A Mexican company is moving into Tucson with plans to ramp up production of liquefied sugar cane to compete with widely used high-fructose corn syrup.
HERMOSILLO, Sonora — The governors of Arizona and Sonora announced Friday that they will jointly travel to Israel to support an effort to recruit technology companies to the region with complementary resources on both sides of the border.
An independent Mexican airline hopes to restore international service to Tucson as soon as this summer.
In Arizona, we grew up learning about the Five C’s. Cattle, citrus, copper, cotton and climate played important roles in our history.
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild is asking residents to ring bells in unison next Wednesday morning to commemorate the victims and survivors of the Jan. 8, 2011 shooting.
A proposal in the Windy City to tax cyclists to generate revenue isn’t gaining any traction with local leaders.
The Downtown Parade of Lights is this evening.
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild has a simple message for those crossing streets in cars, on bikes or in their shoes: Look twice, Tucson.
As someone who grew up in Tucson I have seen the best and worst of our city, and I feel it is headed in the wrong direction.
Recent community protests and last month’s 9th U.S. Circuit Court ruling striking additional sections of SB 1070 have brought Arizona’s infamous “papers, please” law back into the public spotlight. How we address this issue affects the security of our city and future opportunities for Tucson…
McDonald’s restaurants across the state are hosting a Family Reading Day Saturday.
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?
Oro Valley Town Council member Mike Zinkin is the target of a recall effort.
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.
Typical Tucson scenes: A woman taking a walk pushes her baby in a stroller along the side of a residential street.
City business and political leaders have endorsed the notion of having a new interstate run through the Tucson region, saying they fear the area will become economically irrelevant without it.
Deference among City Council members may not break the law, but it could hurt Tucson.
About 75 Tucsonans will soon be new volunteer reading coaches. Will you join them?
Met with Obama in Phoenix
One local pol got a chance to chat up President Obama on Tuesday. Mayor Jonathan Rothschild pitched a Southern Arizona road expansion project to the president as a means to possibly solve some pressing economic and border issues.