Special thanks
to our supporters

  • NewsMatch
  • John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
  • Ida B. Wells
  • Facebook
  • David & Joy Schaller
  • Tucson Police Department
  • Chris Hostetter
  • Santa Cruz for Tucson
  • Peggy Hull
  • Robert Rogers
  • Barbara Gray
  • & many more!

We rely on readers like you. Join them & contribute to the Sentinel today!

Hosting provider

Proud member of

Local Independent Online News Publishers Authentically Local Local First Arizona Institute for Nonprofit News

The vast difference in cost to treat a scorpion sting in Mexico and Arizona is causing some consternation among doctors and hospitals in the state where about 11,000 people are stung by scorpions each year. Read more»

The Food and Drug Administration approved a scorpion antivenom medication that was tested at the University of Arizona and produced in Mexico to treat people stung by the insect commonly found in the desert, UA researchers announced Wednesday. Read more» 1