Deal is good through June 15.
Graffiti - a common sign of a blighted neighborhood, covers the sign for Menny's Tire Shop at 4920 S. 12th Ave. Businesspeople and community leaders want to wipe out graffiti and other signs of urban decay on South 12th Avenue.
Benjamín Galaz, left, owner of BK Carne Asada & Hot Dogs, and Rogelio Dávalos, another businessman, outside the BK eatery, which has helped popularize Sonoran-style hot dogs. It's at 5118 S. 12th Ave.
A Sun Tran bus glides past a section of badly buckled sidewalk at the southeast corner of 12th Avenue and Virginia Street.
Graffiti and broken windows mar the front of a closed location of El Guero Canelo restaurant, which has since grown into a small chain of Mexican eateries.
With its corn-on-the-cob street vendors, sizzling Sonoran hot dog stands, Mexican meat markets and bakeries, 12th Avenue is Tucson's quintessential Latino immigrant business enclave.
Morton K. Tuller, left, started Tuller Trophy in 1955. His son, Howard L. Tuller carries on with the business. Here, they're photographed with some of their wares, Thursday, May 31, 2002. Photo by Chris Richards
Jamie's Bitchen Kitchen ends run; may return in the fall.
After 28 years, owner says he can no longer keep up with increased operating costs.
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PHOENIX — Those unwanted text messages for everything from special sales to dating services could soon be a thing of the past.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent in Tucson has been arrested on suspicion of structuring bank transactions to evade reporting requirements.
In the late 1990s, residents of a coffee-growing town in southern Mexico began noticing something unusual.
Elvia Carrillo dumps a bucket of arabica beans into a grinder while preparing orders at Café Justo in Agua Prieta, across from Douglas. The cooperative's exports to the U.S. are helping to stabilize small towns in Mexico, heading off immigration pressures.
Dora Alicia Rojas pours a cup of coffee in a makeshift kitchen as she and other former employees of the Legacy de México factory keep a vigil on the sidewalk in front of their old workplace. They and other former employees are trying to make sure the machines are not removed from the factory.
Supervisor who had spent nearly 14 years at the company.
NOGALES, Sonora - It's been 25 days and 24 nights that more than a dozen people have taken turns camping out in front of a recently closed U.S.-owned factory, making sure nobody tries to take the machinery left inside the building - one of their last hopes of getting paid.
You Sly Dog joins the roundup with hot-dog centered menu.