The animal might be rabid and is being tracked.
Single-brew machine said to make best cup ever, for a price.
Tucson’s culinary landscape just got a little more exotic.
The McDonald’s at 1711 E. Speedway, near the University of Arizona, will be razed and replaced with a new restaurant featuring more contemporary design, infrastructure and equipment.
An upstart California fast-casual pizza chain is booming into the Tucson market with plans to open at least five locations over the next three years.
Charles Phoenix didn’t hit your typical tourist spots, San Xavier, the Desert Museum, Gates Pass, on his last visit to Tucson.
On Mondays, when the downtown restaurant Penca is closed and most of its employees are off for the day, beverage manager Luke Anable and his crew are hard at work.
Tucson police have released the name of a 28-year-old man struck and killed while crossing a midtown street Saturday afternoon.
Typical Tucson scenes: A woman taking a walk pushes her baby in a stroller along the side of a residential street.
It wasn’t quite as exciting as a chase scene from “Grand Theft Auto” or “Gone in Sixty Seconds,” nevertheless, a suspect managed to get away after ditching a stolen vehicle on the east side.
She's a little bit literate, he's a little bit rock and roll, and together the couple — with their 4-year-old son in tow — are traveling the country in a bus to share their talents.
Popular Tucson taco stop closes its doors
The sign flipper in front of Graphic Impact, 5440 E. Speedway, is not a real boy.
Toby Keith's and Lodge Sasquatch are now open.
Several pets died in a house fire Wednesday evening that was started by a stick of burning incense left unattended.
A kitchen fire Thursday afternoon caused major damage to an eastside home.
Tucson firefighters were busy Monday afternoon with two fires reported within 20 minutes — one electrical the other involving a shed that was destroyed.
The pedestrian who died after being struck by a Tucson police officer responding to a call early Monday morning in midtown has been identified.
Streetcar construction will force detours at two major intersections this coming week.
The Facebook posting Sunday was not an April Fool's Day trick.