If you feel overwhelmed by the glut of abandoned shopping carts clogging Tucson's parks and neighborhood washes, the City Council has created a task force to respond to the problem and is soliciting members.
Gun shows could be a thing of the past at the Tucson Convention Center if Councilman Steve Kozachik gets his way.
Tucson taxpayers will foot the bill for nearly $1 million in damages after a city employee improperly marked a waterline location.
City Councilman Steve Kozachik's somewhat controversial gun buyback has been set for Tuesday at 9 a.m.
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.
A first-of-its-kind downtown high-rise moved into the final stage of the city's new tax-incentive process Tuesday afternoon.
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.
The City Council voted 6-1 to annex and rezone property near River and Craycroft roads, despite the reservations of the city's zoning examiner.
Progress has been stalled on plans for the mixed-use development called Rio Verde Village.
An insatiable appetite for new sales-tax revenue is leading the city of Tucson into a suspect preannexation and rezoning agreement for land around East River and North Craycroft roads, according to County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry.
A just-released report has concluded Councilman Paul Cunningham sexually harassed three female city employees while on a business trip to San Diego in May.
Expedia, Travelocity and other online travel companies could wind up paying more to the city.
Just two years after the new $23 million Martin Luther King Jr. Apartments went up downtown, the complex is facing $1 million-plus in crumbling floor tiles.
A public discussion of who paid for what on an economic-development junket to San Diego that left one Tucson City Council member's political career in jeopardy will have to wait until June 12, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild said Thursday.
U.S. District Court Judge Cindy K. Jorgenson has dismissed the federal lawsuit the Occupy Tucson movement filed against the City of Tucson.
Occupy Tucson participants will not be moving back into Veinte
de Agosto Park because a U.S. District Court judge Thursday denied
an attorney's motion to temporarily stop the city from enforcing
the city code that prohibits camping in city parks.
Tucson Police may have forced participants of Occupy Tucson to
pack up their belongings and leave Veinte de Agosto Park Wednesday
night, but a local attorney is holding out hope they may be able to