Pima County got the green light to take legal action against the city for hundred of thousands of dollars of what it considers excessive construction costs for a waterline to the new county courthouse.
PHOENIX — A Phoenix fire deputy chief has sued the city for sexual harassment after he says he was demoted for complaining about a prank involving genitalia-shaped pasta.
Lewd behavior at a Tucson fire station that a firefighter has called a sexual assault resulted in the demotion of a captain and could cost taxpayers $500,000, records show.
Pay $100,000 and we'll forget the whole thing. That was the bottom-line message of an otherwise cordial letter that Bill Nelson, president of Tucson's GLHN Architects and Engineering, received Oct. 1.
PHOENIX - The Arizona Students' Association is asking a federal judge to void a vote by the Board of Regents changing how its fees are collected, claiming it was retaliatory.
Macho B in February 2009, after he was first captured in a trap set by researchers and fitted with a radio collar.
The Arizona Daily Star filed a lawsuit Wednesday in federal court against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeking the criminal investigation documents into the capture and death of a jaguar known as Macho B.
In case you haven't heard, Frank Jarvis Atwood, one of Arizona's longest residents on death row, is suing the state because he's not getting to visit his priest as often as he would like.
Senate President Andy Biggs says the $500,000 will let commission lawyers be ready for a trial set to begin in March.
PHOENIX - State lawmakers grudgingly approved $500,000 Thursday to keep the Independent Redistricting Commission in business - and help it fight the Legislature.
It seemed like the start of a beautiful friendship last summer, when a Tucson-based mining company and an Alaska native company signed an agreement for explaratory drilling at a huge copper and gold site.
Yuma County Sheriff Leon Wilmot, left, accepted the Sheriff's Office command flag from outgoing Sheriff Ralph Ogden, center, during a change-of-command ceremony held at the Yuma County Fairgrounds in Yuma on Friday.
Longest-serving sheriff in Yuma County to retire
Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems has fired back at a lawsuit filed by a former development partner who alleges Raytheon stole its trade secrets involving a warhead for the Tomahawk cruise missile.
The day that Thomas Curtin began to wonder why his early ballot hadn't arrived, he received a letter from the Pima County Recorder's Office asking him to verify his signature.
A Tucson woman is suing a local health-care provider, claiming a piece of medical equipment pulled out her hair and could have crushed her head.
The mother of a Tucson teen who was shot and killed on Mount Lemmon has filed a lawsuit against a woman who was acquitted in his death last fall.
The Sunnyside Unified School District has reached a settlement with a former academic coach who said her contract was not renewed after she alleged cheating at an elementary school two years ago.
TUSD has agreed to pay a former school psychologist $180,000 to settle a claim that she was retaliated against for advocating for students with disabilities.
PHOENIX - Challengers to the state's open primary system want another two hours to argue in court there are not enough valid signatures to put the measure on the ballot.