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  • The people who print, package and transport newspapers at the Arizona Daily Star By Arizona Daily Star   -   May 19, 2019

    THE PEOPLE WHO PRINT, PACKAGE AND TRANSPORT NEWSPAPERS AT THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR

    These people are the physical end of newspaper production at the Arizona Daily Star. They work in the pressroom, packaging and transportation....

  • For longtime pressmen, move to print Star in Phoenix is bittersweet By Arizona Daily Star   -   May 19, 2019

    FOR LONGTIME PRESSMEN, MOVE TO PRINT STAR IN PHOENIX IS BITTERSWEET

    Many are taking a lifetime of memories with them.

  • Jack Grossi of Tucson's PDQ Records dies at 94 By Arizona Daily Star   -   May 8, 2019

    JACK GROSSI OF TUCSON'S PDQ RECORDS DIES AT 94

    At one time, PDQ had one of the largest record collections in the world.

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  • Reinvention underway in 85705 for distressed housing, burdened neighborhoods By Arizona Daily Star   -   May 5, 2019

    REINVENTION UNDERWAY IN 85705 FOR DISTRESSED HOUSING, BURDENED NEIGHBORHOODS

    "Thrive in the 05" pairs the city of Tucson and ASU to address deep social issues, Tucson House makeover and more.

  • Arizona Mushroom Society promotes interest in state's wild fungi By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 30, 2019

    ARIZONA MUSHROOM SOCIETY PROMOTES INTEREST IN STATE'S WILD FUNGI

    Several mountainous areas in state provide good habitat for edible wild mushrooms.

  • Photos: Iowa Barnstormers rally to stun Sugar Skulls at Tucson Arena By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 28, 2019

    PHOTOS: IOWA BARNSTORMERS RALLY TO STUN SUGAR SKULLS AT TUCSON ARENA

    Tucson led Iowa for most of the game, but in a series of back-and-forth lead changes in the final minutes the Barnstormers topped the...

  • Photos: FC Tucson 0, South Georgia Tormenta FC 2, USL League One By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 27, 2019

    PHOTOS: FC TUCSON 0, SOUTH GEORGIA TORMENTA FC 2, USL LEAGUE ONE

    Tormenta FC storms into Kino Sports Complex and grinds out a 2-0 win, and stirs up some trouble with an empty netter in stoppage time,...

    Sport
  • Photos: 37th annual Tucson International Mariachi Conference By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 26, 2019

    PHOTOS: 37TH ANNUAL TUCSON INTERNATIONAL MARIACHI CONFERENCE

    Some 900 students fine tune their musical skills at the International Mariachi Conference at Casino del Sol through Saturday, Tucson,...

  • Photos: RedForEd anniversary rally downtown By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 25, 2019

    PHOTOS: REDFORED ANNIVERSARY RALLY DOWNTOWN

    About 200 gathered at Congress and Grande to commemorate last year's RedForEd protests and Arizona-wide teacher walk out, Tucson, Ariz.

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  • Watch: As more families take their kids north, parts of Guatemala losing youth By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 24, 2019

    WATCH: AS MORE FAMILIES TAKE THEIR KIDS NORTH, PARTS OF GUATEMALA LOSING YOUTH

    As more and more families from Guatemala are taking their kids north to the United States, more and more classroom seats are sitting...

  • Arizona outlaws hand-held phone use while driving By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 23, 2019

    ARIZONA OUTLAWS HAND-HELD PHONE USE WHILE DRIVING

    One of the last places in the United States where drivers are free to do what they want with their cellphones is going hands-free

  • It's Weil vs. Kron - UA doctors debate issue of medical intervention, prevention By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 22, 2019

    IT'S WEIL VS. KRON - UA DOCTORS DEBATE ISSUE OF MEDICAL INTERVENTION, PREVENTION

    Tuesday event is free and open to public.

  • UA researcher: Studying how brain processes metaphors could aid efficient learning By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 21, 2019

    UA RESEARCHER: STUDYING HOW BRAIN PROCESSES METAPHORS COULD AID EFFICIENT LEARNING

    Findings could one day improve efficiency of learning.

  • A border paradox: Enforcement could be luring more migrants By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 20, 2019

    A BORDER PARADOX: ENFORCEMENT COULD BE LURING MORE MIGRANTS

    Border enforcement

  • Photos: 52nd Annual Los Dorados Orphan League Good Friday Cross Procession By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 20, 2019

    PHOTOS: 52ND ANNUAL LOS DORADOS ORPHAN LEAGUE GOOD FRIDAY CROSS PROCESSION

    A crowd of more than 100 filed up "A" Mountain in the annual ceremony marking Good Friday, Tucson, Ariz.

  • Photos: Opening day of the 2019 Pima County Fair By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 19, 2019

    PHOTOS: OPENING DAY OF THE 2019 PIMA COUNTY FAIR

    This year the fair runs through April 28th, daily at the Fairgrounds, 11300 S. Houghton Rd., Tucson Ariz.

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  • Editorial: Prize or no prize, exposing wrongs is what we in journalism do By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 16, 2019

    EDITORIAL: PRIZE OR NO PRIZE, EXPOSING WRONGS IS WHAT WE IN JOURNALISM DO

    He's no longer just a Post-Dispatch columnist but Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Tony Messenger. And his mission is our mission,...

  • Missouri courts respond to debtors prison ruling - a tale of two judges By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 16, 2019

    MISSOURI COURTS RESPOND TO DEBTORS PRISON RULING - A TALE OF TWO JUDGES

    Even with the state's top court making progress in eradicating the practice of putting people in jail because they can't afford to...

  • Who holds the key to the jailhouse doors in Missouri's debtors' prisons? By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 16, 2019

    WHO HOLDS THE KEY TO THE JAILHOUSE DOORS IN MISSOURI'S DEBTORS' PRISONS?

    In a case of civil contempt - such as when a judge jails a reporter for not revealing a source, or an attorney for failing to follow...

  • Jailed for being poor is Missouri epidemic: A series of columns from Tony Messenger By Arizona Daily Star   -   Apr 16, 2019

    JAILED FOR BEING POOR IS MISSOURI EPIDEMIC: A SERIES OF COLUMNS FROM TONY MESSENGER

    Tony Messenger has written about Missouri cases where people were charged for their time in jail or on probation, then owe more money...