New policy gives town manager power to hire and fire police chief.
Agents found cash hidden under the car's rear seats and in the trunk.
Whistleblower who notified government will get nearly $6 million.
Pilot projects in 25 polling places aim to improve voting process.
Audiotape might have helped Tucsonan's defense, state Supreme Court says.
Incidents from Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Candidates comment on Medicaid, job training, public lands, budget cuts, and immigration.
It began with a pair of flip-flops and a stubbed toe. It ended with a .45 perched on the hip of a very angry man in line in front of me at the prescription counter.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The head of the Environmental Protection Agency promoted proposed clean-power-plant rules to Western governors Tuesday, framing the plan as a way to deal with destructive wildfires and floods that have ravaged the region in recent years.
The University of Arizona is adding another senior executive to its ranks.
Drivers caught speeding or violating other traffic laws in unincorporated Pima County will now have to pay an extra $37 for their infraction.
Pima County will host a series of open houses this week to solicit public feedback on the 10-year update of the County's Comprehensive Plan.
WASHINGTON — A federal judge says she is leaning toward allowing President Barack Obama's claim of executive privilege in Operation Fast and Furious, the failed law enforcement operation at the center of a congressional investigation and subpoena fight between the Justice Department and Hou…
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.
Nearly 80 percent of Arizona deportations last fiscal year came from people caught at the border — higher than the 64 percent nationwide, data from Immigration and Customs Enforcement show.
PHOENIX — Calling the spending unnecessary, Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a measure Wednesday to hire an outside expert to study the state's child welfare agency.
Supporters of Obamacare are celebrating that the law is not an unmitigated disaster, just a mitigated one.
Few qualities are more American than a zeal for fair play. That’s why, when reports emerged last spring that the Internal Revenue Service was targeting conservative groups applying for a certain tax-exempt status, fair-minded folks of all political stripes expressed outrage.
House Intelligence committee Chairman Mike Rogers, a respected figure at the Capitol for a decade, last week became the institution’s latest early retiree. The decision of Rogers, a Michigan Republican, is not part of a normal generational turnover, but rather a new trend in my experience — …