Smoking policy among those pushed back to January.
Delayed the issues until January meeting.
Despite decades of trying, city's synchronization efforts leave drivers frustrated.
City wants to close Downtown Loop amid decreased ridership, new streetcar service.
The top image shows the software used to track traffic starting in the 1990s; the bottom image shows the newest version, which can be accessed from a tablet computer.
Part of the route will be closed during the Winter Street Fair.
South Tucson said responsibility for improper tax is shared, Pima County disagrees.
Pima County staff wants community feedback on the future of Colossal Cave Mountain Park.
Most of Fourth Avenue will close, but shuttle bus will ferry passengers to their next stop.
Sale paves way for new student housing in the West University neighborhood.
Will the downtown trains ever pipe down? The answer: Yes, eventually.
New and old parking meters in downtown. More than 850 meters like the one on the left will replace the old, coin-only meters.
Brief I-10 closure at 7 a.m. Sunday Dec. 7 will likely cause delays.
Pima County leaders will vote on a policy that would make it impossible for smokers to get a job in the county.
Western Area Power Administration has started work on a power line access road.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors paved the way for two projects in the foothills during their Tuesday meeting.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved the paving of a dirt road in the Catalina Foothills amid worries the project could diminish the neighborhood's historic vibe.
But some would prefer to keep the dirt roads they already have.
Cited months of delays by contractor.
A Maierhauser has run Colossal Cave Mountain Park for the last 58 years, but a recent audit shows the cave is in need of repairs and, in the opinion of some, new leadership.
Alice Vail slept under a tarp in the company of scorpions.
The Jan. 8th Memorial Foundation narrows its search for a designer.
Why some people aren't happy about the new streetcar ads.
General fund money will be used to fix major roadways in county.
The developers of a proposed bicycle-themed resort across the street from Saguaro National Park withdrew their application for a conditional use permit. Dozens of opponents and neighbors, including leaders of Saguaro National Park, voiced concerns about the project.
A University of Arizona student worries a marked crosswalk is not safe enough at busy crossing.
Former staffer for Supervisor Miller says she told him to file claim.
Plans on pause amid opposition from neighbors near Saguaro National Park East.
Volunteer wrangler Jeanne Christie has been with Ron Barber's campaign since 2012.
Not raising Arizona's gas tax put a squeeze on county road repairs.
Report recommends county give $1.56 million to fund park's most pressing repairs.
Events brought in $1.17 million in the last fiscal year.
Barraza-Aviation Parkway, also known as State Route 210, will be closed Monday evening starting at 9 p.m. and is expected to re-open Tuesday, Oct. 28 at 5 a.m.
A contentious maintenance project that would involve clearing vegetation from land west of Tumamoc Hill won’t start until November, according to a spokesperson from the Western Area Power Administration.
Utility work could bulldoze a mile-long, 100-foot-wide section.
It’s been one week since Arizona started issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples and Pima County has seen an overall uptick in applications.
Pima County supervisors decide to talk another day.
Community radio station KXCI 91.3-FM hopes a successful fundraising campaign will boost both its signal and membership.
South Tucson no longer will enforce a ban on administering steroids to greyhounds.
After losing its title sponsor, El Tour de Tucson is looking to the city and Pima County to fill some of the financial void .
The City Council unanimously approved changes to its Primary Jobs Incentive Program on Tuesday to make it easier for more businesses to qualify for building-fee exemptions and to temporarily retain sales taxes for their own benefit.
On a recent October Monday, the Sweater Nanas of Green Valley held the final fall knitting session. Colorful skeins of yarn and sweaters in varying stages of completion covered the tables of a meeting room in the Green Valley Library.
Some time in the next decade, Bookmans’ flagship store could be looking for a new home — the second time a road widening has forced the homegrown company to relocate.
Inge Drollinger shows off her last sweater of the season, a creation made of green-flecked yarn with tan accents. While the time it takes to make a sweater varies, Drollinger finished this one in about a week. Taken Monday, Oct. 14, 2013 at the Joyner-Green Valley Library Branch in Green Val…
Cindy Wolf’s stack of sweaters waits to receive a customized sweater nana tag. Wolf, who lives in Tomah, Wis., for most of the year, completed seven sweaters over the summer. Taken Monday, Oct. 14, 2013 at the Joyner-Green Valley Library Branch in Green Valley, Ariz Photo by Mariana Dale / f…
Cindy Wolf sews a tag into a finished sweater. It reads:“Knit with love by the Sweater Nanas of Green Valley, AZ. Look Good, Be Good, Do Good.” The volunteers plan to distribute about 400 sweaters this year.
Anyone needing a ride in Tucson can now summon one with a few taps on their phone.
Next week, some Tucson students will have a new option in the cafeteria. The Tucson Unified School District will swap out its regular yogurt for a Greek version as part of a U.S. Department of Agriculture pilot program.
The Tucson Unified School District will launch an initiative Monday to attract dropouts back to the classroom.
Fifty-eight students from Tucson, Oro Valley and Vail were named National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalists.