The Autism Society of Southern Arizona will host the 14th Annual Autism Walk & Resource Fair on Saturday, April 4, in Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium at Kino Park Sports Complex, 2500 E. Ajo Way, Tucson, Arizona. Registration is at 7:30 a.m. and the Walk and Resource Fair is from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
February is suddenly upon us, and that means heart-shaped boxes filled with chocolates and candy will be arriving on Valentine’s Day. However, there’s another special occasion to celebrate in February: National Children’s Dental Health Month. The annual occurrence, sponsored by the American …
Courts and Crime
- DNA results lead to arrest of man on child sex charges
- Cochise County camera program extending across region
- Bisbee Design Review Board member Sky pleads no contest in assault case
- Mexican drug smugglers continue recruiting Arizona youth
- Tombstone city attorney pleads guilty to domestic violence charges
- Army asks CBD to negotiate differences, avoid lawsuit
- Tombstone's 139-year-old charter helps in dismissal of complaint about city attorney's jurisdiction to prosecute criminal cases
- Abuse, death of Douglas toddler deemed complex case by judge
- Accused killer's former attorney orders mental evaluation; trial delayed again
- Sheriff's Office seeks accused child molester wanted since 2017
- Saga against contractor's house on Laundry Hill continues
- Former doctor sentenced for plan to murder woman who also belonged to his racketeering enterprise
- Woman charged with motorist death released pending trial
- Former jail chaplain Packer sentenced to 15 years in prison for sexually assaulting inmates
- Douglas man now facing murder charge in death of 2-year-old
- Toxicology test still pending in reckless manslaughter crash case
- Woman found guilty on 2 charges in drug organization trial
- Trial begins in drug-trafficking organization case
- Driver faces prison for rollover crash that injured toddler, veteran deputy
- Task force makes 5 DUI arrests in New Year’s Eve detail
This week the market weather forecast calls for a balmy day with lots of sunshine. If you need a few minutes to stretch your legs in the middle of the week, come-on out and grab a bite for lunch at one of our food vendors. Our new location in the Veteran’s Memorial Park provides plenty of ac…
We hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday and you managed to keep dry. It has rained for the past two Thursdays and I’m happy to say that the National Weather Service does not forecast any rain for this Thursday’s market. In fact, they say it’s supposed to be “mostly sunny.” That …
The right telescope might be the spark for a lifelong appreciation of the night sky, maybe even the inspiration for a career in STEM. The wrong telescope can just as likely extinguish that spark. Here are a few things to consider before buying that special gift for your budding astronomer th…
BISBEE — It was a beautiful ceremony Monday — Veterans Day — attended by many Bisbee residents and veterans who were honored by Bisbee Eagle Scout David Donahue with a new memorial wall with room to hold the names of 900 men and women who went to Bisbee High School and went on to serve in th…
If you are still trying to hang onto a bit of Arizona summer you might try some fresh mint to add to your ice tea or lemonade. For only one more week Michael Burgess with Just-a-Pinch will have eleven varieties of mint for you to choose from. Michael also has fresh thyme, sage and chives for…
Come by for Food Truck Friday starting at 10 a.m. The Icee Queen's frozen treats come in many natural flavors, including cherry and mango. Combine the two and get a flavor party called the Chango!
October is National Depression Awareness and Education month, and according to the National Institute of Mental Health’s (NIMH) website, depression is one of the most common mental illnesses affecting people across the world.
Come by for Food Truck Friday starting at 10 a.m. The Icee Queen’s frozen treats come in many natural flavors, including cherry and mango. Combine the two and get a flavor party called the Chango!
During the early morning hours of Sept. 11, members of the Sierra Vista Police Officers’ Association (SVPOA), along with their family members, participated in the 2019 9/11 Tower Challenge. The event runs simultaneously in Tucson, Phoenix and Flagstaff. The 9/11 Tower Challenge honors those …
Twelve weight loss members from local AZ 0215 attended a rally at the TMAC, Fort Huachuca, Saturday, Sept. 29. They heard excellent and informative presentations from Arizona State Royalty — AZ Queen Karen Evans, AZ 0216, Phoenix, and AZ King Runner-up Chris Kanios, AZ 0113, Tempe — pertaini…
Food Truck Friday starts at 10 a.m. this Friday, Oct. 4. What flavor of gelato or Italian ice will you get? Come by and check out the selection from Icee Queen!
A less than three mile walk this weekend can help raise awareness and funding for Alzheimer’s, a disease that affects 5.8 million people, according to the Alzheimer’s Association’s Facts and Figures report.