You know it’s autumn in Tucson when the leaves on Mt.Lemmon change colors, the traffic light you’ve been sitting at for a year changes color and my uncle Jose’s shorts change color. He likes to wear red shorts with black socks. he's what we in Tucson refer to as fashionable. Autumn is the t…
It’s a Tucson Christmas: The only snow we’ll see are cocaine busts at the border.
Don't forget to hit the after-Halloween sales tomorrow and through the weekend to stock up for next year. You can consider it your post-candy cardio.
From Atlanta to Tokyo and from Alaska to Serbia, zombies have been reported roaming the streets. Some of the walking dead were also seen running and dancing — a frightful sight.
There was a lot of dressing up in my neighborhood — friends with homemade capes (or bath towels), colored hats from the zoo, cardboard-and-glitter crowns.
While events related to Día de los Muertos, or Day of Dead, have been held across the city over the past several days — like Sunday’s Calaveras carnival — this weekend will top it off.
Walking into the giant white tent that houses Brian and Kelly’s Pumpkins, Trees & Farmer’s Market, on Broadway near Rosemont, is almost like walking into a small farm.
If you like wild west stunt shows, the Pinnacle Peak Pistoleros are performing "Sam and Latch's Haunted Halloween" at Trail Dust Town, 6541 E. Tanque Verde Road, every night through November 3.
The International Wildlife Museum, 4800 W. Gates Pass Road, is hosting a Halloween event at 5 p.m. Saturday.
When bills and living expenses are lurking in the shadows of every corner, Halloween spending can be a scary thought.
From vampire doughnuts to candied apple skulls, here are five ideas for some quick easy treats for Halloween.
Putting a Halloween pumpkin on your porch could lead to a real-life scare: an unwanted visit by predators or other wildlife.
For Halloween, Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia becomes the haunted house, Terror Behind the Walls. The penitentiary took in its first inmate in 1829, closed in 1971 and reopened as a museum in 1994.
Every October, Post Farms in Marana transforms into a fall-themed wonderland. Corn mazes sprout. Mountains of hay bales climb toward the sky. Pigs race. Catapults hurl pumpkins and trains whistle.
Tucson restaurants getting into Halloween spirit.
Get your "Thriller" moves on Wednesday at Halloween event.
Threats of violence that surfaced in late September and again this past week at Sabino High School will lead to additional security on campus on Halloween.
Kids in Halloween costumes are seen through a fisheye lens, Oct. 31, 1966. Location is unknown. (AP Photo)
John Bohannon of the Society of American Magicians performs the annual "ritual of the broken wand" Oct. 31, 1980 in New York, over the grave of the extraordinary magician and escape artist Harry Houdini. Some 250 persons attended the rite in which Bohannon broke a magician's wand over Houdin…