Henry Brean, Arizona Daily Star

Henry Brean

Arizona Daily Star

Tucson, AZ, United States

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Recent:
  • Arizona Daily Star
Past:
  • The Buffalo News
  • Las Vegas Review-Journal

Recent articles by Henry:

Humbled pros seek redemption as monsoon prediction contest returns

The U of A's monsoon forecasting contest is back, and organizers are hoping the rain is too. → Read More

Watch Now: Wrecked truck pulled from Tucson wash

A truck swept away by floodwaters last year has been removed from the CDO wash. → Read More

Cowboy poetry world mourns loss of Bard of Benson

World famous cowboy poet and Benson resident Baxter Black has died at age 77. → Read More

New Oro Valley park gets crowd-sourced name

Oro Valley's abandoned golf course turned desert park now has a name: Vistoso Trails Nature Preserve. → Read More

UA-led space mission gets green light to visit second asteroid

The University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory will oversee both efforts → Read More

There's more to that monsoon smell than meets the nose

A new paper tries to break down the smell of summer rain in the Sonoran Desert. → Read More

Watch Now: Firefighters put out small fire at Tucson House

The Tucson Fire Department responded to a pantry fire in a top-floor apartment at Tucson House Wednesday morning. → Read More

Watch Now: The historic bells at San Xavier Mission just got a full spa treatment.

The bronze bells are still in use, so conservators cleaned and coated them to keep them ringing. → Read More

A Tucson toddler saved from drowning in 1963. A young man rescued after a crash in 1992. For the saviors and the saved, it's not borrowed time. It's everything.

A brush with death sends Tucson-area woman in search of life-changing people from her past. → Read More

Tucsonan finishes five-year quest to profile every USS Arizona casualty at Pearl Harbor

After more than five years, a retired Tucson editor has completed profiles of all 1,177 sailors and Marines who died on the USS Arizona on Dec. 7, 1941. → Read More

Get back, Jo Jo: New documentary captures moment Tucson landed in Beatles hit song

A new docu-series captures the moment "Tucson, Arizona" became part of the Beatles songbook. → Read More

9/11's shockwaves rocked Tucson, too, and reverberations continue

Here are seven stories from that indelible day and the 20 years since. → Read More

Watch Now: Fireflies in Arizona

They are rare and isolated, but there are fireflies flashing right now in Southern Arizona. → Read More

University of Arizona Debate Series to focus on fraud, voter suppression

Oct. 22 forum at the University of Arizona will cover such topics as voter suppression, fraud and gerrymandering. → Read More

Arizona Game and Fish ask Tucson social media users to help track rambling ram

A young bighorn sheep has wandered more than 100 miles around the periphery metro Tucson over the past month or so. → Read More

Worried about that huge group of tiny bugs on your wall? It's a chinch

An explosion of tiny false chinch bugs is now underway in Southern Arizona. Don't worry, though. They're harmless, and they should start to fade from view during the sustained heat → Read More

Tucson cruise ship doctor back on dry land after six weeks at sea due to COVID-19

Dr. Joseph Rizza’s ship has finally come in. → Read More

Tucson cruise ship doctor still a coronavirus castaway

The overseas odyssey continues for Dr. Joseph Rizza, Tucson’s castaway cruise ship physician. → Read More

Mark Kelly widens fundraising lead over Martha McSally in big-dollar Senate race

Democrat Mark Kelly hauled in nearly twice as much money as Republican incumbent Martha McSally did in the first quarter of the year. → Read More

Grand Canyon, other parks kept open as calls for coronavirus closure echo

Congressmen Raúl Grijalva, Ruben Gallego and Tom O'Halleran were the latest Arizona leaders to call for the iconic canyon to be shut down. → Read More