Go through databases from crime maps to restaurant inspections to border deaths.
As the NCAA and schools reap millions from TV deals, players ask for a cut.
Eight residents file a claim against Pima County.
In stark contrast, most kids five years ago traveled with a parent.
Golden Phoenix, El Herradero, Mother Hubbard’s, Noble Hops, Los Primos, Tacos Apson
Outside spending in 2 tight contests has exceeded $13 million since primary.
Board insists students not be asked about their citizenship.
Former superintendent's allies safe until contracts expire.
Emails show TUSD finance experts' frustration over costly decisions.
Home-repair program highlights lack of ethics rules
Staff knew boy had history of sexual issues, her mother says.
They're going into group facilities, not foster care, at twice the national average.
Assurances of company's future here might not be as firm as we thought.
Partner in segment of planned 500-mile line to N.M. says Tucson Electric overshot its authority.
Official with Mexican environmental agency explains why authorities couldn't stop spill and how they'll hold the company accountable.
The Arizona Medical Board had a backlog of more than 700 applications.
Z Market was also in violation in December. It is fined $1,500.
One "no" leaves the housing project lacking the unanimous vote it needed.
Deputy superintendent's assessment of district finances should be warning to all of us.
College creates nine “fast action teams” charged with making quick fixes.
She speaks out after instigating largest false-claims settlement in Arizona history.
State decision prevents families from learning what happened inside assisted-living homes.
Five of them are in the TUSD and Sunnyside districts.
Attack ad shows desperation, says the congressional challenger.
Ducey, DuVal trot out well-worn "weasel words."
Architecture instructor is reprimanded. Campus officials don't want to talk about it.
If defendants not competent to help defend themselves, judges have no choice.
But Pima County medical examiner is still busy trying to identify remains.
Deluge of political ads driving you batty? Sorry, no relief in sight.
Half were in trouble with the health department earlier this year, too.