In a financial report released Tuesday night, the town of Marana announced year-over-year increases in sales tax revenue from retail, contracting and restaurants.
Pima County could end up spending another $1.5 million to $2.5
million on Superior Court judges' salaries, and jurors could lose
their $12 daily stipend, if the state's judicial branch has to cut
another 15 percent from its budget.
WASHINGTON — They may not like it, but many House liberals look
ready to accept a compromise health-care bill, putting Democratic
leaders well on the way to delivering on President Obama's call for
Property assessments are akin to thievery
WASHINGTON — President Obama said Friday the U.S. will overturn
a 22-year-old travel and immigration ban against people with HIV
early next year.
NEW YORK — Americans are paying more for gasoline than they did
last year as the holidays approached — billions of dollars that
could go to books, clothes and Barbie dolls instead being spent at
Raytheon Missile Systems Inc. and the Machinists Union reached a
tentative agreement Friday on a new three-year labor contract for
1,750 Tucson workers whose contract is to expire Sunday.
Whenever one of the few bonafide stars of the fund world
announces a new fund, savvy investors take notice.
The latest early-ballot numbers are in for the city races, and
it shows that Republicans have started slightly outperforming
House Democratic leaders presented a new health overhaul bill on
Thursday that melds legislation passed by three committees over the
summer and makes a series of changes to accommodate lawmakers'
Duncan Mayor M.C. Holiday has nothing against renewable energy.
But as the state and federal governments look toward reducing
greenhouse-gas emissions, he hopes officials will keep in mind that
his remote town has a high unemployment rate and many residents on
After he went 35-0 to win the 2006 NCAA wrestling championship,
Nate Gallick earned a sociology degree at Iowa State and got on
WASHINGTON — House Democrats reached agreement Wednesday on key
elements of a health-care bill that would vastly alter America's
medical landscape, requiring virtually universal sign-ups and
establishing a new government-run insurance option for
WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's gambit to
include a government-run insurance option in health-care
legislation may lack the 60 votes it needs to begin Senate debate,
but it has given a fresh tailwind to the idea.