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Officials Gather to Raise Domestic-Violence Awareness

Emerge Center Against Domestic Violence brought together public safety, elected officials to 'Paint Pima Purple.'

Diocese of Tucson Introduces New Bishop

Edward Joseph Weisenburger comes to Tucson after serving as Bishop of Salina, Kansas.

National Public Lands Day Brings Chance to Enjoy the Outdoors, Give Back

Federal land managers are looking for volunteers to help with restoration and improvement projects near Tucson.

Street Fair Brings Visitors, Closes Streets in Midtown This Weekend

Event draws nearly 300,000 people to the shopping district twice each year.

Wildcat Fever: Police Want Revelry, Not Rowdiness

Tournament game aftermaths have brought rioting, destruction in the past.

Dillinger Days Will Close Roads in Downtown Tucson

The event commemorates the capture of the notorious bank robber in Tucson.

Street Fair Taking Over Fourth Avenue This Weekend

The semi-annual event brings visitors, money and traffic to central Tucson.

Thousands of Cyclists Will Hit the Road Saturday For El Tour

The race brings thousands of riders, millions in economic impact each year.

'Bear Down' and Outlaw Baseball

The young man who coined UA motto spent summer before he died playing outlaw baseball in Douglas.

Sixth Annual Mexican Baseball Fiesta Gets Underway Thursday

Event strives to re-create in Tucson the environment of Mexico's top league.

Mexican League Spring Training Starts Monday in Tucson

3 teams will hold practices for two weeks; 5 will take part in Mexican Baseball Fiesta.

Jerome: From Mining Boom Town to Artist Haven

The town, which once housed 1000s of minors, now welcomes 1000s of tourists each day.

New Citizens To Be Sworn In on Independence Day in Tucson

20 take oath of citizenship at Saguaro National Park on national holiday.

Tucson Celebrates Cesar Chavez Day of Service

City, county government offices closed in honor of farm labor leader.

Colossal Cave Mountain Park Gets Makeover, Reopens

New management takes over after 90 day closure to upgrade, clean.

Cuba as a Classroom

Annual summer trips educate University of Arizona students about the culture, politics and daily life of an isolated island nation.

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