Chancellor driving change in ‘abusive culture,’ seeks to upgrade staff and programs.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson visiting Nogales today.
Flood of illegal immigrants overwhelming border agencies
Sheri Siesennop thinks she might have taken on more than she bargained for when she was named Tucson Originals executive director late last month.
The dean of the University of Arizona’s College of Medicine in Tucson, who is at the center of a fierce dispute with a top surgeon, is leaving his job for a new one at UA.
Pima Community College has hired an interim boss for a campus recently left leaderless after two top officials were fired.
John F. Kennedy was buried at Arlington 50 years ago today, leaving his body to rest but not much else.
The following editorial appeared Friday in The Los Angeles Times:
The Arizona Game and Fish Department will get about $10 million over a decade from Rosemont Copper for land, water rights and wildlife projects to compensate for impacts of the proposed Rosemont Mine, the department announced Tuesday.
The mining giant Asarco will pay Pima County its second round of civil penalties and environmental reparations in three years over tailings dust blowing from its Mission Mine in Sahuarita into neighboring homes.
A Tucson-based insurance company is diversifying from covering only government plans and will be part of the Arizona marketplace created under President Obama’s health law.
Just-issued report provides estimates.
PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. — On a day filled with speeches from dignitaries including the vice president, the words of the lone survivor of a fire crew overrun by flames resonated deepest in an arena packed with firefighters from around the nation.
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After two debates, one presidential and one vice presidential, we can fairly conclude that Obama and Biden are happy warriors.
ST. LOUIS • An embattled St. Louis University administrator on Wednesday prevented another vote of no confidence against him, this time by the school's student leaders, publicly defending for the first time his controversial — and now mothballed — faculty tenure and evaluation proposals.
WASHINGTON — For the first time in a decade, the Sept. 11 attacks and the wars that resulted are not the focus of the presidential campaign.
Members of the Mondale family applaud after Sen. Hubert Humphrey nominated Sen. Walter Mondale for the vice presidential nomination, July 15, 1976 in New York. From left: Eleanor Mondale; William Mondale; Muriel Humphrey; Joan Mondale and Mary Christine Anderson, wife of the Minnesota govern…
First Lady Betty Ford beams as she looks out over the scene at the opening session of the Republican National Convention at Night on Monday, August 16, 1976 in Kansas City. Mrs. Happy Rockefeller, wife of the vice President Nelson Rockefeller is at right. (AP Photo)