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Rodeo photographer, Western legend Louise Serpa dead at 86

From the archive: Rodeo photographer, Tucson fixture, mother and legend of the West Louise Serpa died Thursday. There are a lot of things I wish I had the chance to say to Louise before she mounted up and rode out into the ether.... Read more»6

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CD8 special election

Barber talks Social Security to seniors

Ron Barber, the Democratic candidate in the CD8 special election, spooled up his campaign on Thursday in his first stump appearance after Jesse Kelly won Tuesday night's GOP primary, talking Social Security and Medicare to a group of seniors.... Read more»3

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

Wright Flight kids open D-M air show

The Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Open House air show continues despite the wet weather.... Read more»0

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

Thunderbirds prep for D-M Open House air show

The Air Force's elite demonstration team, the Thunderbirds, took to the skies over Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in a practice run for Saturday and Sunday's events.... Read more»0

City breaks ground on Modern Streetcar

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and Mayor Jonathan Rothschild helped break ground on the Tucson Modern Streetcar on Thursday.... Read more»2

CD 8

Antenori: GOP special down to two candidates

As the CD8 special election looms, GOP candidate Frank Antenori declared that the primary field is essentially a two-man race between him and Jesse Kelly.... Read more»4

F-35 takes to skies but still on the ground

Sargent Aeropace & Defense, a Marana government contractor, showed off a low-level F-35 flight simulator on Monday morning to about 50 employees and guests.... Read more»0

CD 8

Military brass take shine to Sitton

As the CD8 GOP primary race nears Election Day, Dave Sitton addressed a room of about 30 people who would make an impressive "who's who in Tucson-area retired brass" list on Monday evening.... Read more»8

Tucson welcomes home veterans with parade

Hundreds of Tucsonans lined sidewalks downtown Saturday for the Tucson Welcomes Home Veterans Parade to show appreciation to military members who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. (with video)... Read more»0

Red light for texting while driving starts at midnight

Whether you're driving home after the bars close on Saturday night, or making your way to church the next morning, you might want to put your cell phone away. Starting at midnight, texting while driving will be illegal in Tucson.... Read more»0

Flake makes Tucson campaign swing

U.S. Senate hopeful Jeff Flake, a Republican who holds Arizona's CD6 seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, made two stump appearances in Tucson on Friday, championing his plans to repeal health care reform and secure the border.... Read more»0

Call center to bring 400 jobs to Tucson

OptumRx, a mail-order pharmacy and UnitedHealth Group subsidiary, announced on Thursday that it would open a call center near Rita Ranch that would bring 400 jobs to the area.... Read more»1

Pima Community College

Miles won't seek permanent chancellor's post at PCC

PCC interim Chancellor Suzanne Miles announced Friday that she would remain in her position until a permanent leader is hired, and volunteered to take a $91,000 pay cut. Miles won't seek the permanent position, she said.... Read more»5

Republican primary

More agreement than definition at GOP CD8 debate

Tucson radio personality Jon Justice was joking when he referred to Arizona's CD8 Republican candidates as "SittenoriMcJesse," but Thursday night's debate at Sabino High School was more of a tacit agreement session with a side of lowbrow humor than a debate.... Read more»3


Sitton unveils border security plan

Dirty bombs, narco-terrorists and heavily armed ranchers were among issues touched on by Arizona CD8 Republican candidate Dave Sitton at the unveiling of his 10-point border security plan.... Read more»4


Farley announces bid for Congress

Democratic state legislator Steve Farley announced his bid for the newly created CD2 seat this fall. He joins state Rep. Matt Heinz and state Sen. Paula Aboud in the August primary to see who will take up the mantle of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in Southeastern Arizona's new congressional district.... Read more»0

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