Pass would give teens unlimited access to buses and pools this summer.
Rialto now in "best financial shape" ever after years of struggle.
Changes to Tucson's charter must be approved by voters.
Maria Hawke lied about her educational background, according to an investigation report.
After 15 years, La Pilita is no more; exhibits given to others.
Proposed map has three lanes of future traffic driving through a restaurant.
Local governments' lures worth more than $1.5 million in first year.
“Just keep pavin’,” mayor tells city's transportation director.
Desert garden will offer "quiet contemplation for people who are grieving."
Los Betos at Oracle/Prince also failed two follow-up inspections.
The entrance to Rio Vista Natural Resource Park, where there are walking paths and sweeping mountain views.
Group split 8-7 to support ward-only elections of City Council members
They didn't finish jobs in the Tucson area, state agency says.
Deputy denied he was drunk but tested at super-extreme DUI level.
More volunteers are needed to clean up litter in Tucson.
Expert panelists explore the effect of dark money on Arizona elections.
Area cities, towns chance procedures for quicker service.
A technicality means the Tee'd Off petitions are invalid.
Petition for public vote on golf deal rejected over a technicality.
Group says it collected more than enough signatures for ballot issue.
Group opposed to country club deal says it has more than enough signatures.
Tucson Mall food court spot closed for renovations after roach problem.
Soccer fields, splash park and more in the works for 2015.
A half-cent sales-tax increase will help pay for renovations.
McSally tells her next steps on A-10 and immigration issues.
Final margin is 167 votes. She'll be sworn into Congress on Jan. 6.
Douglas Andersen and Christie Andersen of Colorado greet their dog, Mr. Waffles, in the lobby of the Arizona Daily Star on Dec. 15, 2014. Photo by Becky Pallack / Arizona Daily Star
Representative-elect Martha McSally answered questions after her victory Wednesday. Answers have been edited for length.
Appraisal shows town would get a below-market price on country club.
Republican Martha McSally has been declared the winner in Congressional Dist. 2.
Though fewer people are playing golf, OV's plan projects a 28 percent increase.
Judge is scheduled to certify results, announce winner at 10 a.m.
Health inspectors find problems at Brawley’s, Thunder Canyon, May's Counter, Nox.
Results matched earlier numbers. Next, a judge must certify the results.
Superior Court judge is scheduled to make it official Wednesday.
Community center “would aid in employer recruitment and retention," group's CEO says.
Time-consuming process begins Friday in mandatory recount
Republican is in line to oversee military and defense policy and budgets.
Sport not popular with respondents in survey, ranked near bottom.
Parks board advises Town Council to buy country club but not golf.
Even with mandatory recount underway, McSally moves forward with House work.
TPD says victim had been dead for "a couple of days."
Unlicensed contractor caught after two cases involving poor or incomplete work.
Hilton El Conquistador buyer would sell country club and courses to town.
Town Manager Greg Caton review the basics of the country club deal with the Town Council Wednesday, Dec. 3.
Oro Valley Town Manager Greg Caton describes the proposed country club project to the Town Council at the Dec. 3 meeting.
El Conquistador country club could become town recreation center for $1 million.
Half-cent boost will fund part of $18 million project.
How Rep. Grijalva and Sen. McCain will use their new committee roles
It's Kirkpatrick's third term in Congress.