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  • By Evan Wyloge Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting

Roughly 10 percent of individual donations come from 10 individuals or households.

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Construction potentially would start in 2016.

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It's been rescheduled for Nov. 14 and 15.

These Tucson commercials will be stuck in your head all over again.

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Car dealer donated the 2014 Jeep Cherokee and gave 50,000 raffle tickets local nonprofits.

Jim Click funds group, is backing Andy Tobin in the CD1 race.

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House for patients' families planned near VA hospital entrance on South Sixth.

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

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.

  • By Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas
    and Jim Click Special to the Arizona Daily Star

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 …

  • Carol Ann Alaimo ARIZONA DAILY STAR

An influential group of local business leaders plans to pressure longtime members of Pima Community College’s Governing Board to resign, and i…

  • Compiled by Phil Villarreal Arizona Daily Star

2 students heading to leadership program

  • Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

Sahuarita is a "young, ambitious community" with many opportunities, said Mayor Duane Blumberg.

  • Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star

This holiday season the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is opening its doors each morning to lines of people waiting for emergency foo…

  • Carli Brosseau, Brady McCombs and Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

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, whi…

  • Robert Anglen and Russ Wiles The Arizona Republic

Many prominent Arizona business leaders and private companies have been active donors to presidential candidates, an Arizona Republic analysis shows.

  • Tim Steller Arizona Daily Star

Republican Frank Antenori already faces a party-registration disadvantage in his run to remain in the state Senate. Now opposition within his …