Kurij CEO Alex Deo, 23, makes a delivery of Kurij soda to Strategic Wealth Associates. Deo says the low-calorie, all-natural and "tooth-friendly" drink, in six flavors, will be available in local natural-food stores, restaurants and private offices. Kurij doesn't contain acidic ingredients l…
Sparkling water, natural flavors and sweeteners, and fruit and vegetable extracts are the only ingredients in a new soda beverage being launched in Tucson today.
You can get any beverage, any size all day long.
PHILADELPHIA — Beer lovers across the country have filed $5 million class-action lawsuits accusing Anheuser-Busch of watering down its Budweiser, Michelob and other brands.
A convenience store customer was lucky he didn’t get shot Monday when police say he tried to come between a thief and a stolen sandwich.
Tucson duo is less than $4,000 away from $37,000 goal
The former Marine officer Matthew Hoh, who resigned his Foreign
Service post in Afghanistan because he feels the war is pointless
and not worth dying for, deserves all the attention he's gotten and
more. The Obama administration faces hard decisions there, and the
man made a good case agains…
LAS VEGAS — Gamblers are wagering less than a year ago, visiting
casinos less often and holding back on extras when they do,
continuing trends that left the industry struggling in the third
Pastiche's chili was the crowd's favorite at the annual Fun
Chili Cook-off at Jonathan's Cork, which raised nearly $13,000 to
send kids to camp.
PHOENIX — Arizona's jobless rate remained virtually unchanged
for the second month in a row. But that doesn't necessarily mean
the economy is stabilizing.
Cienega High School club to hold a yard
WASHINGTON — With more and more toxic chemicals turning up in
people's bodies and the environment, the Obama administration asked
Congress Tuesday to draft a tougher law for how the government
regulates tens of thousands of chemicals.
A new Arizona law allowing people with concealed-weapons permits
to carry their guns into bars takes effect today, but many bars are
pulling in the welcome mat for them.
My friends love to tell this story: A group of us is driving to
a remote Ontario cabin. At the Canadian border, our cars face
inspection by customs officials. We pull up next to four burly,
plaid-wearing, Copenhagen-chewing guys, the rear of their bruiser
of an SUV jammed with fishing gear a…