New director Greg McKay puts end to investigations section.
Arizona House OKs bill, which is backed by Circle K.
Lawmakers clarify animal abuse rules; and other legislative action.
Ban ticket quotas just one step away from adoption
Maria Hawke lied about her educational background, according to an investigation report.
After 15 years, La Pilita is no more; exhibits given to others.
Tucson is making incremental progress, but we need to move faster.
Legislation could eventually aid funding for Visit Tucson and Tucson International expansion.
Exam will be requirement for Class of 2017.
Proposed map has three lanes of future traffic driving through a restaurant.
Senate kills bill that would have let schools develop their own standards.
New revenue sources hard to find, harder to sell to elected leaders.
Selling idea to voters could be a struggle, especially in smaller towns.
Plans to widen stretches of I-10 to six lanes pushed back.
House Speaker David Gowan hails from Sierra Vista; first Southern Arizonan in that role since 1988
Town needs it to pay for, renovate El Conquistador Country Club.
Appeal to deny licenses for DACA participants doesn't specify grounds.
Three years after voter rejection, business interests are ready to try again.
TUSD announces it has canceled the tests. It's unclear what might replace them.
The committee also approved another measure that could undermine future statewide assessments.
Tucson Unified School District would take estimated hit of $3.1 million.
Bill prohibiting abortion coverage in Affordable Care Act insurance plans advances.
Class of 2016 the last required to get passing grades to graduate.
December injunction blocked city from interfering with dwellers' free-speech rights.
Local governments' lures worth more than $1.5 million in first year.
Legislation does not require or prohibit use of body cams by police.
“Just keep pavin’,” mayor tells city's transportation director.
Arizona Legislature moves ahead on laws for animal abuse, police officer disability, high interest loans vehicle brake lights.
Two of three lanes for southbound motorists are closed till 2 p.m. Thursday.
State House will consider a new high-interest, high-risk loan proposal.
She's not as out there as governor's camp wants us to believe.
Smoking employees will be required to attend a cessation program.
Desert garden will offer "quiet contemplation for people who are grieving."
PHOENIX — The state’s schools chief has backed down, at least for now, in her battle over who gets to hire and fire the staff of the Board of …
McSally, in Tucson, says proclamation helps "address this scourge."
Lawmakers consider minimizing the penalty for driving 10 mph over the limit.
Former governor seeks to deny access to those suing over SB 1070.
Employees escape surcharge by attending a mandatory smoking-cessation program.
The Arizona House Elections Committee voted make primary election date three weeks earlier.
Signs seem strange, but a logic behind the madness.
Two supervisors say the policy looks like discrimination.
State education board orders school superintendent Diane Douglas to end a lockout of its staff.
City plans to appeal ruling that lets homeless stay.
New law would prohibit cities from telling police how many tickets to write, and other legislative actions.
PHOENIX — Saying people have "a God-given right'' to defend themselves, a House panel voted Thursday to let people with concealed weapons perm…
Group split 8-7 to support ward-only elections of City Council members
Feces, unleashed dogs among problems. Police to accompany clean-up crews.
Some question legality of Arizona superintendent's housecleaning.
Nearly 17,000 kids are in state's care.
To critics, Arizona measure makes it look like there's something to hide.