Why do we Tucson reporters love to cover Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller so much?
PHOENIX — Saying it will protect students from “maniacal, homicidal” killers, a House panel voted Wednesday to let schools designate one employee at each site to have access to a gun.
Rio Nuevo wants the state Legislature to loosen the purse strings so the district can start putting money toward projects other than a hotel.
Sunnyside Superintendent Manuel Isquierdo owes almost $57,000 in federal taxes, adding to the list of financial woes he has experienced since he arrived in Tucson.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department will get about $10 million over a decade from Rosemont Copper for land, water rights and wildlife projects to compensate for impacts of the proposed Rosemont Mine, the department announced Tuesday.
The recipient of this week’s Ben’s Bell is Mark Irvin, board member and interim CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson.
More than 2,500 people came out to learn the history and experience the nostalgia at last year’s inaugural Tucson Modernism Week.
The Sunnyside Unified School District will open traditional polling sites the district’s November budget override election.
Arizona Theatre Company expects to end its 2013 fiscal year $1 million in the red — more than double the deficit when ATC’s managing director took over two years ago.
The Sunnyside Unified School District governing board voted Tuesday night to cut 18 teachers and shut down its Family Resource and Wellness Center.
2012 nominee for Best Americana Album says Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences changed the rules after her.
The Tucson Unified School District will move forward with cutting assistant principals, counselors, librarian assistants, human resource workers and other positions in an effort to close a $17 million budget gap.
An Amphitheater School District board member announced his resignation on Tuesday.
The Tucson Unified School District board unanimously approved a set of criteria late Tuesday night that will allow district officials to pick schools to consider closing and consolidating.
TUSD board member Mark Stegeman wants to return to district classrooms seven books removed as part of the elimination of Mexican American Studies courses.
Miguel Cuevas has been selected to take over the presidency of the TUSD Governing Board through the remainder of the calendar year.
Mark Stegeman has decided to step down from his post as president of the TUSD Governing Board.
Why is it that TUSD is a place where efforts to improve the
district somehow make it worse? No, I'm not talking about Mark
Stegeman. This is about last week's bus debacle, which left
thousands of students stranded across the city.