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Arizona Daily Star
4850 S Park Ave
Tucson, AZ 85714 Directions
Militias, pizzagate and border worries help fire a conspiracy theory bringing fringe activists to Tucson.
The well-known doughnut shop went through months of health inspection troubles in 2017, even briefly shutting down last summer after a court order
The well-known doughnut shop went through months of health inspection troubles in 2017.
They didn't win any of their demands, but they also forced a big funding increase and didn't lose on some important issues.
D-M is being studied to host F-35 Joint Strike Fighter in the future, though it's been passed over so far
Tucson News Now
7831 N Business Park Dr
Tucson, AZ 85743 Directions
The week-by-week high school football schedule for southern Arizona schools.
The high school football season begins this week with a handful of games involving teams from southern Arizona.
Thousands of college students are back in Tucson and that has businesses on University Boulevard buzzing. "This is a kickoff for us," said Brittney Gregory, the Front House Manager at Frog & Firkin.
Established agencies that serve the foster and adoption community in the Tucson area are warning families and individuals to be wary of a group that has been collecting donations.
The Marana Police Department is asking residents to stay vigilant after a string of car break-in's recently. The department is using the slogan, #LockitorLoseit, to remind residents to lock their cars doors, even if their neighborhoods are quiet and safe.
7225 Mona Lisa Rd
Tucson, AZ 85741 Directions
Our local Banner - University Medical Center and it's counterpart in Phoenix have been recognized as "Best Hospitals" by U.S. News and World Report. Banner - UMC Tucson was named number one in Tucson, number three in all of Arizona and ranked nationally in three specialties: number 36 for gynecology, 49th for pulmonology and 50th for nephrology.…
Nandi is another year older, and the Reid Park Zoo is throwing her a party!…
The Alarm performs on Wednesday, Aug. 22, at 191 Toole, 191 E. Toole Ave. Tickets are $24-$26, at rialtotheatre.com Mike Peters first hit the world music scene with his Welsh rock band The Alarm back in the early 1980s with dramatic and anthemic gritty battle songs like “68 Guns”, The Spirit of 76” “Blaze of Glory” and “The Stand.” He and his band mates from a neighborhood in the seaside resort and factory town of Rhyl Wales, bass guitarist Eddie MacDonald, drummer Nigel Twist and guitarist Dave Sharp fought hard to differentiate their sound from the sea of U2-sound-alikes of the time, and to create their own signature style. They did just that, and between 1981 and 1991 the quartet amassed 17 UK Top 50 hits and sold more than five million records, including, “Rain in the Summer Time” “Sold Me Down the River” and “Where Were You Hiding When the Storm Broke?” In their signature song “Blaze of Glory,” Peters once sang, “I’m learning how to hit back, I’m learning how to fight.” The words would echo over time in Peters’ mind and then in life. Peters could never fathom in those heady, titanic Top of the Pops days of yore, that he would face a tougher battle than that one for music supremacy, but he would end up in an epic fight for his mortality, not once, not twice, but three times. After five successful albums and 10 years together, a fissure began to split the band’s members over songwriting leadership and music direction.…
There are many differences women and men experience in the workplace, including benefits or penalties for parenthood. Research has shown that mothers are penalized in the workplace as it is assumed that they are less focused or dedicated because of their children.…
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