Eight inducted in Army's Military Intelligence Corps Hall of Fame
The fighter crashed about 8 p.m. in grassland some five miles away from the Douglas airport.
And you thought your husband wasn’t romantic.
Detectives arrest man while he is working at Fort Huachuca.
A tip from a national child welfare organization led to arrest.
Prescribed fires above Fort Huachuca's gunnery ranges serve several purposes.
The photovoltaic array will provide about a quarter of the Army post's power.
New hangar lets pilots practice takeoffs and landings, support domestic missions.
McSally tells her next steps on A-10 and immigration issues.
Public safety briefs around Tucson
Low-flying aircraft expected to make noise Wednesday and Thursday nights.
The region's economy would be hit hard.
An Army report shows the service plans to cut some 2,700 military and civilian jobs at the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca, cutting the number of jobs at the installation nearly in half as part of an Army-wide force restructuring.
A bear and her two cubs found in trees on Fort Huachuca were safely removed and relocated by Arizona Game and Fish Department officers last week, the agency said.
A female bear and two cubs found in trees on Fort Huachuca were safely removed and relocated by Arizona Game and Fish Department officers last week.
Black bears became active earlier than usual in Southeastern Arizona this year, and some of the big critters are posing problems for people, state wildlife officials say.
Supporters of the A-10 “Warthog” close-air support jet got a double boost in Congress Thursday as the full House and a key Senate committee backed measures to save the aircraft — a mainstay of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base — at least through fiscal 2015.
Tucson Citizen photographers Mark Godfrey and Dan Tortorell documented soldiers training for deployment to Vietnam at Ft. Huachuca in 1966 and 1967. Training included a simulated Vietnamese village called Bau Don. “They’ll learn things as how to find and disarm booby traps or destroy a villa…
PHOENIX —Two environmental groups on Friday dropped their lawsuit seeking to force the federal government to determine the impact of Fort Huachuca on the San Pedro River.
It may be an understatement to say that a lot has happened since Paul Bonavia became chief executive of UNS Energy Corp. and its main subsidiary, Tucson Electric Power Co., in 2009.