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.
The Tucson City Council didn't accept Rio Nuevo's latest proposal to settle their long-standing dispute but didn't reject it outright, either.
Taxpayer money won't be going to save the crumbling Marist College building after all. And with a deal between the city and Catholic Diocese of Tucson to save the historic property falling apart, a statement issued by the church raises the question of how long the downtown landmark will remain.
The Marist College building is the only three-story unfired adobe structure remaining in Arizona, the Diocese of Tucson says.
The Tucson City Council has authorized suing the builder and/or architect for the Martin Luther King Jr. Apartments renovation over more than $1 million in defective flooring installed at the downtown public housing complex.
It took more than an hour of discussion, but the Tucson City Council tentatively approved spending $1.1 million to stabilize Marist College, a crumbling downtown landmark owned by the Catholic Diocese of Tucson.
City Councilwoman Karin Uhlich said Tuesday that fellow Democrat Paul Cunningham should consider resigning after allegedly making a string of alcohol-fueled inappropriate sexual comments to three top female city officials at a bar in San Diego.
City Councilwoman Karin Uhlich said Tuesday fellow Democrat Paul Cunningham should consider resigning after allegedly making a string of alcohol-fueled inappropriate sexual comments to a number of top female city officials at a bar in San Diego.