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  • Brenna Bailey for the Arizona Daily Star
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By now, you have probably heard about or witnessed the vibrant eight new murals that popped up seemingly overnight in downtown Tucson. You sho…

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No word on why Flagstaff import calls it quits.

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These larger-than-life works of art are visual celebrations of the city's colorful personality.

  • By Jamie Blanchard-Schneider Special to the Arizona Daily Star

In some places, it may be frowned-upon to push children out of the way and take over the playground equipment, but not in Omaha (except the pu…

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Owner Ray Flores is looking at locations downtown, southeast side.

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Jeremy M. Mikolajczak comes to TMA from museums in Miami.

  • By Maggie Driver For the Arizona Daily Star

Changes to historic building slipped by city officials without notice.

New site at Broadway and Euclid was Greyhound's first choice out of 12 possible Tucson sites.

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Readers praise Oracle Road widening, benefits of bicycling, warn of electronic monitoring.

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Businesses, parking garages and parking lots will be accessible.

Inside the cab on a Union Pacific locomotive passing through downtown Tucson during a crossing safety enforcement event with Tucson Police. Vi…

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  • John Hemmer / Tucson Citizen 1969

Above: A new Tucson skyline was emerging on May 9, 1969, as the home of Sabino Otero, middle left, was eventually destroyed and the stage set …

Autumn in Tucson: We share why fall is to be savored and enjoyed.

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Readers express views on education deficiencies, baseball stadium location, pets in public. 

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Letters on Iran nuclear deal, solutions for downtown restrooms, the mentally ill.

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La Fashionist to close; owner says she wants to leave with dignity. 

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Around 50 people are sleeping in the park nightly. Shelters are full.

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Letters on building Tucson's identity, graduation ad, stem cell warning, raising taxes.

A former food truck and a reopened favorite carve their niche on Pennington. 

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The vandalism was discovered Monday.