Go through databases from crime maps to restaurant inspections to border deaths.
Invention has helped the Old Pueblo, but not so much its inventor.
Appraisal shows town would get a below-market price on country club.
New chairman says, 'It's the things we agree on that we need to focus on as a party.'
Developers asked for a continuance until the Jan. 6, 2015 town council meeting.
Though fewer people are playing golf, OV's plan projects a 28 percent increase.
Health inspectors find problems at Brawley’s, Thunder Canyon, May's Counter, Nox.
How many times Tucson schools were locked down in past 3 years
Only 56% of public agencies turned over expense reports within 2 week.
They include "locks, lights, out of sight" run-throughs twice a year.
Former surgery chair Gruessner files 399-page suit against University Physicians Healthcare.
Coping mechanism is almost universal in profession, psychologist says.
The land-swap's passage is "devastating," said Wendsler Nosie of the San Carlos Apache Tribe.
City wins court fight over use of StingRay and StingRay II devices.
Ratepayers will be reimbursed $11.6 million as special surcharge is reset.
El Conquistador courses have lost about $1 million a year.
The controversial bill has been tucked into a "must-pass" national defense spending bill.
Police shouldn't call in most long-term undocumented residents, Steve Kozachik says.
Only 5 percent of nearly 21,000 agents are female.
The logic is seductively simple: Cut taxes, cut spending and Arizona’s unshackled economy will take off.
Unlicensed contractor caught after two cases involving poor or incomplete work.
The 20-year-old male was found unresponsive at 8:45 a.m. on April 13. He died two days later
About 2,000 complaints have been filed with county over last three years.
College's enrollment has been in sharp decline the past three years.
With more agents, fewer crossers, agency ramps up efforts to catch scouts.
New findings contradict those of earlier survey.
The far-northeast-side tract uses triple the citywide average water use.
Household water use data is not public information in Arizona
Student achievement, new program are what matter most, not settling old scores.
However, the rate has fallen — for violence, too — since the 1990s.