How the HomeGoods debate might play out. Also, State of the State irony.
Former Tucson mayor continued to guide those who followed; will be missed.
Development on four keys sites would make a major difference in downtown Tucson.
Public transit protects air, reduces traffic congestion, extends road life, saves money.
But Islamic Center is upbeat at UA meeting regarding off-campus housing.
Woman hurt when Reid Park picnic table upended.
She was elected in citywide balloting, Tucson's city attorney notes.
Board insists students not be asked about their citizenship.
Officer in video will be disciplined, chief says.
A proposal from a Texas congressman could hinder the only passenger rail service that serves Tucson.
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.
A carwash company planning to move its corporate headquarters downtown would bring with it 40 new jobs and $2.9 million in direct and indirect new tax revenues over eight years, according to an audit done for the city.
The 14th Annual César E. Chávez March & Rally will begin Saturday morning from Pueblo Magnet High School.
Chants of “Si, se puede” erupted in Tucson City Council chambers as dozens cheered the creation of Tucson’s Cesar Chavez holiday on Tuesday night.
The Tucson City Council this week is set to again take on the challenge of improving Sun Tran’s finances.
The 9,188 square miles of Pima County are now an “immigrant-welcoming” community.
Four city employees lost their jobs when the city ceded management duties to a private company this past weekend.
Folks expecting a lively discussion during today’s city council meeting on proposed bus fares increases will be disappointed.
All residents in Pima County are created equal and assume they are equally entitled to their water. This assumption could be jeopardized if Rosemont Mine opponents convince the Tucson City Council to oppose Community Water Company of Green Valley’s pipeline connection.
The Road Runner’s phone was busy the day after the Pima County Board of Supervisors decided not to give American Traffic Solutions another contract.