Flow Job

Flow Job

The Pima County Board of Supervisors put state environmental regulators and Hudbay Minerals on notice.

Homeless Program Working

HWP program expanded from two days a week to three, accommodating more participants across the program.

Saguaro Bounty

Trying to survive off what the desert provides in the way of edibles can be a feast or famine situation, so it's important to take advantage of seasonal good times.

Mega Mania!!

Pima County Public Library engages kids and teens at their Comic-Con style event, MegaMania!!

Rockin' Her World

Ten years ago, Gina Murphy-Darling had an epiphany—a brilliant idea which spawned Mrs. Green's World. It is now celebrating a decade of making a positive impact on where and how we live.

A Vigil Endures

A faction of the YWCA's Latina Leadership Initiative, Las Promotoras decided to continue the vigil monthly after Derechos Humanos announced in May it could no longer make the weekly commitment and asked the community to step in.

Skeeter Eaters

Fight the Bite, Day and Night helps the Pima County Health Department in their effort to combat disease-carriers.

AHCCCS Denied

The United States Senate is primed to vote on the newest version of their secretive health care bill, the Better Care Rehabilitation Act (better known as Trumpcare) sometime after the Fourth of July recess.

Home at Last

On Flag Day, city officials cut the ribbon on a new housing development for chronically homeless veterans, which includes supportive services to help veterans lead healthy and independent lives.

Critical Care

An excerpt from Jim Nintzel's recent Q&A with Rep. Tom O'Halleran

High-Flying Chicken

A Kentucky Fried Chicken Zinger sandwich will boldly go where no fast-food meal has gone before, on a World View Enterprises mission to the edge of Earth's atmosphere.

Over Stepping Bounds

Border Patrol agents bust migrants seeking medical aid at No More Deaths desert camp

No Thanks, Trump

The Pima County Board of Supervisors and the Tucson City Council approved a joint resolution standing in opposition to the proposed border wall.

New Lease on Life

The Pima County Board of Supervisors voted to extend and amend the contract with Banner Health and the Arizona Board of Regents to operate the former Kino Community Hospital June 6 in a 4-1 vote.

Sunny With a Chance of Rain

Arizona's economy continues to rise in recovery of the Great Recession, but as always with economic forecasts, not everything is optimistic.

Desert Ordeal

Activists walk the punishing Migrant Trail

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Staff Pick Events

  • Be-You-tiful Women's Body Image Workshop @ Floor Polish

    • Sat., July 22, 3-5 p.m. $10
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    • Saturdays, 5-10 p.m. Continues through Sept. 2 Regular admission rates apply. Members enjoy the evening for free.
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    • Tuesdays, Saturdays No charge. Donations appreciated.
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  • Cavalry Craft Children’s Corner @ Fort Lowell Museum

    • Saturdays, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Continues through Aug. 26 $4/craft
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    • Sat., Aug. 26, 10-11:30 a.m. $0.00

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    • Rosemont should be killed, it will drain all the water used by the growers in…

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