Tucson car dealer Jim Click is a major backer of Republican Doug Ducey's campaign for governor
State Rep. Ethan Orr ends his post as head of a Tucson non-profit.
The four Republican candidates in Arizona's Congressional District 1 will debate in the Tucson area this week.
An innovative fundraiser starting this week will let local charities sell raffle tickets and keep 100 percent of the proceeds.
We are proud to be Arizonans and residents of a state whose rich history includes pioneers with a strong spirit and the stamina to endure the hardships of settling a rough, untamed country to create a bountiful place to live, rich in nature’s beauty and resources.
An influential group of local business leaders plans to pressure longtime members of Pima Community College’s Governing Board to resign, and is preparing to lead a recall effort if they don’t step down.
2 students heading to leadership program
Sahuarita is a "young, ambitious community" with many opportunities, said Mayor Duane Blumberg.
This holiday season the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is opening its doors each morning to lines of people waiting for emergency food boxes - a demand that a local businessman's family and other philanthropists will help meet.
The list of big spenders from Southern Arizona this election cycle includes several of the usual suspects, as well as a few surprises.
Jim Click introduced Mitt Romney at a business round table in September 2011. Click has given $50,000 to the Restore Our Future super PAC, which supports the Republican presidential candidate.
Many prominent Arizona business leaders and private companies have been active donors to presidential candidates, an Arizona Republic analysis shows.
Republican Frank Antenori already faces a party-registration disadvantage in his run to remain in the state Senate. Now opposition within his own party is compounding the challenge.
Tucson police officers are patrolling the streets in spic-and-span vehicles, thanks to a recent partnership with the Beacon Group, which sends a crew of clients to clean the grime off crime-fighting cars.
Isaac Pacheco, 8, a patient at Diamond Children's Medical Center, puts his handprint on a Hyundai Santa Fe outside the hospital. The event Tuesday celebrated a grant given by Hyundai to a pediatric cancer researcher.
Hyundai Hope on Wheels donated $50,000 to a University of
Arizona researcher who is studying the links between good nutrition
and effective cancer therapy.