University of Arizona professor Hsinchun Chen has been awarded the University of Arizona's Thomas R. Brown Chair in Management and Technology.
The UA will receive part of a $9 million federal contract to research the citrus greening disease that is harming the nation's citrus industry and keeping Arizona's industry on guard.
Construction will begin this spring on the $4.5 million geriatric and psychiatric care center that Tucson Medical Center and the Handmaker Foundation are teaming up to build.
If a sit-down meal with a happy-hour beverage appeals to you more than a fried Twinkie on a stick, the Pima County Fairgrounds has you covered.
The Pima County Fairgrounds is getting a restaurant this spring.
The Pima County OneStop Career Center has new training opportunities available for those interested in starting a high-tech career.
Dove Mountain retiree Jim Stewart wasn't looking for a bike shop as he rode along "The Loop" bicycle path on the west side. But he was glad he found one.
Learning - or teaching - how to drive a big rig can pay off, as job seekers and several local schools are finding.
Learning — or teaching — how to drive a big rig can pay off, as job seekers and several local schools are finding.
Customers of Shaffer Dry Cleaning and Laundry can now also drop off their shoes, handbags, or leather garments for cleaning and repairs along with their clothing items.
Armed with two recent studies that say the arts sector is valuable to the region's economy, the Tucson Pima Arts Council plans to ask in January for a doubling of its public funding from the city and the county.
Tucson looks colorful, cultured and classy in a 45-page spread in the December issue of the in-flight US Airways Magazine.
The Arizona Builders Alliance of Tucson held its 18th Annual Volunteer Day over the weekend to benefit homeless veterans living in a transitional center.
The Arizona Builders Alliance of Tucson held its 18th Annual Volunteer Day Saturday, to benefit homeless veterans living in a transitional center.
Loop Jean Co., a locally owned business, is expanding to include The Robert Graham Shop men's clothing line.
Technology originally designed for commercial space travel has been adapted to save lives in the mining industry.
Pima Community College's south campus is adding a behavioral-health-specialist training program that it says will prepare graduates to enter the workforce in six to nine months.
Pima Community College’s south campus is adding a program in behavioral health specialist training that it says will prepare graduates to enter the workforce in six to nine months.
A signature Tucson resort is celebrating its centennial with a new owner and a new brand.
Southern Arizona's largest dry-cleaning company is investing about half a million dollars to make the switch to a safer solvent.
Southern Arizona’s largest dry-cleaning company is investing about half a million dollars to make the switch to a safer solvent.
Old Pueblo Vapor Lounge is the latest local business to offer an electronic alternative to conventional cigarettes.
A Tucson roasting company has been saying its acid-free coffee is easy on sensitive tummies, and now a professor's study confirms it.
These diapers are cloth, but they're probably not like your mother's.
A rural nonprofit thrift shop is about to reach a big milestone.
Sunshine and balmy temperatures brought a larger than usual
crowd to the 19th annual Southwest Indian Arts Fair on
A recently released cookbook that features cherished family
dishes from residents of Atria Senior Living communities across the
U.S. includes recipes from three Tucsonans.
A northwest-side park had ball fields, a dog park and even a
"Beat Cancer Boot Camp" obstacle course, but no place for little
Tucson's Trail Dust Town will celebrate 100 years of Arizona
statehood and 50 of "steakhood" at a community appreciation event