Feeling nostalgic? Take a trip through the history of the University of Arizona in Tucson.
87 years ago on Jan. 25, 1934, John Dillinger and his crew of criminals — Charley Makley, Russell Clark and Harry Pierpont — were captured in …
The Tucson Citizen featured this home Dec. 20, 1958. The home was filled with the charm of rural Mexico.
On Feb. 22, 1879, F.W. Woolworth opened the first chain store in America in Utica, NY. The chain closed the last Woolworth store in 1997. The …
For those who didn't wish to cook a big Thanksgiving dinner in 1930, the Hotel Congress offered an extensive menu at $1.50 a person.
The home of Leicester H. Sherrill and his family was featured in the Tucson Citizen home section in 1963.
There are more than a few famous — and infamous — people buried in Southern Arizona. Here are some.
One thing is still the same. Women ─ indeed, all of us ─ still have a duty to vote.
Modern conveniences that were advertised in the Arizona Daily Star in 1920.
Readers shared their memories of the end of World War II and tales of their families or themselves during the conflict.
Fred Rogers, or "Mr. Rogers," the famous PBS TV children's show host, visited KUAT-TV and local Tucson kids in May, 1973.
Each of the fallen service members will be honored in a special section of the Badgers' Hall of Champions.
Tucson's last drive-in movie theater, De Anza, closed in 2009 after 58 years in business.
Teachers often quote, “Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” That may have evolved from a quote of George Santayana, ph…
News of note on these front pages includes Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart making solo flights across the Atlantic Ocean five years apart…
Some “Tales from the Morgue” series are now available as eBooks along with some other Arizona Daily Star special sections.
A sampling of articles about Tucson's first 100-degree day each year and, at the end, a light-hearted look at the heat. In 2020, the ice broke…
Who remembers when the Tanque Verde Swap Meet was on Tanque Verde?