Downtown’s monthly block party could be in jeopardy now that its main financial backer is pulling out at the end of the year.
The final curtain has fallen for the scrappy Beowulf Alley Theatre. The last show, “Savage Bond,” by Tucsonan Steve Holiday, completed its run Nov. 24.
Wildcat Drive Thru Liquors received its third fine this year for selling alcohol to minors.
After more than 400 days of construction and disruption, folks who frequent downtown Tucson will finally see the beginning of the end to streetcar track installation.
Southbound Stone Avenue will be reduced to one lane between Pennington Street and Broadway starting at 8 p.m. tonight.
A new urban garden will take root downtown this September.
If restaurants were people, this one would be that girl.
Describing the existing Tucson Convention Center arena as dreary and dingy, the Rio Nuevo board approved a $7.8 million project to revive the '70s-era event center.
My wife, Loraine, and I live both in Tucson and Portland, Ore., which calls itself, "The City That Works." Tucson appears to be successfully moving toward that same goal.
Downtown Tucson is showing progress, signs of a real downtown. Finally.
The city is gearing up for a project to convert Sixth Avenue to two-way traffic between Broadway and Speedway.
St. Mary's Road and Sixth Street will be closed between Church and Granada avenues starting Saturday morning.
St. Mary’s Road/Sixth Street will be closed between Church and Granada avenues Saturday morning.
The company most actively involved in the redevelopment of downtown's west side is asking to change the terms of its agreement with the city for a third time.
Westbound traffic flows through while eastbound drivers sit in long lines on 22nd Street approaching Kino Parkway. Crews were working on the intersection Friday. Drivers are urged to use Park Avenue instead of Kino from 7 p.m. Sunday to 7 a.m. Monday during lane closures.
A number of street closures and lane restrictions in downtown Tucson could snarl traffic Sunday. Here's what you need to know.
A woman who suffered a traumatic brain injury when she crashed her bicycle on the newly installed streetcar tracks has filed a claim against the Regional Transportation Authority.
Cyclists negotiate the streetcar tracks at Eighth Street and Fourth Avenue while crews work on the overhead cables nearby. The Living Streets Alliance is tracking bicycle crashes on streetcar tracks, with injuries ranging from minor scrapes to broken teeth.
A cyclist heads north on Fourth Avenue alongside the new streetcar tracks. Streetcar project manager Shellie Ginn says the tracks were designed to leave enough room for bikes to navigate the roads safely.