Go through databases from crime maps to restaurant inspections to border deaths.
County officials now discourage filing claims with the Board of Supervisors.
Beautiful lands are for sale everywhere — will they be preserved or developed?
Here's what Tucson consumers need to know.
They rank near the bottom in base salary but find money elsewhere.
Judge's ruling raises possibility bill could reach whopping $2.9 billion.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry filed the complaint.
A consulate staffer will visit Tucson next week to check out sites.
The county has developed a timeline for the $7.3$7.3 million project
Last month's incident needs to be investigated and consequences given.
Successful missile defense test means program lives another day.
They'll be partially reimbursed for lost deposits, new owner says.
Foster children more likely than nonfoster kids to be prescribed psychotropics.
State will only release data if the Star pays $175 per hour commercial fee
Restoring childless adults to AHCCCS appears to be a boost for hospitals.
Tucson car dealer Jim Click is a major backer of Republican Doug Ducey's campaign for governor
Chancellor driving change in ‘abusive culture,’ seeks to upgrade staff and programs.
Neighborhood critics still oppose basing louder planes in Tucson.
Top aide taps two attorneys who have donated to Horne.
Most say they like their job, but ding the college for employee retention.
The Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control fined a liquor store in Barrio Hollywood $1,000 for selling alcohol to underage customers.
Idea comes from board President Adelita Grijalva.
They continue to pour into Tucson's Greyhound station.
Deal to acquire two Tucson hospitals, more, is subject to regents' approval.
Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal was caught making controversial anonymous comments.
The no-fault caveat is included in center's agreement to pay $2,000.
Prosecutors clear police officers in shooting.
A study shows city courthouse might require more work than is justified.
Enforcers care only about "what your yard looks like," says one frustrated tenant.
Water companies may sometimes charge customers more without formal rate cases.