Political news and notes from around the Old Pueblo.
Deputy Alejandro Alcantara first met the injured dog on a call last month.
Tests showed the 4-month-old cub had a fractured leg.
Semba and the female calf are doing well.
Tucson's Civil Service Commission reinstates Diana Lopez to lieutenant.
Nearing the end of her pregnancy, one lucky Tucson gal is being treated to all the pampering a soon-to-be mama deserves.
See photos of Linda Ronstadt's musical journey.
Star staff photographer Benjie Sanders retired after more than 40 years.
Lester Shannon was born to William D. and Annie (Holland) Shannon on Sept. 24, 1891, in Eastland, Texas. His father worked as a mechanic at the local brickyard, and his mother tended to the home.
Duke Ellington's Old Pueblo visits are featured in today's Throwback Thursday photo slideshow.
Reid Park Zoo celebrates pending birth of first calf born at zoo.
The Sunnyside Neighborhood Association will host fundraiser for the community's Peace Garden.
The man died between 12 and 24 months before his remains were found.
We put out a call in Caliente for people to share their animal rescue stories.
One August night in 1968, Pearl Christiansen, then 71, reported that she spotted UFO’s hovering over Brown’s Peak near Gleeson, her home for more than 50 years. She watched the objects for hours. “I had no fear – just excited,” she said. “It was like a full moon, or bigger. Later there were…
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Row upon row of ribbons and pins floated into the foyer of Christ Community Church on Saturday to honor Command Sgt. Maj. Martin R. Barreras. Mingling with those in dress uniforms, friends and family shook hands, chased children, hugged and chatted about the career soldier who was also a son…
The body of the Army soldier who died last week from wounds in an attack in Afghanistan, Command Sgt. Maj. Martin R. Barreras, arrived in Tucson this morning.
The Pima Animal Care Center is holding a “tent sale” throughout May to reduce dog overcrowding in the shelter.
Arizona Daily Star subscribers are invited to a free class with Star Photo Editor Rick Wiley. He will share tips about how to take great vacation photos and answer questions from readers during the one-hour workshop.