The system could cost $300,000 each year for maintenance and new federal programs could make it virtually obsolete.
The latest updates related to COVID-19 in Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Proposition 411 passed with 73% of the vote.
The city’s asking for an extension of the tax it says could generate $740 million to improve every city neighborhood street over the next decade.
The county's share of the property tax rate will decrease by about 13 cents, but the overall levy is anticipated to generate $9 million more than last year, thanks mainly to higher property valuations.
Regents had filed copyright suit over Instagram messages that were posted anonymously.
The ballot measure will determine the continuation of Tucson's half-cent sales tax to fund road improvements.
The county's supervisors approved 129 voter center locations Tuesday ahead of the August primary elections.
The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to approve a new personnel policy in response to Chuck Huckelberry's retirement.
Two incumbent justices of the peace will not be on the ballot this year, and there is only one candidate for each of their seats. Plus, news on Ron Watkins' bad night, Aaron Lieberman's ad gamble.
Attorney for secretary of state said attorney general teamed with GOP group to file claim over election manual, then touted lawsuit in campaign information.
The plan to be considered by Pima County includes opening industrial and commercial zones to potential marijuana cultivation and production sites.
Arizona Republican lawmakers pushed the bill allowing parents to sue teachers and other government officials if they “usurp" parents’ upbringing, education, health care and mental health of their children.
Ballots for the transportation-funding initiative are out to voters. Also, Brnovich fundraises off of election report and there's a new candidate in CD 6.
The tax-cut plan approved by Arizona lawmakers scraps the state's progressive income tax structure for a flat rate that critics say benefits the wealthiest.
Brian Kolfage, an Air Force veteran who lived in Tucson, admitted to pocketing hundreds of thousands of dollars while promising all donations would pay for the wall.
Attorneys for Arizona elected officials tell a judge he has no legal authority to keep them off the ballot regardless of any Jan. 6 roles they may have played.
Why did Chuck Huckelberry ask that his retirement as Pima County's administrator be kept secret? That question remains unanswered as a new top boss for the county takes office.
Biological changes can take place relatively early in a person's career, depending on the number of structural fires attended and the length of time spent fighting these fires, a study by the University of Arizona shows.
For Star subscribers: The report highlights dozens of successes and shortcomings of the Regional Transportation Authority’s work, but a $150 million funding shortfall continues to cast a shadow over the program and threaten the future of major road work in Tucson.
For Star subscribers: Sam Credio will have to find a way finish hundreds of miles of repaving and work to boost the city’s road-work funding by 50% — during his first year.
State Rep. Mark Finchem and U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs ask judges to dismiss claims they should be knocked off the 2022 ballot for their roles on Jan. 6.
A national organization files suit contending state Rep. Mark Finchem and U.S. Reps. Paul Gosar and Andy Biggs were involved in "act of insurrection."
The ruling however, does allow for Republican challengers to refile the case in a lower court to provide factual basis for their allegations.
Court says a mother who gives birth to a baby with marijuana in its system cannot be charged with child neglect if she has a doctor's permission to use the drug.