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Students awarded by Parks and Rec


Jean Hickman, the Tucson Clean & Beautiful Adopt a Park and Public Areas program coordinator, manages 1035 sites around Tucson.

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Transportation drives party for bus riders

A party for bus riders hosted by the Tucson Bus Riders Union took place Friday evening at Armory Park to give the public a chance to speak their minds about any positive ideas or issues with Tucson bus transportation.

Using solar power to race go-karts

High school students from across the state will be given the chance to race their hand-built solar-powered go-karts at “Racing the Sun” on Saturday.

Sigma Lambda Gamma sorority adopts Tucson park

Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. was recognized by Tucson Clean & Beautiful for adopting and dedicating time toward cleaning up the David G. Herrera and Ramon Quiroz Park at the Oury Center during a ceremony on Saturday.

Police Beat: April 15, 2015

A University of Arizona Police Department officer saw a woman being carried by two other women walking on the sidewalk on March 24 around 2:30 a.m. read more

Tucson changing culture of rape

Take Back the Night is a Tucson community event in which individuals are invited to speak out and raise public awareness of sexual assault and rape. read more

Students work to help address Tucson poverty

Tucson Field Workshop, a UA course taught by associate professor Brian Mayer, aims to collect data off low-income families in order to address and identify problems that nonprofit organizations work to fix. read more

Cheba Hut returns to campus

Cheba Hut’s closing in early December came as a shock to many who thought it appeared to be doing a lot of business. read more