Near to record-breaking expected all week.
Proposal would restore cuts but eliminate students who have graduated from high school.
First 50 shoppers have chance to win a $100 gift card.
Directs pension funds and Arizona's treasurer to sell shares in those companies.
Isaiah Attles scored a team-high 20 points to power the Warriors.
The Caballeros were within one win of their first championship appearance.
Timelapse video from the roof of the Arizona Daily Star for Wednesday, February 10, 2016.
Greg and Ryan discuss Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez's offseason moves.
Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez says he's starting over on defense as Wildcats open spring drills.
Advice for the real world.
Lots of activities planned to celebrate Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood's history.
Movie is among five contenders for the foreign-language Academy Award.
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The only clue to a literary treasure trove tucked away in downtown Johannesburg is a fading sign, but behind this door is …
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We have some things to talk about.
Photos from January's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
Photos from December's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
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Learn the basics of bird-watching at a Tucson Meet Your Birds event.
You might spot the birds at lakes and ponds in parks around town.
The town is backing a plan to improve the wetlands.
Ducks, egrets love our winters. Blackbirds and great-tailed grackles do, too.
Large expanses of the ponds at popular Sweetwater Wetlands are bone dry, leaving some visitors disappointed — but in this case drought isn’t the culprit.
A snowy egret skims the waters at The Lakes at Castle Rock on Tucson's east side. Castle Rock is one of many artificial-lake areas of Tucson that have drawn well over 100 bird species, according to the website eBird.
Deb Vath, left; Linda Greene, in white hat; Sharon Arkin and David Lindo spy various birds at the Sweetwater Wetlands.
An American wigeon, one of dozens of ducks taking advantage of the water, splashes down at The Lakes at Castle Rock.
On a sunny, cool morning recently on Tucson's far northeast side, a Say's phoebe, complete with a light-orange breast and a gray back, stood atop an orange metal fence.
A northern shoveler stays dry for the moment at the Sweetwater Wetlands.
Unperturbed by passers-by, a great egret stands its ground at The Lakes at Castle Rock. When The development was built 31 years ago, it was controversial because of its use of water.
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