A woman tried to smuggle meth; a man attempted to smuggle heroin.
Denver-style policy would mean the end of plywood houses on downtown sidewalks.
T.J. McConnell says he couldn't have had a better experience at UA.
Arizona has once again helped its Pac-12 cousins make a few more bucks at the turnstiles.
View a web version of the March 3 Sports Insider magazine for iPad and Android tablets.
Three films scheduled for release on Friday, March 6.
Would you wear these designs by Jacquemus show in Paris?
Geneva International Motor Show opens its doors to the public March 5 through March 15.
Ryan and Zack discuss the Wildcats' upcoming conference games.
Greg and Ryan discuss the job of referee in college basketball.
The Dunbar-Spring Neighborhood along University Boulevard west of Stone Avenue marches to its own colorful rhythm.
The author brings his expertise to the Tucson Festival of Books
Make breakfast scrumptious from something considered plain.
Supervisors had sought clarification of Feb. 17 vote but decided to abandon policy instead.
Here’s the scoop on Shakespeare’s First Folio’s trip to Tucson: It’ll happen next year, though dates won’t be announced until next month. The…
Administration keeps giving Russia another chance, but should impose more consequences.
Separating insurance from work appeals to conservatives, on grounds of personal freedom.
Secretary Duncan's rules would be costly, not result in better education results.
"Teenage Mutant Nina Turtle" take top spot in box office top 10.
An interactive quiz about comic book characters and superheroes.
Want a portrait of your pet illustrated by Chris Gall? It could happen.
Photos from January's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
Funeral notice galleries of 2014.
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Conn's Home Plus is moving into a former Circuit City building at 5530 E. Broadway and expects to be open in time for holiday shopping. The company plans to hire some 40 sales associates.
A furniture, appliance and electronics store that bills itself as catering to the "underserved and underbanked" is set to open by year's end in central Tucson.
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