County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry calls it a “Band-Aid,” but it is unclear what the Pima County Board of Supervisors will eventually call it.
Quality roads make sure we can do all the things that make up our daily existence; from arriving at work on time to dashing to the grocery store or the doctor’s office or soccer practice.
A new downtown courthouse is going to cost the county an extra $12.5 million.
The proposed Kinder Morgan Sierrita pipeline could cost taxpayers $11.2 million in its first year of operation.
A tent city, built with taxpayer money, will go to the dogs next year.
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.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry has challenged Supervisor Ally Miller to give prosecutors evidence that county employees are breaking the law, as she says, or shut up.
A landowner has filed a lawsuit against the county charging civil-rights violations and breach of contract.
The criminal behind the killing of thousands of plants at Pima County Native Plant Nursery last month now has a bounty on his or her head.
Pima County is threatening to pull its funding from an increasingly controversial road project if the city doesn’t build it as originally planned.
The new time-and-temperature clock might end up looking exactly like the old time-and-temperature clock.
Monitoring and management are needed both to protect taxpayers' investment in open space and to meet the federal legal requirements of the county's conservation programs.
The Pima County Bond Advisory Committee drove another nail in the coffin of next year’s proposed bond election, voting to back County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry’s recommendation to wait another year.
The western borders of the Tortolita Mountain Park will grow by another 800 acres in the coming months.
Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry recommends that the county wait until 2015 to ask voters to approve millions in new bond projects. Given the financial circumstances of the voters and the county, it makes sense.
None of the 144 projects being considered by the Pima County Bond Advisory Committee are likely to make it to the ballot next year.
The price to see the 230 species of native mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects and birds at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is about to go up.
Davidson Canyon and Cienega Creek — linchpin issues for many who oppose the Rosemont Mine — aren’t in as big a danger from mine impacts as many people think, the U.S. Forest Service says.
Pima County and South Tucson officials have struck a long-term deal to finally pay off the city’s $1.9 million in delinquent jail fees and interest.