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Tucson's All Souls Procession has gained national attention over the years as one of the best events of its kind.
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Police say a man linked to two of three suspicious items investigated today will not be charged at this point in the investigation.
The 12th annual Fiesta Grande kicks off this weekend on the west side! It will bring some travel restrictions on Grande Ave., west of I-10.
Since 2001, the Sonoran Glass School has provided instruction in a variety of glass-related activities, including glass art and glass blowing.
In doing so, the Court found in Azbil BioVigilant's favor, holding that U.S. Patent No.
One last reminder, Tucson, author Junot Diaz will be at the Tucson Fox Theatre tonight , and I was pleasantly reminded that the evening, while a suggested $15 admission/donation , is pay-what-you-can.
Our own version of the Justice League is asking for help renaming a beer served at the Rialto Theatre.
Tucson Police put out the report about the riot that took place after the UA loss to Wisconsin.
The clash between police and upset basketball fans in March has created a legal mess for some and a pile of paperwork for many.
Tucson isn't necessarily a comedy hub or an entertainment one in the traditional sense.
CoLab Workspace's next monthly Innovation Talk will be Wednesday, April 23 from 12 to 1 p.m. The topic of discussion will be "innovations in journalism: investigative reporting and transparency in the era of new media."
The following news this morning from Scott Kardel, managing director of the International Dark-Sky Association - please take note! .
Water is perhaps the most necessary substance we need for life, yet because of its easy availability, it is equally easy to take for granted.
A Dallas man has been sentenced to 17A1 2 years in prison for helping lead a marijuana trafficking ring headquartered in North Texas.
An Arizona man has pleaded guilty to a felony animal cruelty charge after emaciated animals were discovered on his property.
A 47-year-old Tucson man was arrested after drugs were found in his car during a traffic stop on April 14. A K-9 deputy with the Pinal County Sheriff's Office stopped Jose Real on Interstate 10 outside Casa Grande after observing the window tint on his vehicle was too dark, according to spokesman Tim Gaffney.