Cameron Danesh, 10, one of 11 finalists in the Arizona National Geographic Bee, looks at a map projected on a screen after writing his answer down and waits for the timer during the competition at the Tucson Convention Center.
What started out as a competition between 101 of the state's brightest young geographers came down to two Tucson teens.
An $800,000 donation from AT&T will provide scholarships for about 300 Tucson children to attend one of three area Catholic schools.
For the first time in at least a decade, the Metro Water
District governing board is facing a contested election.
Three challengers are taking on two incumbents in the race for
three open seats on the Catalina Foothills School District
Smooth-jazz vocalist and guitarist Nick Colionne, with special
guest Paul Taylor, performed to a crowd of about 500 people
Saturday at the Westin La Paloma Resort and Spa for the first-ever
Heart and Soul Benefit Concert.
Imagine sitting down to a nice meal, when a man looking like
he's stepped straight out of the 1970s - short running shorts,
knee-high socks, high-top tennis shoes, sporting a mustache and
sideburns - comes running at you with a tray of glasses filled with
Armitage Wine Lounge and Cafe employee Ashley Stewart celebrates her first-round tray-race win over Sean McCullough of Firebirds Wood Fired Grill during the Ultimate Server Challenge at La Encantada. The event was held Sunday to benefit the Tucson Community Food Bank.
Kingfisher Bar and Grill employee Wesley Laird races against Jenny Paulk of Armitage Wine Lounge and Cafe during the Table Set-Up Challenge portion of the competition. Paulk won the heat.
James Diedrich, left, of RA Sushi, shows his disappointment as he drops a tray of water-filled plastic glasses, and Johnny Piet of Level Bar and Lounge doesn't fare much better.