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An artist's rendering of a revamped Corbett Building, which is one of several project approved by the board of the Rio Nuevo Multipurpose Facilities District.

During this week's Rio Nuevo Board of Directors meeting, a slate of projects won unanimous approval, including a proposed $180 million hotel. Read more»

A stilt-walker stands near a fire at the end of the All Souls Procession.

Tens of thousands of Tucsonans filled the streets Downtown on Sunday night to mark the annual All Souls Procession, remembering loved ones who have died. Read more»

City crews will restripe markings on Toole Avenue on Friday, turning a half-block stretch of the Downtown roadway into a one-way street, just west of the 4th Avenue underpass. The southbound lane of the underpass will again be closed over the weekend. Read more» 3

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»

The left curb lane at Congress and Scott will be closed daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. as crews prepare utilities for the Modern Streetcar Project. Read more» 1

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We've got a newsmaker interview with Downtown Tucson advocate Fletcher McCusker, Chairman and CEO of Providence Service Corporation. Read more»

Tucson Terrorfest, a horror film festival, begins Thursday and continues through the weekend with six independent horror films. Read more»

David J. Mitchell

A 50-year-old Sahuarita man was arrested Wednesday night in connection with a suspicious box truck parked outside of a federal courthouse in Tucson that caused a portion of downtown to be closed to traffic. Read more» 3

A section of downtown was closed to traffic Wednesday afternoon following reports of a suspicious box truck in the area of Broadway Boulevard and Scott Avenue, a Tucson Police Department spokeswoman said. Read more»

The newly renovated Roy Place Building, home to UA Downtown.

UA Downtown will unveil the newly renovated Roy Place Building on Saturday that will be used for urban design research for the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Read more»

Neutropolis, 2020

Tucson was envisioned as a post-apocalyptic, bombed-out wreck of city in the "Dollhouse" series finale on Friday. Read more» 1