A body was found in a manhole by crews from Tucson Electric Power on Tucson's east-side shortly before noon Monday.
One of the criticisms of the Miss USA pageant was that the contestants were too skinny and promoting a body image that most women don't have. Was the same true of the recent Miss America pageant? You be the judge.
Miss America Nina Davuluri has talked and written about her struggles with bul…
WORCESTER, Mass. — Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was secretly buried in an undisclosed location outside Worcester after a frustrating weeklong search for a community willing to take the body, police said Thursday.
Pictured here are children preparing for the Halloween festival in Anaheim, Calif., Oct. 20, 1962. Nearly everyone turns out to watch the parade, and thousands are on hand to watch the show that launches it at the Palma Stadium. Another 7,000 or more school children take part in a youngsters…
From the Tucson Time Capsule, Jan. 13, 2009: When Father Eusebio Francisco Kino first rode into the Santa Cruz Valley around 1700, he never could have imagined that someday a 2 1/2-ton, 15-foot-tall likeness of him would stand at the north end of a parkway bearing his name. But on Jan. 13, 1…
Big 5 Sporting Goods is scheduled to open its newest Tucson-area
location Nov. 24.
TAMPA, Fla. — B.J. Daniels threw for 232 yards and three
touchdowns, and South Florida rebounded from two subpar defensive
performances to frustrate No. 20 West Virginia in a 30-19 victory
Sales taxes paid to the state by businesses were down more than
15 percent in September from the same month last year, the Arizona
Department of Revenue says.
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Hardships were part of life for Southern Arizona pioneers in the
mid-1800s, but the trials endured by Larcena Pennington Page would
have brought the toughest frontiersman to his knees.
BOGOTA — In a private, low-key ceremony, the U.S. ambassador and
three Colombian ministers signed a pact Friday giving American
personnel expanded access to military bases in this drug-producing
country, a deal that Venezuela's Hugo Chavez has called a threat to
the region's security.
Guest lineup for the Sunday TV news shows:
A new business-networking group goes beyond the professional
into the personal and pushes even further — into religion.