Please join the Arizona Daily Star in helping local children. Today's Star includes an envelope you can use to mail checks so children from low-income or military families can go to camp.
When it comes to ways to spend those long, hot summer days, there's no better place to be than Tucson - if you're a kid.
The Arizona Daily Star's Sportsmen's Fund Send a Kid to Camp program raises money so children from low-income households and military families can attend YMCA, Boy Scout and Girl Scout and Camp Courage burn camps. Five years ago, the Send a Kid to Camp mission was expanded to send children w…
Hardships were part of life for Southern Arizona pioneers in the
mid-1800s, but the trials endured by Larcena Pennington Page would
have brought the toughest frontiersman to his knees.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) ***** Others simply want to be around
you, but you might be quite busy. Wherever you are, others look to
you for answers, solutions and just a fun chat. Friends surround
SAN DIEGO — The nighttime collision of a Coast Guard aircraft on
a rescue mission and a Marine helicopter left nine people feared
dead at sea Friday as investigators tried to solve the mystery of
how the air crews failed to see each other in a heavily used
WASHINGTON — House Democrats reached agreement Wednesday on key
elements of a health-care bill that would vastly alter America's
medical landscape, requiring virtually universal sign-ups and
establishing a new government-run insurance option for
Trick-or-treaters can get free glow
It is crunch time on Afghanistan, so here's my vote: We need to
be thinking about how to reduce our footprint and our goals there
in a responsible way, not dig in deeper. We simply do not have the
Afghan partners, the NATO allies, the domestic support, the
financial resources or the national…
Nightfall: Harvest of Fear — Old Tucson Studios, 201 S. Kinney
Road. Live shows, haunted attractions. 6-10 p.m. Oct. 29. 6
p.m.-midnight Oct. 30-31. $24; $20 for ages 11 and under.
Many events offer discounted tickets for students, seniors,
military and others. Call venue for details.
KABUL — Roadside bombs — the biggest killer of U.S. soldiers —
claimed eight more American lives Tuesday, driving the U.S. death
toll to a record level for the third time in four months as
President Obama nears a decision on a new strategy for the troubled