A settlement with a company that made asbestos products used in constructing some city buildings will pump up Tucson’s coffers to the tune of $5.5 million.
When most workers retire before they are Medicare-eligible at 65, they have to bear the costs of health insurance on their own.
Conservative think tanks like The Goldwater Institute may be permanently altering who builds our city landmarks and large projects.
The city of Tucson takes a firm position when it comes to violations of its building code or the Americans with Disabilities Act — unless, that is, the violator is the city of Tucson.
A conservative think tank has followed through on its promise to sue the city over an ordinance designed to help local companies get city contracts.
Tucson took a first step to try to get back into the movie business by approving a local film incentive on Wednesday.
A conservative think tank is threatening legal action if the city doesn’t repeal an ordinance designed to help Tucson businesses.
A tax on Tucson Water that was supposed to expire almost three years ago is still being charged by the city.
Tucson police officers got new orders from the City Council on how to enforce SB 1070.
A decade-long legal fight over leaky water pipes critics complain are destroying historic adobe structures in the neighborhood just south of the Tucson Convention Center is going to cost the city almost $2.95 million.
Walmart won’t get another chance to plead its case before the Arizona State Liquor Board for a beer and wine license at its new El Con store.
The battle over who knew what, and when, about Grand Canyon University and El Rio Golf Course continues between the city and a neighborhood group.
The City Council approved an ordinance empowering the issuance of civil-union certificates to domestic partners Tuesday night, giving couples who can't marry a place to record any contracts they've agreed to and greater recognition of their relationship.
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.