Education news from Tucson-area schools.
Corrupted data led to the county reporting 60 percent voter turnout.
Vote begins the the process of stripping the land of its plat.
No decision yet on where money will come from for land.
The Board of Supervisors adopted Pima County’s 2014-15 budget Tuesday, but the county will not distribute some of the money until certain departments can justify their need for the funds.
Pima County is on the verge of acquiring a scenic 286-acre parcel in the west-side Painted Hills area that county officials have coveted for years.
The federal government plans to open a shelter in Tucson for unaccompanied migrant children crossing the border alone, but officials would have to seek zoning exemptions on the two locations being considered.
Patient and surgical volumes at the University of Arizona Medical Center’s South Campus have gone up more than 100 percent in the last eight years, according to a county memorandum.
The Rillito Park Horse Racetrack will likely have a new operator when racing resumes next year.
South Tucson’s city hall may no longer bear the name “Daniel W. Eckstrom Municipal Complex,” a name it has borne since the 1980s.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved next year’s tentative $1.18 billion budget Tuesday, funded in part by a 62-cent increase in the primary property tax rate.
What a difference a real estate bust makes.
The question isn’t whether property taxes are going up in Pima County, the question is by how much.
Pima County’s recommended budget calls for a property tax increase to make up for a loss in revenue and to expand the allocation for some departments that have overspent in the last few years.
Pima County has reached a lease agreement with a group that wants to build a multimillion-dollar auto racecourse next to the Pima County Fairgrounds.
There is an unfortunate trend that has been exploited by shock radio and political campaigns for decades: If you say it loudly enough and often enough, the lie becomes “truth.” It is an ugly, inflammatory style that leaves the voting public unsettled, angry and forced to make decisions based…
Law enforcement once again had to intervene when a District 1 resident got into a dispute with Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller, who represents the district.
The Pima County Planning and Zoning Commission decided to oppose rezoning land for 169 “luxury casitas” on undeveloped property along Sabino Canyon Road between East River and Cloud roads.
It didn't take long for Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller to voice her opposition to the $22 million bond election approved by the Board of Supervisors earlier this week for the Pima Animal Care Center.
Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller’s district has received more money for road improvements and other transportation needs than the county’s other districts have since 1997, according to documents released this week.