When most workers retire before they are Medicare-eligible at 65, they have to bear the costs of health insurance on their own.
A recent Arizona Supreme Court decision overturning a 2011 law designed to keep pension costs down could cost Tucson millions of dollars.
Even if the city eliminates every one of its “nonmandated” programs next year, it will still come up $8 million short of balancing its budget.
A tax on Tucson Water that was supposed to expire almost three years ago is still being charged by the city.
Tucson has plenty of financial troubles looming in the near future.
The city appointed a new finance director earlier this week.
For weeks the Tucson City Council has squabbled over the budget.
From the left, Mike Swearingen and cousins Aaron Lostutter and Christian Lostutter walk to the sixth hole at Fred Enke Golf Course. The National Park Service has questions about its possible closure to golfers.
A golfer plays along the seventh hole at Fred Enke Golf Course. The city plans to close the course if a private operator doesn't step up.
Residents may be able to tee off at Fred Enke Golf Course a little longer than expected because a recent decision from the National Park Service could extend its life.
The Fred Enke Golf Course's days are numbered. The Tucson City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to shut down the course and turn it into a "natural passive park" at the end of June 2013 unless an outside management group is willing and able to step in and turn Enke, not to mention the rest …
If you enjoy walking the links at Fred Enke Golf Course, you might want to schedule your tee time before it's too late.
Larry Robbins and grandson Zak Freeland, 12, putt on the practice greens at the Fred Enke Golf Course last week. The City Council today voted to close Tucson’s Fred Enke Golf Course.
Potholes making your daily commute an obstacle course? Gaping crevices threatening the life of your alignment?
If you feel a tad underpaid in your current job, you may want to consider dropping off an application at the city of Tucson or Pima County.
Despite being together less than a month, the reconstituted Rio Nuevo board managed to pass budget of just over $11 million Friday.
City officials and Rio Nuevo District auditors will meet this week to discuss what documents the city must provide to account for $33.8 million in questionable costs alleged in the district's recently released west-side audit, city Finance Director Kelly Gottschalk said.
The city needs to explain the $33.8 million of questioned expenses alleged in the Rio Nuevo audit, Councilman Steve Kozachik says.
Saying the city of Tucson is obligated to explain the $33.8 million of questioned costs alleged in the Rio Nuevo audit, council member Steve Kozachik has placed an item on Tuesday’s agenda directing city staff to provide some explanation for the unaccounted for money.