Fall in Tucson certainly looks different than fall in other parts of the country. We may not have lush canopies of orange and gold or true PSL-sipping weather, but we have this: Fall in Tucson means summer is over.
The first time Alexa Rodriguez walked down University Boulevard as a 12-year-old, she knew she wanted to attend the University of Arizona.
The UA's Alfie Norville Gem and Mineral Museum is set to open by fall 2020 and will be located in the historic Pima County Courthouse in downtown.
Do you know the stories behind these haunted places? Read more
What to plant in October. Read more
The second store opens in 2020. Read more
Earlier this year, Tucson baker Annie Berube traded beautiful wedding cakes for creepy confections to compete on Food Network's show "Halloween Cake-Off." Read more
Val Timin and Nelene DeGuzman want to help you brush your teeth and shave your legs more sustainably. Read more
Tucson has plenty of volunteer opportunities for teenagers that will teach them how to serve their community and the people who live here. Read more
Preventing school violence. Read more
In the last year, Grace Proebsting has interviewed candidates for Tucson's mayor, school boards, the Arizona Legislature and more. Read more
Creative Kind wants to help you DIY your wedding. Read more
The Avengers assembled in the most recent viral video by Walden Grove High School's PAC Dance Team — it was the homecoming *assembly* after all. Read more
As far as Megan Ahaszuk is concerned, kindness rocks. Read more
When Tucson teens A.J. West, Clarissa Savel and Fiona van Haren were awarded $1,000 for a video they created about urban farming, they quickly agreed on how to spend it. Read more
After 30 years, the farm announced that its pumpkin patch is permanently closed. Read more
Joe Pagac paints his most ambitious mural yet. Read more
Admire from afar. Read more
You know you’ve survived the summer when that familiar smell of roasted green chiles hits you from the supermarket parking lot. Read more
The Arizona Daily Star is conducting a survey to better understand the Latinx community's local media preferences. Read more