Biologist Trevor Hare and mining executive Jamie Sturgess both have been studying wildlife corridors southeast of Tucson.
A 3-cent U.S. stamp issued on Dec. 30, 1953, marked the 100th anniversary of the Gadsden Purchase.
RIVER PARK ACQUISITIONS AND DEVELOPMENT COUNTY WIDE — The riverpark along the Santa Cruz River, Friday, February 20, 2004.
17 greenway - Flowers bloom outside the historic Manning House, in Tucson, Arizona, Friday evening, Oct. 17, 2003. Neighborhood activist Daphne Madison (DAPHNE MADISON, not in photo) is hoping to get the city to turn the railroad tracks right-of-way between 22nd street and St. Mary's Rd., in…
Flowers bloom outside the historic Manning House, in Tucson, Arizona, Friday evening, Oct. 17, 2003. Neighborhood activist Daphne Madison (DAPHNE MADISON, not in photo) is hoping to get the city to turn the railroad tracks right-of-way between 22nd street and St. Mary's Rd., into a greenway …
At least 42.4 percent of Tucson police and firefighters live
outside the city limits, making them unable to vote on a
controversial ballot measure related to the city's public safety
coverage, based on analysis of data obtained by the Arizona Daily
MOGADISHU, Somalia — A British woman who is being held by Somali
pirates with her husband after their yacht was hijacked said in a
phone call broadcast Friday that the couple were "bearing up," and
she described her captors as "very hospitable."
George is trying to wake the dead at the top of Elaine May's new
play, which opened Oct. 23 at Arizona Theatre Company. The rich
codger gently prods his young wife to join the land of the
Three years ago, Mark Matos disbanded his popular Tucson group,
Campo Bravo, and headed west, setting up shop in the San Francisco
Vern Friedli is stunned anyone wants to talk about his offense.
He thinks they would find it boring.
WASHINGTON — House Democrats reached agreement Wednesday on key
elements of a health-care bill that would vastly alter America's
medical landscape, requiring virtually universal sign-ups and
establishing a new government-run insurance option for
About 80 Girl Scouts joined forces Saturday with a local
homeowners association and several environmental groups to clear
giant reed plants and do other activities during Make a Difference
Day along Sabino Creek.