When an adult "whoops" or "whips" a child, it's wrong.
What are the rules of this new campaign world?
There's a surprising degree of Democratic Party concern over the nominally non-partisan election.
As each new terrorist threat arises — Hamas, al-Qaida, al-Shabab — the alarm is raised again.
Former chancellor is either overly confident or delusional, columnist says.
Gary Kiehne nearly broke a persistent political trend.
Arizona among states being considered for factory.
Company is paying far less in property taxes than in the past.
Lack of competition a worrisome trend.
One of Tucson’s most famous native children doesn’t like our “car culture.”
His company moves, but doesn't kill, unwanted bee hives.
Greg Denker, owner of American bee Comtrol talks with Mel Swinson about removing a hive from a fallen saguaro on the southeast side.
Greg Denker staples netting over the escape routes fr a bee hive in a fallen saguaro.
Greg Denker removes a piece of a fallen saguaro containing g a bee hive from outside a southeast side home.
Bees cluster around pieces of a fallen saguaro where gre Denker's American Bee Control removed a hive earlier this month.
On one ballot, Norville proposal wins 1,000 points out of 1,000 possible.
As we saw in Missouri last week, riot gear ramps up crowds it intends to diffuse.
The latest news and opinion in Tucson politics.
Big bears might make a showing here.
Ask yourself: "Who's got a record of getting things done?"
If board vote were held today, he couldn’t even win a simple majority.
Utility or its parent company tries to sway Arizona Corporation Commission election.
Another Southern Arizona mobile home park sells run-down trailers it doesn't own.
Some officials are trying to do something about the young Central Americans.
His political career depends on the illegal immigration he claims to loathe.
Two physicians are stretching common sense to the breaking point.
The TUSD board president needs to learn about transparency.
Central American migrant crisis revives the border security issue for Arizona politicians.
Last month's incident needs to be investigated and consequences given.
Should Tucson have its name attached a water-line insurance offer?
Challenger David Garcia benefits from incumbent's woes.
Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal was caught making controversial anonymous comments.
A small laboratory just off North Campbell Avenue could be a key site in the fight to solve a terrifying phenomenon: the mass disappearance of honeybees needed to pollinate America’s crops.
This study, published in May 2014, reviews the research on the effect of neonicotinoid insecticides on honey bee colonies.
Terri Franco and Dan McLeod have spent plenty of monsoon seasons living in the bottom of the usually dry Santa Cruz.
Finally, someone came out and said it.
If only the migrant crisis we’re facing today were as simple as our slogans.
If you’re in the Tucson area and you’re homeless, hungry, addicted or mentally ill, there’s a pretty good chance you’ll find your way to the tiny town of South Tucson.
What a disgusting end to a sad chapter.
For all the criticism that Child Protective Services workers get, they figured out the key problems in newborn Roman Barreras’ family right away.
The city of Tucson is gradually dismantling the homeless protest group that has been sleeping on the sidewalk next to Veinte de Agosto Park downtown since Oct. 1.
My 8-year-old has been to Canada twice.
Seeing people walk and run the trail at Randolph Center in midtown Tucson has always given me a bittersweet feeling.
The results in the Sunnyside school board recall election were so unexpectedly lopsided that moments before the early results were posted, recall leader Richard Hernandez told me he thought only one board member would be voted out — Bobby Garcia.
In its response to Beau Hodai's suit demanding public records about the Stingray surveillance device, the city of Tucson defends its decision to redact information and includes affidavits from an FBI agent and a TPD lieutenant.
City Manager Richard Miranda signed this nondisclosure agreement in the early stages of negotiations with Grand Canyon University last year.
Pima County Superior Court Judge Christopher Staring chastised the city of Tucson and ordered it to pay $27,800 in attorneys' fees in part due to the city's "misconduct" in responding to public-records requests.
A Pima County Superior Court judge has given the city of Tucson 27,800 reasons not to get entangled in confidentiality agreements and withholding public records.
John “Flano” Flanagan’s downtown dream died last year, well before Kerstin Block’s was dashed last week.
Attorney General Tom Horne sure has a lot of employees destined for disgruntlement.