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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

Zip Codes associated with tucson, arizona: 85648 85701 85704 85705 85706 85708 85710 85711 85712 85713 85714 85715 85718 85719 85730 85735 85736 85737 85739 85741 85742 85743 85745 85746 85747 85748 85749 85750
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In the Flesh: Tucson's March Against White Supremacy

On Sunday, Aug. 14, approximately 2000 concerned citizens of Tucson took to the streets and sidewalks to demonstrate to the rest of the community that bigotry, hatred and violence on rise in America, enabled by the POTUS himself, is just not acceptable. Same thing happened around the country.

Liberal hero Noam Chomsky joins University of Arizona staff

In this Oct. 20, 2012, file photo. Jewish-American scholar and activist Noam Chomsky stands during a press conference to support the Gaza-bound flotilla in the port of Gaza City.

TPD Chief: Hate groups not welcome in Tucson

TUCSON, AZ - "It is a tightrope," said Chief Chris Magnus. The Tucson Police Department's leader is often publicly outspoken on political and social issues.

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The members of hardcore metal band Dead Cross hate the term "supergroup." We suspect that's 'cause of connotations linking it to bloated '80s hairballs like Asia.

The Weekly List: 20 Things To Do in Tucson In The Next 10 Days

Kitty QuinceaA era . Celebrate the senior kitty-zens of the Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter & Sanctuary, and maybe even take one home to love.

Tucson's Top 3: What you need to know to start your day

TUCSON, AZ - Good morning! We're getting your day started with top stories you may have missed, plus other headlines you need to be following today. For all your local news, watch KOLD News 13 This Morning at 6 a.m. TOP STORIES 1. AZ Supreme Court expected to rule in lawsuit over destruction of seized guns It's a battle between the City of Tucson and the state over the destruction of seized guns and the high court in the state is expected to announce their decision Thursday, Aug 17. The question behind the lawsuit filed by state Attorney General Mark Brnovich is what can the city legally do with seized and confiscated guns? A Tucson ordinance passed in 2005 allows the city to destroy seized guns.

Rodrigo Vargas Design To Reimagine Canyon Ranch Tucson Guestrooms

Canyon Ranch today announces the appointment of Rodrigo Vargas Design to spearhead the revitalization of the guest casitas at the brand"s flagship resort in Tucson. The accomplished design team will channel the calming and harmonious nature of Canyon Ranch, creating a therapeutic and immersive sanctuary for guests to enjoy in the comfort of their room by using a mix of clean lines, woven textural elements, and natural materials inspired by the surroundings of Canyon Ranch in Tucson.

Citizen scientists will take to the field for U.S. eclipse

When the moon passes directly in front of the sun on Aug. 21, casting a deep shadow across the United States, thousands of citizen scientists will be watching the eclipse while monitoring temperature changes, animal behavior and radio signals bouncing around the atmosphere. The prospect of a total solar eclipse, the first to travel coast-to-coast in this country in nearly a century, has inspired dozens of citizen science projects involving solar physics, atmosphere and biology.

CCSO searching for Douglas man wanted on a felony warrant

DOUGLAS, AZ - The Cochise County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in finding Justin Holguin. CCSO Douglas patrol district received information about possible criminal activity on July 31, 2017, at an address in the 2000 block of Primrose Street in Douglas, in which Holguin is listed as a resident.

New York Times editor testifies in Sarah Palin lawsuit

A top editor for the New York Times provided more than an hour of testimony on Wednesday, as a federal judge in Manhattan continues to weigh whether to proceed with Sarah Palin's defamation lawsuit against the newspaper. Fielding questions from attorneys representing both Palin and his paper, Times editorial page editor James Bennet detailed the writing and research behind a piece that prompted the former Republican vice presidential candidate to take legal action.

Woman facing murder charge in east-side crashes

TUCSON, AZ - The woman accused of causing a fatal crash and several hit-and-run accidents in Tucson in late July is now facing a murder charge. According to court documents, Erin Eman has bee charged with second-degree murder, driving with a suspended license, meth possession, endangerment, leaving the scene of an accident, criminal damage and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The Latest: Police: No university tie seen to fatal shooting

Tucson police say a fatal shooting of a man by a security guard occurred near a University of Arizona facility in southeast Tucson but had no apparent connection to the university. Sgt. Pete Dugan says the man shot by the guard reportedly threw a rock at the guard's car during a confrontation Tuesday evening as the guard was at an intersection near the University of Arizona Science & Technology Park.

White House memo tells GOP President's Charlottesville response 'entirely correct'

WASHINGTON, D.C. - A memo from the White House tells Republicans in Washington D.C. to say that President Trump was "entirely correct" in his response to the violent Charlottesville protests , according to a CBS News report . CBS News said it obtained a copy of the report which is titled "President's Presser."

New Guide: How to Improve Water Efficiency at Home

ASLA 2013 Professional Residential Design Honor Award. Catalina Foothills, Tucson, Arizona / D. A. Horchner / Design Workshop, Inc. This project implements the first graywater reuse system for residential application in the region.

From Isaac Asimov to Aimee Mann, 'robophobia' plagues humans

In this Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2000 file photo, visitors of the world exhibition Expo 2000 stand in front of a robot display at the "Planet of Visions" exhibit at the Expoground in Hanover, northern Germany. Use of robotics in manufacturing and other sectors is increasing in countries from the United States and China, and robots have long been embraced for a variety of uses in countries such as Japan.

DACA program marks five-year anniversary with uncertain future

TUCSON, AZ - The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which protects some from deportation, turned five years old Tuesday, Aug. 15. DACA was signed by President Obama by executive order in 2012. Under the order, under certain circumstances, people brought to the United States as children would not face deportation.

How Tucson is using parking meters to help homeless people find change

How Tucson is using parking meters to help homeless people find change Parking meters in Arizona have been repurposed to collect donations for the homeless community Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2w8rQCz Rebecca DeLauer spent time on the streets of downtown Tucson before she was found by Sister Jose Women's Center. When Rebecca DeLauer lost her job a month ago, she had nowhere to turn.

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