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MUNICIPAL BASEBALL: On August 29, the Tucson Padres played what is more-than-likely their final game at Kino Sports Complex. The team is set to relocate to El Paso, Texas for the start of the 2014 season. However, many struggling teams in Bisbee, Douglas and Nogales have started to no longer call Southern Arizona their home.
SOCCER IN A BASEBALL STADIUM: The FC Tucson soccer team has been playing at Kino Sports Complex on converted baseball fields. While it is not ideal to use a baseball field for a soccer game, this is not unusual.
UAPD: The University of Arizona's Police Department has responded to two reports of gunmen on campus in the last five months, and the responses varied greatly. The department gauges its response based on the information it has when an investigation begins, said UAPD Sgt. Filiberto Barrera, a spokesman for the department.
NEW WASTEWATER PLANT: Pima County is working on a $185 million project to update its Roger Road wastewater treatment facility. When the work is finished in early 2014, the sewage treatment plant will meet Environmental Protection Agency standards for the amount of nitrogen, ammonia and other contaminants in the treated water, and will be able to meet future standards for phosphorous.
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