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  • Lionel Cironneau

United States Greg LeMond, foreground, negotiates a curve with the pack down Champs Elysees Avenue for the last stage of the Tour of France cl…

  • Lionel Cironneau

United States Greg LeMond, center background, follows Mexican Raul Alcala, left, and Belgiums Claudy Criquelion during the 10th stage of the T…

  • Lionel Cironneau

Spains Pedro Delgado, left, battles with United States Greg LeMond, center, during the 16th stage of the Tour de France classic in the Pyrenee…

The University of Arizona is holding an auction at 8 a.m. Tuesday and you can pick up a computer or a bicycle for cheap.

  • DEAN KNUTH / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Pedestrians and bicyclists abound on and around the University of Arizona campus. A new online survey is asking people about their experiences…

  • Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

City and university leaders want your opinion about biking and walking conditions around campus.

Many events offer discounted tickets for students, seniors, military and others. Call venue for details.

 

  • By Andrea Kelly Arizona Daily Star

The east end of downtown has become a gridlocked mess during morning rush hour when people are heading west on Congress Street.

  • james s. wood / arizona daily star

 

  • By Angela Soto Arizona Daily Star

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  • By Stephanie Innes ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Though she died of breast cancer earlier this month, Tucson cyclist and attorney Colleen Whealdon-Haught will be making a big contribution to …

 

  • By Dan Sorenson Arizona Daily Star

In a city dotted with acres of vacant used-car lots, weeds sprouting up through the pavement cracks and sun-faded plastic pennants blowing in …

  • Greg Bryan / Arizona Daily Star

 

  • By Kimberly Matas arizona daily star

John R. Glenn III's first attempt at wireless communication involved a do-it-yourself ham radio kit and an antenna made of soldered soup cans …

  • ARIZONA DAILY STAR

 

Taco Bron on Tanque Verde reopens as The Hog Pit

These are four of the neighborhoods that will be featured at NeighborFest this Sunday afternoon.

Loss of music is disheartening