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  • Photos by David Sanders / Tucson Electric Power

A historical Army cavalry honor guard helped dedicate the array, which will supply about one-quarter of the post’s energy.

Bears lost so much vital habitat to forest fires in the Huachuca Mountains that some of them now forage for food in nearby Sierra Vista — prom…

  • Arizona Daily Star

Detontation of a live artillery round that was found in a remote area of Fort Huachuca’s east range will be delayed until Wednesday, the post said.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Fort Huachuca will detonate a live round that was found in a remote area of the fort’s eastern range.

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  • By Carol Ann Alaimo Arizona Daily Star

Southern Arizona's largest military installation is to test its anti-terrorism measures Wednesday, and the drill could make travel there more …

  • By Phil Villarreal arizona daily star

Officials plan to shut down underused and aging facilities in the Coronado National Forest to save on upkeep costs.

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  • By Brian J. Pedersen Arizona Daily Star

Lightning strikes have caused four small fires since Thursday in isolated parts of the Coronado National Forest, a fire official said.

  • By Enric Volante Arizona Daily Star

The Tucson-area Pascua Yaqui Tribe reported creating or saving 116 jobs with federal stimulus money in the early months of President Obama's r…

  • By Bonnie Henry Arizona Daily Star

It was always about the kids. In 1963, a Tucson pediatrician, Dr. Hugh C. Thompson Jr., along with his pastor, the Rev. David Sholin, started …

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  • By Ian Friedman Arizona Daily Star

As a missile she helped build ascended into the desert sky above White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico, Jennie Elrod could sense the tension…

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Tucson's Le Cave's is on PETA's list of vegan-friendly doughnuts. This is an old photo; Le Cave's now makes its doughnuts without the holes.

  • By Kristen Cook kcook@azstarnet.com

Apparently Homer Simpson isn't the only one who goes gaga for doughnuts.