Group prepares for whatever disaster may come their way.
Families thankful for place that can care for their children.
Son put in foster care after calling 911, saying his dad had gone too far.
Home-repair program highlights lack of ethics rules
Staff knew boy had history of sexual issues, her mother says.
Crops, cattle, jobs all at risk after mining accident in northern Mexico.
She speaks out after instigating largest false-claims settlement in Arizona history.
State decision prevents families from learning what happened inside assisted-living homes.
Architecture instructor is reprimanded. Campus officials don't want to talk about it.
But Pima County medical examiner is still busy trying to identify remains.
Deluge of political ads driving you batty? Sorry, no relief in sight.
A 2015 mission will add to enthusiasm for the recently demoted "dwarf."
Vicente Sanz helps the residents of Nogales, Sonora, deal with severe weather.
Tucson hospitals lacked specialized pediatric care to treat daughter's rare brain condition.
The 'no-knock' tactics can be dangerous and frightening to homes' occupants.
Best-selling authors' cover band will perform at Tucson Festival of Books.
As each new terrorist threat arises — Hamas, al-Qaida, al-Shabab — the alarm is raised again.
Database lets you search vaccination rates for your child's preschool.
Former chancellor is either overly confident or delusional, columnist says.
Company is paying far less in property taxes than in the past.
Mexican youth, unlike Central Americans, don't look for the Border Patrol.
Armored trucks, M16s and night-vision goggles among military gear for Pima County agencies.
Some Central American women are allowed to join family in the U.S.
Critics say any mitigation deal could help the mine win approval.
Reservoir that supplies Western drinking water is at record low level.
First her dad left Guatemala, then her brother. Now it's Karen Soto's turn.
Another Southern Arizona mobile home park sells run-down trailers it doesn't own.
Arizona will be hit harder than most states, a new report says.
Should Tucson have its name attached a water-line insurance offer?
Enforcers care only about "what your yard looks like," says one frustrated tenant.