David Hunn recaps Kroenke land deal
Sixteen-month project will examine city-county services.
Army veteran Dennis Van Norman got some new clothes at a Homeless Veterans Resource Day on June 14.
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild wants to find a solution to the plight of homeless veterans in Tucson.
Although Ward 1 Councilwoman Regina Romero has dropped her plan to allow Grand Canyon University to destroy El Rio Golf Course and GCU is pursuing other sites, we expect Tucson's mayor and City Council to engage in open and honest dialogue regarding El Rio's preservation.
Two former Tucson Department of Transportation workers were sentenced Thursday to 60 days in jail and ordered to pay $5,000 in restitution each for using city equipment and materials for side jobs.
Blythe Bernhard Discusses the Bridgeton Landfill
St. Louis Fire Chief Dennis Jenkerson talks about a fatal fire April 19, 2013 in 5300 block of Theodosia Ave. Video by Joel Currier / Post-Dispatch
David Hunn Recaps the CityArchRiver Meeting
A security camera keeps watch from a building at 236 North Euclid Avenue at Maryland Plaza in the Central West End on Saturday, April 13, 2013. Photo by Christian Gooden, firstname.lastname@example.org
KTRS TV - David Hunn Discusses Arch Tax vote with McGraw Milhaven
On April 2, voters in St. Louis and St. Louis County will be asked to approve a 3/16-cent sales tax to help fund improvements to the Gateway Arch grounds. In this video, Kevin Horrigan of the Post-Dispatch, explains what you could expect to see.
KTRS TV - David Hunn Discusses Arch Tax Election with McGraw Milhaven
Community leaders are asking the city to create an office of immigration as the next step for the council's proclamation of Tucson being an "Immigrant Welcoming City."
This October 2007 file photo shows a surveillance camera mounted on a street light in Granite City. Photo by Robert Cohen, email@example.com.
The city's recent decision to simply change projections about bus ridership might balance out numbers on spreadsheets, but it ignores reality and may ultimately give the city little time to address a budget shortfall.
PHOENIX - Cities that change rules about how property can be
used can be forced to compensate the owners, the Arizona Court of
Appeals has ruled.