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4 hrs ago | State Press
In a lilac-colored room lined with yellowed manuscripts and hardbacks on the third floor of the Language and Literature building, Jaime Clarke read from the opening pages of his second novel "Vernon Downs" on Monday night.
8 hrs ago | KTAR
Originally from southern California, I began working in radio in 2010 at my community college station DJing late night shows on the school's jazz station, 88.5FM KSBR.
A clearer picture is emerging about how much more nagging drought is going to cost consumer shopping for produce this spring and summer.
"Reef Pools," by Nancy Tokar Miller. Nancy is in the background, looking at her work in an exhibition in 2012 a tLouis Carlos Bernal Gallery, Pima Community College Nancy Tokar Miller, an acclaimed painter often called Tucson's best artist, died Tuesday after a long illness.
Kim Marcus, right, a Serrano-Cahuilla Indian, leads a group of singers in December 2012 in performing Cahuilla bird songs before a tobacco blessing ceremony for the California Center for Native Nations.
When Brooklyn Law School announced earlier this month that it would cut tuition by 15%, it sounded less like a briefing and more like a battle cry.
The number of Arizona parents choosing to not have their children vaccinated is increasing.
Clear, crisp spring air over Arizona means conditions are perfect to see a total lunar eclipse in the sky tonight.
Devin's identical twin, Whitney, was also chosen to be a 2014 Charger Girl. Both are seniors at the University of Arizona.
Hollis-Jefferson has joined AEPi at the University of Arizona, a process a friend of mine has gone through and assuredly would not be worth enduring for a month and a half of membership.
I'm the last person you'd call a Tucson apologist, but even I'm starting to get a little uncomfortable with all of the bashing our community has gotten from long-running animated sitcom Family Guy .
The proposed University of Arizona scientific study about using marijuana to treat veterans with post traumatic stress disorder has the green light from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration.
After 13 and half years, Plush will officially come to a close on Monday, April 14 and will reopen the next business day as The Flycatcher.
The new hospital reflects the growth of the services offered and that means more people will be coming here from all over Cochise County.