David Rupkalvis, Tucson Local Media Posted:
A few weeks ago, I received a message from one of the readers to The Explorer or Marana News. This woman told me she was cancelling her subscr…
Kurt R. Davis, Special to Marana News Posted:
Hunting and angling are more than just outdoor sports in Arizona. Their economic impact is downright staggering.
David Rupkalvis, the Explorer Updated:
It’s been a little amusing to me to watch Donald Trump, seemingly dozens of other politicians and the national media fight over immigration.
David Safier, Special to Tucson Local Media Updated:
Who would have thought the first publication of a 60-year-old novel would lend new insights to the discussions we’ve been having about race an…
Gilbert Davidson, Special to Tucson Local Media Updated:
Most of the best communities in the country have a strong core of volunteers. People who love their city or town enjoy stepping up to improve …
The Xbox 360 was an extremely successful console despite the fact that the console itself had several glaring issues that plagued its entire lifespan. Its two main problems were the infamous red ring of death and scratching games. A class-action lawsuit is in process right now for scratching customers’ games.
Residents of Marana have anxiously been awaiting the opening of the new splash pad and the Tucson Premium Outlet. Both are under construction, but grand opening dates have been announced for each.
Most area school districts did not require their teachers to report until this week, but stop by any school and you were apt to find teachers already back at work preparing for the school year.
After announcing its first slate of retailers last week, the Tucson Premium Outlets in Marana is looking forward to opening its door Oct. 1.
Scott McKinley, Ironwood Ridge High School’s most recent valedictorian, doesn’t plan his weeks out like most of his former classmates do. That doesn’t mean he’s just been lazing around since summer started, however. McKinley keeps himself quite busy.
On Wednesday, July 22 around 10:30 a.m., police were called to Soltis Sunglasses at the La Encantada Mall in reference to an armed robbery. When deputies arrived, they learned two females entered the store under the guise of buying sunglasses. When they approached the counter to pay, one of the suspects produced a handgun and told the clerk to “get back.” The woman with the gun went behind the counter and put approximately $12,000 worth of sunglasses into a pink and white bag. The suspects left the store and ran to the parking lot. They were seen getting into a white Oldsmobile Aurora and driving away from the area. The suspects are described as:
Sheriff’s detectives are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying three persons of interest who used a stolen credit card. The card was used on June 17, 2015, at the Super Walmart, located at 7635 North La Cholla Boulevard. The credit card was taken when the victim’s vehicle was broken into at Curtis Park earlier in the day.
Two adults were rescued by Rural Metro District Firefighters and a TEP worker after being trapped under downed power lines in their car at the 5000 block of S. Julian Dr.
Arizona Trucking Association President Tony Bradley says one good thing may have come out of the closure of a section of Interstate 10 this week – it could point up the need to fix the nation’s infrastructure.
Within the City of Tucson’s nearly 227-square miles, there are 30 locations waiting to snap your photo. But you don’t have to smile because those photos are taken only if you violate the traffic rules enforced by red light cameras at select intersections.