After the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, some 15,000 Tucsonans dressed in red, white or blue, gathered at Tucson Electric Park and formed a giant U.S. flag. A photograph of the human flag was sent to rescue workers in New York City as a show of solidarity and support.
This is the 10-man speed skating team chosen to represent the United States in the VIII Winter Olympics, Jan. 30, 1960, Squaw Valley, Calif. From Left to Right are Manager Al Zirkel, Bill Disney, Alhambra, Cal.; Terry McDermott, Essex Ville, Mich.; Bill Carow, Madison, Wis.; Don McDermott, E…
This portrait figure of film director Alfred Hitchcock is one of many on display at the new heroes-live exhibition at Madame Tussaud?s in London, United Kingdom on Oct. 3, 1967. The exhibition which opened on October 3, was designed by James Goddard who has used 43,000-cubic feet where visit…
WASHINGTON — They may not like it, but many House liberals look
ready to accept a compromise health-care bill, putting Democratic
leaders well on the way to delivering on President Obama's call for
At least 42.4 percent of Tucson police and firefighters live
outside the city limits, making them unable to vote on a
controversial ballot measure related to the city's public safety
coverage, based on analysis of data obtained by the Arizona Daily
WASHINGTON — President Obama said Friday the U.S. will overturn
a 22-year-old travel and immigration ban against people with HIV
early next year.
MOSCOW — President Dmitry Medvedev told Russians Friday that
there can be no justification for the Soviet government's crimes
against its own people, lamenting millions of deaths and "maimed
At the midway point of the Pac-10 volleyball season, the Arizona
Wildcats remain in the hunt for a postseason berth, tied for sixth
in the league standings, with a strong overall record of 15-5.
House Democratic leaders presented a new health overhaul bill on
Thursday that melds legislation passed by three committees over the
summer and makes a series of changes to accommodate lawmakers'
JOHANNESBURG — An outraged U.N. torture investigator said
Thursday he believes Zimbabwe's president may be the reason he was
blocked from the country, a move that could further isolate the
Tucson Unified School District,(TUSD), está solicitando que los
electores aprueben una anulación de impuestos con el fin de reponer
el dinero perdido por los recortes en el presupuesto, y para darle
un empuje a la tecnología en el distrito.
It has been said that the British are a nation of dog lovers.
Well, whoever said that hasn't been to the foothills!
Unquestionably we match the Brits for our love of dogs. Just in my
small enclave there seems to be a dog in every other home including
one in ours.
The cost is $50 per person. Proceeds help deserving students
attend college tours to increase their awareness and preparation
for their futures. Students attending historically black colleges
and universities are more likely to attain advanced degrees.