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In the south-central area of Arizona, the town of Marana is located. While the 2010 census lists the population as over 34,000 people, it is considered the fourth fastest-growing cities in the state. The city's name comes from the Spanish word for "thicket." The Marana Airfield trained about 10,000 pilots during World War II, making it one of the largest pilot training centers in the world. Also, the city became the host of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, a PGA Tour event, back in 2007. While Henrick Stenson won the inaugural event, Tiger Woods won it the following year.
Local Newspapers: Arizona Daily Star
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Wildcats (NCAA) Tucson Padres (AAA baseball)
Local Colleges: University of Arizona
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Towns/Cities near marana, arizona : Oro Valley Casas Adobes Picture Rocks Arva Valley Tortolita Flowing Wels Tucson
Marana neighborhoods seeing an increase in vehicle break-ins
MARANA, AZ - The Marana Police Department is investigating an increase of vehicle break-ins at Continental Ranch, Continental Reserve, and Gladden Farms neighborhoods. According to an MPD release, 14 vehicles have been broken into so far in January, this is above average for the time of year.Man hit by police cruiser sentenced to 21 years in prison
TUCSON, AZ - The man who went on a citywide crime spree and was stopped when he was hit by a police cruiser in Marana will spend the next 21 years in prison. Mario Valencia was sentenced on Monday, Jan. 9, for his convictions on several charges including armed robbery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, burglary and arson.Metro Week
On the next episode of Metro Week: Topic 1: A new wave of Central American immigrants is crowding Customs and Border Protection facilities, so the government asked local churches to house immigrants seeking asylum. AZPM's Nancy Montoya reports on the latest.Crash involving a motorcyclist near Silverbell and Cortaro
TUCSON, AZ - Northwest Fire District officials say they received a 911 call around 5:50 p.m. about a crash involving a motorcycle on Silverbell, just north of Cortaro. Crews on scene learned that the motorcyclist had collided with a small SUV, with both vehicles receiving significant damage.Missing service dog putting Marana woman's life at risk
MARANA, AZ - A Marana woman's life is on the line after her service dog went missing when she had to be taken to the hospital in an ambulance Wednesday, Dec. 28. Program director for Rainbow Service Dogs Kelley Fecteau said Truth, a female service dog, was with its owner at the Avra Valley Community Church in Marana when her owner suffered a seizure. "The ambulance doors flung open and spooked her because it had almost hit her in the face," said Fecteau, who was the one that trained Truth to fit her client's needs.2 in custody in connection with Marana car break-ins
MARANA, AZ - Two people are in custody in connection with the Marana police investigation of several car break-ins. A Marana Police Department officer discovered the suspect vehicle on Wednesday morning, Dec. 28, at the Fry's at N. Cortaro and N. Silverbell roads.Man, woman accused of stealing bike from child identified
PIMA COUNTY, AZ - The man and woman arrested following a robbery and deputy-involved shooting on the northwest side Thursday have been identified. The Pima County Sheriff's Department said David Allen White and Stacey Lastella are facing several charges in connection with Thursday's incident as well as a robbery case in Marana.Tucson's Top 3: What you need to know to start your day
TUCSON, AZ - Good morning! We've got some headlines for you to read. For more of your morning news, tune in to KOLD News 13 from 4:30 a.m. to 7 a.m., then switch over to Fox 11 Daybreak from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. Not near your TV? Watch it online here: http://bit.ly/WbWY8K TOP STORIES 1. STOLEN TRUCK USED IN ARMED ROBBERY FOUND Tucson police say a stolen truck used in an armed robbery has been found.Students, parents upset over Confederate flag ban at Marana High School
MARANA, AZ - Marana High School has banned the Confederate flag on campus after they say there was an increase in the number of students, staff and parents raising concerns. Tamara Crawley, spokeswoman for the district, said there was a recent increase in the number of students displaying the flag in an intimidating or aggressive fashion.
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