The number of people visiting the famed Hoover Dam is on the decline, according to a newspaper report.
Though it might seem difficult to believe, in less than 150 years, this arid area known as “The Valley of the Sun” has grown from small farming community to major metropolitan city.
Who doesn’t have a case of spring fever?
St. Patrick’s Day is upon us. That means it’s time to dye beers and rivers green.
Tucson, Arizona, has been named a City of Gastronomy in the the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Creative Cities Network.
Atlanta is the best cold destination for winter travel, according to a new study from WalletHub.
Visit Tucson has named Mary Rittmann as director of public & community relations.
The Arizona Biennial, the oldest running juried exhibition featuring exclusively Arizona artists, is set to open next month at the Tucson Museum of Art in historic downtown Tucson.
El Tiradito, a popular shrine in the Old Barrio section of Tucson, Ariz., and is said to be the only Catholic shrine in the country that is “dedicated to a sinner buried in unconsecrated ground.”
When Ernesto Miranda was arrested March 16, 1963, and charged with the rape, few, if any, could have known he would eventually be the centerpiece of a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.