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Two people were killed when a man driving the wrong way on Interstate 10 near Picacho Peak crashed into another vehicle.
Take a step back in time with these photos that show the people and places of Tucson more than 80 years ago.
Dr. Marjorie Bessel, chief clinical officer at Banner Health in Arizona, called the trend "very concerning" on the day the state reported 2,432 new virus cases.
For Star subscribers: The water savings from fallowing by farmers along the Colorado River in Southern California will save up to 180,000 acre feet of water.
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Records related to the election review by Cyber Ninjas — the firm Senate Republicans hired — are public, the court held in rejecting lawmakers' effort to keep them secret.
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Here's a look at the Sabino Canyon Recreation Area in pictures from the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen over the years.
For Star subscribers: Kelly Walker, who operates Viva Coffee Shop in Tucson, portrays himself as a masculine protector of the persecuted, but he has thrived on above-the-law intimidation over pandemic policies, columnist writes.
Thousands of Tucsonans formed a human flag on Sept. 15, 2001 to honor the nearly 3,000 people who died in the 9/11 attacks.
From local ties to a flight victim, to Tucsonans' deaths in the wars that followed, to the shock of learning of a hijacker's time in our city, to the hopes of a family whose baby was born that day, and more: Here are seven stories from that indelible day and the 20 years since.
After a tumultuous year for restaurants and bars caused by the coronavirus pandemic, here are the new spots opened in and around Tucson this summer.
Casino Del Sol’s planned sportsbook is still being renovated and won’t be ready for Thursday's start of the NFL season.
Starting Thursday, Arizonans can bet on sports legally. You have questions; we have answers:
Cats Stats: The UA struggled inside the 20-yard line vs. BYU; unfortunately, it wasn’t a new problem.
The Santa Cruz River was the lifeblood of Tucson for early Native Americans, the Spanish Conquistadores and early American settlers. It langui…
Strong monsoon storms swept through southern Arizona Tuesday evening, bringing heavy rainfall and hail from Bisbee towards Sierra Vista.
For Star subscribers: Attorney General Mark Brnovich says Tucson's vaccine mandate for city employees breaks a law that doesn't go into effect until Sept. 29. Again, he uses his office to bolster his political future, columnist says.
This year's monsoon is now the third-wettest for Tucson.
This year has been an active one for critters around Tucson. These coyote pups were spotted late this spring on Tucson's southwest side before…
Labor Day in the United States is a public holiday celebrated on the first Monday in September. It honors the American labor movement and the …