News Related: Best Executive Club Lounge We have reviewed hotels in Tucson, Arizona with the best club or executive lounges. Whether you are travelling as a couple, a family or as a single business traveller, by reviewing each of these club lounges, in turn, I conclude which hotel club lounge comes in at the top and which hotel you should pick for the best club lounge in Tucson, Arizona. We have also reviewed the best executive club lounges in Phoenix & Scottsdale in case you are touring Arizona. Our Travel Auctions Sort Byendingpopularlatest Wherever you decide to stay, Tucson, Arizona, or elsewhere, book your hotel via our luxury travel concierge. We offer free upgrades, free breakfasts and free perks at hotels including the Four Seasons, Park Hyatt, Ritz Carlton, InterContinental and more at no extra cost. If you want to stay in luxury in Tucson, Arizona, there aren’t many options. You might want to choose Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa, Canyon Ranch, Tucson or The … [Read more...] about Best Hotel Executive Club Lounges In Tucson, Arizona
Updated 11:47 pm CDT, Wednesday, April 17, 2019 MARANA, Ariz. (AP) — A major highway interchange project in a growth area of metro Tucson is nearing completion. The Arizona Department of Transportation this week opened ramps connecting Ina Road with Interstate 10 in Marana. The department says the new and larger interchange and related improvements will reduce congestion while improving safety by eliminating the need for drivers on Ina Road to wait for passing trains many times each day. While the ramps are open, workers must complete final elements of the project so lane restrictions are scheduled to continue for the next several weeks. Work in progress also includes widening Ina Road between I-10 and the Santa Cruz River and building a new bridge over the river. … [Read more...] about Interstate 10 interchange in metro Tucson nears completion
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – FEBRUARY 20 Visitors take photos at the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign as it snows during a winter storm on February 20, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The National Weather Service in Las Vegas issued a winter weather advisory for the area overnight. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) LOS ANGELES, CA – FEBRUARY 21: A wintry mix of precipitation falls during an unusually cold winter storm system on February 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Some parts of Los Angeles County received a brief dusting of snow during the storm. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – FEBRUARY 21: People walk in front of mountains covered in snow during a winter storm on February 21, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The rare event in Las Vegas dumped up to eight inches of snow in some parts of the city. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – FEBRUARY 21: Mountains and desert plants are covered in snow during a … [Read more...] about It snowed where? Try LA. And Vegas. And Phoenix. And Tucson.
TUCSON, Ariz. — A statue of Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa will remain in downtown Tucson despite an effort by a conservative watchdog group to remove it. Members of the Public Art and Community Design Committee last week unanimously rejected a removal request by Washington, D.C.-based Judicial Watch, the Arizona Daily Star reported Sunday. The 14-foot (4-meter) bronze statue of Pancho Villa on a horse stands in Veinte de Agosto Park. It was a gift to the state from the Mexican government and a Mexico press group. Judicial Watch claimed city records do not indicate that a public hearing was held to hear complaints about the statue before it was unveiled in 1981. Mark Spencer, the Phoenix-based coordinator of Judicial Watch's Southwest Projects, advocated for the removal, saying three Tucson residents approached him for help in voicing their complaint. Spencer said the statue "needs to go" because "Pancho Villa did great harm to people." Following the meeting, Spencer said he … [Read more...] about Tucson panel rejects request to remove Pancho Villa statue
Published 2:49 am CST, Sunday, December 16, 2018 TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — A Tucson-based nonprofit has been awarded a permit to run shuttles at a popular recreation spot in southern Arizona. The Sabino Canyon Recreation Area hasn't had shuttle service since June 30, when the previous permit expired. The Coronado National Forest sought input from the public, which wanted a competitive process, and did an environmental analysis. The forest announced Thursday that the Regional Partnering Center will run the new shuttle service. It will use gas-powered vehicles but eventually switch to an all-electric, open-air fleet. Forest spokeswoman Heidi Schewel says the nonprofit is readying its vehicles, building a ticket kiosk and working on an interpretation program. A date hasn't been set for shuttle service to resume. The recreation area in the Santa Catalina Mountains draws more than a million visitors a year. … [Read more...] about Tucson-based nonprofit to run shuttles at Sabino Canyon