At 26, Reno Roethle is going through a time of life when people make big decisions - about careers, lovers, moves.
Martha McSally spoke to the Pima County Republican Club Tuesday but didn't seem to reach out to her base.
For more than half an hour Tuesday, former Republican congressional candidate Martha McSally spoke enthusiastically to Pima County GOP activists.
No school arouses passions around Tucson like Basis does.
June 8, 2002 was the day when, for me, border-crosser deaths changed from an issue into a crisis.
It's an annual rite of self-congratulation. U.S. News and World Report ranks Basis Tucson and University High School among the best in the country.
Tucson Unified School District administrators surprised the school board last week by revealing they want to require a ninth-grade multiculturalism course at three high schools - before the board has even seen or approved the curriculum.
Residents of Southern Arizona's borderlands are on a frontier, but it's not the one they're used to.
"What happened is a terrible thing, but I know that my kids have nothing to do with it. I know it. I am mother. I know my kids. I know my kids. Really, my kids would never get involved with anything like that."
South Tucson leaders call it a new era for the city. We'll see.
African sumac, not native to the Tucson area, is not a good alternative to palm trees. The Arizona Native Plant Society calls it an "invasive weed."
So much for working from home. Sitting in my backyard and writing last week, I was seduced by a pretty tree waving at me in the breeze. It was an African sumac, and I pointed to that species in last Wednesday's column - on the scourge of palm trees - as an example of a good non-native tree t…
We're already forgetting Adyson Gaxiola. When the toddler died of abuse March 15, at 18 months old, it merited a short item in this paper.
You've probably been traumatized over the last 14 years by all the transgender people in locker rooms and public restrooms around Tucson.
Chances are, if you think of border shuttles at all, you think of them as road hazards or smuggling vehicles.
José Valenzuela, left, his wife, Francisca Valdéz, and their son, Juan, 13, use shuttles for part of their biannual trip to Los Angeles.
The Arizona Daily Star was given the go-ahead to sue the Pima County Sheriff's Department over its refusal to release documents related to its investigation of mass shooter Jared Lee Loughner.
In January 2011, after a wildly psychotic Jared Loughner shot 19 people in Tucson, the National Rifle Association still wanted to make it easier for people judged mentally ill to rearm themselves.