Possible police body camera law raises cost and privacy concerns.
Huckelberry said plan shifts costs of services to counties.
Gov. Ducey's budget spends more on incarceration than college
A Mesa lawmaker wants to link hikes in income and inflation to hold taxes down.
Move to cut spending on higher education not surprising, but definitely disappointing.
Governor scraps idea to use donations for disabled vets to fund cemeteries.
Our view: Poorest students would be hurt most by mandated budget shifts.
Cuts to universities total $75 million, including $21.6 million reduction at UA.
Proposed policy would set process for donating directly to outside groups.
New governor wants to make education a priority, put halt on jobs.
Any push to cut corporate, personal income taxes would be fiscally irresponsible.
Governing Board decides to spend $4.7 million on raises.
Forecast of a possible $15 million deficit suddenly not so dire.
Emails show TUSD finance experts' frustration over costly decisions.
Projection is "worst case scenario"; district seeks solutions.
Option, to ensure budget is based on local needs, has passed since 1982.
Tucson High's new principal served as superintendent of an Indiana school district.
An Army report shows the service plans to cut some 2,700 military and civilian jobs at the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca, cutting the number of jobs at the installation nearly in half as part of an Army-wide force restructuring.
The South Tucson City Council unanimously approved a tentative budget Monday night for the fiscal year that begins July 1. Councilmen Ildefonso Green and Oscar Patino were absent.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors will hold its hearing for the 2014-15 tentative county budget at today’s regular board meeting.