Arrival of 'sleeping pods' has city concerned.
With President’s Day coming up, we have some questions for you. Who was the most important president? Why was he?
Today in Tucson should be sunny with a high in the mid 70s.
Arizona makes it four straight years with a representative.
Arizona has sent recruits to the prestigious game the past three years.
There’s expectations, there’s perception, and then there’s reality.
See how Solomon Hill and the rest of the ex-Wildcats fared Tuesday.
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What's hot? Some drama over the first lady's lack of a head scarf, the GoDaddy Super Bowl ad gets yanked and Chris Pratt could be the next Indy.
Bill Walton is back to Tucson for both games this week.
The Seattle Seahawks running back had one thing on his mind while talking to reporters.
Origin story appears to be central to this Aug. 7 release from Marvel.
Orion the Hunter is probably the most spectacular constellation in the sky.
Chinese New Year celebrations start early in Tucson.
Advice for the real world.
Comedian slips into Tucson's The Silver Saddle Steakhouse for dinner.
The inside-out drink is one of the many creative ideas at Wilko.
'A Most Violent Year' deconstructs the American Dream.
The point is not to defeat his army but to deter Putin.
Smug talk about Obama's recent uninhibited, freewheeling attitude may start to fade.
"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 September's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
Photos from August's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
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Green leaves indicate that this tomato plant is thriving. Tomato plants can yield two harvests a year in Southern Arizona: the first around May and the second when the temperatures fall in autumn.
This tomato plant is brown and could be pulled because it might not survive the heat. Iylea Olson decided to leave it in the ground - it might make it until cooler temperatures arrive.
The yellow strands on the leaf show this tomato plant is stressed. Once the temperatures drop in the fall, it and healthy tomato plants may bounce back and provide more fruit.
Even if your tomato plant looks droopy, leggy and flowerless, you might want to hang on to it for a little while longer for a fall crop.
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