Editor's Note

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.

Sacred Space

"Anytime we're able to come together outside of white supremacy's gaze is a very radical, spiritual and healing space." Laster said. "Anytime we commune together, I think it's a sacred space."

A Haunted Past

Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu has great presence in front of Tea Party audiences or on Fox News.

Truth Through Fiction

The 12th annual Tucson Film and Music Festival, starting Oct. 6, continues to focus on music-related films, but expands the theme to all stories southwest.

Remembering Wendy

Everyone who knew Wendy remembers her as being kind, fearless and multi-talented. She loved biking, vintage clothing, electronic music, photography and getting to know what made people tick.

Final Sweat

Between Sanskrit chants and deep silences, people at a community sauna in the heart of the downtown Drachman neighborhood are quite chatty today, despite the loss they are about to experience.

Local Transition

It seems like there's a lot of open space on 4th these days.

House Race

Three candidates are seeking two House seats in next week's Democratic primary in Legislative District 10.

Five tips for staying out of trouble in the dorms

Let's face it: If you're a college student occasionally you may find yourself on the wrong side of the law. Here are some tips to help keep you out of trouble.

Police Dispatch

Perhaps in anticipation of the dry-scalp-inducing winter—even in the middle of monsoon season—two men tried to shoplift about $50 worth of Head and Shoulders shampoo (plus some Purell) by concealing the bottles in the clothing they wore.

Best Two out of Three

Voters will face a nuanced decision when they head to the polls on Aug. 30 to choose two Democrats to advance to the general election for Legislative District 9 in the Arizona House of Representatives.


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