Plenty to do at the tail end of October.
Plenty of ways to celebrate the annual homage to Tucson's Modernism roots.
A weekly roundup of education-related news.
From Southern Arizona's police blotters.
Participants will learn cycling techniques, safety, sports nutrition, and exercise in a fun and supportive environment.
Summer’s around the corner and more Americans are spending their vacations stowing away in jetliner wheel wells. Avoiding excessive baggage fees makes the subzero temperatures and lack of oxygen worth it.
Tucson among 10 least funny cities in USA, residents mistake "but it's a dry heat" for punchline
The Arizona Gives online fundraising campaign for charities raised nearly $1.4 million during its 24-hour event Wednesday.
If perception is reality, and if a new survey from the Tucson Metro Chamber is to be believed, then Tucson and Pima County are fighting an uphill battle to shake off a hazy but entrenched notion that they’re not “business friendly.”
A technology company has established its U.S. headquarters in the Tucson area, with plans for a $6 million capital investment and the hiring of 30 people over the next year, TREO announced Wednesday.
Sheri Siesennop thinks she might have taken on more than she bargained for when she was named Tucson Originals executive director late last month.
Why do we Tucson reporters love to cover Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller so much?
Siblings of the 3-year-old boy whose skeletal remains were found Tuesday told investigators their mother starved their brother to death, court records reveal.
Among the many insights offered during a strategic planning session held a week ago by Tucson Unified School District leaders, a common message emerged: It takes a community to create successful schools.
After 13 years of buying and selling jewelry in the Tucson market, Kevin Jewelers is closing its doors at Park Place and Tucson Mall.
A Mexican company is moving into Tucson with plans to ramp up production of liquefied sugar cane to compete with widely used high-fructose corn syrup.
In honor of the rodeo, which kicks off with the famous Rodeo Parade on Thursday, most of Tucson’s kids have a four-day weekend. Lucky for us, there are free or cheap things to do around town to keep them busy.
For nearly 38 years, Bob and Dale Mayerfeld have successfully run Table Talk, the popular home-specialty store known for its unique kitchen gadgets, rustic hardwood furniture and regional pieces, at various locations around Tucson.
Arizona ranks near the very bottom in per-pupil funding. Limited state support for public education coupled with diminishing federal support has placed our education system in a critical crossroad.