Wet Suit

Wet Suit

The lawsuit seeks to collect reparations for the cost of "treating and removing contamination from public drinking water supply wells."

On the road again

The Sabino Canyon shuttle service is on its way to making a comeback.

Yes, a Democrat Won a U.S. Senate Seat in Arizona!

Sinema didn’t declare victory until nearly a week after the election, on Monday, Nov. 12, after steadily gaining tens of thousands of votes

Yet She Persists

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi traveled to Tucson last week to stump on behalf of Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick.

Big Screen Debut

Nine screens, electric recliners and high-tech laser projection welcomed movie-goers at the grand opening of Tucson's newest movie theater.

Power Struggle

In 2016, 28.1 percent of Ajo's population lived below the poverty line, which is higher than the national average of 14 percent.

Comic-Con Magic

The next big gathering of Arizona cosplayers is happening this weekend at Tucson Comic-Con, a three-day extravaganza.

Rising From The Ashes

The 2,500-square foot space was restored to its 1930 brilliance after a year of work by a team of local developers and artists.

13 Reasons To Vote

Vote! Vote! Vote!

The Great Divide

Democrats and Republican running for LD 9 disagree on everything

C’mon, Trust Us!

Whatever you decide, get out and vote!

New Accommodations

The developers of downtown's AC Marriott have unveiled plans for a new $88 million hotel project on Broadway and Fifth Avenue.

Meet Mr. Infomercial

Ray Lindstrom likes to refer to himself as simply "a serial entrepreneur" and after starting up more than 100 businesses in his lifetime.

One-Term Wonder?

Two years ago, Republican Todd Clodfelter defied the odds and knocked out a Democratic incumbent in the race for one of two House of Representatives seats in central Tucson's Legislative District 10.

New Crew

The University of Arizona Wildcats weathered the proverbial storm this offseason, facing a myriad of issues, both on and off the court.

Why Tucson Salvage Matters

Weekly columnist Brian Smith captures the stories folks didn’t even know they had and stitches them back into the communal quilt that makes us all stronger, safer, more human.

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