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Police in Arizona arrested fifteen students during a street riot, after the University of Arizona Wildcats lost a basketball final.Read the full story ›
Police fired teargas and arrested at least 15 people after Arizona Wildcats lost 64-63 in overtime to Wisconsin in the NCAA West Region final in Tucson.
There were no reports of injuries to fans or officers, and those that were arrested were for offenses such as resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and unlawful assembly.
HAPPENING NOW: Police & students clash in Tucson after AZ Wildcats lose in NCAA Tourney. Officers using pepper spray http://t.co/uoeYsyzbd8
Officers in riot gear responded by launching pepper spay in their attempts to break up the crowds, which cleared from the streets by 10pm.
This cop made me jump a little. I looked up and he was there. He didn't even yell surprise http://t.co/7oGlVRefpW
For "sausage dog"-owners in Scottsdale, Arizona, there's more to Oktoberfest than swilling beer and munching Bratwurst. It's also a chance to dress up your wiener dog. The first ever dachshund fashion show at the German beer garden Brathouse took place on Sunday.
A panel of judges watched closely, and prizes were given out for the winner and their owner.
Thousands of people have descended on a sports hall in central Arizona to pay tribute to the 19 elite firefighters who died trying to control a wildfire in the US state on June 30.
The mourners included US Vice President Joe Biden and firefighters from around the country including one, Brendan McDonough, who survived the wildfire while his comrades fell around him.
A 6,000-seat sports hall in Prescott Valley, where the memorial service is to be held, was completely filled and organisers had to set up giant screens outside.