Thousands of Tucson residents and tourists enjoy walking Tumamoc Hill's paved path each year, but few are aware of the ecological and archaeological value of the site. The UA’s College of Science hopes to change that with a new mobile app.READ MORE

Have you ever made an embarrassing mistake that made you feel a little foolish? If the answer is yes, then congratulations—you’re as human as everyone else!READ MORE

The Town of Oro Valley partners with the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance (SAACA) to offer a fun, family-friendly concert series for everybody in your family! READ MORE

Arizona’s rattlesnakes welcome their offspring in July and August. While baby rattlesnakes are small, their bite is just as dangerous. (VIDEO included)READ MORE

Noam Chomsky will serve as a laureate professor in the Department of Linguistics in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.READ MORE

Here’s a secret: everyone, and I mean everyone, is returning to school with some form of anxiety!READ MORE

Treibball promotes an interactive sport that owners and fur pals can enjoy and also burn some calories. READ MORE

Drama Kids International helps kids build self-confidence through a unique curriculum that focuses on their key strengths and develops their insecurities.READ MORE

Affordable aerial drones could be making battling wildfires safer for firefighters. READ MORE

Know the signs of heat exhaustion and stroke because knowing the symptoms could save your life!  READ MORE