The Internal Revenue Service and Pio Decimo Center — an agency of Catholic Community Services — are rounding up volunteers to help Marana residents in need prepare their taxes for free.
Crews working with the Arizona Department of Transportation will narrow traffic down to one lane today, just west of the Marsh Station traffic interchange (exit 291) until 5 p.m. to allow construction vehicles access to the project site.
The Wildcats received 63 of 65 first-place votes in the AP media poll, and 30 of 32 first-place votes by the coaches.
The Pima County Sheriff's Department is investigating a body found in the desert on the far southwest side.
A 9-year-old boy missing since Sunday afternoon was found Monday.
General-aviation pilots using Ryan Airfield will have new options for maintenance and support services starting in January, under an agreement approved by the board of the Tucson Airport Authority.
UA gets nearly $1M
to aid nurse training
Malcolm Hughes, Diana Wheeler and Katrina Miranda join 45 UA colleagues previously honored
Head to East Speedway and North Wilmot Road and you can travel around the world.
Trade tokens have been used as far back as Roman times, and in the United States, as recently as in the era of mining towns. These unique pieces are rare and highly collectible.
Salpointe Catholic’s boys soccer team will be playing with a heavy heart this week as it tries to win the Chris Maier Invitational for the fourth straight year.
SAN DIEGO — Arizona’s volleyball season ended with a resounding thud.
Longtime Salpointe Catholic boys soccer coach Wolfgang Weber may be away from the team this week after his wife, Nina, died Friday. The Lancers are competing in the Chris Maier Invitational this week.
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Coats for Kids effort
to aid district students
A Tucson woman involved in a car crash in late November died Sunday night, officials said.
Doug D’Amore hasn’t been at Catalina Foothills more than six months, but he knows all about what has happened with the boys basketball team in each of the last three seasons, especially last year.
The Arizona Wildcats found out Sunday night that they are heading to Shreveport, La., for the AdvoCare V100 Bowl on Dec. 31
AURAND, Chrystle B. (Aunt Happy). An amazing woman passed away December 5, 2013, she was 94. She leaves many family and friends who loved her dearly. She will be greatly missed by those whose lives she touched. She requested no Funeral Service. A gathering in Tucson to celebrate her life wil…
Tucson’s first family of Mexican food will open a restaurant in Las Vegas later this month.
If the Arizona Wildcats gain the No. 1 ranking in the country as expected today, the gift won’t be just for them.
It took less than a year for Yesenia Campos’ life to fall apart after she started smoking crack in 2002.
Drugs and alcohol are a huge factor in Arizona’s spike in kids being placed in foster care.
Some of the familiar Handi Car shuttle buses will begin to disappear from county streets in the next six months, replaced by Toyota Prius service cars, as well as modified Toyota Sienna vans.
A 55-year-old woman involved in a three-vehicle crash on Nov. 27 died Sunday night.
The Arizona Wildcats are heading to Shreveport, La., for the AdvoCare V100 Bowl.
A family of 12 was displaced after a fire damaged their midtown home Sunday morning.
Now here’s a word that sends shivers down a parent’s spine — sleepover.
Each year, thousands of Arizona residents email or call Rosie Romero’s radio show with questions about everything from preventing chimney fires to getting rid of tree roots in their sewer systems. His goal is to provide answers that suit the specific lifestyle wherever someone lives in Arizo…
Rivera to host ‘Arizona Week’
Browse volunteer opportunities on the Volunteer Center at United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona’s website at www.volunteersoaz.org or call 903-3949.
The city’s police radar van is scheduled to snap photographs of speeders at these locations today:
Parkinson’s group starting flex class
An elderly St. David woman who disappeared last month was found dead Saturday in the desert west of Picacho.
Recent TV ads show Uncle Sam doing bad things in your doctors’ offices.
Ryan Davidson gives back by playing with Pepper the puppy.
An opinion column (“Dual-language learning for all students is visionary,” Dec. 2) from Tucsoncitizen.com is absolutely correct when it stated that the “persistent underachievement of Latino students has nothing to do with a lack of ability or talent. Latino students are just as smart.”
Tucson has many lovely spots that take your breath away at the holidays.
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The bowl speculation will finally end for Arizona tonight.
Was it the wide anticipation of a No. 1 ranking? The “white out” curse? Or maybe just some really bad early defense?
Roscoe Smith has been dominant on the glass for UNLV throughout the short season.