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The naming of Gay Alley as a restricted district may have been premature. The city council may not have followed all the rules.

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Sale to a private buyer could take more than a year, city officials estimate.

Philadelphia became the first major American city with a soda tax on Thursday despite a multimillion-dollar campaign by the beverage industry to block it.

  • By Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

Tuesday’s financial commitment is dependent on the City Council approving the plan and the AHL agreeing to the sale of the hockey team.

Reader views on packing state supreme court, budget surplus, Broadway vote.

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  • By Patrick McNamara Arizona Daily Star

Councilwoman Regina Romero: Fiesta Grande should get permit, but city needs better controls. 

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Responses to county attorney's office statistics, FBI investigation, court nomination.

Potential for evictions after items dropped into Islamic Center.

  • By Patrick McNamara Arizona Daily Star

A general fund deficit of more than $42.2 million is expected going into next year.

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  • By Ethan Mcsweeney For the Arizona Daily Star

Cirrus Visual, a graphic design company, is moving into a former auto shop.

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  • By Ethan McSweeney For the Arizona Daily Star

Tucson voters are weeks away from deciding propositions that would change the city charter to give more power to the mayor, eliminate many civ…

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  • By Ethan McSweeney For the Arizona Daily Star

Democrat Shirley Scott, Republican Margaret Burkholder spar over issues.

Tucson voters rejected council pay raises in 2001, 2003, 2005 and 2007.

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Group received more than twice the required number of signatures.

  • Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

Caution tape now surrounds the park after the homeless were ordered out.

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The City Council approved an alignment, which launches the design phase.

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Chief Roberto Villaseñor plans to retire in December.

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Tucson and Pima County will cooperate on 2015 general election.

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A 5 percent increase in commercial fees is proposed. Residential fees won't change.

Downgrades come as Tucson prepares to issue next set of road bonds.