Go through databases from crime maps to restaurant inspections to border deaths.
Agents were routinely questioned by sheriff's investigators after fatal shooting.
The April shooting death of a bank robber was deemed justified.
New Myers/Ganoung principal was not the top pick for interview committees.
Doug Ducey's campaign releases first attack ad against rival Christine Jones.
The University of Arizona Medical Center's financial outlook is negative, Moody's says.
Somebody hacked our FedEx account to ship fraudulent checks.
First her dad left Guatemala, then her brother. Now it's Karen Soto's turn.
Another Southern Arizona mobile home park sells run-down trailers it doesn't own.
Dr. Rainer Gruessner will argue against his termination at an Aug. 5 hearing.
More than a month before the primary, money pours into congressional races
Budget bill, if it survives, would save the "Warthog."
Deputy County Administrator Martin Willett's last day in July 26.
Newly released data show children with an attorney have better outcomes.
The placements were made through an agency operated by Providence Service Corp.
New immigrant help center site not being disclosed to avoid protests.
Women, children at special risk — which worries activists as illegal crossings soar.
County officials now discourage filing claims with the Board of Supervisors.
Beautiful lands are for sale everywhere — will they be preserved or developed?
They rank near the bottom in base salary but find money elsewhere.
Here's what Tucson consumers need to know.
Judge's ruling raises possibility bill could reach whopping $2.9 billion.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry filed the complaint.
A consulate staffer will visit Tucson next week to check out sites.
The county has developed a timeline for the $7.3$7.3 million project
Last month's incident needs to be investigated and consequences given.
Successful missile defense test means program lives another day.
They'll be partially reimbursed for lost deposits, new owner says.
Foster children more likely than nonfoster kids to be prescribed psychotropics.
State will only release data if the Star pays $175 per hour commercial fee