For Star subscribers: An exceptionally wet monsoon set the stage for monarchs, but long-term climate change still threatens their future.
For Star subscribers: Find out who gets the more than $115 million in tax revenue from marijuana sales so far this year.
The new draft rules clarify just how many applications anyone can be a part of, put leave the toughest rule — what communities qualify as being affected most by the war on drugs — unaddressed.
Sabino Canyon National Recreation Area in Coronado National Forest has pivoted from drought-stricken to a lush green landscape after weeks of …
While the busiest month for rattlesnake bites is now over, Arizona officials are warning people who are out and about in the warm weather that…
June 15, 2021, was the second hottest day on record for Tucson at 115 degrees. This is what it felt like.
Winemakers in Elgin and Sonoita are scrambling to find fruit for their 2021 vintages after severe weather battered vineyards.
OPINION: Clinical psychologist and contributor Dr. Kimberly Kotov pushes back against proposed legislation that would allow conversion therapy to be practiced here in Pima County.
Pima County health officials said they are working with the federally qualified health centers to distribute the vaccine to rural communities.
Banks and credit unions serving Tucson kept up their ratings in Bauer Financial's recent report, though income fell last year at many institutions.
The Biden administration paused border wall construction Jan. 20, and directed federal officials to conduct a 60-day evaluation of wall projects and contracts.
OPINION: "Tucson has the opportunity to recognize and thank . . . Betty Stauffer, who will retire from her role as executive director of Literacy Connects in January," writes contributor Tim Henry, the chair of Literacy Connects.
This list of tips and links can help get you through the COVID-19 crisis in Southern Arizona.
The Star is profiling Southern Arizona high school athletes whose seasons were cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. Here's a look at the athletes who have been featured so far.
The organization has decided not to host any in-person celebrations for the 2020 calendar year.
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"While the facts and figures are alarming, one thing is for certain: Arizonans are resilient — and we will get through this, together."
Two Southern Arizona legislators were among a group of four who appeared to flaunt new restrictions on restaurants in Phoenix this week.
Coronavirus fears hit Tucson festivals like a gut punch.
When I wrote this story, everyone at the Star was still working in the newsroom, with no idea of the shutdown that was just days away. And no …
The redistricting process in Arizona is already a chore, so one letter writer asks, why make it tougher and less fair? That and more in our latest Local Opinion.