A developer is asking to rezone 45 acres of vacant land next to Ironwood Ridge High School for a new housing development.
A bill in the statehouse slashing funding for libraries has been gutted.
In honor of the rodeo, which kicks off with the famous Rodeo Parade on Thursday, most of Tucson’s kids have a four-day weekend. Lucky for us, there are free or cheap things to do around town to keep them busy.
The four Republican candidates for Congress in Arizona’s District 1 will debate in SaddleBrooke Wednesday.
The Oro Valley Police Department is asking for help locating two people suspected of being involved in a credit card scam.
Gov. Jan Brewer was in Oro Valley on Tuesday to tour two of the area’s biggest biotech employers, and she came away impressed.
There are times when looking at a big issue through lenses that focus on many, smaller, contributing parts can mask very damaging effects.
Scrapped airplanes get new life from Raytheon engineer in Oro Valley backyard
Several mailboxes were broken into in Oro Valley over the weekend.
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Sunnyside Superintendent Manuel Isquierdo owes almost $57,000 in federal taxes, adding to the list of financial woes he has experienced since he arrived in Tucson.
After years of planning, a major mixed-use development is going up at North Oracle Road at First Avenue in Oro Valley.
District 1 Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller will again be part of the town of Oro Valley's holiday parade.
An Oro Valley company is working to move promising drug discoveries from the lab to the medical marketplace.
A local high-tech startup has won $3.2 million in additional funding from its parent companies that will help it expand development and production of glass components for semiconductor chips.
When you confront mortality on a daily basis, you develop a deep appreciation for the gift of life.
Oro Valley Town Council member Mike Zinkin is the target of a recall effort.
A jury in Pima County Superior Court found a man and a woman accused of an Oro Valley home invasion guilty on Friday.
The family of a man killed in a barrage of gunfire during a SWAT raid at a home southwest of Tucson has settled a lawsuit with four police agencies involved in the operation.
A 66-year-old Oro Valley widow said she used Facebook to identify the assailants who forced their way into her home, bound her hands and feet, and stole her jewelry.