InSight Lands on Mars photo

Have you ever wondered whether there are quakes or temblors on Mars? What about how the planet formed?

Scientists intend to answer those questions and more. The InSight lander touched down at the end of November after a seven-month journey to the Red Planet.

According to NASA,... Read more

Music and wonderful smells fill the air, and skulls and skeletons are everywhere—some made of sugar, others made of paper-mache. And for some reason, the cemetery is aglow with families decorating with bright orange flowers and cleaning the gravesites of loved ones.

Welcome to “El Día de... Read more

sequined sparkly slippers

Photo courtesy of the FBI

It seems the Wicked Witch of the West wasn’t the only one trying to get her hands on Dorothy’s ruby slippers. The ICONIC shoes, seen in dazzling Technicolor in the 1939... Read more

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Gigantic 100-foot Gila monster found on Tucson road!

Phoenix buried in snow after week-long August blizzard!

Sometimes fake news is easy to spot because it’s so silly and unbelievable you know it’s made up. But sometimes it is not quite as easy to separate fact from fiction.... Read more

Between Flag Day and Independence Day, summer brings out a lot of patriotism and many people put the American flag out on display. You may not think much about it when you see the red, white and blue flying, but did you know that the American flag has a history dating back almost 250 years?... Read more

It's wildfire season for the Southwest, and Gov. Doug Ducey has doubled Arizona’s budget for thinning and clearing areas where too many fuels have built up. Read more

TUCSON — Beginning with the June 2018 issue, Tucson's own Reid Park Zoo will begin to bring the natural world and the important work of wildlife conservation straight to kids and families in Southern Arizona on the pages of Bear Essential News! Read more

ZipSit, an app headquartered in Scottsdale, connects babysitter and parents, the latest in a technology trend that connects strangers to make life easier. Read more

WASHINGTON - A Tucson middle-school student was one of the final competitors - and one of only a handful of girls - to make it to the last rounds of the 30th annual National Geographic Bee competition in Washington. Read more

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