El Con movie theater without power for most of Sunday.
Weekly roundup of education-related news across Southern Arizona.
TUSD’s five-year strategic plan is nearing completion and board vote.
The Arizona Corporation Commission will hold public hearings this week in Tucson on the proposed $4.3 billion buyout of Tucson Electric Power Co.’s parent company, UNS Energy Corp., by major Canadian utility operator Fortis Inc.
The FBI is investigating whether a makeshift bomb placed next to a 50,000-gallon diesel tank at an Arizona power station Wednesday has any connection to a suspicious incident this year at another substation owned by the same company.
Tucson Electric Power Co. has unveiled a new online map showing local power outages.
The drop in copper prices hasn’t stopped the illegal metal trade, but Southern Arizona is seeing a slowdown in the volume of metal thefts.
Power has been restored in areas on the far west side, south side and midtown after an outage that lasted about an hour and a half.
Utility crew finds body in manhole
A body was found in a manhole by crews from Tucson Electric Power on Tucson's east-side shortly before noon Monday.
Canadian utility giant Fortis Inc. has agreed to sweeten the pot for ratepayers in its proposed $4.3 billion buyout of Tucson-based UNS Energy Corp.
It may be an understatement to say that a lot has happened since Paul Bonavia became chief executive of UNS Energy Corp. and its main subsidiary, Tucson Electric Power Co., in 2009.
The city is taking a new approach to how it handles trees that grow into overhead power lines.
A woman has serious injuries after crashing into an electrical pole near South Park Avenue and East Irvington Road.
Rep. Matt Salmon was blunt when talking to the biggest names in Arizona’s higher-education system in a crowded conference room at ASU’s Polytechnic campus on Thursday.
Tucson-based UNS Energy Corp., parent of Tucson Electric Power Co., was the target of a failed hoax in which someone filed fraudulent bankruptcy papers on the company’s behalf.
A phone scam that has been going on with “varying degrees of frequency for over a year” has become active again, Tucson Electric Power Co. officials warn.
A planned $100 million wind-energy farm west of Willcox could be lethal to birds in an area famous for its annual birding festival, critics say.
Shareholders of Tucson Electric Power Co.’s parent corporation, UNS Energy, have filed a pair of lawsuits in Pima County Superior Court in an effort to halt a Canadian company’s planned acquisition of the power provider.
UNS Energy Corp., the parent of Tucson Electric Power Co., has agreed to be acquired by Canada-based utility Fortis Inc. in a deal worth $4.3 billion, the companies said Wednesday.