Election-time news and gossip in the Old Pueblo
Olague knew accomplice would come to the drug deal armed, prosecutor said.
Romney predicts GOP congressional victories during Marana stop.
Rain or shine, UA needs 1st-half effort to bring home win.
Nighthawks help coach top Lancers for first time.
Sahuaro 9-0 for first time since 1991.
Images include a huge hot air balloon and an ominous sunset.
Tucson Mall shoppers will soon be able to add original artwork from Phelony's gallery collection to their shopping bags.
Each Friday, the Star ranks the top seven football teams in Southern Arizona. Here is this week's poll with last week's rankings in parenthesis.
Alan Eustace, a Google senior vice president, made history Friday with a near-space dive from a high-altitude balloon at approximately 135,000…
Greg explains the genius — and occasional oddness — of Washington State Coach Mike Leach.
Daniel Berk explains why the No. 15 Wildcats won't overlook Wazzu in Saturday's game.
Advice for the real world.
Halloween decorations are a year-round passion for some Tucson families.
The suspense piece has some solid acting but sloppy elements detract
Local chefs and a mixologist are sharing fresh-for-fall recipes as part of the Arizona Daily Star’s Festive Fall Entertaining event, presented…
It's as if we were living in the dark ages.
Arguments dividing America show conflict of two versions of story of America.
US should fight against increased jurisdiction.
"Teenage Mutant Nina Turtle" take top spot in box office top 10.
An interactive quiz about comic book characters and superheroes.
Want a portrait of your pet illustrated by Chris Gall? It could happen.
Photos from September's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
Photos from August's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
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Summer’s here. It’s hot, and all I want to eat is fruit and cold veggies.
Get up to 60 pounds of produce for a $10 donation at Market on the Move tomorrow. Can't eat 60 pounds of fruits and veggies? Share your bounty with friends and family, or those in need.
Get up to 60 pounds of produce for $10 at tomorrow's Market on the Move.
If you need fresh produce, go to Market on the Move tomorrow. You can get up to 60 pounds for a $10 donation. Share it with family and friends.
Get up to 60 pounds of produce for a $10 donation at Market on the Move.
Need produce? Go to Market on the Move tomorrow and get up to 60 pounds of it for a $10 donation. It's a great deal and the produce is awesome.
If you haven't tried Market on the Move yet, you are missing out. You get up to 60 pounds of produce for $10. Good produce, too. If you have about 30 minutes, you should try it out.
Get 60 pounds of produce for $10 at Market on the Move, a project of the 3000 Club.
Get up to 60 pounds of produce for a $10 donation tomorrow from 8 to 11 a.m. at the following locations:
For a $10 donation, you can receive up to 60 pounds of produce at one of three Market on the Move locations from 8 to 11 a.m. tomorrow.
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Leigh H. Bernstein is one of Tucson's Elder Law Specialist.
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