Tucson’s bill for streetcar construction is coming due. And after years of saying the $197 million project cost was accounted for, the city is now staring at a $13 million funding gap.
Downtown visitors will see a giant banner swaying from the 10th floor of City Hall for the next couple of weeks as part of a statewide campaign to refocus attention on HIV and AIDS.
A new downtown courthouse is going to cost the county an extra $12.5 million.
A ranking of major metropolitan areas by the share of new jobs paying high wages shows Tucson outpacing only one other metro area — Detroit.
Just over three months ago, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and a group of nonprofit agencies implemented a plan to end homelessness among area veterans.
Disabled riders on the city’s Sun Van service are closer to catching a break on fares, while at the same time putting more money into city coffers.
McDonald’s restaurants across the state are hosting a Family Reading Day Saturday.
I’m urging Tucsonans to vote yes on Propositions 401 and 402 in this year’s city election. Here’s why.
A serious civil-rights crisis is taking place in Tucson under the watch of Police Chief Robert Villaseñor. What will City Manager Richard Miranda, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and the Tucson City Council do to remedy this monumental civil-rights standoff?
Tucson has plenty of financial troubles looming in the near future.
The Rio Nuevo debacle may have squandered millions of dollars in taxpayer money, but no one will wind up behind bars because of it.
After nearly a decade of delays, the city is putting the finishing touches on its memorial to World War II veterans.
If the quality of Tucson’s future is determined by the strength of its future leaders, the community is in good hands, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild told this year’s 40 Under 40 award winners.
A Tucson-based insurance company is diversifying from covering only government plans and will be part of the Arizona marketplace created under President Obama’s health law.
The United States incarcerates more of its citizens than any other nation in the world — more than 2.2 million nationwide, including 2,088 currently housed at the Pima County jail.
A proposal to eliminate the low-income rate for Sun Van used by many with a serious developmental or physical disability has been rejected.
Tucson won’t be pitching in to help keep the unwanted pet population down.
Typical Tucson scenes: A woman taking a walk pushes her baby in a stroller along the side of a residential street.
We’re nearing our goal of 500 new reading coaches for children in kindergarten through third grade, but we still need your help.
One of the greatest challenges for educators is getting children to show up for school.