Measure would lift the freeze imposed on enrollment in KidsCare.
Pushing age back would give teens full year of practice, proponent says.
443 city workers eligible for retirement; 54 have agreed to take the deal.
It's the only state without an active federal Children's Health Insurance Program.
Odd and interesting news from the Midwest.
Opinions on gun liability, school funding in Arizona, death with dignity law.
The proposal by Minority Whip David Livingston would drop the effective tax on insurance premiums.
Never accept a car with any kind of damage, even little dings and dents.
Governor orders end to state crackdown on Lyft and Uber rideshare services.
The state had pursued drivers for offering rides for pay without meeting mandated legal requirements.
Tucson groups can help with second open enrollment period, just days away.
Woman collected $26,500 for "lost" rings she later wore in Facebook photo.
Reader didn't damage rental car, so why does she have to pay?
We’re interrupting our regular column for a special Economy Car Momologues.
Insurance giant Geico continues to expand its Tucson customer-service operations, with plans to add more than 230 positions by the end of the year.
Q: Last year, while I was visiting Australia, my wife had a medical emergency that caused us to cancel our trip and come home. Fortunately, we had bought a travel insurance policy through Allianz.
The company sold the least expensive Affordable Care Act insurance plans in Arizona.
Tucson homeowners could start seeing a letter signed by the mayor or another city official encouraging them to purchase a private company’s water line insurance.
Supporters of Obamacare are celebrating that the law is not an unmitigated disaster, just a mitigated one.
A second major ride-sharing service, Lyft, has launched operations in Tucson.