Cops will hold a hog roast to benefit kids.
Pilot projects in 25 polling places aim to improve voting process.
Schools in Nogales and Cochise County will use grants for equipment and programs.
Medieval doctors bled their patients with leaches. Far from improving their condition, it left them worse off. Raising the wages of fast-food workers to $15 an hour would produce similar results for those the proposal is intended to help.
The days are long, but the years fly by.
The University of Arizona, however, may not allow researchers to crowd-source their research projects if the sites don't allow the university to recoup its costs of supporting research.
Flowing Wells High School is working on ways to blend technology and fitness.
A 24-year-old man faces between 10 1/2 and 41 1/4 years in prison after he was found guilty Thursday of shooting a man and robbing another, both of whom responded to an ad on Craigslist.
Q: I'm planning a vacation to Naples, Italy, in the near future and would like to use my Apple iPad 2 while I'm there. Is this possible? Do I need any special instructions?
The Pima County Public Library is offering help in learning how to download free books, movies and music to that new gadget you got as a gift.
Amazon.com Inc. unveiled new Kindle Fire models on Thursday. They are the latest challengers to the iPad and come amid expectations that Apple will start selling a mini iPad soon.
Think of it as the opening act at a concert: Nokia, Motorola and Amazon are unveiling new mobile devices this week before attention turns to a new iPhone and possibly a smaller iPad from Apple.
LOS ANGELES — Microsoft has unveiled Surface, a tablet computer to compete with Apple's iPad.
A pediatrics professor at the University of Arizona College of Medicine is researching children with autism and their use of Apple iPads.
The Arizona Daily Star's new app for iPad became
available today on the App Store.
Pima County Sheriff’s deputies have made an arrest in the
shooting of a 74-year-old man who answered a Craigslist ad for an
iPad last month, authorities said.
The UA spends less on these gadget giveaways than it used to
spend on cash scholarships to lure the same types of students. But
some students would plainly prefer the cash.
Deep discounts on iPads and laptops are available to UA faculty
and staff today. Here's the invitation:
This product image provided by Apple Inc., shows the Apple iPad. (AP Photo/Apple Inc.) NO SALES
Sometimes financial aid to the University of Arizona comes with
an Apple logo.