Katie’s Heart donates toys to hospitals, charities ambulances.
Each day through Jan. 4, we will publish stories from the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen news archives. This is a condensed version of an article that appeared in the Arizona Daily Star on Dec. 26, 1964.
Each day through Jan. 4, we will publish stories from the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen news archives. This Star article is from Dec. 22, 1956.
The Downtown Parade of Lights is this evening.
The big guy in red seems to be all over the place even before Christmas arrives. He's underwater, on the beach, running in streets and hanging out at a bar.
From Catalina Stadium, here is the score at the half, Mountain Lions 2, Bighorn Rams 2 , after Az Game & Fish threw the unnecessary roughness penalty flag and shot two Lions to level the playing field.
There has been much speculation about President Obama's second term and whether or not a "curse" exists. With that question in mind, I polled the preeminent scholars of the American Presidency and stumbled upon the Top Ten nicknames that historians favor when referring to a President’s seco…
Today a herd of bighorn sheep will be relocated to the Catalina Mountains. An additional herd will be relocated to the U of A Football team. UA Coach Rich Rodriguez said,"Nothing beats a good defense, and we could use some help, right? And the odds are good they'll actually graduate."
There's no way around it, Christmas is coming. Soon.
The President claims he did not know the NSA was spying on European leaders. In a related story Santa Claus testified before the House Intelligence Committee, answering eavesdropping charges. Kringle told the Congressional oversight committee ,” I have never given names to the NSA. I make a …
A federal appeals court on Thursday threw out the convictions of a woman on Arizona’s death row who was found guilty of murder in the 1989 killing of her 4-year-old son, who was shot in the back of the head so the defendants could collect a life insurance policy.
Members of the Desert Bluegrass Association, including Paul "Doc" Simpson, left, in Santa cap, and David VanGelder, right, in cowboy hat, perform "Feliz Navidad" during the annual Toy Day at the Children's Clinics in the Square and Compass building.
Emillya Tate, 6, and her mother, Monika Chavez, use bells to accompany members the band on "Jingle Bells."
Nanette Stone dances with her son, Dawson, 6, as members of the Desert Bluegrass Association perform at the Children's Clinics in the Square and Compass building. Lori Mitts, a child life specialist and volunteer coordinator, said the annual Toy Day is for children in need who might not othe…
Members of the Desert Bluegrass Association acted as Santa's little helpers during a recent Friday engagement on the Tucson Medical Center campus.
NEW YORK — Santa has kicked the habit in time for Christmas. No, not the sugar plum habit, or his fur-wearing habit, or his penchant for romping recklessly around open flame.
The question I knew would eventually come arrived the day after Thanksgiving, halfway between the movies and the walk to Santa's workshop in the mall:
Santa Claus (also known as Jim Keithly), cradles Gregory Koester as the boy’s father, Matthew Koester, hands over the 2-week-old for his first Santa picture at Bass Pro Shops in St. Charles on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012. Santa arrived at the store on Nov. 10, and the store is planning Thanksgivi…
Leah Freeman, 8, of St. Charles, takes aim Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012, with a laser air rifle game in Santa’s Wonderland at Bass Pro Shops in St. Charles. Watching is Santa Claus (also known as Jim Keithly).