Health Appeal

Health Appeal

The Affordable Care Act may not be perfect, but it probably saved Aaron Parkey's life.

From Global to Local

Not long after Election Day, Shauna Anderson created a Facebook event for a Tucson Women's March on Washington. She thought a couple dozen women would be interested. A little more than two months later, over 2,000 people have clicked "going."

Community Connections

Engel Indo started the year by paying a client's $750 rent. The previous week he helped a family whose house was destroyed in a robbery, brought Christmas baskets to families in need and gave away an Arizona Bowl ticket.

Freshman Orientation

Congressman Tom O'Halleran won the Congressional District 1 seat in last November's election.

Honor and Remember

We lost so much that day, but also saw how our community rallied together. People who had never met before suddenly had an unexplainable connection. Everyone wanted to help and everyone needed their neighbors, families and friends to start the healing process.

Dealing with the Devil

The Satanic Temple’s Michelle Shortt: “It’s a stance of the Satanic Temple that anybody who doesn’t conform—you know, if you’re a feminist, or an intelligent woman, if you celebrate your sexuality, if you’re gay, if you’re just different—somebody somewhere considers you a Satanist.”

Sweet Relief

The line for Syrian Sweets Exchange, 2.0 was wrapped around the block by 9:45 a.m., 15 minutes after it opened.

Wage Rage

Minimum wage will climb to $10 an hour on Jan. 1, 2017, and to $12 an hour by 2020.

Escort Service

A group encircled a small altar, adorned with items representing sex workers who suffered violent deaths, targeted because of their profession.

Waiting in Line

Approximately 883,647 immigrants live in Arizona, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, and according to a Pew Research Center analysis, approximately 300,000 of them are undocumented.

Editor's Note

Learning and understanding history, as we know, is advantageous.

A Democrat in Trumpland

>Congressman Raul Grijalva won an eighth term representing Southern Arizona in the U.S. House of Representatives last month.

Hotel Heights

Tucson gets ready to adopt a different kind of Hispanic influence as a team of local developers, architects and construction companies near completion on downtown's first new hotel since 1972

C’mon, Trust Us

A recap of our last two rounds of endorsements, just in time for election day.

Raising Hell

Earlier this year, Arizonans passed Proposition 123, which increased education funding and resolved a lawsuit against the state for shortchanging schools in recent years. Each district can allocate the money where officials conclude it's needed.

Endorsements, Part 2

Grab your ballot and let's get going.

Archives


The Range

Introducing Priscilla & Ella

T.H.R.E.A.T. Watch Begins in Earnest

Southern Arizona Sanctuary Movement Makes a Statement

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    • Venom? Try reading the two posts again. I did and I think yours is worse…

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