For Star subscribers: Sen. Justine Wadsack came out fast in the Legislature, passing hot-button bills while sharing conspiracies and insults online. She's already facing a possible recall, though.
For Star subscribers: Sen. Jake Hoffman, R-Queen Creek, says SB 1694 helps people be treated as equals by banning diversity, equity and inclusion programs from local governments and Arizona's university system.
For Star subscribers: Longtime chef-owner Jonathan Landeen is pulling the trigger on retirement, passing the proverbial cleaver to new Tucson owners.
For Star subscribers: The shop features cocktails and Costa Rican cigars in 42 varieties. The cost varies from $10 to $84 per cigar.
For Star subscribers: The measure, written in the name of affordable housing, was rejected due to cities' opposition. Here's what the lawmaker is changing to try to save it.
For Star subscribers: As employers struggle to find qualified workers, Pima Community College and high schools are investing in facilities and training programs.
For Star subscribers: Conservative advocacy group wants judge to quash new law exposing "dark money'' political donors.
For Star subscribers: Senator wants constitutional debt limit set in 1912 — but regularly skirted — to be strictly enforced, despite the difference in today's dollars.
For Star subscribers: A legislative proposal would take away the option that's popular with Arizona voters of both major political parties.
For Star subscribers: The federal plan to conserve enough Colorado River water to raise Lake Mead 10 feet this year could delay the onset of mandatory, uncompensated cuts to Tucson CAP supply.
For Star subscribers: The Pima County attorney chose not to exonerate Louis Taylor in the deadly 1970 Pioneer Hotel fire because her legal career was threatened, a sworn affidavit from a surprising source alleged.
For Star subscribers: Here's what environmentalists, business groups and neighborhood activists like about the new vision, as well as the "big lifts" and other concerns they worry about.
For Star subscribers: All state agencies under Hobbs' control are now prohibited from discriminating against workers based on hair texture and style.
For Star subscribers: Lawyers representing the family of Angela Heath-Fox say Pima County was negligent in hiring and keeping the constable who also was killed in the shooting on the job.
For Star subscribers: Pima County Attorney Laura Conover reversed her plan to exonerate Louis Taylor — the man freed in the case after 42 years in prison — but changed her mind after pressure from Phoenix lawyers, court records show.
For Star subscribers: A mix of homes, shops, fitness, entertainment, restaurants and hotels are planned for the site, which was purchased for $7.6 million.
For Star subscribers: The GOP senator, who calls reports of a Jan. 6 riot "a sham,'' is going after judges who sanction attorneys — such as his own — for filing what they decide are frivolous claims.
For Star subscribers: A legislative proposal to override zoning laws in Arizona's cities appears dead, but the problem of inadequate housing persists. Tucson's guest-house program shows the city should move faster.
For Star subscribers: Four jurors from Christopher Clements' mistrial in the slaying of Tucson child Isabel Celis said the deadlock stemmed from one person who refused to deliberate. "We had a little girl counting on us," one said.
For Star subscribers: The popular salad bar operated from 1996 until the pandemic forced its closure in 2020.
For Star subscribers: The legislation would make it illegal to use public funds for programs that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, and includes other prohibitions as well.
For Star subscribers: The shop sells both sweet and savory bowls with fresh ingredients.
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For Star subscribers: American congressmen are threatening military force across the border, and Mexico's president is firing back. He has a good point: In the end, the fentanyl problems is ours.
For Star subscribers: Tucson has seen 61 applications for casitas since the city approved their use in December 2021, but none have been constructed yet.
For Star subscribers: The scion of Tucson's famous Italian restaurant family has dove into his passion for burgers.
For Star subscribers: The U.S. Army established Fort Lowell 150 years ago — but that's only part of the story of one of Tucson's richest historical areas.
For Star subscribers: The ruling comes over the objections of groups trying to convince the federal court judge that the law is flawed and interferes with doctor-patient relationships.
For Star subscribers: House members voted for the measure despite the fact their own building has a metal detector to keep armed constituents out. The schools bill, already approved by the Senate, is one step away from passage.
For Star subscribers: Efforts are ramping up again to change how Tucson elects its City Council. That's as it should be: It's an unfair system. Better that Tucsonans make changes than have them imposed.
For Star subscribers: Two groups, including a Virginia organization founded by conservative Republicans, go to court to overturn process used to verify signatures on early ballot envelopes.