Two federal railroad commissioners on an inspection trip sit on the pilot of this wood-burning locomotive over newly built sections of the Central Pacific Railroad in Promonotory, Utah on May 10, 1869. The railroad, then being built eastward across Nevada, was to meet the westward building U…
Arizona coach Fred A. Enke with CCNY coach Nat Holman on Feb. 28, 1950.
Arizona coach Fred A. Enke with CCNY coach Nat Holman at Madison Square Garden in New York on Feb. 28, 1950.
Mel Patton, left, anchor man of the U.S. men's 4 x 100-meter relay team, crosses the finish line well ahead of Britain's Jack Archer, during the Summer Olympics at Wembley Stadium, in London Aug. 7, 1948. Olympic judges disqualified the U.S. team on the grounds that their first exchange of t…
Larry Harlow will be featured as headliner on Sept. 11 in Downtown Tucson Latin Jazz Festival.
Hardships were part of life for Southern Arizona pioneers in the
mid-1800s, but the trials endured by Larcena Pennington Page would
have brought the toughest frontiersman to his knees.
Talk about delayed gratification. Layaway — that old-fashioned
practice of putting merchandise aside and making regular payments
until everything's paid off — is a shopper's ultimate test of
The Arizona Wildcats' bye week is actually a "boo" week.
DOHA, Qatar — The Williams sisters could be headed for a final
matchup at the Sony Ericsson Championships after Venus Williams
advanced to the semifinals along with Jelena Jankovic and Caroline
Wozniacki on Friday.
ATLANTA — Sleepless in Seattle? Hardly. West Virginia is where
people are really staying awake, according to the first government
study to monitor state-by-state differences in sleeplessness.
WASHINGTON — Hours after a personal encounter with the grim cost
of war, President Obama said Thursday the sight of 18 flag-covered
cases holding the remains of Americans killed this week in
Afghanistan can't help but influence his thinking about sending
more troops overseas.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Eddie the Eagle will be back in
Canada but he won't be doing any flying.
The family of a 54-year-old man killed last year in a head-on,
alcohol-related collision has filed a wrongful death lawsuit
against the driver of the other car and her parents.