The Wildcats' earned a spot in next weekend's NCAA Softball Tournament Super Regionals and a rightful final chapter at the stadium that has been their home for a quarter century.
Every year, I tell myself I'm past the point of complaining about a Tucson summer.
A lost, super-wasted, underage frat boy seemed unperturbed by his disorientation and inability to walk, until cops entered the picture and he had a complete meltdown.
A young man was found stuck in a family's garage, apparently in the middle of a burglary attempt.
Martha McSally expecting a vote on the hardline immigration measure she is cosponsoring and Ally Miller is playing nice, for now.
Not long after I met my wife in college, she and I went to a carnival at the Cochise County Fairgrounds.
Ducey signed a bill giving the go-ahead for a hemp “pilot program” to explore the economic benefit of hemp.
Some fear that Fourth Avenue will lose its historic charm, that new, upscale developments will drive up rents and push out local businesses and residents.
Fourth Avenue has always been a funky corridor where you could run into just about anyone. But can that vibe survive as downtown evolves?
The Democrats running for seats in LD9 appeared together at a forum on Saturday, May 12.
A man had an interaction with a young female college student that anyone would deem not OK, to say the least.
An east-side woman was the victim of an oddly random yet specific burglary, possibly perpetrated by an oddly random yet specific suspect.
The Congressional District 2 democratic showdown
Even before marijuana culture started entering the mainstream, mentioning 420 usually elicited an eyeroll.
Sundays are busy at Buffalo Exchange. Customers stream in, hoping to score Diesel jeans or a vintage dress.
Election season is upon us—so why not warm up by voting in this year’s Best of Tucson™?
A Q&A with Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik from midtown Ward 6.
President Trump and jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald have something in common—lyrics to one of her songs, Undecided…
An elite Foothills preschool was the repeated victim of vandalism evidently inflicted by a graffiti-artist dope smoker with notably immature artistic leanings
A wheelchair-bound elderly gentleman showed the world he was anything but a helpless old man.
The Arizona Legislature wrapped up its work last week. Here are 13 takeaways from the session.
At the Rialto Theater, that age-old question—Beatles or Stones—will be emphatically asked again and then answered to no one’s satisfaction.
Arizona’s SB1420 dies as Democrats rejected the bill, causing it to fall short of the three-quarters vote needed to amend the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act.
An excerpt from local activist Jes Baker, update on #RedforEd, Tucson Salvage, a crossword puzzle explanation, and more this week.
"It's their job to low ball, but we're getting screwed," says owner Mike Holquist, Sr. "They're smiling at us while offering no real money."
An intoxicated man held himself together just enough to almost buy more alcohol at a convenience store.
Hockey fans never expected to have a team to call their own but have embraced the Tucson Roadrunners.
A little girl wearing a striped overshirt and floral skirt steps up to the Magic Shop booth, flicking back her flat shoulder-length hair.
While taxes from legalizing marijuana would never amount to the $650 million Ducey said the state needs to fund education, certainly the millions in revenue are worth discussing.
The national student-led movement to end gun violence is no longer only about school shootings.
A high rise apartment building on Fourth Avenue is closer to sealing the deal after the Tucson City Council unanimously approved the development.
I started reading Chuck Bowden's Tucson Citizen stories when I was doing my first job in the newspaper biz back in the late '70s.
Teachers wearing red, waving Red for Ed signs and smiling at honking cars are out in front of their schools every morning.
A north-side homeowner arrived in his driveway to find a dent in his car, along with a strangely presented note.
Nobody was arrested after a University of Arizona cop had to deal with both a loud frat-house party and a frat boy.
You and I have spent a whole lot of our time these past 18 month just barely coexisting.
Something’s rotten in the state of Arizona—and it’s the weed. Well, some of it.
With marijuana markets blooming across the country, Tucson is no exception as three new dispensaries have opened in the past year.
While smoking bud will likely never go out of style, the marijuana industry is quickly moving in the direction of extracts.
For a tense 70 seconds, Thornydale Elementary was a goner.
The results of our Cannabis Bowl 2018.
It's pretty clear that weed is marching toward mainstream acceptance, no matter what U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions says about it.
The Red for Ed movement, which began in early March, is calling for a raise for educators and additional funding for schools.
A budding male-chauvinist bigwig insisted that doling out misogynistic insults to a female University of Arizona employee was his "right" as a paying student.
In a remarkably audacious convenience-store shoplifting incident, a man just kept topping himself in rude and unlawful behavior.
We’d drive by The Bambi in the family car, and I thought it a bar where moms disrobed.
I have had the privilege of working in Tucson’s indigent-community mental-health system for 32 years.
The Southern Arizona Women's Foundation is raising awareness and money for issues affecting women and girls at its 25th annual luncheon, on April 18
The 25th annual Science of Consciousness Conference featured some of the brightest and most far-out minds on our planet discussing topics such as the evolution of language, the origin of life, psychedelics, metaphysics, artificial intelligence and much more.
Tucson has an astonishing array of dynamic events for you to attend, so quit complaining there's nothing to do and get out there and have some fun!
Backpage.com was seized on April 6 by federal law enforcement. The website was shut down, and those who ran it were arrested.
During a confrontation with her apartment-complex manager, a paranoid tenant doled out quite a "tongue-lashing".
A Green Valley man's across-the-street neighbor had a creepy habit of photographing him and his wife-always with their elderly dog
Downtown Tucson scored a big win last week when Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation extending the life of the Rio Nuevo district for an extra decade.
I used to think that the only two people who knew everything were God and an eighth-grader. Now the list has grown by one.
The Arizona Department of Health Services has told some dispensaries to change the way they report concentrates in a way that would vastly impact the amount of medical marijuana patients can receive every two weeks.