Rosa Imelda Robles Loreto has been at Southside Presbyterian Church since last month.
Why do we Tucson reporters love to cover Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller so much?
Deputies with the Pima County Sheriff’s Department have driven past Supervisor Ally Miller’s home nearly 50 times since she called 911 a week and half ago.
The Pima County Board Supervisors are weighing on a Senate Bill 1062, at least informally.
As we reported on Monday, Pima County District 1 Supervisor Ally Miller called 911 last week after a map disclosing her home address was printed online.
Tough political criticism on how the county has managed — or mismanaged — funds for road repairs may have backfired on Supervisor Ally Miller.
His critics call him “King Huckelberry” or simply, “King Chuck.”
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry has challenged Supervisor Ally Miller to give prosecutors evidence that county employees are breaking the law, as she says, or shut up.
Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll has done the digital equivalent of moving around the block, ditching his campaign-related Twitter account, @ElectRayCarroll, to a new address - @RayCarrollAZ.
After five years with no raises, Pima County workers' paychecks and patience are spread thin.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved a new $1.4 million contract with Tucson Electric Power to run the Ina Road sewer plant.
Pima County will buy 615 acres of land west of Interstate 10 for about $4.2 million for recreation, flood control and transportation projects.
Tired of traipsing around discarded trash and filth on your evening walk? Then clean it up instead of just walking around it.
Republican candidate James Kelley knows he has difficult task in unseating a Democrat in District 2, where registered Democrats outnumber registered Republicans nearly 2-to-1.
Supervisor candidates clashed over how to improve Pima County's troubled economy and strained relationship with the city of Marana at a candidate forum Thursday.
In the District 2 race for the Pima County Board of Supervisors, Republican James Kelley concedes he has a tough road ahead if he wants to unseat an incumbent Democrat in a district where registered Democrats outnumber registered Republicans almost 2 to 1.
It's become a tradition of sorts for most Pima County voters.