Could be the first canceled in the latest round of sex allegations.
Sandhill cranes likely arriving for the winter near Willcox.
California chain jumps into Tucson's growing fast-casual pizza market.
Political news and notes from around the Old Pueblo.
Deputy Alejandro Alcantara first met the injured dog on a call last month.
Warner Smith was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease in May.
"Fact that Barack Hussein Obama's father was a Muslim makes him one."
The southeast side of Tucson reported the heaviest rainfall.
Baby Girl to get a second chance.
Volunteers estimate they have canvassed a hundred square miles since Sammy, a young pitbull mix, went missing on the northwest side early Sunday.
A veteran filed a defamation lawsuit saying Facebook comments have turned libelous.
In a community where relationships and networking are so important, it is natural for small businesses in Southern Arizona to add a Facebook page to their marketing strategy, especially if members of their target market also subscribe to Facebook.
Some of Tucson's best couponers share how they do it.
The Republican candidate in Arizona's Congressional District 3 race posted on Facebook a gruesome photo depicting a man posing with several decapitated heads and she called for "eye for an eye" treatment for terrorists.
Sandra Campana, owner of the Gigi’s Mexican & Peruvian Fusion food truck, is gearing for an upgrade this month.
Facebook 101 is the next free class for Arizona Daily Star subscribers.
A park on Tucson’s south side will be renamed to honor Command Sgt. Maj. Martin R. Barreras, who died after being wounded in an attack in Afghanistan.
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A small army of out-of-town food trucks will serve Tucson residents this weekend as part of filming for the fifth season of the Food Network’s “The Great Food Truck Race.”
Tucson’s police chief took to Facebook to defend his department against comments made by City Councilman Steve Kozachik.