Voters in 2014 approved $22 million plan to build new animal care center
Take a glimpse into the evolution of Tucson's culinary scene.
People have farmed here for 4,000 years. But not just corn, beans and squash ...
Land-swap opponents say findings demonstrate the archaeological importance of the region.
A "Meet the Monument" event at Ironwood Forest National Monument is Saturday.
Neighborhood's laid-back charm, history attracts an eclectic mix of artists, families.
Construction of the outlet center in Marana is set to start this week.
Graffiti is a blight on the natural world, unless it's really old
Workers are wrapping up a key link in The Loop - an interconnected web of multiuse trails around Tucson.
Hector Saucedo takes Harry for a morning walk along The Loop at the archaeological park near Julian Wash. Total length of The Loop is now about 100 miles. It'll be 131 miles when done, including several spur routes off the main one looping around the city.
The Loop is open to pedestrians, cyclists, skaters and horseback riders, like this urban cowboy near the junction of Santa Cruz River Park and the Julian Wash Greenway. Some restoration work remains at the site.
Monique Lomax makes sure the helmet on daughter Ayanna, 10, is secure as they bike along near the Julian Wash archaeological park.
March brings a bunch of free events for Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month. See azstateparks.com for a complete list; here's a sample:
MESA - A new archaeological park has been built for a six-acre site that represents the remains of one of the largest and most complex ancient Hohokam platform mound communities.
Five young adults convicted of defacing a prehistoric American
Indian site outside of Tucson have been fined more than $43,000 and
sentenced to five years of probation, the Bureau of Land Management