Thirteen elephants from the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus arrive at the Tucson Convention Center morning, Thursday, June 22, 2001, after the circus train pulled into Tucson at about 9 a.m. Photo David Sanders / Arizona Daily Star
Re-development board approves deal with Allan Norville for $100 million downtown project.
Car dealer donated Jeep Cherokee, gave 50,000 raffle tickets to local nonprofits.
Astronomers and sky watchers say more light downtown would affect their work.
Expo to draw thousands of amateur astronomers this weekend.
Taxing district conditionally approves $75,000, is checking with its lawyers.
Consumers looking for remodeling ideas might want to swing by.
At issue are plans for an 8.5-acre property.
Rio Nuevo tries to attract more shows, customers to aging Convention Center.
The city entered into contract negotiations earlier this summer.
Rio Nuevo hires Beach Boys for TCC reopening celebration.
Board agrees to open talks with downtown landowner.
Norville's victory was greatly helped by board member Alberto Moore's vote.
Two developers have plans; board wants more time.
New program expected to help 250 families buy homes.
Back-to-school sale is today and Saturday.
Board to weigh $100 million proposals for downtown property.
For years Rio Nuevo has been shortchanged on revenues because not every business that is supposed to be paying into the district has been.
After nearly 40 years working for the city, first as a beat cop, then police chief and finally city manager, Richard Miranda is calling it quits this summer. The Star sat down with Miranda this week to ask him about his accomplishments, what’s in store for the next city manager and where wil…
Tucson’s Greyhound Bus Depot might have to find a new home in the near future.