Americans were all over the Sarah Palin glasses-and-updo combo
last year, but the National Retail Federation this season says
politicians have all but dropped off the costume map.
Comparing the state's three major colleges is probably
inescapable, even in athletic matters as dry as fundraising and
financial reports. That doesn't make it correct.
City Councilman Rodney Glassman, long rumored to be entertaining
a bid for the U.S. Senate, announced the launch of his exploratory
The city of Tucson will pass the hat, hoping to rake in as much
as $1 million in private donations, to help finish Rio Nuevo's
Mission Gardens — the centerpiece of what voters approved 10 years
The head of one of the largest shows that make up the Tucson
Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase said Wednesday that he doesn't
have any specific offers to move the show to another city.
The city of Tucson is striving to maintain the status quo by
fighting a new state law that mandates nonpartisan elections in all
Arizona cities. The law also replaces Tucson's weird, hybrid ward
It has a lot of bureaucratic language attached to it, but here's
the bottom line: The Federal Transit Administration has given the
go-ahead to Tucson's modern streetcar project, a major component of
the Regional Transportation Authority's long-range transportation
On Oct. 17, Alan Michaels will continue a fall tradition started
five years ago: he will walk in memory to honor his father, his
fellow baby boomers and himself.
A candlelight vigil was held Monday evening at University
Medical Center to mark September as Childhood Cancer Awareness
A new lease that will save a prominent downtown business owner
nearly $100,000 in rent until 2015 was enthusiastically approved by
the City Council on Wednesday.
Acclaimed pianist Yang to perform here