Suspect is sought in fatal shooting
Cite loss of sales due to February snow storm.
Valentine's Day is the last day in original building on First and Grant.
If you shop at Walgreens, pick up the February savings book in front of the store next time you're there.
A gunman robbed seven Tucson businesses overnight and attempted to rob two others during a five hour spree, police say.
Four women were arrested after police say they stole jewelry, makeup and and other merchandise from different stores and sold the items at the Tanque Verde Swap Meet.
Some of those familiar beige Walgreens you see every couple of miles are getting makeovers.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is partnering with local drugstores to help educate customers about new Medicare benefits available under the health-care overhaul.
This time-delay security cabinet was recently installed at the Walgreens drugstore at 4220 N. Oracle Road. The chain borrowed the concept from banks and other retailers that use similar devices to protect money.
Tucson is not known as a hotbed for prescription-drug thefts, but that hasn't stopped Walgreens from installing new cabinets designed to deter drug thieves.
The local nonprofit, Tucson Values Teachers has partnered with Walgreens to hold their 4th annual Tucson Supplies Teachers supply drive.
After years on First Avenue, Sausage Deli is turning the corner on Grant Road.
The Tucson Association of Realtors has kicked off its sixth annual Stuff the Bus School Supplies Drive.
Through the month of May, Foster Care Appreciation Month, all Tucson Walgreens stores will have collection boxes for Aviva's annual Undie's Drive.
Today the retired space shuttle Endurance arrived at the nation's official repository for historic artifacts, Sun City Vistoso. The shuttle crossed over into Tucson’s airspace at 11:30 A.M., flying low over the Arizona retirement community and delighting spectators on the golf course, s…
The University of Arizona is starting a new downtown branch by
leasing a building from Pima County for $1 a year.
Marana's Town Council may have set a new record for shortest
meeting time Feb. 2 when it approved four liquor licenses and
abandoned an easement in just 17 minutes.