A troop of Girl Scouts in South Tucson decided to combat graffiti Saturday by covering a public wall with spray paint.
Flowing Wells senior gets top Scouts award
Flowing Wells senior earns Gold Award
Who stole the money from the cookie booths?
Tucson girl's poetry featured in magazine
Please join the Arizona Daily Star in helping local children. Today's Star includes an envelope you can use to mail checks so children from low-income or military families can go to camp.
Depending on whether you're a boy or a girl, the glass that represents Mount Lemmon's water supply is either half empty or half full.
NEW YORK — Long a lightning rod for conservative criticism, the Girl Scouts of the USA are now facing their highest-level challenge yet: An official inquiry by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
The teachers' lounge at Miles Exploratory Learning Center has
been used in a number of ways through the years, but a place to
relax wasn't one of them.
Besting proposals from 1,000 competitors, three Tucson Girl
Scouts won a $25,000 grant from Scholastic Corp.'s "Be Big"
campaign to provide computer and classroom equipment to the Diamond
Children's Medical Center.
From left: Lauren Evans, Sharon Fass and Jennifer O'Neal, all 16, are honored at a ceremony at the Diamond Children's Medical Center. The Girl Scouts won a $25,000 grant from Scholastic Corp.'s "Be Big" campaign to outfit the center with a classroom.