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Five-year-old Shepherd mix Gloria is one of the many adoptable pets at the Humane Society.

The Humane Society of Southern Arizona will be open Easter Sunday, offering pet adoptions for as low as five dollars. Read more»

A three mile walk will benefit those with mental illness in Southern Arizona as well as honor the victims of the Jan. 8 shooting. Read more»

The Southern Arizona Lupus Foundation will host a 5k walk to raise money Saturday Read more»

Clad in spandex shorts and colorful uniforms, women of all ages furiously zoom around a track on roller skates reminiscent of the 1980s. The Tucson Roller Derby league has four teams and will host the Dust Devil Tournament this weekend. Read more»

Workers unload materials on top of a new structure at 150 W. Wetmore Rd. The new building will house a Brio Tuscan Grille.

A rush of new businesses opening around the Tucson Mall is contrasted by some stores leaving the area. Read more»

Zimmerman, after attending a 2009 presidential inaugural ball.

Gabriel Zimmerman, who was killed during the Jan. 8 shooting in Tucson, will be honored by a new scholarship for Arizona State University students. Read more»

The film "Race To Nowhere," a controversial critique of America’s education system, will be shown at St. Gregory College Preparatory School on March 3 at 7 p.m. Read more»

Break out your leg warmers and feather your bangs because the UA Honors College and UA Science: Flandrau are hosting an '80s night Friday. Read more»

The American Red Cross will partner with local groups to host a blood drive Saturday at the La Toscana Village shopping center on the Northwest Side. Read more»

Tucson city offices will be closed due to furloughs and Presidents Day from Friday through Monday. County, state and federal offices will be closed Monday. Read more»

The Davidson Canyon trailhead and the Cañada del Oro River Park will be renamed to honor Jan. 8 shooting victims Gabriel Zimmerman and Christina-Taylor Green. Read more»

Over 100 people gathered in the Arizona Health Sciences Plaza at UMC on Monday to create a human chain. The celebration was held to honor humanism and compassion in medicine.

Over 100 people gathered to form a human chain at University Medical Center at noon on Valentine's Day to recognize the humanism and compassion shown by Dr. Randall Friese, who cared for Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in the emergency ward. Read more»

A mockup of the heart as it will appear from the air.

Thousands of people will gather in the shape of an enormous heart Sunday to show their support for the community in the wake of the Jan. 8 mass shooting. Read more»

A free program will help Tucson residents clean out their homes by collecting hazardous wastes Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon. Read more»


Tucson will hold on to its top football players, two of whom signed letters of intent to play at UA. Offensive lineman Jacob Arzouman from Salpointe and running back Ka'Deem Carey from Canyon del Oro will be suiting up along with twenty other new recruits. Read more»

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