla, Southern California, Jules


Legendary Disneyland photographer Renie Bardeau dies at 86

The man who arguably best documented the world’s first theme park over his long career has died at age 86, at his retirement home in Glendale, Arizona. Renie Bardeau — a publicity photographer at Disneyland for nearly 43 years — died of kidney failure Monday, after having recently contracted COVID-19, his daughter, Debbie Bardeau said Tuesday from her house in Carson. “What little fight he had left in him, we think the COVID took it from him,” Debbie Bardeau said. Walt Disney points to a lio...
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Riton Optics Products Available on Strelok Pro Ballistic Calculator

Riton Optics Products Available on Strelok Pro Ballistic Calculator U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- Veteran owned optics company, Riton Optics, is proud to announce the addition of their riflescope line to the Strelok Pro Ballistic Calculator. Providing field proven accuracy since 2001, Strelok Pro has proven itself to be among the top ballistic calculators available to shooters worldwide. With apps available for both Android and iOS platforms, shooters are guaranteed to be right on target with ever...
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Riton Optics Announces Eric Hickman as Brand Manager

Erick Hickman was just named Brand Manager for Riton Optics. IMG Riton Optics U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Tucson, AZ (29 December 2020)- Riton Optics is pleased to announce Eric Hickman as the new Brand Manager for Riton Optics. Within this position, Hickman is focusing on marketing programs, such as the ProStaff, brand ambassador, and influencer programs, as well as the industry relations. Hickman commented, “I am truly blessed to have this opportunity to work in an industry that I am really pass...
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A Boeing 737 Max suffered a mid-air engine issue and was forced to make an unscheduled landing in Arizona

An Air Canada Boeing 737 Max 8. JL IMAGES/Shutterstock.com An Air Canada Boeing 737 Max aircraft flying from Arizona to Montreal, Canada, was forced into an unscheduled landing because of an engine problem, the airline said Friday. The aircraft was diverted soon after take off on December 22 when the crew received an "engine indication" and "decided to shut down one engine," the airline said. The three crew members were the only people on board. Boeing 737 Max aircraft were grounded for 18...
Tags: Transportation, Air Canada, Trends, Arizona, Brazil, Airlines, Boeing, Montreal Canada, Tucson, Tuscon Arizona, Boeing 737 MAX, Boeing 737 MAX 8, Air Canada Boeing, Samuel Horti


Abolish civil asset forfeiture

Civil asset forfeiture, a process by which government is allowed to seize the property of Americans without even needing to charge them with a crime, is fundamentally contrary to America’s founding principles. Yet, as a new report from the Institute for Justice notes, the practice remains widespread with often inadequate constraints. Law enforcement agencies engage in the practice of civil asset forfeiture when they believe, in theory, that particular properties are somehow linked to a criminal ...
Tags: California, Opinion, America, Sport, Soccer, Editorials, Arizona, Michigan, Tucson, Institute for Justice, McBride, John Stossel, Goldwater Institute, Kevin McBride, Justin Amash, Kevin Krejci


Redfin’s 2021 Housing Market Predictions: 14.5 Million Americans Will Move Out of Town, Fueling 10% Sales Growth

With the end of the pandemic in sight, more people will relocate than in over a decade Seattle, WA – Dec. 15, 2020 (PRNewswire) (NASDAQ: RDFN) — The housing market will remain strong through 2021 as the economy recovers from the pandemic-driven recession, according to predictions in a new report from Redfin (redfin.com), the technology-powered real estate brokerage. The report was written by Redfin Chief Economist Daryl Fairweather. Prediction #1: Mortgage rates will remain histor...
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Opendoor expands service offerings across multiple markets

The company is expanding its iBuying, in-person and virtual touring and financing services across multiple U.S. markets, it was announced Thursday.
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Garden Art: The Tempo in Tucson

My travels in Tucson yielded much to share when time permits.  For now, I'll tempt readers with two exceptional streetside vignettes that I photographed just down the street from the centrally located Arizona Inn. These artworks pointed to the generosity of local home owners. In sharing such creative artworks, they've  enhanced the surroundings for all who pass by.  I certainly wouldn't have guessed that taking a short stroll in the neighborhood would prove so gratifying. Perhaps you'll...
Tags: Gardening, Arizona, Tucson, Bay Area Tendrils


Tucson band Calexico has a new album to 'lift up your spirits' during the holiday season

