Henry Brean, Arizona Daily Star

Henry Brean

Arizona Daily Star

Tucson, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Henry:

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

County reminds people to watch what they flush, even when the paper runs out

Hoarding toilet paper may not be such a victimless crime after all. → Read More

Airlines begin parking jetliners north of Tucson as virus restricts destinations, demand

Official says as many as 500 aircraft might have to be grounded "system wide" in response to the pandemic. → Read More

Saguaros stand up to be counted in latest park service census

The 2020 census is already underway in Southern Arizona, but the response so far has been dismal. The participants just stand there with their arms out, refusing to answer even → Read More

The hatch has officially closed on Tucson's hottest real estate listing

Sorry, cold warriors, the silo has sold. → Read More

Pearl Harbor anniversary to be marked with events in Tucson, Hawaii

The ship’s bell from the USS Arizona will ring across the Mall at the University of Arizona Saturday morning to mark the 78th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. → Read More

Friends remember USS Arizona survivor Lauren Bruner as he heads 'home' on Pearl Harbor Day

When University of Arizona ROTC member Scott Payne earned his commission in 2017, he knew just the man he wanted for his first salute as a naval officer. Payne called → Read More

San Xavier Mission hosts year-round milagro ritual of prayer, thanksgiving

"If you want a miracle, you pray for it. If the saint does something for you, you do something for the saint." → Read More

Road project sounds like a broken record to local music shop

Vinyl might be back, but Tucson's PDQ Records won't be. → Read More

Jurors to begin deliberating border aid volunteer Scott Warren's case today

The case against border aid worker Scott Warren will once again hinge on the difference between helping and harboring. → Read More

Not guilty: Jurors acquit border aid volunteer Scott Warren on harboring charges

Federal court jurors in Tucson found border aid volunteer Scott Warren not guilty of harboring charges after just two and a half hours of deliberation Wednesday. → Read More

Erroneous ‘19st St’ sign puts Tucson on the road to ridicule

It runs from one side of Tucson to the other, but 19th Street is at its 19thiest where it crosses a quiet stretch of South Campbell Avenue east of South → Read More

Rare mistake creates nightmare on 19st Street, but only for copy editors

It runs from one side of Tucson to the other, but 19th Street is at its 19thiest where it crosses a quiet stretch of Campbell Avenue east of Kino Parkway. → Read More

For sale by owner: gently used nuclear missile silo

Southern Arizona’s hot real estate market is about to go nuclear with a new listing near Oracle Junction. → Read More

Not ready to launch: Missile silo for sale is handyman's dream

Southern Arizona’s hot real estate market is about to go nuclear with a new listing near Oracle Junction. → Read More