The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum wins a high ranking from travelers.
Desert hillsides are green and dotted with a few wildflowers following rains.
Tucson Attractions Passport now on sale; farmers markets coming to 2 hospitals.
Hospitality industry expecting more business.
"Tucson in 100 Objects" generated a lot of suggestions — and controversy.
The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum has canceled a popular bat-observation program.
A onetime Tucson guest ranch that attracted many celebrities is for sale.
You might not find a hotel room in February in Tucson, but you can find a gem of a deal.
Spring is over, but some palo verde trees are blooming into summer.
They are often called century plants, but they don’t live for 100 years — not even close.
Saguaros are “blooming like gangbusters” this spring — producing far more of their brilliant white blooms than in recent years, plant experts say.
The prickly pear is a source of sustenance, not to mention martinis
Saguaros — in a vibrant show of flower power — are bursting into bloom weeks earlier than usual at Saguaro National Park west of Tucson and at other sites around the city.
Sheri Siesennop thinks she might have taken on more than she bargained for when she was named Tucson Originals executive director late last month.
Brittlebush wildflowers are on a blooming binge across the Tucson area — bolstered by drenching rains at the beginning of March.
A familiar face to Tucson music fans worked with John Oates — of Hall & Oates fame — on his upcoming solo release, “Good Road to Follow.”
Here’s something that’s uncommon even for balmy Tucson: wildflowers in bloom smack in the middle of winter.
The company that runs the Old Tucson theme park is setting up a nonprofit foundation to take over the lease, and eventually the operations, of the park.
Two months after the fall color of aspen and maple leaves faded from the mountains, Tucson is having its annual “second autumn” — with leaves of cottonwood trees glowing in golden hues along watercourses around the city.
Deep-soaking rains across Southern Arizona over the weekend were a “triggering” event for a possibly bountiful wildflower bloom next spring.