• A Tucson-based company has offered to pay for the Highland Park High School girls' varsity basketball team to play in a tournament in Scottsdale after school officials canceled the trip, citing safety concerns because of Arizona's new law targeting illegal immigrants.

    American Openings, a company that manufactures windows and doors, offered Friday to pay for transportation, hotel and meals for student athletes, their parents and coaches for the December tournament, said Tom Regina, company president
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