Paul M. Ingram

Paul Ingram, a master’s candidate at the University of Arizona’s School of Journalism, spends much of his time focusing on science and environmental issues in the Southwest, the place he has called home since birth.

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Effort to Recall Maricopa Sheriff Falls Short

Critics of Maricopa Sheriff Joe Arpaio failed to collect enough signatures for recall effort.

A Haven, and Blue Shirts, for Immigrant Workers

A church in Tucson has remained true to its activist roots, creating social programs for immigrant workers at risk of being mistreated or arrested.

Hitting the Trail Sans Water Leads to a Great Interview

Halfway through the hike, after talking to a hiker who sipped from a water reservoir on his back, I realized my mistake. My water bottles were sitting on the roof of my car. As a native of Tucson, I should have known better.

Men Charged in Saguaro Park Vandalism

Two separate acts of vandalism in the past month in Saguaro National Park’s Rincon Mountain District resulted in saguaros that had been spray-painted and a barrel cactus that was hacked in half.

The Big Picture

Art collectives regularly adorn their buildings with chaotic, vibrant imagery, but so do many businesses in the area, giving Tucson’s downtown and arts district a distinct feel.

Judge Finds Latinos’ Rights Violated by Sheriff in Arizona

A federal judge found that deputies of Joe Arpaio, the sheriff of Maricopa County, used race or Latino ancestry as a factor to stop vehicles.

Joe Fitzgerald

Joesph Fitzgerald, a junior at San Francisco State University, sees journalism as a calling and a necessary service.

Midtown Raid Involves More Than 50 Officers

More than 50 officers from agencies across Pima County and more than 30 vehicles, including an armored car, swooped into a former auto wrecking yard during an FBI-led raid in the Julia Keen section of Tucson on Thursday morning. Authorities would not say if any arrests were made.