Calexico's Joey Burns talks about the group's new Christmas album and working with Bombino, Gaby Moreno, Gisela João, Nick Urata and Camilo Lara.          [Author: Arizona Republic]
Tags: Religion, Tucson, Arizona Republic, Calexico, Joey Burns, Camilo Lara, Bombino Gaby Moreno Gisela João Nick Urata


Gardens of Tohono Chul Park, Tucson

My Tucson sojourn took in terrific meals at restaurants like Cafe Poca Cosa and Feast. There were wonderful hikes in sublime desert settings,  and gardens, of course! My timing was perfect to catch full bloom on the ornamental, evergreen trees, Sophora (aka Calia) secundiflora, at Tohono Chul Park located on the city's Northwest side on Paseo del Norte. Common names for the showy beauty in the photo include Mescal bean, not to be confused with the Agave used to make mezcal.  Another monik...
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Tucson band Calexico's new album is here to 'lift up your spirits' during the holidays

Joey Burns of Calexico talks about the group's new holiday album and working with Bombino, Gaby Moreno, Gisela João, Nick Urata and Camilo Lara.          [Author: Arizona Republic]
Tags: Religion, Tucson, Arizona Republic, Calexico, Joey Burns, Camilo Lara, Bombino Gaby Moreno Gisela João Nick Urata


Self-driving trucks startup TuSimple raises $350M from U.S. rail, retail and freight giants

Self-driving trucks startup TuSimple has closed a $350 million funding round from a diverse consortium of strategic investors that include major U.S. corporations in rail, retail and freight,  according to sources familiar with the deal.  The round, which was oversubscribed, was led by VectoIQ LLC, confirming a report by TechCrunch in September. VectoIQ is the consulting and investment company founded by Steve Girsky, the former GM vice chairman, consultant and investor whose special purpo...
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Lucid Motors completes $700M factory to produce its first electric vehicles

Electric automaker Lucid Motors has completed the initial phase of its $700 million factory, a milestone required to begin production of its first luxury all-electric Air sedan this spring. The factory, which is located about halfway between Tucson and Phoenix off Interstate 10, has the capacity to produce 30,000 vehicles a year. If Lucid, led by CEO Peter Rawlinson, is successful in its bid to attract buyers, that factory will expand from its current 999,000 square feet to more than 5 million s...
Tags: TC, Saudi Arabia, Tech, Air, Lucid, Phoenix, Mercedes Benz, Tucson, Amazon Alexa, ADAS, Rawlinson, Lucid Motors, Peter Rawlinson


Dems Will Welcome One Of The Most Diverse Groups Of Elected Officials To Public Office In 2021. GOPers Will Get A Little More Diverse Too

This article is part of TPM Cafe, TPM’s home for opinion and news analysis. We are running a series of articles on progressive victories that came out of the 2020 election at the state and local level.  From county sheriff to Congress, in blue, red, and purple parts of the country, American voters elected one of the most diverse groups of elected officials in the nation’s history, including a Black-Indian woman as vice president. Most of the newly-elected women, people of color and LGBT candi...
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Just What Penance Does Warnock Want Gun Owners To Do?

Kelly Loeffler at the Range Georgia – -(AmmoLand.com)- One thing that Second Amendment supporters need to understand: Anti-Second Amendment extremists hate you. There is no compromise to be had with them. In their mind, by defending your rights, you are now an accessory to any horrific crime or act of madness that involves the misuse of firearms, be it Sandy Hook, Parkland, Las Vegas, or Tucson. For example, take a look at some of the rhetoric from Raphael Warnock, who is trying to unseat Kel...
Tags: Guns, Senate, White House, Georgia, Reagan, Bloomberg, Trump, Harold, National Rifle Association, Tucson, Raphael Warnock, Loeffler, Warnock, Gun Rights News, Harold Hutchison, Soldier of Fortune


Riton Optics Expands Its Operations Again Due to Demand

Riton Optics has expanded again due to increased demand. IMG Riton Optics U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)-Tucson, AZ (18 November 2020)- Former U.S. Air Force service member and Capitol Police Officer, Brady Speth started Riton Optics in 2013 with the initial consumer sales starting in 2016. What originated with scopes literally being sold out of a backpack, transformed into a well-developed, highly sought after product line that provides consumers with better value and service. In those humble beginni...
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