Saturday is International Women’s Day, a 105-year-old annual call to action for women’s equality. But for many women and girls around the world, its most basic promise of freedom remains unfulfilled.
It may come as no surprise to some that Rio Nuevo lacked an official ethics policy.
Today is the first day that critics and opponents of the proposed Rosemont Mine can write formal objections to the project to the U.S. Forest Service.
Every student has the right to learn in a school that is safe and equitable. Conflicts arise daily in schools, and historically schools have used a zero-tolerance approach to discipline students.
Arizona’s recent ban on e-cigarette sales to minors may sound sensible, but some lawmakers and health experts believe it’s actually a step in the wrong direction.
Pima Community College will host a community conversation on Wednesday seeking ways to detect and prevent bullying in the workplace.
A Tucson man convicted of running a real estate investment scam was sentenced to five years in prison.
WICHITA — A central Kansas woman has been sentenced to two years of probation for embezzling more than $211,000 from a feedlot where she worked to pay off losses from her own cattle trading.
A cross-border drug-smuggling tunnel that was under construction was discovered Tuesday during a routine, bi-national inspection of the main storm drain system in Nogales and was shut down by authorities on both sides of the border, according to a news release.
PHOENIX — Calling a woman's rights “unalterably clear” a federal appeals court today struck down Arizona's nearly year-old ban on abortions at 20 weeks and beyond.
Pioneering Tucson pediatrician and internationally recognized scientist Dr. Vincent A. Fulginiti died of cancer March 19. He was 81.
A Tucson man accused of setting a woman on fire four years ago will be going to trial in June after turning down a plea agreement that would’ve given him a life sentence with release possible after 25 years.
A former Tucson loan officer pleaded guilty this week to wire fraud and money laundering and is facing between 18 and 24 months in federal prison.
A former Tucson loan officer pleaded guilty to wire fraud and money laundering Monday in U.S. District Court and is facing between 18 and 24 months in federal prison.
Arizona prosecutors are seeking an execution warrant for a prison inmate who’s been on death row since 1985 for the murder of a Bisbee man.
FLORENCE — Arizona on Wednesday executed a death-row inmate for two gruesome slayings committed 25 years ago.
A just released city report has concluded Council Member Paul Cunningham’s alcohol-influenced behavior on a business trip to San Diego constitutes sexual harassment.
Pima Community College employees soon will be able to file anonymous reports of wrongdoing by their bosses or peers.
PHOENIX — The former chief executive of a Scottsdale-based company has been criminal charged with orchestrating a scheme meant to inflate the firm’s stock price and defraud investors, auditors and regulators.