Scientists using images from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have estimated that the planet is bombarded by more than 200 small asteroids or bits of comets per year forming craters at least 12.8 feet across.
Spring is typically the driest time of year in Arizona, and the lack of rainfall over the last two months has caused our drought to worsen.
A week or so ago, the San Francisco Chronicle was nice enough to consider Tucson a vacation destination - but unfortunately, we at Weekly World Central happen to lack subscriptions to the Chron, making it difficult for us to access their paywall-locked content.
I've gotten to know a few meal worms in my time-namely, the ones I used to feed to my son's lizard.
The Sunburst Project safely transports retired racing greyhounds from three Florida Panhandle dog tracks to adoption groups in non-racing states and Canada.
A 34-year-old Arizona woman who has spent more than half her life behind bars for a 1992 Tucson killing is now free.
The Fort Lowell Records 2013 Celebration starts at Borderlands Brewing Co., 119 E. Toole Ave., Friday, May 17 from 4 to 7 p.m. with DJ sets from ...music video? and Tracy Shedd as well as an acoustic set by fairweatherfriend.
The best poetry treat in town is waiting for you at 7:30 tonight-Wednesday, May 15-at Casa Libre , 228 N. Fourth Ave.
If you would like to elevate your cooked vegetables to a higher status, you can always "scallop" them.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is responding to complaints after drivers complained of oil damage during a routine road project.
"We've been seeing that this is a national trend in Arizona. Between 2007 and 2011, driving dropped by 5 percent," said Serena Unrein with Arizona Pirg.
A well known Tucson doctor investigated for serious accusations. He's even accused of possibly speeding up the death of four patients.
Emotion and opposition to Grand Canyon University moving to El Rio Golf Course and the Barrio Hollywood neighborhood is beginning to take shape.
Detectives with the Tucson Police Department have obtained an arrest warrant for a man who may be tied to a shooting death that took place at a local Walmart in early May.
According to the Tucson Police Department, Thomas Vichael Holland, 47, is wanted for four counts of armed robbery following three incidents in Tucson and one in Marana.