The public input will be used to determine the best use for millions in federal funding.
The Marana Town Council will reconsider the plan it rejected last month.
The vandalism reached a fever pitch this past homecoming weekend.
Violations include misrepresentation and failure to remit money to a client.
Almost 100 children were adopted Saturday at the annual outdoor celebration.
Health officials say vaccinations are the best protection against potentially deadly illness.
The Pima County Health Department will offer the flu shot for children and uninsured adults at these locations.
Developer resubmits proposal for 178-home gated community.
Golden Phoenix, El Herradero, Mother Hubbard’s, Noble Hops, Los Primos, Tacos Apson
Judge John Sedwick's order voiding Arizona's constitutional amendment that limits marriage to one man and one woman
Attorneys offer practical advice to same-sex couples who can now marry.
Such arrangements are expensive, may pose threats to children's safety, report says.
On Wednesday, the Arizona Office of the Auditor General released a report on the use of congregate care in Arizona.
Staff knew boy had history of sexual issues, her mother says.
San Xavier Mission School teaches Tohono O'odham language and culture alongside Catholicism.
One "no" leaves the housing project lacking the unanimous vote it needed.
Employees couldn't explain why a patient didn't get medication on 19 occasions.
The board order for Teresa Merritt
Most in audience are opposed. Final Lazy K decision expected in October.
The Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection on Wednesday submitted a letter to the Town of Marana objecting to the proposed development of Lazy K Bar Ranch
Some concerned community members have submitted a letter of protest to the Town of Marana, objecting to the proposed 178-home subdivision on the 138-acre Lazy K Bar Ranch site
Proposal to rezone and redevelop Lazy K Bar Guest Ranch as a 178-home subdivision
Developers want to rezone the Lazy K ranch for a gated community.
Some opponents to the development and rezoning request have submitted a letter of protest to the Town of Marana
Lazy K Bar development and rezoning proposal
A June 2014 report from the New York-based American Civil Liberties Union
Study urges leaders to build near transit ways to serve 1.4M people by 2045.
Questionable use of tongs, inadequate hand-washing, and a can of Raid.
The study by Bae Urban Economics looked at the demand for transit-oriented development and affordable housing in Eastern Pima County.
Nobody in government seems to have the power to do anything about it.
He's accused of improperly handling clients’ money, failing to keep appropriate records.
Cease-and-desist order for former property manager Ronald Dwayne Butler of Quality Tucson Properties
Boosting high-capacity transit will be critical, planners and advocates say.
Casa de los Niños cares for up to 48 children at a time.
Here's what Tucson consumers need to know.
Program still needs about 300 new coaches for fall.
They'll be partially reimbursed for lost deposits, new owner says.
State will only release data if the Star pays $175 per hour commercial fee
Foster children more likely than nonfoster kids to be prescribed psychotropics.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office looked at psychotropic medication utilization among foster and non-foster populations in five states, based on 2008 data
An Arizona study, based on 2008 prescription claims data, looked at psychotropic drug prescriptions for foster and non-foster children
Enforcers care only about "what your yard looks like," says one frustrated tenant.
The Southern Arizona VA Health Care System got three of five stars on an internal quality rating scale used by the Department of Veterans Affairs, says a recent VA Office of the Inspector General report on the Tucson facility.
Read the Office of Inspector General's review of the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System from April 2014
Read the VA Office of Inspector General's interim report on allegations of misconduct at the Phoenix VA hospital
A homeowner in Skyline Country Club Estates is suing her homeowners’ association for forcing its members to help the private club avoid foreclosure.
Southern Arizona’s largest health network is $28.5 million in the red so far this fiscal year, and officials say a costly electronic medical records system is largely to blame.
A permit request to allow a bike ranch across the street from Saguaro National Park is premature, says a county hearing administrator who recommended denial of the conditional-use permit application required for the bike ranch to move forward.
Read the developers' proposal for a bike ranch near Saguaro National Park