It's hard not to despair over intractable problems, but local people are trying new approaches to homelessness.
Testy exchange shows just how much some GOP lawmakers revile the state board.
Even when we're not conscious of it, we react in ways to fend off the big inevitability.
The attacks in Virginia last week revived the "civil discourse" effort that began in Tucson.
Trump's symbolic border wall led to symbolic resolutions against it and a final symbolic counter-resolution.
Taxpayers may also be subsidizing countersuit against former athlete and her lawyer.
The senator's questioning of former FBI director James Comey made little sense.
The state can do one simple thing to improve access to medical marijuana — reduce fees.
The bribery indictment of big Phoenix political players should awaken us to systemic legal corruption.
Mary Sally Matiella, a former high-ranking official in the U.S. Army, is exciting some Democrats.
An exacting consumer searches for the perfect workaday Tucson chapeau.
The Old Pueblo has long been a place for Sonorans, Sinaloans to own second homes, for shopping or lying low.
Miller surprises supervisors by expressing conditional support for a new sales tax for roads. Plus other topics.
It's a good time to lay down some ground rules for the growing UA domain in the heart of the city.
12-year-old arrested by Tucson police in case that also led to arrest of counselor, administrator
At least that's the message sent by Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry.
We need a place like this, that celebrates civic participation in government while memorializing those who were killed and wounded six years ago.
There's a way to guarantee revenue for nonstop flights without dipping into general funds.
While Trump is mired in the FBI mess, Democrats circle Martha McSally in CD 2 — and much more.
Democrats made a play for relevance, but in the end the GOP had the power.
Basis head of school celebrated, while UHS principal waxed ambivalent in letters to parents.
Fans of downtown's old brick buildings can only hope for complementary new buildings.