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The road to A Mountain will be closed until 1 p.m. on Saturday for the Climb to Conquer Cancer event.

The road to A Mountain will be closed for part of the day Saturday for the American Cancer Society's "Climb to Conquer Cancer" event. Read more»

Adult Protective Services investigated 1,285 cases of elder abuse in Pima County in 2011.

Almost 1,300 cases of elder abuse were investigated in Pima County in 2011. More than half were cases of self-neglect. Read more»

The UA's Institute for Research on Women will help poor working moms overcome addiction with a $1.6 million grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Services Administration. Read more»

The Pima County Community Land Trust will hold a seminar on its Affordable Homeownership Program on Wednesday.

The Pima County Community Land Trust will offer prospective buyers information about its Affordable Homeownership Program at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Pima County Housing Center, 801 W. Congress. Read more»

Hungry patrons place their order at Jane's Rolling Wok at a Food Truck Roundup on Jan. 29.

Sunday’s Food Truck Roundup will bring a feeding frenzy to the Benjamin Plumbing Supply parking lot on Sixth Street and Seventh Avenue where more than 20 vendors will gather with their culinary offerings. Read more»

A photo from the top of the rock drop at the event in 2011.

The 13th annual 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo cycling event will take place President's weekend in the desert north of Ina Road. Read more»

Tucson Clean and Beautiful will collect old computers, televisions and small appliances in its first electronic recycling collection of 2012. Read more»

Events are planned throughout the weekend to celebrate Arizona's 100th birthday.

Arizona will celebrate its centennial birthday on Tuesday. Museums, musicians and artists will be showcasing their best to celebrate the state's 100th birthday. Read more»

Hank has lived with a foster family, but is ready to settle down for the long run.

Centennial club pets have been at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona for over 100 days and are looking for their "forever homes." Read more»

Sarah Griffin holds an American flag, first flown in 1912, during the opening of the centennial celebrations.

Mayor Jonathan Rothschild kicked off Tucson's centennial celebrations Friday with an early and extended 2nd Saturday in honor of Arizona's 100th birthday. Read more»

Snow the polar bear could be ready to greet the public in a matter of days.

Snow has arrived in the desert in the form of a 17-year-old, 500-pound polar bear who is the Reid Park Zoo's latest addition. Read more»

Madalaine with her mother, Dr. Karter Neal, and Petey the pooch.

When Petey the terrier first came to the Humane Society of Southern Arizona he was barely alive. Today he is thriving with the help of an 8-year-old girl also living with Type 1 diabetes. Read more»

Glow sticks light the University of Arizona mall on the one year anniversary of the Jan. 8, 2011, shootings. Victim advocates worked with shooting victims.

The Pima County Attorney is looking for volunteer advocates to aid victims of violent crime. Information sessions begin Feb. 16. Read more»

The lines only grew longer as the sun went down over the food truck roundup on Sunday. Many people waited in line for over an hour for barbecue and Korean tacos.

The aroma of fried funnel cake, smoky barbecue and roasting corn wafted through the air as hundreds of people and more than 25 trucks showed up for Tucson Food Trucks' fifth gathering on Sunday. Read more» 3

An overview of the food trucks arrayed at a Dec. 5 roundup. Sunday's roundup will gather 25 vendors from Tucson and Phoenix.

Call it a party, a picnic, or a foodie flash mob, Sunday's food truck roundup will provide nourishment for those with adventurous appetites. Read more»

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