Jazmyn Creason had a successful liver transplant in 2011.
Weekly roundup of education-related news.
Oro Valley couple steps forward to help Empire High School chemistry teacher.
The Tucson Police Foundation raised funds through its Adopt A Cop program.
From left to right Ossie Davis, Correta Scott King, Percy Sutton and Ruby Dee chatting during a New York Council of Minority Builders reception on Sunday, Jan. 16, 1984 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York. The Council of Minority builders presented a donation to Coretta Scott King for the M…
A Tucson law firm and a local non-profit are teaming up on a new pilot project, “No Hungry Kids Tucson,” to help alleviate hunger for children over the summer months.
There are fewer federal dollars for the local Meals on Wheels program, but the need is greater than ever.
A group of crafty Sun City Oro Valley volunteers refuses to leave impoverished children in the cold.
Twelve years ago when kindergarten teacher Linda Creason helped take clothing donations from her church to a local shelter for women and children, she wanted to do more for the residents.
In this season of charitable giving, it’s important to ask a few questions to make sure your donated dollar really goes to the cause you’re supporting, experts say.
The recipients of this week's Ben's Bell are Fred and Daisy Jenkins.
#73: "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir," 1947, starring Gene Tierney and Rex Harrison. Pictured: Gene Tierney, May 24, 1950. (AP Photo/Frank Filan)
The American Red Cross will be seeking blood donors at these times and places in the area next week. To schedule an appointment, call 1-800-733-2767.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Ending a mystery that captivated the run-up to Election Day, the Arizona group behind an anonymous $11 million donation revealed under court order Monday that the shadowy donation was laundered through two groups, including one tied to David and Charles Koch, the billion…
Arts for All's AmeriCorps members are having a donation drive today, as part of a National Day of Service.
A food and clothing drive by a Tucson auto body company is set to end June 29.
Highland Free School, 101 S. Stone, is hosting a silent auction and benefit concert tonight from 7 to 9:30 p.m.