The newspaper is published seven days a week.
The Arizona Daily Star covers the city of Tucson and southern Arizona. The Star became the only daily newspaper in Tucson in May 2009, when long time competitor the Tucson Citizen stopped publishing in print.
Circulation estimate: 96,682 copies
The Arizona Daily Star is one of the highest circulation newspapers in the USA.
This newspaper is owned by Lee Enterprises, Inc.
|Book editor:||Inger Sandal|
|Business editor:||Norma Coile|
|Entertainment editor:||Inger Sandal|
|Sports editor:||Ryan Finley|
|Travel editor:||Inger Sandal|
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Lee Enterprises Delays Funding Pensions
-- The company, which publishes the Arizona Daily Star, announced in a memo to employees that it had "made an election permitted under Federal Law to delay funding for the plan." The United Media Guild, which represents Lee's workers, commented further on the company's decision -- which comes close on the heels of news that Lee's top...
Arizona Daily Star promoted Sarah Garrecht Gassen to editorial page editor, effective November 2011. She previously served as an editorial page writer there and also covered features, government and metro.
Posted by Mondo Times editors, Boulder Colorado USA, November 11, 2011
Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords Shot at Tucson Supermarket, Six Others Killed
-- The Arizona Daily Star reported on January 8, 2011: "U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was shot point-blank in the head on Saturday at a northwest-side grocery store, but surgeons say they are "very optimistic" about her recovery. Meanwhile, Gov. Jan Brewer's office is confirming federal Judge John Roll was among the dead. Sheriff's authorities said there were six dead,...
The present state government is taking Arizona to the abyss. Consumer
confidence at 49.1% is the lowest in history. Empty malls, vacant hotel rooms, business flight and job losses have pushed down our state to the second poorest in the union. The projected state deficit might reach $650 billion next year. Only a change of politicians can save us from a catastrophe. It is necessary to vote new people next November: We need a new...
The Arizona Daily Star, published by Lee Enterprises, had what is called a "joint operating agreement" (JOA) with the Tucson Citizen until the Gannett company stopped printing the Citizen on May 16, 2009. Under the JOA, the two newspapers shared business and production operations but maintained separate newsrooms and editorial staffs.
Posted by Eric Kallgren, Boulder, Colorado USA, May 15, 2009