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Located 118 miles southeast of Phoenix and 60 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border, Tucson is sometimes referred to as "The Old Pueblo." Much of Tucson's economic development has been centered on the development of the University of Arizona, which is currently the second largest employer in the city. Tucson was probably first visited by Paleo-Indians, known to have been in southern Arizona by about 12,000 years ago.
Local Newspapers: Arizona Daily Star
Local Sports Teams: Tucson Sidewinders (Triple A Baseball) UA (Wildcats)
Local Colleges: University of Arizona
Zip Codes associated with tucson, arizona:
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Towns/Cities near tucson, arizona : Casas Adobes Catalina Foothills Oro Valley Green Valley Drexel Heights Vail
Former football star dies before moving into dream house
Stephen Berg, once Tucson's top football prospect at Canyon Del Oro High School and an ASU offensive lineman, was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2013 while he sought treatment for a blown-out knee. Once thought beaten, he moved back to Tucson in 2017 and purchased a "fixer upper" home for his family of six that was in need of a complete remodel.Arizona Supreme Court to hear appeal from Tucson mom who imprisoned kids
Sophia Richter testifies on the stand during the trial for her and Fernando Richter at Pima County Superior Court, 110 W. Congress St., in Tucson, Ariz. The pair are accused of imprisoning their three daughters in the girls' bedrooms for two years.US agent on trial in cross-border killing of Mexican teen
FILE - This April 2, 2017 file photo made with a drone, shows the U.S. Mexico border fence as it cuts through the two downtowns of Nogales, Ariz. A U.S. border patrol agent is going on trial for second-degree murder in U... .Arizona students plan March For Our Lives walkouts on Wednesday
Arizona students plan March For Our Lives walkouts on Wednesday Walkouts a shot of solidarity with Florida shooting victims, calls for gun safety. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2Gocrk9 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School seniors Simon Hoo and Julia Bishop share their struggle with the loss of friends in the shooting and how they're rebuilding together as a "family."AZ Parks & Trails receives funding to restore Mountain View Officers' Club
Arizona State Parks and Trails has received $500,000 in capital grant funding from the National Park Service's African-American Civil Rights Fund to rehabilitate the Mountain View Officers' Club at Fort Huachuca.Arizona teachers already can carry guns in school - with...
Arizona teachers already can carry guns in school - with permission - state superintendent says The state's school boards association says her staff has interpreted the law too broadly. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2paVUHX Alan Korwin, a gun law expert and author of "Arizona Gun Owner's Guide," discusses Arizona's gun laws.The Numbers Game In TUSD's State Audit
It all comes down to numbers, but the most important numbers in the state audit of Tucson Unified School District revolve around its shrinking enrollment. If the district's student enrollment numbers stabilize-or, better, increase-the problems with spending, which are significant but not major, can be eased without great difficulty.Community members, alumni voice support for Pima football program
TUCSON, AZ - Pima Community College football may be ending, but some community members and alumni are hoping this is actually the beginning of a prosperous program. A public forum about Aztec football was held at the PCC Administrative Offices in Tucson Monday, March 13. A conference room was filled with alumni, supporters, board members and city council members alike.Barrio Viejo/Barrio Historico in Tucson face some development challenges
TUCSON, AZ - Tucson is facing some development decisions on whether its historic barrios remain true to form. Since the Civil War and before, the barrio architecture was mud built adobe and most of the homes and warehouses in the barrios remain true to that.Casa Grande Agents arrest Sureno Gang member
CASA GRANDE, AZ - Casa Grande Station Border Patrol agents arrested a previously deported Sureno gang member Saturday night, March 10 near Vamori, Arizona. Agents patrolling south of Sells encountered and arrested three Guatemalan nationals illegally present in the United States.Scam Alert: What scams are so popular in Az and the U.S.
TUCSON, AZ - You're not alone if you fell for a scam in the last year. Thousands of people filed complaints in Arizona, according to numbers from the Arizona Attorney General's Office and the Better Business Bureau.Tucson Teens March for their Lives
Mark Kelly talks to students at Tucson High, during a press conference about March for Our Lives: "The people we elect to office, they're gonna care about you showing up here and marching in the streets of Tucson...but what they're gonna care about as much is what all of you do on the day after this march, the week after this march, the month after." The group of teens gathered in a science class room at Tucson High are not there to talk biology.ICE Detained an Outspoken Activist, and I'm Worried About What It Means
In this op-ed, writer and activist Danielle Campoamor reacts to the news that fellow activist Alejandra Pablos was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement on March 7. She shares reactions from other activists in the reproductive rights community. and now includes outspoken reproductive rights and immigration activist Alejandra Pablos.Passover around Tucson 2018
Learn about the symbols we use to tell the Passover story and make your own Seder plate. We provide all of the materials you need.Nevada man arrested in Arizona with 5 assault rifles in car
TUCSON, Ariz. - Arizona authorities have arrested a Nevada man who was found with five AK-47 assault rifles in his rented vehicle.Prom-O-Rama helps beat the high cost of gowns
TUCSON, AZ - Prom season is here... and the right outfit can make the evening. That includes the right gown -- but not everybody can afford it.Tucson-area high-school student arrested after reports of shooting threat
Pima County sheriff's deputies heightened campus security. Officials said they arrested the student who made the threat as an excuse to skip school.TPD: Murder suspect turns self in at border
A man suspected of killing his girlfriend turned himself in at the U.S. - Mexico border Saturday morning, according to a release from Tucson Police Department. The agency stated that detectives had a felony arrest warrant for Jose Islas-Garcia after they found his girlfriend, 18-year-old Yocelyn Ozuna Ortega, shot dead at their home on Thursday, March 8. The couple had a history of domestic violence, according to the release.Lack of cooperation cited as reason DA agreed to probation in sexual abuse case
A man who had pleaded no contest to a charge of corrupting the morals of a minor has been placed on four years' probation. Peter N. Psarkis Jr., 28, of Tucson, Ariz., had been charged with sexually abusing a then 14-year-old girl in Union County in March 2014.Local rum wins national 'Best in Show' award
ELGIN, AZ - For all of the rum fans out there, Arizona might be the best place to be. Arizona Craft Beverage's Elgin Distillery, located only an hour from Tucson, took home the Best in Show and and Best in Class awards for their Regalo de Vida Rum at the fifth annual Judging of Craft Spirits by the American Craft Spirits Association.
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