Mesquite trees will play a starring role in the Desert Harvest Fest.
The 76-year-old woman was carried away in a flooded wash.
Two Oracle-area couples claimed their properties were destroyed in a backburn during the Bullock Fire in 2002.
Another Southern Arizona mobile home park sells run-down trailers it doesn't own.
Immigration protests in area may disturb campers, forest officials warn.
Some officials are trying to do something about the young Central Americans.
Republican Adam Kwasman accidentally makes a point in his migrant bus screwup.
Expected bus of immigrant kids from Central America is a no-show.
Protesters hope to stop immigrant transfer.
Demonstrators intend to block buses carrying children to Oracle residential facility.
Water companies may sometimes charge customers more without formal rate cases.
ADOT crews have embarked on a likely two-year project north of Tucson that is expected to increase traffic capacity, give bicyclists more space and reduce collisions between animals and motorists.
Oracle State Park might soon be known for its dark nights and starry skies as well as its sunny days and scenic landscapes.
The only public charter school in the town of Oracle — north of Tucson in Pinal County — is closing.
A group of civic and business leaders, calling itself the Southern Arizona Defense Alliance, has recently launched an effort to welcome the new F-35 Stealth Fighter to Tucson. Almost all of these leaders live outside the city of Tucson, far from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and from Tucson I…
It appears motorists on West Ina Road have gotten used to the fact that they can’t make direct left turns onto North Oracle Road anymore.
A San Manuel man who was facing a murder charge in the fatal shooting of another man in a road-rage incident has been acquitted of all charges in his case.
The trial of a San Manuel man accused in a deadly road-rage incident in Oro Valley began Tuesday in Pima County Superior Court.
Full-out preparation for fire season may not be enough in a year when winter disappeared.
In honor of the rodeo, which kicks off with the famous Rodeo Parade on Thursday, most of Tucson’s kids have a four-day weekend. Lucky for us, there are free or cheap things to do around town to keep them busy.