Board approves sale of a key downtown property.
Arrival of 'sleeping pods' has city concerned.
Rejection of new internal auditor position doesn't generate confidence.
Attorney of retired ATF agent may have been subject to government surveillance.
Move to cut spending on higher education not surprising, but definitely disappointing.
See if you know the story behind the new state exam.
How the HomeGoods debate might play out. Also, State of the State irony.
Governor's vision, short on specifics so far, would benefit charter schools.
Pedro Avila came here with nothing and ended up a business owner.
Pedro Avila cuts the hair of Carl Porter, 60, one of Avila’s earliest customers.
It's a very Tucson situation, this East Grant Road mess.
A bigger man would have recused himself from issue regarding curriculum.
Development on four keys sites would make a major difference in downtown Tucson.
Congressman reflects on the good, bad of serving.
Mother, five children left in an unfamiliar country without their sole provider.
Invention has helped the Old Pueblo, but not so much its inventor.
Steve Kimble, an attorney by trade, at the studio where he welds and creates metal art, in the Metal Arts Village. His Spider Man toy invention paid for the village's construction.
New chairman says, 'It's the things we agree on that we need to focus on as a party.'
Coping mechanism is almost universal in profession, psychologist says.
El Conquistador courses have lost about $1 million a year.
The logic is seductively simple: Cut taxes, cut spending and Arizona’s unshackled economy will take off.
Homes face inward toward community center that provides meals, services.
Tucson Greyhound Park has outlived its usefulness, occupies prime spot.
Country can handle helping citizens relocate, but governing domestically is more problematic.
Female is likely looking for a mate, according to former federal expert.
Clusters of huts could provide basic services for less than the shelter.
City chose to spend less on machines that don't have as many options.
The first in an occasional new series on interesting people, "Tucsonalities."
Travel company loses customers afraid to go to Africa.
Published University of Arizona research on the effectiveness of TUSD's Mexican American Studies program.
Student achievement, new program are what matter most, not settling old scores.
'Liberal first aid kit' contains sympathy note on Republican National Committee stationary, tissues, antacid.
Power resides with Board of Education, of which she's just one member.
Early voting is the reason we have delayed results.
Barber-McSally squeaker grabs headlines, but other races interesting, too.
Volunteers pushing hard for their candidates on Election Day.
Having a plan isn't enough.
Columnist's last round of election-season dirt.
Arizonans should not accept that we can't pay schools what they're owed.
Despite checks, some want to make it harder to collect, submit ballots.
Sometimes a candidate catches a wave; other times the wave swamps candidate.
One big player in the area backs out: the University of Arizona.
Group prepares for whatever disaster may come their way.
Public referendum is one possibility.
Former superintendent's allies safe until contracts expire.
Assurances of company's future here might not be as firm as we thought.
Don't be surprised if the issue starts coming up more and more.
Deputy superintendent's assessment of district finances should be warning to all of us.
Prolonged probes typical after shootings by the Border Patrol.