City officials won't talk about the probe, which began in April.
New program expected to help 250 families buy homes.
No red tape in sight, says city's invitation to build a battery factory.
Thousands of Muslims gather in Tucson to celebrate Eid al-Fitr.
Thousands of Tucsonans, hundreds of dignitaries, inaugurate streetcar service.
Volunteers will go door-to-door to help students earn diplomas.
Political news and gossip here in the Old Pueblo
City Council asks President to stop slitting up immigrant families.
Rothschild issues his summer reading challenge to Tucson youth Tuesday.
The city may drop proposed rules on urban chickens and goats.
Critics of the city’s proposed new development impact fees say the increases are excessive and the revisions illegally allocate spending in the wrong places.
Intake center to provide food, clothes and temporary housing.
High school dropouts are costing Tucson $435 million, a new study shows.
Tucson businesses might have to fork over a little more next year to pay for a state- mandated tax change.
Take your time and cast a wide net.
Tucson officials can relax a bit now that Fitch rating agency didn’t drop the city’s bond rating this year.
Richard Miranda, who rose from a beat cop in the Tucson Police Department to become the city’s top administrator, will retire at the end of July.
Richard Miranda, who rose through the ranks in the Tucson Police Department to become the city's top administrator, will retire at the end of the July.
The Tucson City Council spared bus routes from any changes, for now, in the $1.264 billion budget that was tentatively approved Tuesday.
Tucson’s oldest mall has new owners. El Con Mall was purchased for $81.7 million by a group fronted by St. Louis Rams owner Stanley Kroenke.