Amy Briseño, izquierda, aplaude mientras los participantes del Torneo de Poesía para Jóvenes declamaban sus versos en el Cafe Passe, 415 N. Fourth Ave., el 21 de Junio de 2012.
En lugar de votos en papeletas, los miembros de la audiencia del Ocotillo Poetry Slam arrojaban flores a sus oradores favoritos.
Los compañeros de preparatoria de Amy Briseño escasamente escuchaban su voz.
The YWCA Tucson has received a $200,000 grant to support its
Latino Youth Initiative, Nuestra Voz/Our Voice, and to promote
equality and understanding.
The thought of a child sleeping on the ground is what motivates
Kuni Schwemmer to stay up late sometimes, cutting neat rows out of
used plastic bags.
Thousands of Arizona nonprofit organizations could lose
tax-exemption privileges if they don't file certain information
electronically by Saturday.
Windows were broken, doors wouldn't shut tight, the cooler was
malfunctioning and there wasn't heat.
Mario Vasquez and his family live in this one-bedroom apartment. They will soon move into a new modular home provided under a collaboration between the city of South Tucson and the Primavera Foundation.
The modular homes are constructed by Cavco in Phoenix. They are Energy Star efficient and a cost-effective solution to needed housing.
A home is torn down so that a new foundation can be created for an energy-efficient modular dwelling.
Iva Slavtcheva of the Arabian Nights Equine Show reads during a free performance at the Tucson Convention Center. The event was sponsored by the Black Stallion Literacy Project and was a reward to students who had been reading "The Black Stallion."
Carrillo Elementary Magnet School fifth-grader Zayrha Ramirez, center, is riveted by the Arabian Nights Equine Show.
As a horse-loving kid, I read Walter Farley's "The Black
Stallion" so many times the book fell apart.
More than 2,700 balloons will be released in Tucson Saturday
afternoon, one for each foster child in Pima County.
Holly Vargas walks for Diego.
takes part in March of Dimes walk each year