Above normal high temperatures continue into next week.
Republican has earned a reputation for reaching across the aisle.
Parsons promoted to Farhang & Medcoff partner; Dutcher named vp at PFCU; and more.
It offers an "interactive retail experience to golf enthusiasts of all levels."
Washington's Lorenzo Romar says order is being restored.
See how former Wildcats in the NBA fared on Friday.
Timelapse video from the roof of the Arizona Daily Star for Friday, February 5, 2016.
Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez talks about incoming Arizona Wildcats.
Arizona basketball coach Sean Miller and guard Parker Jackson-Cartwright discuss UA's upcoming game against the Huskies.
Inadequate medical care, isolation and depression are common. Tucson groups work to change that.
Chickens, depending on how many you have, can be a significant source of fertilizer.
Carlos Arzate & The Kind Souls make the cut for NPR's Tiny Desk Contest.
Downtown Salt Lake City is livelier than it used to be. City Creek Center, a 23-acre mall-and-housing redevelopment project (retractable roof,…
Gov. Doug Ducey reports on Arizona's progress to the mighty industrialist overlords.
Conservatism is beating Trumpian populism.
Photos from January's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
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It might be cool, but some beautiful colors are there for viewing.
Abundant rains have cued the desert for an excellent spring wildflower season.
Recent heavy rains have left Sabino Creek flowing fast amid thriving vegetation.
Monsoon rains have brought late-summer beauty to the Catalina Mountains.
Sites around Tucson show off the scenic effects of monsoon rains.
Cacti — from chollas and hedgehogs to even some saguaros — are blooming now.
Flora of many hues are putting on a show at Picacho Peak.
The Wildflower Mini BioBlitz begins at 8 a.m. on March 7.
It's still winter, but wildflowers are acting like it's spring.
Wildflower experts: Recipe is right for a good wildflower season.
A loop hike in Sabino Canyon could dazzle your holiday visitors.
Last week's rains might have come too late to trigger grand blooms.
Lush growth in the mountains has raised the risk of wildfires.
It's barely a month until winter, but summer wildflowers are still blooming.
Desert hillsides are green and dotted with a few wildflowers following rains.
Madera Canyon looks almost like a wild botanical garden in late summer.
Abundant monsoon moisture has left the mountains looking lush and green.
Wildflowers are in brilliant bloom in the mountains — bolstered by the monsoon.
Mountain wildflowers are usually associated with the days of summer high in the Catalina Mountains, but some are bursting into bloom now at 8,000 feet in the range north of Tucson.
Brittlebush wildflowers are on a blooming binge across the Tucson area — bolstered by drenching rains at the beginning of March.
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