Tucson police officers got new orders from the City Council on how to enforce SB 1070.
Tucsonans voted resoundingly for more of the same this year, electing all three Democratic incumbents to new terms on the City Council.
City voters will begin receiving their ballots this weekend for this year’s City Council races and propositions.
Trying to locate someone within the city’s bureaucracy to answer a simple question can be frustrating and time-consuming for small-business owners.
While two city councilmen opposed a measure to delay seeking applications from developers on how to transform the Ronstadt Transit Center, they had very different reasons behind their decisions.
Members of the Tucson Bus Riders Union accused the City Council of betrayal after it voted to move forward with a plan that could transform the Ronstadt Transit Center downtown into a mixed-use transit hub.
After failing to include federally-required sidewalks in its $100 million road-bond package, the city is tapping into a loan program intended to create long-term jobs and stimulate the local economy to make up for the funding shortfall
The vans start pulling into the parking lot below Patrick McCarthy’s second-floor office window about 2:30 every afternoon.
Typical Tucson scenes: A woman taking a walk pushes her baby in a stroller along the side of a residential street.
Deference among City Council members may not break the law, but it could hurt Tucson.
Same-sex couples could receive greater legal recognition if the Tucson City Council approves proposed changes to its domestic-partner registry.
Republican Ben Buehler-Garcia is taking another shot at capturing the Ward 3 City Council seat.
After a heated debate, the Tucson City Council voted 4-2 to include a 55-cent-an-hour raise for all 4,918 employees in the next budget, effective no later than Jan. 1, 2014.
Supporters of the Ronstadt Transit Center can breathe a bit easier.
Gun shows that allow individual sales without background checks are now prohibited at the Tucson Convention Center.
The Tucson City Council is expected to vote Feb. 5 to require background checks on all gun purchases on city-owned or -managed property - even if it means triggering a fight with the Legislature.
Tucson taxpayers will foot the bill for nearly $1 million in damages after a city employee improperly marked a waterline location.
On the heels of the Newtown, Conn., tragedy, the Tucson City Council is seeking local control of its gun laws.