Tucson Local Media Editor Thelma Grime talks city charter, the raytheon road expansion, downtown growth and more in the journalist roundtable.
Tucson Local Media photographer J.D. Fitzgerald, right, shoots a simulation gun in reaction to a situation during a training put on by the Pima County Sheriff’s
Arizona Game and Fish released 30 Bighorn Sheep in a 2-Day period into the Catalina Mountains as part of their efforts to restore the population.
We asked the community about their passion for football
We asked the community about No Shave November. It is a unique way to raise cancer awareness, with a goal of growing awareness by embracing hair, which many cancer patients lose, and letting it grow wild and free
We asked the community about Halloween!
We asked the community about the Ebola Virus.
We asked the community about their Fall Season plans
We asked students about the University of Arizona's football game against Cal.
Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath, D.D.S. gave his fifth State of the Town Address at the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort, September 12, 2014.
We asked the community about the coming floods and storms.
We did a father, son, son road trip from Tucson, Ariz., to stand on the highest point in Oklahoma.
We asked the community about the new school semester starting.
The Oro Valley Mayor Candidates Dr. Satish I. Hiremath, and Pat Straney debated on July 30 at the Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene.
The Oro Valley Councilmember Candidates Don Bristow, Joe Hornat, Mary Snider, and Lou Waters debated on July 30 at the Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene.
Over the weekend many of us saw protests break out at most large-city airports, such as JFK in New York City and San Francisco. The protesters…
My son is 15 years old, and everyday I think about how lucky I am to have such a unique child in my life who brings me joy. But like many pare…
Governor Ducey’s new budget again shortchanges both students and teachers. A report from Capitol Media Services on the 13th of this month, re…
It isn’t unusual for newspapers to receive calls from different citizens airing their concerns or providing information on potential stories. …
Editor's Note: This event has been rescheduled from Jan. 21 to Feb. 11 due to the weather forecasts for the weekend.
Marana will be a busy place in 2017 from a development standpoint. There are a number of big projects in every section of the town. Some are town projects, while many others are being undertaken by the private sector, including a number of new businesses coming to the region.
Top Golf is coming to the area behind Costco that was occupied by the Practice Tee. The multi-tier golf center is geared as much to nongolf fans as it is golf fans.
In terms of mysteries, the “Mystery of the Santa Cruz Dam” will never rival those tales crafted by Agatha Christie or Raymond Chandler, in fact it was no mystery at all, but for a few days last week a new dam in the river raised some questions.
The Town of Marana has enjoyed considerable growth in recent years. In order to manage that growth effectively, we are currently committed to a number of key projects that improve our infrastructure and aim to ensure a high quality of life for all Marana residents, including those who don’t even live here yet!
In early September Northwest Fire went about hiring a new batch of firefighters. Unlike previous classes, the fire district wanted to create an opportunity for anyone in the community to have a shot at joining the ranks. That first “green” class was finalized late last month.
(BPT) - Women make up more than 80 percent of the 200 million people who suffer from osteoporosis worldwide. This chronic bone disease, characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue, can lead to a heightened risk of fractures and can seriously impact quality of life. By understanding the facts and getting tested, women can understand their risk and take action to protect their bones.
One of the largest and most captivating arts festivals found anywhere in Southern Arizona is soon to make a return to Oro Valley when the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance (SAACA) hosts the Spring Festival of the Arts this Friday and Saturday, Feb. 25 and 26.
Unzipping a well-folded Ziploc bag filled with photographs, newspaper clippings and other printed memories she had retrieved from a nearby dresser drawer, Reva Knapp pulled a few of the pictures out with a sad smile and placed the rest next to a photo album already lying on the table. Each featured an older man with a slight, but infectious smile: her husband of 56 years, Jay, who passed away in December.
Earlier this month, Sunrise Drive Elementary School played host to hundreds of students, families, friends and teachers to celebrate Chinese culture and a sense of community at the fourth annual Chinese Spring Festival. Dancing to traditional music, performing choir pieces, playing games and making cultural connections, attendees spent an evening abroad at the inclusive, student-centered learning center.
Less than a week before the Pima Board of Supervisors was to vote on whether or not it would endorse a controversial greenhouse project for a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) exception for Monsanto, the company announced they were withdrawing its FTZ proposal with the county.