The award-winning series “Mama’s Santos: An Arizona Life” by Arizona Daily Star reporter Carmen Duarte is now available as an e-book in Kindle and Nook formats.
Those who knew him and those who didn't felt a great sense of loss.
The student called himself “Heinrich Himmler” — Hitler’s right-hand man — and spoke of carving flesh and killing babies, frightening faculty at the Pima Community College campus where killer Jared Loughner once studied.
Whether you are in favor of Rosemont Copper or opposed, your decision ought to be based on the most current facts.
Former state lawmaker Terri Proud wants $800,000 from the state for a job she held for a few days last year.
Tamara Mack’s neighbor keeps peeking out of her kitchen window. • Her silhouette pops in and out as she watches the horror unfolding across the street on Mack’s front lawn. • Mack’s midtown home is the staging area for “The Z,” a zombie movie that her company, Medrosa Film Productions, is pr…
Two top administrators at Pima Community College’s downtown campus have been let go amid claims that student veterans were harassed and that PCC’s veterans center is alienating those it’s supposed to help.
Eleven special-needs TUSD students were forced to wait outside for rides when their bus broke down because school officials were afraid they would disrupt an after-school program underway inside.
Wildlife officers have shot and killed seven adult javelinas blamed for “extremely aggressive” behavior toward people in a Tucson neighborhood.
One of Tucson’s pre-eminent fine-dining restaurants closed on Tuesday, capping a 25-year run that was punctuated by a string of prestigious awards for its extensive wine collection.
Fifth-generation Tucsonan Louis “Louie” Leon, who performed big-band music for nearly 40 years in Arizona, New Mexico and Mexico, died Monday. He was 92.
On the first day of classes, August 2008, the most geeked-up, anticipated new recruit on Arizona’s campus was probably 7-foot basketball player Jeff Withey. He never played a minute for the Wildcats.
At the end of the first week of our campaign to recruit 500 reading coaches for children in kindergarten through third grade, we have good news to share: 148 Southern Arizonans have answered the call.
About 75 Tucsonans will soon be new volunteer reading coaches. Will you join them?
Guns and immigration dominated the more than hour-long town hall Sen. John McCain hosted today in Tucson.
Odessa, Texas - About two weeks before new TUSD Superintendent H.T. Sanchez accepted his new job, he asked a subordinate in Odessa, Texas, where he was interim superintendent, to evaluate the Tucson contract offer using his Ector County Independent School District email account.
Journalist Jeff Smith — known for his pull-out-the-stops, devil-be-damned, sometimes profound and nearly always entertaining columns — has died.
At about 2 p.m.on Saturday, Aug. 4, 2007, a wall of water cascaded over the top of a waterfall in Sabino Canyon.
Tucson Unified School District must reveal the names of the three unsuccessful superintendent candidates interviewed by the Governing Board, a Pima County Superior Court judge has ruled.