A 14-year-old freshman at Santa Rita High School was arrested on suspicion of making a hoax gun threat Thursday, Tucson police say.
Santa Rita HS student accused in gun threat
I read with great enthusiasm “Pilot harvest seeks bounty from UA’s olive, fruit trees” on the front page Oct. 5.
The University of Arizona is seeking public help to restore a beloved campus landmark that will soon house the new office of UA’s president.
The building on East Sixth Street is designed to resemble a slot canyon. It will house the UA's Institute of the Environment.
Bulldozers are clearing a parking lot on East Sixth Street to prepare for the long-awaited construction of a new home for the environmental sciences at the University of Arizona - a resource-efficient building designed to resemble a slot canyon.
Garrett Allen, right, loses his grip on a tarp as a strong gust of wind hampers the setup of backstage tents for The Lindley Lopez Circus. It and other vendors and entertainers fought the breezes Friday setting up on the UA campus for the weekend's Festival of Books.
Under dark, rolling clouds, volunteers George Price, left, and Tom Swanson do some last minute work on vendor tents.
Today's the day. The tents are up. The authors are ready. And the rain is expected to blow over, leaving a bright, brisk day for the Tucson Festival of Books.
While the TUSD Governing Board gave the green light to close 11 schools, the district still needs approval from federal court to finalize the deal.
PHOENIX - There won't be any faculty or students carrying guns on campus legally, at least not this year.
PHOENIX - University officials say it will cost them $13.3 million to install gun lockers outside all of their more than 700 public buildings to keep faculty, students and others from bringing weapons inside.
Tucson's plans to allow new high-rise student apartment
buildings west of the University of Arizona could leave a few
historic bungalows in shadow.
Freshman Emmy Adams of Las Vegas dines in the UA Student Union's
newest restaurant, Sabor. The student center is also adding a new
yogurt spot and will revamp patios.
A lot has changed during the University of Arizona's summer
break. Here's what you need to know about new faces and places on
"The presence of guns in an educational setting creates
unnecessary risks to the safety of our students, employees and
Cooper's hawks have lived for years in the tall trees near the University of Arizona Main Gate and have been the focus of study for more than 15 years. A pair currently is living in the heavily trafficked area.
In the tall pines near the University of Arizona's Main Gate,
Cooper's hawks are remodeling a nest. "Most people don't have any
idea that they're here," said professor and hawk expert Bill
Mannan. Except you might see the leftovers from the pair's last
meal - dove bones, sparrow carcasses an…