The suspect was wearing a black motorcycle helmet when he robbed the store at gunpoint.
Orr loses race to Friese in LD9 race.
Summary of Pima County school district board, override and bond races.
Center would be for wounded veterans and their families.
The suspensions followed an incident at the school's locker room.
Vail Rotary Club's poker tournament happens Aug. 1.
Oro Valley couple helps Vail teacher cover licensing fees.
Rain has fallen daily since monsoon started on July 3.
The public is invited to review concept plans for the development of Pima County’s Esmond Station Regional Park at two open houses, both from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The first will be Thursday at the Esmond Station School, 9400 S. Atterbury Wash Way, and the second is June 3 at Desert Sky Middle Scho…
After manning the corner of Esmond Loop and Stonehaven Way, on Tucson’s southeast side, for more than a year, Petra Wilcox will don a new orange safety vest, customized with the words “#1 2014 X-ing Guard,” when she guides children to and from Desert Willow Elementary School.
Parents can learn about how to keep their children safe from internet threats at a presentation at Corona Foothills Middle School Wednesday.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors did not violate any laws when it voted to move money from Supervisor Ally Miller’s district to fix Colossal Cave Road last month, according to the Pima County Attorney’s Office.
At least twice a day, Colossal Cave Road transforms from a mostly calm, two-lane suburban road to a congested, traffic-clogged obstacle course of school zones, potholes and impatient drivers, bisected by two sets of railroad tracks.
Mesquite Elementary School will host an information session for its Mandarin Chinese immersion program.
Cienega High School's longtime head football coach will take over as the school's principal in December.
The failed Vail incorporation question on last month’s ballot cost county taxpayers roughly $10 for every vote cast.
The Pima County Elections Department will take down a Web page that is sending would-be voters to the wrong polling place.
The area known as Vail could soon become the town of No.
As I sit back and ponder the future of Vail and the upcoming election that will determine whether it becomes an incorporated town, I ask myself the question: Am I really touting government as a solution to government?
Early voting is underway for school-district elections and Vail’s proposed incorporation.