The city ordinance is designed to help local businesses win government contracts.
The lawsuit involves an eastside business property.
City officials deem first year a success for the program.
City Council delays action on transit system changes needed to plug $1.2 million funding gap.
Judge takes legal arguments over whether city's bid preference ordinance should stay or go under advisement.
However, the rate has fallen — for violence, too — since the 1990s.
Frequent city critic Alberto Moore leaves his seat.
Astronomers and sky watchers say more light downtown would affect their work.
Conservative think tank said city violated state law by passing local business ordinance.
Group says it will offer global-trade connections to Tucson businesses.
The council lifted its self-imposed cap on property tax rates.
Woman hurt when Reid Park picnic table upended.
She was elected in citywide balloting, Tucson's city attorney notes.
City commission drops legal challenge to lieutenant's demotion.
District strikes deal with state to ensure merchants fill out forms properly.
Terminated worker denies allegations; 3 supervisors get training.
Moody's cites low tax collections among reasons for drop.
Recent court ruling overturned a 2011 state law intended to keep costs down.
Council votes to drop parking fines for next year.
Councilman Fimbres requests a discussion about the issue at council’s next meeting.
Taxing district conditionally approves $75,000, is checking with its lawyers.
Mayor encourages residents to wear purple to raise awareness on Friday.
Board insists students not be asked about their citizenship.
Long-anticipated widening is between Euclid and Country Club.
ACLU wants to prevent school cops from inquiring about student immigration status.
But the project dies if council opts out.
At issue are plans for an 8.5-acre property.
Deal gives capital our CAP credits in exchange for its excess supplies.
Rio Nuevo tries to attract more shows, customers to aging Convention Center.
City will implement more flexible weekend closure policy for Fourth Avenue Underpass.
County considering high kill animal plan for cash strapped cities.
Councilwoman Romero accuses the police chief of defying council orders.
Council argues over how to develop west-side property.
County election commission chided for violation.
A bicyclist halted a streetcar because of a near-miss accident.
Most are now considering alternatives to paying the county.
Storm runoff can be issue if it floods over embankments.
TUSD Governing Board candidates continue to sound off on educational issues as part of their bids for seats in Tucson’s largest school district.
Mayor and council get feedback from public.
City will turn Toole Avenue into one-way road north of Congress Street.
Also in this roundup: Tucson City Council action on city business taxes.
City Council adopts new rules, including bigger cultivation sites.
Regulating rentals would add revenue, uphold standards.
Residents are invited to give input on Tucson's next city manager.
Losing bidder protests Rio Nuevo selection of a developer for 8.5 acres downtown.
The city entered into contract negotiations earlier this summer.
City council hopes to have charter amendments on 2015 ballot.
Rio Nuevo hires Beach Boys for TCC reopening celebration.