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After 66 years in business, Grant Road Lumber is closing
Crash occurred Sunday at the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area.
Arizona baseball, softball and men's swimming and diving compete today.
FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts state trooper is back on the stand in the murder trial of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez,…
BOSTON (AP) — Dozens of victims of the Boston Marathon bombing settled into a courtroom Wednesday to watch Dzhokhar Tsarnaev go on trial for h…
Weather outside is frightful, but thoughts are on hotter times.
Hiking enthusiast Doug Kreutz takes advantage of every good photo op.
Ryan and Zack discuss the Wildcats' upcoming conference games.
Greg and Ryan discuss the job of referee in college basketball.
Get the latest Arizona Wildcats news and fun interactives with this week's edition of the Sports Insider for iPad.http://tucson.com/magazine/s…
The author brings his expertise to the Tucson Festival of Books
With as many reasons as she has, you would be, too.
“Longmire” TV show cast members Lou Diamond Phillips and Robert Taylor join author.
Administration keeps giving Russia another chance, but should impose more consequences.
Separating insurance from work appeals to conservatives, on grounds of personal freedom.
Secretary Duncan's rules would be costly, not result in better education results.
"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 January's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
Funeral notice galleries of 2014.
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A downtown landmark, unplugged 26 years ago, could soon be lighting up the skyline again.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors put the brakes on purchasing a former south-side produce warehouse for $1.5 million on Tuesday.
Steel framework is already in place for the new multistory county courthouse downtown. Tucson Water says the county incurred added costs because it built at a site requiring extensive improvements and upgrades.
Pima County claims bureaucratic miscues at Tucson Water more than doubled the costs for waterline improvements at its new county courthouse.
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