The cicada, signature summer bug that sends out the high-pitched nerve wracking buzz in the heat of the day.
Young actress Shirley Temple, tours the Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters in Washington, D.C., June 24, 1938. Head G-man J. Edgar Hoover was her guide. Shirley plugs her ears with fingers as her father shoots a G-man's gun. (AP Photo)
PHOENIX — The Air Force said Thursday it will assign three additional F-35 squadrons to Luke Air Force Base, bolstering the future of the facility 15 miles west of Phoenix as the military’s current fleet of F-16s is retired.
CHICAGO — Constantly beeping alarms from devices that monitor the vital signs of the critically ill have "desensitized" hospital workers who sometimes ignore the noise, leading to at least two dozen deaths a year on average, a hospital accrediting group said Monday.
An olive branch recently extended to West University residents by the new owners of a massive student housing project near North Fourth Avenue that quickly gained a reputation for loud parties has been rejected.
Tucsonans flooded social media sites Wednesday night speculating on what caused a loud boom heard - and felt - over a chunk of the city.
The Air Force has extended the deadline for people who want to comment on the draft environmental assessment concerning the Operation Snowbird training exercise.
The Arizona Wildcats entered Kindall/Sancet Stadium on Thursday night to a song by the hardcore punk band Refused. The track's title - "New Noise" - was practically perfect.
The new Tempo Practice System being used at Kindall/Sancet Stadium has four speaker banks that are about the size of a starting left tackle, only wider.
The nation's next-generation fighter jet "flew" into Marana on Wednesday as prime contractor Lockheed Martin touted the military and economic benefits of the stealthy F-35 at local subcontractor Sargent Aerospace & Defense.
Marana Mayor Ed Honea gets a lesson from Joe Parish, an instructor with Lockheed Martin, in the F-35 stealth-fighter simulator. Initial training sites for the F-35, extolled by some and criticized by others, are expected to be announced this summer.