A sea turtle chose a welcoming, posh beachfront, but the wrong month.
NASA funds five proposals for far-out projects and two are based in Tucson.
Meet Chris Impey — a natural showman with a knack for explaining science.
ASU's Charles Arntzen pioneered the plant biotechnology that led to an Ebola treatment.
Researchers at ASU's Biodesign Institute pioneered the use of tobacco plants to produce antibodies.
The LSST promises the widest, deepest, fastest view of the cosmos.
Two Oracle-area couples claimed their properties were destroyed in a backburn during the Bullock Fire in 2002.
We now know the beasts roamed North America as recently as 13,000 years ago.
UA researchers sequenced the gene of African rice and traced its evolution.
Most of Pima County received two to three inches of rain during July.
Tucson rainfall is below normal for July in an otherwise normal monsoon.
NASA has chosen seven instruments for the next Mars rover mission, set to launch in 2020.
This is it — last one — we're riding off into another beautiful sunset.
Tucson is the only city that can lay claim to being the home of the saguaro.
"Tucson in 100 Objects" generated a lot of suggestions — and controversy.
Out here in the Old Pueblo, the boys don't just sing, they do rope tricks.
Tucson's "Made in America" streetcar was designed to lure federal grants.
Effort ensures production of mirrors here for the Giant Magellan Telescope.
We’re defining Tucson in 100 objects. The daily series began April 20. Follow along at tucson.com/100objects
You wouldn't think a ski lift belonged in this list, but it does.
Once a year, the El Hoyo neighborhood becomes Bethlehem.
You don't have to be a "stupid motorist" to get in trouble when it rains in Tucson.
Hundreds of Tucsonans "Rock the 'Moc" each day, walking by plants that have been scientifically monitored for 109 years.
The Arizona Daily Star has chronicled life in Tucson for 137 years.
Program for engineering students from Hermosillo ends with "Soccer RoboCup."
They're an artistic twist on a Mexican tradition.
Sunday's open house highlights contributions UA planetary scientists made to that first moon walk 45 years ago.
Steward Observatory is a bigger tribute to her husband than Lavinia Steward ever imagined.
If a cholla comb isn't uniquely Tucson, we don't know what is.
A river runs through Tucson, but it seldom holds water.
Creating a memorial for the 2011 shootings will remind us who we are.
We’re defining Tucson in 100 objects in this series.
The staples of Tucson's Chinese-run groceries are tortillas, chiles and chorizo.
We’re defining Tucson in 100 objects. The daily series began April 20. Follow along at azstarnet.com/100objects
Arizona's underground miners wielded tools heavier than Paul Bunyan's ax.
The oldest building on the UA campus is new again.
Basketball is very, very important to Tucson
Proclaim it from the roof top: Bear Down
Tucson and Pima County are "bike-friendly" places
The retro sign at "the Bone" fits its business model
It's where sentinels from the Spanish presidio kept watch for Apache raids.
When it arrives, you'll feel it.
Yes, we believe that is an index finger raised in our direction
The allure of living on the links is dimming.
Why do you think they call it Orange Grove Road?
Shade — it's a life-saver in the land of hot asphalt parking lots
Speedway was never ugly, simply loathsome
You might not find a hotel room in February in Tucson, but you can find a gem of a deal.
Cele Peterson was always on the cutting edge.
The winter visitor flocks around golf courses and RV parks.