Cochise County water conservation plan all wet, says UA prof
Robert MacNish, a UA adjunct professor, has been researching the San Pedro Basin through a series of projects funded by the Arizona Bureau of Land Management. Based on his findings, MacNish is predicting that the river will cease to flow due to the overdevelopment of ground water resources.

Stepping up a notch
When injuries hit the Padres' AAA team in Las Vegas this year, Thrower, despite only hitting .242 at AA Mobile, earned a promotion. He has made the most of his chance.

My dinner with Chuck E.
The problem was that I'd never been to Chuck E. Cheese as a child, and thus had no fond memories to distract me. Those of you fortunate enough to have never visited what I now call "Auschwitz-for-kids" are blissfully unaware of the fact that Chuck E. Cheese's slogan, "Where a kid can be a kid," should actually be "Where a kid can channel the souls of up to nine lesser demons."

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Mostly sunny with highs in the low 100s. Afternoon clouds and thunderstorms possible. Radar reports also indicate possible monsoons. Nights, mostly clear with lows in the 70s.

First it thundered and shook as if the building was bouncing up and down. Then everything groaned the walls, the roof. I felt bad, very bad. Mercedes Castillo, 63, who fled from her century-old apartment building yesterday in Puebla, Mexico as a 6.7 earthquake rocked the region.

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