Collateral damage

Collateral damage

Kym Cutter, like many working mothers, supports her family and has a fulfilling career. Except in Cutter’s job, police show up at her door looking for sex traffickers.

UA professor’s newest book fills the knowledge void

Impey's newest book, "Einstein's Monsters," shows that the reality of black holes are just as far-out as anything science fiction has been able to come up with.

How a Star Dies

Science hinges on the interplay between theory and observation. Over the millennia, humans have had many imaginative ideas about how the universe works.

Holiday Calendar

All of the local holiday events to warm your heart this season

Your Guide To Better Holiday Shopping in the Old Pueblo

Hunting for that perfect holiday gift? Check out these local stores

A Conversation With Brian Smith

Award-winning journalist and author Brian Jabas Smith has a new book of columns and stories, Tucson Salvage: Tales and Recollections from La Frontera, out November 1.

Hell Yes on Prop 463!

It's going to take one thing: Money.

Eyes on the Prize

After traveling over a billion miles through the heart of space, the robotic explorer has only a million more to go.

Quarterback Rush

Khalil Tate has gone from little-known backup to gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated's college football preview issue in less than a year.

Mad Science

The UA College of Science is doing some amazing stuff these days: space missions, drug research, insect examinations and a lot more.

How To Survive on Campus for Just Pennies a Day!

Tuition. Books. Craft beer. Everything costs more now than it did 10 years ago, or 20 years ago...

8 Things You Should Know About The Primary Election

The Aug. 28 primary election will be here before you know it. With the help of a hard-working crew of unpaid interns, the Weekly is bringing you a few fun facts and recaps of memorable moments from this summer's campaign season.

Moneyball Jr.

"We're middle class. We're just not club sports middle class."

We Need Your Votes!

Tucsonans, you have your work cut out for you.

Rural Revival

Replacing God's mountains with man's never looked so beautiful as the uprooted earth towering over Clifton, Arizona.

Never Going Back to Tucson

Dan Stuart is a habitual expat as well as a musician and author. His latest record, The Unfortunate Demise of Marlowe Billings, will be released in late July.

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