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Photos: Historic Pima County Courthouse reopens after 6 years of renovation

After a six-year closure for renovations, the Historic Pima County Courthouse was reopened during a ceremony Tuesday morning. The event also marked the public opening of "The Embrace," Tucson's memorial marking the Jan. 8th shootings, which sits just to the west.... Read more»

The way we were

Before joining Congress, Mo Udall was elected Pima County official

U.S. Rep. Morris K. Udall, Democrat of Arizona who served from 1961 to 1991, is regarded as one of the most effective legislators of the 20th century, most notably for his role in shaping environmental and land-use policy.... Read more»1

Photos: Inside the historic Pima County Courthouse

From peering behind locked doors in the basement to the inside of the iconic tiled mosaic dome, here's a peek at the now mostly deserted old Pima County Courthouse. Designed by architect Roy Place, the 1929 building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.... Read more»1

Public Enemy No. 1 still lurks at Hotel Congress during Dillinger Days

The 1934 capture of outlaw John Dillinger following a fire at Hotel Congress is highlighted every year by the downtown hotel and club. This year's reenactment takes place Saturday, with a speakeasy fundraiser for the Greater Tucson Fire Foundation on Friday night.... Read more»

Dillinger Days ends with 'hootenany' at Hotel Congress

Hotel Congress took a step back in time to celebrate Dillinger Days, an annual tradition marking the 1934 fire at the hotel that sparked the events leading to the capture of America's Public Enemy No. 1, John Dillinger, and his gang in Tucson.... Read more»

Dillinger Days celebrate capture of Public Enemy No. 1

In 1934, John Dillinger was captured by Tucson police after fleeing a fire at Hotel Congress. The hotel will celebrate the anniversary with a speakeasy soirée Friday and re-enactments Saturday.... Read more»