We asked Southern Arizona lawmakers and candidates for governor for their thoughts on SB 1062, legislation that would allow businesses to discriminate against customers based on religious belief. Gov. Jan Brewer must decide whether to sign it, let it become law without her signature, or veto it.
A pirate’s skull-and-bones flag peeks above a cement-block wall in a residential neighborhood just north of the University of Arizona campus.
For nearly 38 years, Bob and Dale Mayerfeld have successfully run Table Talk, the popular home-specialty store known for its unique kitchen gadgets, rustic hardwood furniture and regional pieces, at various locations around Tucson.
HERMOSILLO, Mexico — Parents in the Mexican state of Sonora will no longer be allowed to name their children "Facebook," ''Rambo" or 59 other now banned given names.
When Ka’Deem Carey set a new Arizona Wildcats record for rushing, the running backlifted his right hand and flashed a “WC,” extending his middle, ring and pinky fingers, bending his thumb and index finger.
‘Hi. I’m Dave. And I’m a postaholic.” I scanned the small crowd in the drab hall. The phone in my hand beeped text alerts.
If your school or neighborhood already maintains a garden, it could pick up a compost bin through a city contest.
As the U.S. economy continues to sputter, five areas may heavily affect a recovery in 2014:
The grass will soon be greener for the dogs at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona, thanks to a makeover from Santa Rita Landscaping.
World War II veteran Richard Love, who suffered a brain-stem stroke last week, was shocked Wednesday when several strangers appeared at his bedside at Carondelet St. Joseph’s Hospital.
Lioness Kaya gave birth to five cubs at Reid Park Zoo right before Christmas, officials said.
The team behind a plan to revitalize the historical Rex Ranch in Amado and turn it into a nonprofit science and art residency has been given an extra two months to raise the money to buy the property.
Former Tucson Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords will serve as honorary chairwoman and national advocate for the Hiring Our Heroes Military Spouse Employment Advisory Council.
PHOENIX — A truck driver was using his cellphone to look at photos of women on Facebook when he crashed into three police cars and two fire trucks on Interstate 8, killing a DPS officer, records obtained by the Star show.
An online site that celebrated alcohol abuse among University of Arizona students has been shut down by Facebook amid safety concerns raised by campus officials.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry has challenged Supervisor Ally Miller to give prosecutors evidence that county employees are breaking the law, as she says, or shut up.
The first step in dealing with a problem is to admit that you have one.
Tucson lost one of its big dogs Thursday. Its biggest, in fact.
Lockheed Martin Corp., the biggest U.S. government contractor, said Friday it has identified about 3,000 employees for furloughs on Monday because of the partial government shutdown.
Dozens of Tucson-area small businesses are in the running for some big exposure. They’re competing in a contest that will reward the grand-prize winner a national ad to air during the third quarter of the 2014 Super Bowl.