In Pima County, local prosecutors took up 85 cases last year that originated with U.S. law enforcement.
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Ash wants delegates bound to Trump, and more on Hernandez, Grijalva and LaWall.
Little-known Tucson office, forced to consolidate with UA, sloughs off archives.
County and state codes of little use in mile-wide swath just south of Tucson.
Jonathan Sedrick, a maintenance worker at Desert Willows mobile home park in Tucson, cycles past a mobile home park in Tucson with toilet in tow.
Supervisor's bad judgement emerges; plus items on McCain, Corp Comm candidates.
Tucson is one of many places where survivors have turned pain into action.
The Arizona Board of Regents could stand to heed the title of UA President Ann Weaver Hart’s strategic plan when dealing with Ann Weaver Hart:
Items on: Trump supporter's egging, McSally and FBI, Grijalva and Sanders, JP candidates
Politics may explain why Arizona keeps making the same losing arguments.
It's not a conspiracy theory: Aerial surveillance has come home to Tucson.
With four justices of the peace leaving office, candidates pile in.
Bolstered by Rio Nuevo's moves, local economy appears to be accelerating
Right-wing stances put at risk hard-won victories over workplace issues.
This anti-Border Patrol union sign in St. David is on property owned by James and Patricia Cooper.
Nanos' suspension of rival looks bad, but what of the union's switcheroo?
It's becoming a controversy that could define Miller's political career.
Cenpatico, Banner may bring stronger finances while losing some of what's special.
Jim Falken wanted to know what candidates for Pima County supervisor thought of Ally Miller's road plan
Pro teams like the Coyotes may have soaked other cities, but not Tucson.
Vast acreage along South Fourth Avenue to Interstate 10 is ripe for development.
Items: Redistricting chair Colleen Mathis; David Gowan's disappointments; Tucson term limits; Supreme Court snafu
The last name of the executive director of a group that runs a women’s homeless shelter was misspelled in the column“‘Just not here’ spirit dr…
Objections from Tucson's West University Neighborhood end project.
Day, sister of former Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, was struck by a driver suspected of impairment. "There was nothing she could do," sheriff says.
Plus items on Gowan's rough day, an Uber offer and Democratic delegates.
Newcomer Caterpillar gets an early lesson: Absurd ideologues run this state.
Academic centers at UA, ASU part of broader effort by wealthy to spread economic libertarianism
Local legislator reveals the Hamas-Hezbollah-La Raza-Narcotrafficker-Muslim student connection.
The Phoenix institute may be picking on us but is serving our interests in the long run.
No vote means we have a tough road ahead for improving Arizona's schools.
They envision a Republican majority on county board but bristle at Goldwater lawsuit
Industrial Development Authority doesn't develop much industry, builds charter schools instead
Four former chief justices decry horse-trading leading to added gubernatorial power.
Opposition to proposition grows, plus items on RNC, KidsCare and 'damaging the brand.'
Despite industry-funded defenses, neonicotinoids being discontinued in consumer products.
State law, prison system insists on keeping senior citizen parolee homeless in Arizona
Despite forgoing early release on his prison term, Thomas Buck is still under community supervision.
On closer examination, the Goldwater Institute claim against Pima County's deal looks flimsy
City should move forward, though activists are objecting to a compromise that they forced.
Also: Items on World View and a new supervisor candidate.
Voter suppression theories don't explain last week's election problems, but Arizona's austerity does.
If legislators really want to run towns' affairs, they should run for council.
Reverberations from rally raise some tricky issues.
Does ward-only or new hybrid system have best chance of voter-approval?