White Doesn't Make Right

White Doesn't Make Right

Banning Tucson's Mexican-American Studies program was motivated by racial animus, a federal judge ruled last month.

Bad Grades

Arizona Department of Education released the state's AzMerit scores earlier this month and the results aren't surprising.

DREAMers Deferred

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on Tuesday, Sept. 5, that the Trump administration would be ending the DACA program.

Love Connection

Whitney Linscott's friends once bet her she couldn't get 1,000 Tinder matches in a single night.

Congressional Briefing

Q&A with Congressman Tom O'Halleran

DREAMers and Dollars

The President's elimination of the DACA program last week impacts close to 40,000 young people in Arizona today.

In Congress' hands

Various bills have been sponsored to give the DREAMers legal status.

LOCAL Heroes

Rotary LOCAL fulfills grant requests from teachers all over the city, from Marana to Vail, usually for around $500.

Children's Crusade

The roughly 800,000 participants in the DACA program are left wondering what's next.

Big Bang

In a quiet, well-lit Dunbar home studio, a tiny new universe is about to make itself known.

Storm Warnings

Last week, a group of Tucsonans took aim at Sen. Jeff Flake, calling on the freshman senator to start taking climate change seriously.

Cool to Be Kind

Jeannette Maré gathered on Aug. 24, with local faith, government and community leaders to unveil a “Be Kind” mosaic in City Hall.

New Sheriff in Town

A Q & A with new Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier

White Flight

A crowd showed up at Monday's Pima County Board of Supervisors meeting to tell Supervisor Ally Miller what they think of her latest controversy

Hasty Tasting

Food is a necessity, but with the local launch of grocery delivery services Instacart and UberEATS (the food delivery branch of the popular ride service) last week, Tucson residents need not walk farther than the front door to get it.

Paul Durham for City Council

We need to build on recent success with the best available leaders. Vote wisely, Ward 3. Vote for Paul Durham.


The Range

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