I’ve been honored to learn firsthand how vital the A-10 is to our national security by serving alongside the brave men and women in uniform who protect our country.
Up until last week, we could classify the threats to Davis-Monthan Air Force base as medium-term but gathering.
If there were one business at which Tucson would excel, surely it would be marijuana.
You can’t blame Tucsonans who are suffering from Forum Fatigue.
Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller labeled it a political “reprisal.”
If you’re troubled by the killing of two mountain lions to help bighorn sheep in the Catalinas, you have to hear about Aravaipa Canyon.
Pres. Obama made it sound so simple the other night.
‘What are you going to do about it?”
Chris Guerrero was at the supermarket last year, with a shopping list for his new little home, when a problem arose: He wanted something on the grocery-store shelf that wasn’t on the list.
Tucsonan Dennis Keys has faced both the ferocious severity and the casual generosity of Pima County prosecutors.
Maybe it’s time for Arizona to change the way the state constitution treats university education.In one of its most disappointing clauses, the Arizona Constitution raises hopes by saying instruction at the state’s universities shall be “as nearly free as possible.”
You can understand the desire of Davis-Monthan’s base commander to have regular meetings with local elected officials.
You angle for a window seat in a comfortable Tucson coffee shop or restaurant.
What’s TQ? Tucson Quotient — the number of years the candidates have lived in Tucson or Southern Arizona.
Up until about 11 a.m. on Jan. 8, 2011, that date had always meant one thing to me: My brother’s birthday.
To some of us in Southern Arizona, the state’s sudden embrace of cross-border trade is a bit jarring.
In an ideal Tucson, Libby Wright would not be a factor.
When Mexico’s drug-war violence surged in the middle of the last decade, Rocky Point was in a building boom, and the tourist industry assured us the beach town remained tranquilo.
You could blame Sunnyside school district voters for the painful budget cuts officials outlined at a forum Tuesday night.
For four years, Arizona charter schools have been arguing in court that they get a raw deal from the Legislature.