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Tucson has a $25 million gap to settle.

  • By Christianna Silva For the Arizona Daily Star

About 90 percent of households would support funding for improvements for parks and rec.

  • By Maggie Driver For the Arizona Daily Star

Designated "rest stops" would have amenities such as showers.

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City may ask voters for a half-cent sales tax increase, but polling comes first.

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The company designs and makes sculptures — including notable public art in Tucson — and museum exhibits.

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It sets a maximum of 24 chickens for a lot 16,000 square feet or less.

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It’s a place where people can go to recover from illness or injury.

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  • Patrick McNamara Arizona Daily Star

Come worry the search for new revenue could the city in conflict with the private sector.

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Opponents say the devices are all about cash.

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Legal issues complicate plan to curb urban camping.

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Tucson City Council will get a report on Sun Tran Wednesday.

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  • Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

Council members want talks to resume. Candidates blame the Council members.

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Tucson is one of more than 80 sites chosen to be consolidated  by the Postal Service.

  • By Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

Council votes to drop parking fines for next year.

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  • By Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

Councilman Fimbres requests a discussion about the issue at council’s next meeting.

  • By Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

City Council adopts new rules, including bigger cultivation sites.

  • Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

Councilman Richard Fimbres' letter about Nogales situation didn't sit well with mayor.

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.

  • By Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

Tucson is winding down its budget process for the next fiscal year.

  • By Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

Tucson’s City Council offered its 2 cents on the city manager’s $1.25 billion recommended budget Tuesday afternoon.