Arizona History – November 28th

Saturday, November 28th

On this date in 1905, floods caused bridges to be washed out and other extensive damage at San Carlos, Florence, Maricopa, Phoenix, Globe and Dudleyville.

On this date in 1927, Tucson became the terminal of the first daily air passenger service from Los Angeles to southern Arizona.

On this date in 2012, one of two winning tickets for the Powerball jackpot of $587.5 million is sold at a convenience store in Fountain Hills.

(Photo : vintage Tucson Airport)

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