Anybody else think Brandon Ashley looked a little tentative during the Red-Blue Game, his first public appearance since injuring his foot on Feb. 1?
No details about the shooting have been released by the agency.
Public left in dark on impacts of consolidation, says postal inspector general.
A roster of major local employers are looking to fill some 1,400 jobs.
Halloween decorations are a year-round passion for some Tucson families.
Man convicted of fraud and theft was part of anti-government movement.
A collection of political stories from across the state
Governing body could start placing teams based on participation numbers.
Alberto Herrera, 29, was booked into the Pima County jail.
Arizona Party Bike, a 14-person pedal-powered vehicle, that operates downtown, will be offering family friendly tours at the Cyclovia Tucson event at a discounted rate, to raise money for the Living Streets Alliance.
An Air Force jet crashed just south of the University of Arizona 34 years ago.
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Though it slipped, state ranks near top for utility programs, annual savings.
Recent court ruling overturned a 2011 state law intended to keep costs down.
Tucson police radar vans are snapping photos at these locations today.
Dependent Child Unit detectives are investigating the death of the girl.
MANEWAL-WALKER, Maxine Evelyn, passed away on October 23, 2014, surrounded by her loving family. Survived by her children, Don and Mary Jones, Gary and Joni Jones and Virginia Jones; grandchildren and great- grandchildren, Maxine lives on in the hearts of many. She brought beauty and grace t…
MUNRO, Lionel, passed away Monday, October 13, 2014 at the age of 75 after a brief illness. Born in Superior, WI to Zoa and Lionel Munro. Preceded in death by wife of 50 years, Patsy Munro; mother, father, four brothers and two sisters. Survived by sons, Jon (Terry), Jerrod (Julie) and Cody.…
LEATHERS, Pharailde Marie, 90, passed October 15, 2014. Survived by son, Gary; granddaughter, Johnna; three great-grandchildren. Services 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 28, 2014 EVERGREEN MORTUARY.
The duendes I have heard about are mischievous beings who play tricks on people.
Six-year-old Chase Lock joins Wildcats roster at FanFest.
Washington State running back blocking, catching passes in NFL-like role.
Arizona basketball's Brandon Ashley, Sean Miller unfazed by near-unanimous choice.
Management Alert - Lack of Service Standard Change Information in Area Mail Processing Feasibility Studies (NO-MA-15-001) from the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General
Washington, Oregon stars answer questions about hoops, life and the NCAA.
The crash occurred Oct. 14 on South Campbell Avenue near East Wyoming Street.
Tim Steller, reporter at the Arizona Daily Star.
Sometimes a candidate catches a wave; other times the wave swamps candidate.
Nov. 6 session will be at the College of Law. Seating is limited.
Cornerback Jonathan McKnight, breaking up a pass against Nevada earlier this year, has 23 tackles through six games.
Senior cornerback will face nation's leading passer, WSU's Connor Halliday.
Planetary sciences undergraduate Allison McGraw lines up one of the telescopes outside Flandrau Science Center for the curious to see the partial solar eclipse from the U of A mall.
Kelsey Miller wraps a pair of solar glasses to the lens of her camera to get a shot of the partial solar eclipse.
Roberto Carrillo, left, and Marwan Abdul-Jawad use their cell phones to try to get photos of the partial solar eclipse as others line up to use a pair of telescopes from Flandrau Science Center on the U of A mall near the student union, Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014. Several other departments had …
The early stages of the partial solar eclipse seen from the U of A mall, Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014. The dark spots are sunspots, some the size of the planet Jupiter - which is 11 times larger than earth.
Jennifer Otero holds her five-year-old daughter Alma up to one of the the two telescopes outside Flaudrau Science Center.
Viridiana Robles uses a pair of sun-safe glasses over her cell phone to cut the light enough to capture a photo of the partial solar eclipse outside the Fladrau Science Center.
Onlookers still line up at the two telescopes outside the Flaudrau Science Center to get a look at the partial solar eclipse from the U of A mall, even as the sun dips low and the show begins to fade.
Something needs to change and it needs to start with us.
Sahuarita running back Geovan Neuser and the Mustangs are coming off a bye week and have a chance to improve to 9-0 when they play at Santa Rita tonight.
Hundreds turn out at luncheon, donate nearly $16,000.
If you’re into harvesting water, energy or food — and who isn’t? — don’t miss this event.
Sahuarita residents began reporting at about 6 a.m.
Mountain View receiver Enrique Sparkman (13) has what would be the game-winning touchdown deflect off his hands in the end zone during the fourth quarter of the Cienega vs. Mountain View high school football game on Sept. 5, 2014.