More details are available about wasteful spending and financial management problems at the Tucson-based Udall Foundation, an audit report obtained by the Star shows.
Six months ago, Arizona Theatre Company wasn’t sure it would be able to finish this season, let alone plan for a new one.
PHOENIX — The Governing Board of the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind has directed the Attorney General’s Office to begin negotiating a possible resolution of Superintendent Robert Hill’s contract.
After months of testing the waters, a citizens group launched a recall drive Monday against the two longest-serving members of Pima Community College’s Governing Board.
The possibility of moving University High School to its own campus is no longer on the table, leaving the award-winning school to continue its partnership with Rincon High for now.
The recipient of this week’s Ben’s Bell is Mark Irvin, board member and interim CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson.
PHOENIX — Saying he’s shown no evidence of “actual bias” by the state clemency board, an attorney for the state on Sunday asked a federal appeals court to rebuff a last-minute bid by Edward Schad to delay his scheduled Wednesday execution.
The Sunnyside Unified School District hired Superintendent Manuel Isquierdo’s brother-in-law as an on-campus school monitor despite knowing he had a felony drug conviction.
Walmart won’t get another chance to plead its case before the Arizona State Liquor Board for a beer and wine license at its new El Con store.
A community group tasked with refining a vision for Tucson announced Monday it is "transitioning to an all-volunteer staff." Two employees and three contract workers were let go.
Pima Community College has taken a small but crucial step forward in its quest to get off probation in two years.
Mark Cole, Arizona Theatre Company’s managing director, resigned Tuesday.
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.
An influential group of local business leaders plans to pressure longtime members of Pima Community College’s Governing Board to resign, and is preparing to lead a recall effort if they don’t step down.
Pima Community College has been placed on probation by its accreditor.
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.
As the TUSD Governing Board considers closing more schools, one member is proposing the expansion and relocation of the award-winning University High.
TUSD Governing Board member Mark Stegeman will take part in a live chat with readers today at 3 p.m.
The public has a chance to weigh in next week on the qualities they'd like to see in the next leader of Pima Community College.