The Pima County Animal Care Center took a step toward easing overcrowding by opening a massive, semipermanent tent for some of its animals.
Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller has asked Arizona Attorney General’s Office to investigate whether the Board of Supervisors retaliated against her when they voted to shift road improvement money from her district.
District 1 Supervisor Ally Miller has a roughly $100 million plan to fix Pima County roads.
The 9,188 square miles of Pima County are now an “immigrant-welcoming” community.
A measure declaring Pima County an “Immigrant Welcoming” community was passed today by the Board of Supervisors.
County supervisors took another step in their protracted fight with the proposed Rosemont Mine, voting to formally object to the location.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors today appointed Demion Clinco to fill a vacant state House seat.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors has unanimously backed a Sahuarita Democrat, Rep. Andrea Dalessandro, to fill vacancy in the state senate.
Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller has made a rare public attack against another supervisor, going after fellow Republican Ray Carroll.
Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry is putting in place a new series of protocols aimed at curbing costs for the county’s single largest expenditure, the Pima County Sheriff’s Department.
It might soon take a little longer to cover the same amount of ground along stretches of Valencia and Silverbell roads.
Precinct committee members with the Democratic Party will decide on finalists to replace State Sen. Linda Lopez late next week.
The second-most-powerful person in the Pima County administration has filed a claim against the county, asking for $6 million in damages.
Drivers with a lead foot take note: 11 speed cameras in unincorporated areas of Pima County will stay on for at least the next week.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry says he has no choice but to ask for a small property tax increase to help fund road repairs.
The company that operates speed-enforcement cameras on Pima County roads is proposing changes it hopes will save its contract — including new cameras in school zones and portable cameras similar to those used by the city of Tucson.
Fights are relatively common inside the overcrowded kennels at the Pima Animal Care Center. Dogs growl, gnash their teeth and bits of flesh are torn as they fight in cramped quarters for limited resources.
There are few things more disconcerting than looking back at a potential never realized.
The county broke ground this week on a massive tented structure to help expand the capacity of the Pima Animal Care Center.
A massive tent, lined with heated kennels, will soon be the temporary home for some dogs housed at Pima Animal Care Center.