Robert Shaw returns to the Tucson area this weekend with his popular "Man in Black: The Music of Johnny Cash" show.
Robert Shaw returns to Tucson with his popular "Man in Black: The Music of Johnny Cash" show.
A machine called a rake is used in the harvesting of pecans from the groves owned by Farmers Investment Co., one of the two entities that want to connect to the water source at the end of the Central Arizona Project.
An existing pipeline at a Sahuarita-area groundwater recharge project isn't nearly big enough to carry all the Colorado River water that two other parties say they want to put into two proposed connecting pipelines, Tucson officials said Tuesday.
High winds that sent huge dust clouds swirling last week caused Pima County to exceed federal air-quality standards for the first time in nearly four years, county officials said.
Michael Stewart, with bell, is flanked by David Ellingson, left, Carmen Towns, Judy Ellison and John Jacoby.
This week's recipient of Ben's Bell is Michael Stewart.
Al Clayton practices batting at one of the new fields at the Canoa Preserve Community Park. The new 53-acre park includes two softball fields, among other amenities, and will be formally opened on Tuesday.
Pima County will dedicate its first park in Green Valley on Tuesday.
Chairman of the Community Water Co. Board of Directors.
Secretary and treasurer of the Upper Santa Cruz Providers & Users Group
Tucson and Marana have experienced significant increases in their water tables due to reduced groundwater pumping and the recharge of Central Arizona Project water from the Colorado River.
The sonic boom over Tucson that rattled windows and nerves Wednesday night was caused by a fighter jet that broke the sound barrier while training in the desert west of the city, officials said.
Mac's Pub rolls out new menu.
Sen. John McCain was in a humorous mood when he talked to the audience in Green Valley. "It's hard trying to do the Lord's work in the city of Satan, and so it's wonderful to be back here," he said at one point.
The town hall meeting in the retirement community of Green Valley was part of McCain's statewide tour. One woman said she was impressed that the senator answered every question and was not traveling with security.
Sen. John McCain stopped in Green Valley Tuesday during a statewide tour to talk with constituents.
Senator John McCain answers a question about Republicans and Democrats working together and jokes about politicians' approval ratings at a town hall meeting in Green Valley, Arizona, on Feb 19, 2013. via YouTube Capture
Southern Arizona residents have an opportunity to discuss their concerns with U.S. Sen. John McCain at a town hall meeting today in Green Valley.
A Pima County Superior Court judge sentenced a Green Valley housekeeper to four years’ probation Tuesday for stealing from 13 of her clients, saying he wants her out and working to pay them back.