Actor Yul Brynner is seen in 1978 form "The Magnificent Seven." (AP Photo)List from: AFI's 100 Years...100 Thrills. See a scene from the movie.
Film star Jane Withers, right, visits backstage in New York with Carol Burnett who returned to the Broadway musical hit "Fade Out, Fade In'" after a 13 week shutdown due to a serious neck injury sustained in a taxi accident. "Fade Out - Face In" is a musical with a story line that involves t…
Maybe they should call it the road formerly known as Broadway.
Plans for changing Broadway from Euclid Avenue to Country Club Road were developed in 1987. They were designed for a very different growth pattern than has evolved in the intervening 26 years, but were included without significant change as Project 17 in the 2006 Regional Transportation bond…
If you've ever been stuck in traffic and daydreamed about giving state officials a piece of your mind, here's your chance.
Three people were arrested as they left a midtown home they had just burglarized, Tucson police said Tuesday.
In 1862, Maj. David Fergusson of the Union Army commissioned a survey of the little sun-baked adobe town of Tucson.
Pima County's transportation director is fond of saying that if you left Tucson's northwest side for a few years and came back recently, you wouldn't recognize the place.
Westbound Broadway at Craycroft Road is now open following a gas line break in the area.
Beginning Friday, motorists won't have to navigate detours on East Broadway at Church Avenue. Work on underground utilities connected to the streetcar project is expected to wrap up this week.
The Broadway detour in the downtown area will wrap up this week and reopen to traffic Friday.
Road maintenance is coming! The city is contracting with Southern Arizona Paving to fix up 17 miles of roads with a fog seal treatment, and the project gets started this week.
Planning is under way now for the $71 million project to widen Broadway between Euclid Avenue and Country Club Road.
The streetcar construction detour on Broadway that was supposed to begin this weekend and last for the month of June has been delayed until July.
The streetcar construction detour on Broadway that was planned to begin this weekend and last for the month of June has been delayed until July.
Streetcar construction will close one block of Broadway, beginning this holiday weekend and lasting about one month.
The nanny can fly, the chimney sweeper can walk up walls and dance on the ceiling and the park's statues leave their marble posts and dance and sing.
Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik is holding a community meeting Monday to draw attention to the scope of a $71 million Broadway-widening project.
The city of Tucson and Regional Transportation Authority are
looking for 13 volunteers to serve on a Citizen Task Force to help
shape the future alignment and design of East Broadway.