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Friday, October 8, 2004
Selby guilty on nearly all counts

Jury finds UA-area serial rapist guilty on 27 counts; sentencing scheduled for late Nov.

James Allen Selby was found guilty yesterday on 27 of the 34 counts against him, including attempted first-degree murder, sexual assault and kidnapping.

Selby, 37, stood trial for attacking and raping five women and a 13-year-old girl in Tucson between October 2001 and May 2002. Four of the attacks took place in the UA area, and one of the victims was a UA student. [Read article]

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Heinz-Kerry visits Tucson
FOX sports selects UA's campus rep.
College Republicans to bring Moore opposition
Biz. frat day trips to local vineyards
Ex-prof honored in gay pride parade
Author presents other side of 'Fahrenheit 9/11'
Day of Caring volunteers turned away from event
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Men's Hoops: Cats nab another marquee recruit
UA soccer kicks off Pac-10 play with Wazzu
Volleyball heads to Oregon in search of first Pac-10 win
A win 'Bruin' for UA at UCLA?
Opponent Analysis: Wildcats try to slow UCLA rushing attack
Run for the roses

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Warning: Dating your neighbor can lead to problems
Precautions for women lead to fear
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Those who know the comedian Margaret Cho know her as a woman who explicitly speaks her mind about sex, porn, vaginas, stereotypes, weight problems and substance abuse. But that's just the tip of the iceberg.

Unlike her previous tours, Cho's "The State of Emergency Tour" is traveling to the swing states to discuss more political issues.  [ Read article]

Tucson and Campus Calendar
Miami City Ballet performs at UA
'Oliver' will leave you begging, 'more, please'
 
Film
'Shark Tale' is a chum bucket of bad
'Motorcycle Diaries' is first great Che biopic
 
Music
Featured CD Review: Interpol - Antics
Rating the singles
CD Reviews: Ian Moore, Shark Tale Motion Picture Soundtrack, Ingram Hill
 
Campus
Old art works featured in new exhibits
Finding a stage and making money

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