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Once inside city limits, the properties could bring the city $2.1 million.
Consequences are few when foreign-owned companies leave Mexico without paying workers.
Jim LaRue, head football coach at Arizona from 1959-66, died Sunday night in a Tucson assisted living facility. He was 89.
Arizona Wildcats basketball coach Sean Miller sent a series of tweets late Sunday night.
The immediate pain made it difficult for Nina Davis to think about Baylor's bright future.
People are talking about the "religious freedom" law in Indiana, a deadly Florida church van crash and the Germanwings pilot: "For God's sake,…
Today is Monday, March 30.
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Julie, Jon and 4-year-old Syver Rustad make up Tucson band the Nap Skippers. They sing a blend of classic rock, kid tunes and Syver originals.…
A factory in Nogales, Sonora, closed overnight in 2013 leaving workers without jobs and their severance pay. Without light or running water, t…
As the temperatures climb in Tucson, Captain Adam Goldberg talks about the dangers and prevention of dehydration. Video by Caitlin Schmidt.
Hospital consolidation bringing changes for Tucson
Family traditions matter more then most admit in future decisions.
NEW YORK (AP) — The deal was done only last week, says Trevor Noah, the 31-year-old South African comedian who will take over "The Daily Show"…
Ringo Starr, "Postcards from Paradise" (Universal Music Enterprises)
NEW YORK (AP) — "Wild thing! You make everything groovy."
Letters on ignorant electorate, act of kindness at the library, 'conservative change.'
Fact that country is aging bodes poorly for spending on today's youth.
Reader responses on religious language opinion, TEP solar charges, Hotel Arizona.
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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The Tucson Unified School District has rolled out its $300,000 marketing campaign with television spots, radio and print advertisements.
After a year of closing schools and cutting millions of dollars in education services, the Tucson Unified School District is considering spending $300,000 on a marketing campaign to polish its image and gain the public's trust.
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