A host of gun laws get preliminary approval from the Legislature.
But lawmaker to consider amendment exempting district from phase-out bill.
Similar efforts have failed each year since 2007.
The new graduation requirement begins with the current crop of sophomores.
Streetcar, parking fines, new meters are among the year's top happenings.
Southern Arizona lawmakers look to tackle budget loopholes, dark money in the next session
Winners of races in Arizona.
Farley turns his energy (and cash) to helping five Senate candidates.
Political news and gossip here in the Old Pueblo.
Tucson police say texting ban is too hard to enforce.
Thousands of Tucsonans, hundreds of dignitaries, inaugurate streetcar service.
Timeline showing how the streetcar materialized.
Who will represent the residents in state legislative Districts 9 and 10 will, for the most part, not be decided until November.
PHOENIX — Gov. Jan Brewer signed groundbreaking legislation Thursday to create and fund a new Department of Child Safety, at least in part to solve problems that she may have helped create.
Two Southern Arizona lawmakers were essentially reelected Wednesday simply by submitting several hundred signatures.
Now that the legislative session is over, perhaps it’s a good time to take out that trusty old political instrument, the moderatometer, and stick it under the tongue of Tucson’s favorite debatably moderate legislator, Ethan Orr.
Rio Nuevo has gotten the green light from the state to start spending money on downtown redevelopment without building a hotel first.
PHOENIX — Up to 120,000 youths living in low-income neighborhoods could soon qualify for taxpayer-funded tuition to private and parochial schools.
PHOENIX — A $9.21 million spending plan approved Tuesday by the state Senate could face a gubernatorial veto because it underfunds state universities, an aide to Gov. Jan Brewer said.