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.
Former chancellor is either overly confident or delusional, columnist says.
Arizona among states being considered for factory.
Lack of competition a worrisome trend.
Reader comments on Labor Day, NSA, and thanks for a mariachi celebration.
Readers question streetcar costs, a police demotion, and Las Vegas water usage.
Readers reactions to Linda Ronstadt comments, jaguar habitat, streetcars on game day.
One of Tucson’s most famous native children doesn’t like our “car culture.”
His company moves, but doesn't kill, unwanted bee hives.
On one ballot, Norville proposal wins 1,000 points out of 1,000 possible.
As we saw in Missouri last week, riot gear ramps up crowds it intends to diffuse.
The latest news and opinion in Tucson politics.
Big bears might make a showing here.
Ask yourself: "Who's got a record of getting things done?"
If board vote were held today, he couldn’t even win a simple majority.
Utility or its parent company tries to sway Arizona Corporation Commission election.
Readers react to possibility of Tesla plant, county ban on smoking employees.
Another Southern Arizona mobile home park sells run-down trailers it doesn't own.
Blame lies in DC, not with Babeu
Some officials are trying to do something about the young Central Americans.