They rank near the bottom in base salary but find money elsewhere.
City Council asks President to stop slitting up immigrant families.
A consulate staffer will visit Tucson next week to check out sites.
Negotiations could be drawn-out and contentious.
Tucson elected officials to participate in forum.
Company pays city $2.3 million for west side land deal.
Councilwoman Regina Romero is asking her colleagues to take a stand.
Rothschild issues his summer reading challenge to Tucson youth Tuesday.
The city may drop proposed rules on urban chickens and goats.
Critics of the city’s proposed new development impact fees say the increases are excessive and the revisions illegally allocate spending in the wrong places.
Intake center to provide food, clothes and temporary housing.
Councilman Richard Fimbres' letter about Nogales situation didn't sit well with mayor.
For years Rio Nuevo has been shortchanged on revenues because not every business that is supposed to be paying into the district has been.
A study shows city courthouse might require more work than is justified.
City sends Marriott hotel developer an email telling him the bad news.
Tucson businesses might have to fork over a little more next year to pay for a state- mandated tax change.
City finance officials worry about delays in deposits under the state's new sales-tax collecting system.
Councilman asks city to declare emergency over unaccompanied minors from Central America.
Rio Nuevo's volatile sales tax collections and its inability to track businesses that aren’t paying into the district as the primary reasons for a drop in its credit rating.
Pima County is on the verge of acquiring a scenic 286-acre parcel in the west-side Painted Hills area that county officials have coveted for years.
A Tucson shelter intended to address the burgeoning number of immigrant children illegally crossing the border alone won’t be held up by city zoning rules.
Tucsonans weighed in once again on the city’s plans to update what’s allowed and what’s forbidden when it comes to planting gardens or raising chickens within city limits.
A Tucson pension board decision likely means the city will pony up more for its nonpublic safety pension plan next year.
A judge on Friday denied a request by Tucson’s police union to order the city to continue counting unused sick days toward their pensions.
Tucson’s police union is asking a judge to order the city to continue counting unused sick days towards their pensions.
A long-stalled project on downtown’s west side will get a little more time to pay the city for streetcar expenses.
It looks as though Tucson will finally get a downtown hotel.
Information about its calls to immigration authorities would allow for analysis.
Tucson homeowners could start seeing a letter signed by the mayor or another city official encouraging them to purchase a private company’s water line insurance.
Take your time and cast a wide net.
Downtown bar owners want the city to amend its noise ordinance to allow higher decibel levels for the influx of sound-pumping establishments.
After nearly 40 years working for the city, first as a beat cop, then police chief and finally city manager, Richard Miranda is calling it quits this summer. The Star sat down with Miranda this week to ask him about his accomplishments, what’s in store for the next city manager and where wil…
Tucson’s Greyhound Bus Depot might have to find a new home in the near future.
Tucson will open its pools this week for residents to cool off during the summer months.
Tucson officials can relax a bit now that Fitch rating agency didn’t drop the city’s bond rating this year.
It didn’t take Laura Balis long to understand the risk of riding her bike along Tucson’s modern streetcar tracks.
Tucson’s Civil Service Commission unanimously approved asking a court judge to review his ruling that reversed the demotion of a Tucson police officer.
Bars and restaurants can now seek an exemption to open up near schools and churches in downtown Tucson.
Tucson won’t challenge a court ruling restoring the rank of a police lieutenant demoted for sharing sexually explicit pictures of herself with a subordinate officer.
Rio Nuevo has pushed a downtown hotel project closer to reality.
The Tucson City Council spared bus routes from any changes, for now, in the $1.264 billion budget that was tentatively approved Tuesday.
Tucson’s oldest mall has new owners. El Con Mall was purchased for $81.7 million by a group fronted by St. Louis Rams owner Stanley Kroenke.
Downtown Tucson will soon have one less empty building now that a social services agency received the green light to build an affordable housing complex on the site of a dilapidated, though historic, motor lodge.
The owners of El Con Mall might announce early next week that Tucson’s oldest shopping mall is being sold.
Motorists will have to accommodate waterline work on Pantano Road Friday night.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry has riled south-side officials and business owners by recommending that a project to spruce up a dilapidated Latino commercial district be left off the 2015 Pima County bond ballot.
Tucson is winding down its budget process for the next fiscal year.
A lieutenant demoted after his ex-girlfriend turned over nude photos he sent her while dating is suing the city to restore his rank.
Tucson looks to fuel the public's interest in its revised urban agriculture plans next week.
Crews were out correcting a streetcar stop built too tall at Fourth Avenue and Ninth Street this morning.