WASHINGTON – About 180 white tombstones – each belonging to a child who died while attending the Carlisle Indian Industrial School – stand row-by-row in … Continue reading
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Since Pima County’s COVID-19 vaccine registration site went live Thursday morning, nearly 80,000 qualifying residents have registered. However, Pima County doesn’t have enough vaccines to … Continue reading
Tucson-based Zoom Records had released a never-before-issued single by Pete Ronstadt and The Nightbeats, more than 60 years after it was recorded, and all proceeds … Continue reading
A low pressure system sitting off the coast of Southern California and northern Baja California will slowly move across southern Arizona, bringing rain to Sells, … Continue reading
In Pima County, 1,206 new cases and one new death were reported Sunday.
Pima County residents 65 and older, who make up 80% of COVID-19 related deaths, are struggling to navigate the chaotic rollout of vaccine distribution.
It’s a relatively quiet week in the land of Tucson cinema, but things are afoot—to be described in future posts)—that might bolster your desire to … Continue reading
DJ Jahmar is one of the busiest DJs in town, and it will take more than a pandemic to stop him. When he’s not working … Continue reading
While some COVID-19 metrics show signs of plateauing, case counts remain high, hospitals remain at low capacity and patients continue to die.
This group of mostly women, many of whom are in their 60s or older, meet once a month to pick up litter on ‘A’ Mountain. … Continue reading
Westward Look’s plans to possibly build shops, restaurants, apartments, casitas and a hotel on the 75-acre resort property have troubled many neighbors, despite resort owners’ … Continue reading
In his sports column in Explorer and Marana News, longtime TW columnist Tom Danehy pays tribute to the late Rich Alday, who coached baseball at … Continue reading
French/Tucson singer Marianne Dissard has released the latest in her cover series, a complete re-working of Ritchie Valens’ “Come On Let’s Go!” with a music … Continue reading
With more than 11,000 new cases reported today, the number of Arizona’s confirmed novel coronavirus cases topped 658,000 as of Friday, Jan 15, according to … Continue reading
Registration opened for priority groups in phase 1B of COVID-19 vaccine rollouts today, but according to the Pima County Health Department, all available appointments aimed … Continue reading
Pima County has made vaccinating our K through 12 educators a priority 1B group. The vaccine is here, but we have a limited supply and … Continue reading
With more than 7,300 new cases reported today, the number of Arizona’s confirmed novel coronavirus cases topped 649,000 as of Thursday, Jan 14, according to … Continue reading
PHOENIX – The pandemic has affected different people in different ways, causing financial stress due to job loss, sliding grades, relationship pressures and worries that … Continue reading
As Pima County prepares to provide COVID-19 vaccines to a much wider segment of the population this week with a limited number of vaccines on … Continue reading
COVID cancellations continue into the new year with the organizers for the annual Tucson Jazz Festival announcing that the 2021 festival is off. …
Just one week ago, members of the 117th Congress took the oath of office. Raising our right hands, we swore to “support and defend the … Continue reading
With more than 5,600 new cases reported today, the number of Arizona’s confirmed novel coronavirus cases topped 641,000 as of Wednesday, Jan 13, according to … Continue reading
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After initially canceling the winter sports season last week, the Arizona Interscholastic Association voted 5-4 vote reverse course and reinstate the Arizona high school winter … Continue reading
With more than 8,500 new cases reported today, the number of Arizona’s confirmed novel coronavirus cases topped 636,000 as of Tuesday, Jan 12, according to … Continue reading
The partnership between the University of Arizona and NASA is growing even stronger with the space agency selecting Carlos Vargas, a postdoctoral researcher in UA’s … Continue reading
Gov. Doug Ducey delivered his 2021 State of the State address Monday afternoon with a message of maintaining resilience against COVID-19, returning students to classrooms … Continue reading
The latest COVID-19 report from a University of Arizona professor shows an increase in already alarming coronavirus numbers as the state continues to set records … Continue reading
The University of Arizona will return to classes on Wednesday in stage 1 of its reentry plan where students can attend in-person instruction for essential … Continue reading
“Consumers in the market for used vehicles should do their homework before handing over any money,” officials said.
A poll by education advocacy group Expect More Arizona finds that education is No. 1 issue for voters for sixth year in a row, topping … Continue reading
During the mid-20th century, uranium mining and prospecting was common on the Colorado Plateau.
PHOENIX — If you thought you’d be going to the Capitol to keep tabs on your lawmakers when the new legislative session begins at noon … Continue reading
Here’s a daily map of coronavirus cases in Arizona, broken down by county.
About 35% of Tucson’s mobile homes were built before 1976, when new federal standards kicked in requiring better insulation, which is a reason lower-income, mobile … Continue reading
While issues surrounding the ongoing pandemic emergency and election laws are likely to command a lot of legislative heat and light, there are dozens of … Continue reading
The latest updates related to COVID-19 in Tucson and Southern Arizona.
The partisan split in the Arizona House is the same as last year’s, while Republicans lost one seat in the state Senate but remain in … Continue reading
In a new twist on The Loft Cinema Open Air series, they will be screening some new films in the out of doors, starting with … Continue reading
The Arizona Interscholastic Association’s executive board voted 5-4 to cancel the upcoming high school winter sports season during a Jan. 7 special session. …
GREELEY, Colorado – Record-breaking wildfires in 2020 turned huge swaths of Western forests into barren, sooty scars. Those forests store winter snowpack that millions of … Continue reading
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The Small Business Administration and the U.S. Department of the Treasury recently announced a second round of Paycheck Protection Program loans will begin for new … Continue reading
With more than 9,900 new cases reported today, the number of Arizona’s confirmed novel coronavirus cases topped 596,000 as of Friday, Jan 8, according to … Continue reading
Ten years since the shooting that nearly took her life, former Rep. Gabby Giffords and her husband, newly elected senator Mark Kelly, sat down with … Continue reading
Southern Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva (D-AZ03) has joined the call for President Donald Trump’s removal from office with just weeks to go before President-Elect Joe … Continue reading
Southern Arizona Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick (AZ-02) is among the members of Congress calling for President Donald Trump’s immediate removal from office following his incitement of … Continue reading
Several Tucson-based bars and restaurants have filed litigation against Pima County in attempts to overturn its mandatory 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew they say … Continue reading
As the House of Representatives was doing a ceremonial counting of the Electoral College votes Wednesday to award the White House to President-elect Joe Biden, … Continue reading
Arizona is experiencing the highest rate of new COVID-19 cases throughout the nation as of Jan. 4, according to data from the CDC. In the … Continue reading
I’ve always seen the New Year as an opportunity for hope, aspiration, and excitement, but 2021 includes a difficult milestone. Jan. 8 will mark 10 … Continue reading
This week, on the 10th anniversary of Tucson’s mass shooting, Pima County will dedicate a memorial for the victims of that terrible day. In just … Continue reading
Arizonans past the age of 21 now have the right grow their own, but cannabis experts are skeptical there will be a sudden rush of … Continue reading
Here’s a daily map of coronavirus cases in Arizona, broken down by county.
Hotel McCoy, Tucson’s own “art hotel,” is continuing its goal of supporting local creators with the announcement of Barrio Books — a brick and mortar … Continue reading
PHOENIX – Arizona State swim coach Bob Bowman has faced many challenges throughout a nearly 35-year-long coaching career, a portion of it guiding Michael Phelps, the … Continue reading