Some former residents of the MLK building enjoy new homes; others await a return to downtown
by Dave Devine | Nov 20, 2008
History returns to the heart of Tucson.
by Dave Devine | Nov 8, 2001
As city officials look to move the Greyhound station to another 'temporary' location, plans for a permanent station appear dead
by Dave Devine | Mar 13, 2008
A home figuring in the birth of the Tucson Symphony gets a new life.
by Dave Devine | Sep 18, 2003
The physical education program at Tucson High Magnet School undergoes a healthy change.
by Dave Devine | Dec 5, 2002
An excerpt from the book, Tucson: A History of the Old Pueblo from the 1854 Gadsden Purchase
by Dave Devine | Aug 20, 2015
The city's unfair and illegal actions are violating the constitutional rights of Tucsonans
by Dave Devine | Apr 19, 2012
After achieving statehood, Arizonans gave women the right to vote—and took the right away from some Mexican Americans
by Dave Devine | Feb 16, 2012
Arizona statehood was delayed two days by train delays and superstition
by Dave Devine | Feb 9, 2012
In December 1911, Arizonans voted in an election that paved the way for statehood
by Dave Devine | Dec 8, 2011
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