Growing stuff to feed hungry people has always been big business.
Shelby Zismann seems older than 17 as she talks about processing the two-year relationship where she experienced emotional abuse.
After allegedly gyrating against an office window (among other odd and salacious behaviors), a man was barred from University of Arizona property.
An intoxicated collegiate had an amusingly elementary response when a cop caught him with his pants (partially) down, according to a UAPD report.
The stampede of Republican lawmakers retreating in horror from Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore is quite the spectacle.
Alone in the world and full dark is falling soon, and he listens to the stupid cars and trucks pass by, their hypnotic low rumble, the severity and austerity.
A salient solution to dispensaries' cash-only conundrum has surfaced in California.
Let the Weekly staff be your helpful holiday elves with their picks for the best local shops.
Local business owner Julie Simons is sick of the health care tug-of-war.
No it isn't too early for our Holiday Guide to events and shopping this season. Plan your social calendar and get that shopping done early. You can thank us later.
More than 5,400 juvenile immigration deportation cases were heard in Arizona between 2005 and July 2017, according to the Executive Office of Immigration Review.
A 16-year-old girl got a not-so-sweet glimpse of an elderly man walking around her house in the nude
A non-student at the UofA was busted for urinating on two of the bathroom's floor and walls, dressed as a Hasidic Jew.
I've got a birthday coming up and around this time of year, I tend to get all philosophical and stuff.
There are many reasons to be optimistic about the health of our teens, but recent funding cuts threaten future progress.
It may often seem like nothing can stop the tidal wave of marijuana legalization from washing over the country, but constant political battles remind us that it's a hard-fought battle.
I've made no secret of my love for the Loft Cinema (and especially those new seats in the main auditorium).
Tables in Old Tucson's Grand Palace were covered in items to memorialize Mick Willoughby...
Girl power is on the rise, and so is girls' rugby.
An active U.S. Air Force member kneels to hand a burial flag to Patricia Clark, quietly saying the honorary words, "We offer this flag for the faithful and dedicated service."
When a cop interrupted a woman's mystifying mission on a stranger's property, her attitude ranged from dangerously daring to meekly remorseful.
Sen. Jeff Flake set off a political explosion last week with his announcement that he would not seek reelection.
None of the financial support for the course Ethics, Economy, and Entrepreneurship came from the Kochs.It came from a Templeton Foundation grant of $2.9 million.
Once again, the Arizona courts have it out for medical marijuana patients.
Pima County Supervisor Steve Christy wants a countywide half-cent-sales-tax increase to deal with the county's dilapidated roads.
Helping Hands Tucson integrates with Interfaith Community Services
Children's author Todd Parr has a way with words.
We are giving our best to those who are the best: the best shops, restaurants, bars, cafes, festivals, trails, parks and places that make Tucson a great place to live.
The race to replace Ward 3 Democrat Karin Uhlich on the Tucson City Council pits a Democrat against an independent candidate.
Cops effectively helped rescue a woman from what must've been a horrific psychological experience
A college student's library studies were interrupted by an unwelcome eyeful of penis
It appears that Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry is entirely out of fucks to give about Supervisor Ally Miller
Many of ustedes must be scratching your heads right now. "What happened to ¡Ask a Mexican!" you're preguntando yourselves.
Seventy years ago this week, the United States government crapped all over itself and for much of the next decade
Our Friendly Neighborhood scientist, Sue Sisley, who has been studying the effects of marijuana in treating PTSD, needs some help.
Council Member Steve Kozachik is fighting to keep his spot as Tucson City Council's Ward 6 representative.
This week we have voting and election stories, our endorsements, book excerpts, the movies to see, music in town, so much more!
From 2014 to 2015, Rosa Robles Loreto, an undocumented immigrant, wife and mother of two, sought sanctuary at Southside Presbyterian Church.
Isn't it time we took better care of Tucson's preschoolers? And our city's zoo animals? We endorse yes on Props 202, 203, and 204.
It's never fun to wake up and find someone has snuck into your dorm room and peed all over your stuff.
When are erections maybe not such a great idea? Let me tell you...
It's been quite a week in the Trump White House.
Finely manicured fingers rotate like a miniature flesh-and-bone loom, looping and sliding yarn through a tattered selvage.
Recreational marijuana could help lead to a decrease in opioid-related deaths
Two little girls paint on an easel while children’s classical music plays quietly. A curly-haired 3-year-old runs up to Bill Berk, the director of Outer Limits School, and hugs him around the legs.
This week, staff reporter Danyelle Khmara takes a look at a vital question in front of Tucson voters this year: Prop 204.
Tucson now has its very own iteration of Shark Tank as part of TENWEST.
The people touched by Tucson's mass shooting sadly understand all too well what the victims in the Las Vegas concert massacre are going through.
It's been a good couple of weeks for Ann Kirkpatrick.
The Freedom Center, which has been at UA since 2011, gets a majority of its funding from the Koch Brothers and a wealthy Arizona donor couple.
SnapChat helped nab a drunk man who'd disrupted a party by screaming obscenities and exposing his penis.
Maybe don't tell the cops to chill out when you're drinking a six pack in public.
Dear Mexican: I'm very bothered by the fact that Tom Flores is not in the Hall of Fame.
April 25th. What do you say we settle on that date as the perfect time to talk about gun control?
Payson may soon be a new haven for medical marijuana patients looking to cultivate their own supply.