You can paint your home’s exterior at almost any time of the year in Southern Arizona; just watch the weather and make sure no rain is forecast.
Questions include exhaust power, a dense tree and a new roof for old mobile home.
When you put your house on the market, you’re probably hoping to get a good price without investing too much in repairs and remodeling before you sell. In fact, maybe you’ve been afraid to sell because you think it might be too much work and money.
It took eight long years, but Tombstone finally blasted its way onto True West Magazine’s Top 10 True Western Towns for 2014. Tombstone comes in at No. 9, while Dodge City, Kan., takes the top spot.
A 12-foot-tall bronze statue on the University of Arizona campus depicting four bobcats — a male, a female and two kittens — and benches near the sculpture were covered with yellow spray paint and the letters “ASU” Monday morning.
Posner’s Art Store, the go-to art and architecture supply store for University of Arizona students, is celebrating its 100th year in business.
Caption: When pavers are laid in your yard, polymeric sand is often put into the seams and joints between the pavers. Once water mixes with this sand, it turns into a cement-like binding substance that locks the pavers together.
Every year, thousands of Arizona residents email Rosie Romero's website or call his radio show with questions about everything from how to prevent fires in their chimneys to what to do about the tree roots invading their sewer systems. One of his goals is to provide answers that suit the spe…
A California man on death row nearly 26 years for kidnapping and murdering 8-year-old Vicki Lynne Hoskinson will be back in court today.
Pictured here are children preparing for the Halloween festival in Anaheim, Calif., Oct. 20, 1962. Nearly everyone turns out to watch the parade, and thousands are on hand to watch the show that launches it at the Palma Stadium. Another 7,000 or more school children take part in a youngsters…
A U.S. District Court judge has denied a motion that would’ve granted child-killer Frank Jarvis Atwood a hearing where his attorneys could argue detectives planted evidence that landed him on Arizona’s death row.