There's no money for Channels 12 and 20 in draft budget for next fiscal year.
El Rio will move about 200 employees to downtown Tucson this year.
Channel 12 and Access Tucson already share studio space at the Tucson 12 building, 124 E. Broadway, in downtown Tucson. The city wants a contractor to manage both stations.
Nearly one in five Rothschild campaign donors gave the $500 maximum contribution.
Animal shelter services in limbo over city/county cost sharing battle.
New landscaping theme will make the shopping district more of a destination.
Town officials signed a purchase agreement for El Conquistador Country Club Wednesday.
The $1.4 billion draft budget includes $151.5 million in debt payments.
The 2-week classes at city pools will be offered June-July.
Group recommends allowing Tucson to take loans backed by future sales-tax revenue.
Town will close on deal to buy country club next week.
Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath, left, and Council member Lou Waters listened to a budget presentation Wednesday.
Margaret Burkholder, Bill Hunt and Kelly Lawton declare themselves city council candidates.
Bicyclist severely injured when puddle turned out to be a deep pothole.
Raytheon will pay $1.3 million a year for city fire staff.
The owners of the redevelopment project will save $55,035 a year.
Project addresses safety and maintenance problems in 1950s-era building.
Group claims the system violates the Equal Protection Clause.
Average residential customers can expect up to $4 more on their bills.
Kathy Iannocone posted this note to customers on the door of her downtown restaurant Urban Fresh.
Free classes coming to parks, YMCA locations and the JCC in May.
Five houses and two businesses will be torn down beginning this week.
The vandalism was discovered Monday.
The feet of Baby Jesus were damaged recently at the Garden of Gesthemane, a Tucson landmark.
Vandals smashed the hand off one disciple and decapitated another in the downtown Tucson sculpture garden.
Vandals knocked the feet off a statue of Baby Jesus at the Garden of Gethsemane sculpture park in downtown Tucson.
One disciple is missing a hand and another is missing his head after vandals visited Garden of Gethsemane park during Holy Week in Tucson.
Once inside city limits, the properties could bring the city $2.1 million.
Many buildings saved, but sidewalks and bike lanes will be squeezed.
Members of the Broadway Boulevard Citizens Planning Task Force share a light moment during a tense meeting in March. The group used big maps to examine the widening project block-by-block.
A consultant wanted task force members to use cards like these to rank their priorities for roadway planning, but the task force members didn't want to play the game.
As part of Safe Park clean up, city pays for temporary shelter.
Plan will cost taxpayers about $24 million over 20 years.
Payments to county up $1.4 million in last few years.
She protected the city's bond rating and brought Tucson through the recession.
Councilman Kozachik says city should 'do it right, not quickly.'
Proposed ordinance would have given the Tucson police chief new powers.
Pods were cleared out well before the city's 6 p.m. deadline.
Michael Ortega says he will start work in Tucson in June.
Safe Park organizer Jon McLane, front, gets help from Chevy Marchdank moving a sleeping box from downtown Tucson. Protesters left without incident by the city’s 6 p.m. deadline Friday.
Safe Park protester Chevy Marchdank moved a “dream pod” across Broadway in downtown Tucson last Friday.
Group faced 6 p.m. deadline to remove several wooden structures and tents.
Jon McLane, the leader of the homeless encampments that spread across a portion of downtown Tucson for months, helps Chevy Marchdank move wooden sleep pods from the area Friday afternoon. The city gave the group until 6 p.m. to remove the structures called "dream pods." Police were keeping a…
Cochise County Administrator Mike Ortega will start work in Tucson in June.
Forty-four new arterial street projects, some neighborhoods added to repair plans.
Committee members were disappointed in the lack of transparency in the process.
Committee is divided, supports both candidates, but favors Jacobs.
Tucson city manager search attracts two officials from nearby Cochise County.
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild said he sees opportunity all around Tucson but needs people to work together to realize the city’s potential.
City won't release names of candidates until after council interviews.