A federal judge has granted organizers of a downtown homeless camp an injunction.
Our world buzzes with anticipation of the coming holidays. Jingles ring in our ears. From every angle, we are told how to partake in the happiest holiday season, the brightest holiday table, and the most memorable time of year.
While some Maricopa County cities scored high marks, Tucson was found to be one of the neediest places in the country.
The photographs are on greeting cards to benefit Our Family Services.
Whitney Houston lyrics are not an education policy.
Plenty of debate about why the figures have budged.
From her father’s beige-stuccoed mobile home, Genesis Hollman has watched two families move into the trailer next door on a rent-to-own contract.
PHOENIX — Arizona is going to be without a legally enforceable begging law for perhaps another year.
We all know Tucson has been ranked among the poorest cities of its size in the nation. But now we also know that, if poverty had a face, it would be the face of a single mom.
You can’t blame Tucsonans who are suffering from Forum Fatigue.
Tucson needs to find solutions to its most dire, complex problem: poverty.
Kathy Blevins, who has been homeless for the past four years, has carefully set up her campsite on a floodplain in north Tucson. Under the canopy of an old saltcedar tree, her site is marked by a fence of wooden pallets, adorned with a fake flower and a “private property” sign. A dream catc…
The city has set up some new rules for the homeless camp at Veinte de Agosto Park downtown.
There are fewer federal dollars for the local Meals on Wheels program, but the need is greater than ever.
A Tucson charity that shut down after an Arizona Daily Star investigation has re-emerged — but its questionable business practices haven’t changed, two homeless clients say.
Tucsonans seeking urban living now have more options.
We’ve surpassed our goal of finding 500 new reading coaches, but plenty more children still need tutors — and more donations are needed to train and support the volunteers.
We’re nearing our goal of 500 new reading coaches for children in kindergarten through third grade, but we still need your help.
At the end of the second week of our campaign to recruit 500 reading coaches for children in kindergarten through third grade, we’re closer to reaching our goal.