Gifts from Santa Claus, Valentine's Day presents and an Easter basket are some of the items sitting in the bedroom of 7-year-old Isabel Celis, marking some of the events she's missed with her family in the year since she was taken from her midtown home.
Author-futurist Barbara Marx Hubbard says the problems the world is facing should be the catalyst for transformation.
A new business-networking group goes beyond the professional
into the personal and pushes even further — into religion.
If Tucson High football coach Vincent Smith ever decides to quit
coaching, he certainly seems to have another career option lined
up: motivational speaker.
Duncan Mayor M.C. Holiday has nothing against renewable energy.
But as the state and federal governments look toward reducing
greenhouse-gas emissions, he hopes officials will keep in mind that
his remote town has a high unemployment rate and many residents on
Despite being a high school junior in New York, still two years
away from his plan to play basketball for the Arizona Wildcats,
Sidiki Johnson already has his name linked to a Tucson-based
Though it took four months to complete its investigation into a
fiery crash, records show Arizona Department of Public Safety
investigators never questioned the driver in the wreck that killed
a Tucson mom.
CHICAGO — Tim McGraw the country music icon sounded more like
Tim McGraw the husband an hour before performing here Tuesday.
Cuando alguien se metió a robar en la Iglesia Católica Santa
Mónica el pasado 11 de octubre, el dinero fue el motivo principal.
Mas los esfuerzos por robarse el cepillo de la colecta semanal
fracasaron; no obstante, sí se llevaron una estatua de San Judas
A Tucson man was driving between 112 and 117 mph when he crashed
into the back of an Arizona Department of Public Safety cruiser on
Interstate 10 in June, killing a woman detained in the back seat,
DPS investigators have concluded in a report made public this
He's in the ads and on the posters, standing upright on a roof,
his arms elbowed out, fists on his waist, like some neurotic Clark
Kent. There's a TV antenna behind him, and a lot of blue sky.