WILDCATS SWEET 16-BOUND IN NCAA BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT - After a decisive 84-61 win yesterday over the Gonzaga Bulldogs, the Arizona Wildcats are preparing for their Sweet 16 matchup in Anaheim, California, against the San Diego State Aztecs, just after at 7:15 p.m. Thursday. The game will be televised on TBS. The Wildcats beat San Diego State 69-60 in their last matchup on Nov. 14. Read more from the Arizona Daily Star.
STUDY SESSION SPECIAL MEETING TOMORROW - The Mayor and Tucson City Council will hold a special Study Session tomorrow afternoon to discuss the Fiscal Year 2015 Budget being proposed by City Manager Richard Miranda. The plan addresses a $30 million budget gap, which includes reorganizing some departments and personnel to make government more efficient. The meeting begins at 4:30 p.m. in Mayor and Council Chambers, with a live broadcast and streaming on Tucson 12. Read the agenda materials and watch the meeting live on Tucson 12.
STREETCAR CELEBRATION: DESTINATION DOWNTOWN - Come see the Sun Link Tucson Streetcar tomorrow afternoon and visit some of the downtown shops, restaurants, and entertainment and culture attractions along the 3.9-mile streetcar route. To get discounts, sign up at the Friends of the Tucson Streetcar booth, which will be at 216 E. Congress Street. Many businesses will be offering specials during the event, which runs from 5 p.m.-8 p.m. tomorrow.
Downtown Tucson Partnership
TEEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT ZOO - The Reid Park Zoo is recruiting teenagers to help teach Zoo visitors about wildlife and conservation, and assist with special events at the Zoo. Teen volunteers, who must attend an intensive training course in June, do not work with zookeepers or behind the scenes. Applications are available now. The deadline to apply is April 1. Learn more about the volunteer program.
HOW TO MANAGE HARD WATER AND OTHER TIPS FROM TUCSON WATER - Get tips on how to manage hard water, increase dishwasher efficiency, flush your water heater, check faucet aerators and more. Information is available in English and Spanish. You can download, print, or request a mailed copy of the tips. You can also learn how to pay your water bill online and stop and start service. Read more from Tucson Water.