The 911 Tower Challenge Foundation will never forget Sept. 11, 2001.
Lute Olson is viewed as one of college basketball’s greatest coaches, and in Tucson, where he built his legacy at the University of Arizona, there was no bigger celebrity. His former players, though, vi…
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In a world where little has seemed normal, Tucson arts organizations are preparing their fall seasons with a good, solid mix of music, comedy, drama, new works and familiar tales.
Residents still have time to give their input concerning the adoption of a South Kinney Road wildcat trail into the county’s Tucson Mountain Park trail system.
The Republican National Committee opened a new Hispanic Community Center on the corner of River and Campbell in the Cambric Corporate Center. It is the first of its kind in Arizona and the 37th minority…
The town of Oro Valley launched its new water utility department customer portal on Aug. 29.
Women own 21.7% of all Tucson businesses, which is above the national average, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s Annual Business Survey.
Gov. Doug Ducey ordered flags at half-staff Aug. 26 in honor of Deborah Martinez-Garibay, a Pima County constable who was shot to death Aug. 25 while serving an eviction notice at a midtown apartment complex.
Water and Epsom salt are the key to sensory deprivation, according to Jason and Lindsey Krauss, the owners of Levity Wellness Center near the UA.
OVPD respond to threats at Canyon Del Oro
In most quadrennial years that align with America’s midterm elections, the whole world would still be buzzing over the recently completed World Cup soccer championships.
Two Marana High School dance instructors have launched a new dance studio aimed at filling a need expressed by girls and young women here.
People continue to explore and embrace new diets, often without fully understanding them.
UA researchers developed a new class of drugs that crosses the blood-brain barrier and could be used in the treatment of neurological diseases and conditions, such as stroke, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s…
Jose and Susie’s 9-year-old son was a vibrant and energetic boy who loved attending his Arizona school. When he started feeling physically ill because a classmate was hitting him and spreading hurtful r…
A consumer fraud lawsuit against two Tucson Midas locations have been resolved, according to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich.
The San Xavier Mission School suspended its academic operations indefinitely Aug. 12, two weeks after the first day of school.
Tourist season has not yet begun but we’re starting to see unusual visitors.
Retired Marana businessman Don Jorgensen has received an award from President Joe Biden for his voluntary work with the group ShelterBox Disaster Relief.
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