One big player in the area backs out: the University of Arizona.
Group prepares for whatever disaster may come their way.
Public referendum is one possibility.
Former superintendent's allies safe until contracts expire.
Opinions on legislative candidates, postal center closures, Raytheon, and progressives and tolerance.
Assurances of company's future here might not be as firm as we thought.
The Arizona Newspapers Association’s announcement of its Better Newspaper winners included several errors Sept. 21 on Page C9. The Arizona Daily Star won the first-place award for community service but not for editorial page excellence or special sections. Also, Tim Steller won first place …
Don't be surprised if the issue starts coming up more and more.
Deputy superintendent's assessment of district finances should be warning to all of us.
Also in this politics roundup: Ducey speaks to a Koch Brothers' conference.
Ducey, DuVal trot out well-worn "weasel words."
Deluge of political ads driving you batty? Sorry, no relief in sight.
Opinions on supervisors' donations and Obama's coffee salute.
At issue: Donations of taxpayer money by individual county supervisors to groups.
Anyone who has owned or rented property around here has faced the question: Should I really plant something that needs so much water?
Results from the Arizona Newspapers Association conference in Phoenix on Saturday.
You can understand why loyal Republicans might not want independents voting in their primaries.
These are excerpts from online reader comments on two of this week’s most talked-about stories. Join the conversation at Facebook.com/ArizonaDailyStarOpinion.
Reader opinions on Martha McSally, TUSD board election, and a helpful policeman.
When an adult "whoops" or "whips" a child, it's wrong.
Reader thoughts on guns, wolves, and a school board member speaks out.
As each new terrorist threat arises — Hamas, al-Qaida, al-Shabab — the alarm is raised again.
Readers express thoughts on campaign funding, dedicated workers and good Samaritans.
Readers take on misleading ads, the Forest Service, ticket quotas.