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.
A small laboratory just off North Campbell Avenue could be a key site in the fight to solve a terrifying phenomenon: the mass disappearance of…
Chris Garang dreamed for years of knowing his parents' fate.
For the first time, the state agency that operates the multibillion-dollar Central Arizona Project warns that water shortages could hit Tucson…
Estevan Torrez has a hand-lettered sign taped to the inside of his front door.
Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller labeled it a political “reprisal.”
When Ka’Deem Carey set a new Arizona Wildcats record for rushing, the running backlifted his right hand and flashed a “WC,” extending his midd…
A University of Arizona fraternity accused of drugging a film star’s drink has decided to ban booze at frat-house parties.
The romantic spots that advanced in the Candlelight Madness bracket this week have a combined history in Tucson that spans centuries.
Tucsonan Dennis Keys has faced both the ferocious severity and the casual generosity of Pima County prosecutors.
The hospital that shined so brightly during the darkness of the 2011 Tucson shootings is in a bitter professional dispute that has impaired it…