From the Tucson Time Capsule, Jan. 13, 2009: When Father Eusebio Francisco Kino first rode into the Santa Cruz Valley around 1700, he never could have imagined that someday a 2 1/2-ton, 15-foot-tall likeness of him would stand at the north end of a parkway bearing his name. But on Jan. 13, 1…
BOGOTA — In a private, low-key ceremony, the U.S. ambassador and
three Colombian ministers signed a pact Friday giving American
personnel expanded access to military bases in this drug-producing
country, a deal that Venezuela's Hugo Chavez has called a threat to
the region's security.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Residents of some Western and Plains states
were digging out Friday after an early blast of snow. Meanwhile,
heavy rain and winds that toppled trees, power lines and church
steeples lashed parts of the South, leaving three people dead.
A Green Valley woman survived two days of frigid temperatures at
the bottom of a 300-foot embankment following a rollover crash near
Safford that killed her husband, the Arizona Department of Public