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About: tucson, arizona

Located 118 miles southeast of Phoenix and 60 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border, Tucson is sometimes referred to as "The Old Pueblo." Much of Tucson's economic development has been centered on the development of the University of Arizona, which is currently the second largest employer in the city. Tucson was probably first visited by Paleo-Indians, known to have been in southern Arizona by about 12,000 years ago.

Population: 541811
Local Newspapers: Arizona Daily Star
Local Sports Teams: Tucson Sidewinders (Triple A Baseball) UA (Wildcats)
Local Colleges: University of Arizona

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Three Great Things to Do in Tucson Today: Monday, Oct. 15

Public Evening Astronomy Lecture Series. EDEN: A Search for Habitable Worlds within the Solar Neighborhood is providing visitors with free admission and free use of the telescope.

Salute to America - Healing Arizona Veterans Fundraiser

Hosted at the Gaslight Music Hall in Oro Valley, a "musical salute to freedom and liberty will be dedicated to those who have defended it" will start at 2pm on Oct. 14, 2018. Performers will include the Manhattan Dolls, Robert Shaw and "Tucson music legend" Armen Dirtadian and a world class band singing renditions of "God Bless America," "America The Beautiful," and "You're a Grand Old Flag."

The Faces of Tucson Meet Yourself

The Faces of the Festival segment of Tucson Meet Yourself documents the diversity of faces, ages and cultures that come together annually for the festival. Among the faces are a Buddhist monk, Latino musician, Native American pageant winner, and perhaps even you.

Meet the Gila Topminnow at TMY

Oh you haven't seen the cute little fish swimming around the Santa Cruz lately? No problem, come meet our rebounding native species for yourself at the Tucson Meet Yourself! According to Pima County website , the Gila Topminnow will be at the Pima County Library in the Regional Flood Display Friday and Saturday, Oct. 12-13. The Board of Supervisors proclaimed the Month of October as "Return of the Gila Topminnow Month".

Discover Something New About Tucson at TENWEST

Local First Arizona and many community partners are launching a new signature event to connect community members of all ages to learn how to engage in localism through micro-workshops focused on topics related to sustainability, technology, and more. Discover Local, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14, will be the kick-off event of the TENWEST Festival for 2018.

Zona Politics: Pima County Road Bonds, City of Tucson Park Bonds and Literacy Connects

On this edition of Zona Politics: Crystal Kasnoff of the Just Fix The Roads Committee stops by to explain why voters should support Pima County's Prop 463, which would generate $430 million to fix Pima County's troubled roads; Bruce Burke of the Yes on 407 campaign, which would generate $225 million to improve Tucson parks; and Susan Friese of Literacy Connects, who talks about the nonprofit's efforts to improve literacy in Arizona. A correction: Friese misspoke when she mentions on the show that 500,000 Pima County residents struggle with reading; that's actually a statewide number.

Cyclists, neighbors share concerns after deadly - A' Mountain crash

A 20-year-old driver is facing several felony charges, including second degree murder, after a deadly drive down 'A' Mountain Thursday morning. According to Tucson police, Yanibra Moreno was intoxicated when she drove the wrong way down the mountain, on the one-way road, and hit 73-year-old cyclist Rick Ellwanger.

State Parks under investigation again as employee turnover continues

State HR agency launches yet another investigation of employee issues at state Parks; may soon release summer inquiry of embattled Director Sue Black. State Parks under investigation again as employee turnover continues State HR agency launches yet another investigation of employee issues at state Parks; may soon release summer inquiry of embattled Director Sue Black.


CD2 DEBATE & VOTER ROUNDTABLE: Christopher Conover hosts Arizona 360 this week and presents highlights from the Second Congressional District debate between Ann Kirkpatrick and Lea Marquez Peterson , along with a roundtable discussion with CD2 voters who attended the event. DEBATE FACT CHECK: Christopher Conover fact checks claims made by the candidates at the Second Congressional District debate.

Quick Bites

Fall Break! Family Funday at the Farmers Market. The Heirloom Farmers Market is going to Trail Dust Town and wants families to come enjoy the fall weather while also being treated to fun features.


More than an entrepreneurial showcase, TENWEST Festival will show you the ins and outs of Tucson's growing arts, culture and technology scenes. Just like Tucson itself, the upcoming TENWEST Festival is both expanding and thriving.

Felony Forfeit

Manny Mejias, the re-entry coordinator for the Pima County Cirminal Justice Reform Unit and a former felon: "The right to vote gives me a voice." Manny Mejias doesn't feel like a full citizen.

CROP Hunger Walks encourage neighbors to walk together and fight hunger locally, worldwide

This year's CROP Hunger Walk in Tucson will begin Sunday, Oct. 28 with registration at 1:30 p.m. and the walk starting at 2 p.m. at First Methodist Church at Park Avenue & 4th Street. Free parking will be available in the UA Tyndall Garage at 4th Street and Tyndall.

Cold-Blooded Killing

Bradley Alan Schwartz and Ronald Bruce Bigger were both convicted of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and Bigger was convicted of first-degree murder in the death of Dr. Brian Stidham. Schwartz was sentenced to life with parole possible after 25 years and Bigger was sentenced to life with no parole possible.

Five Great Things to Do in Tucson Today: Thursday, Oct. 11

Death By Design. Roberto Guajardo, the director of this play put on by Live Theatre Workshop, says, "While you may not literally die laughing at 'Death by Design,' you are guaranteed to chuckle, chortle and guffaw at this comedy/murder mystery."

Former consultant says he paid Ayton's family

DECEMBER 21: Deandre Ayton #13 of the Arizona Wildcats during the second half of the college basketball game against the Connecticut Huskies at McKale Center on December 21, 2017 in Tucson, Arizona. The Wildcats defeated the Huskies 73-58.

Pima County deputy shoots woman after man stabbed outside Tucson Burger King

Pima County deputy shoots woman after man stabbed outside Tucson Burger King Woman was seen fighting with man who had been stabbed, officials say Check out this story on Readers can send news tips to via the newspaper's social media channels, email or by calling the office. A Pima County deputy shot a 19-year-old woman suspected of attacking a 19-year-old man Wednesday morning outside a Burger King in Tucson, authorities said.

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