Speeders beware at these locations.
See the many shapes and sizes of boots out at the Tucson Rodeo.
Howard G. Buffett Foundation donated $1.2 million for the center.
The No. 14 Arizona Wildcats softball team will open the 19th Wildcat Invitational on Friday with games against Colorado State and UTEP at Hill…
NORTHPORT, Ala. (AP) — Deontay Wilder is driving around in a Hummer and sports cars, leaving his beer delivery truck days far behind. He watch…
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Rory McIlroy is playing so well that he can easily manage a smile even on the bad days.
Nogales defeats Cienega boys in D-ll quarterfinal basketball game at Amphitheater High School, 57-31.
Sights from the 90th Annual Tucson Rodeo Parade.
Highlights from La Fiesta de los Vaqueros at the Tucson Rodeo Grounds.
The sixth-seeded Titans topped No. 3 Chinle 52-43 on Thursday, Feb. 26, 2014, at Gila River Arena in Glendale to advance to the DIvision III s…
Jon and Ryan break down the Arizona basketball season so far.
Because all that ropin' and ridin' makes you hungry.
Up with People's 25 greatest performances. The musical group with a positive message started in 1965 and was located in Tucson for many years.…
American singers steal the spotlight at British music awards show.
MILAN (AP) — Shape and color engaged designers on the second day of Milan Fashion Week of womenswear previews for next autumn and winter, feat…
Netanyahu not at fault for aggressively defending Israel's interests as he sees them.
A sunset clause?
Readers respond to climate-change letter, Obama Keystone veto, reasons for bad roads.
"Teenage Mutant Nina Turtle" take top spot in box office top 10.
An interactive quiz about comic book characters and superheroes.
Want a portrait of your pet illustrated by Chris Gall? It could happen.
Photos from January's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
Funeral notice galleries of 2014.
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Guaymas, Sonora, has taken another step toward its goal of becoming a one-stop shop for the aerospace industry.
Humberto Tovar, 15, left, and Martha Castro, 14, center, work on their geometry lesson at a middle school in Guaymas, Sonora.
Former Ford Motor Co. engineer Nahum Correa developed the MetroMatemáticas program, which uses metrology and manufacturing tools to teach algebra, geometry and calculus.
Students use tools such as these instead of chalkboard formulas to solve math problems. Equipment is similar to that used in the aerospace industry.
One-dimensional drawings on chalkboards and the drone of mathematical theories did not appear to be doing the job.
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