While city workers are taking a wait-and-see approach toward collecting damages for late streetcar deliveries, some City Council members say it's time to hit Oregon Ironworks in the pocketbook.
The Tucson City Council is expected to vote Feb. 5 to require background checks on all gun purchases on city-owned or -managed property - even if it means triggering a fight with the Legislature.
Tucson taxpayers will foot the bill for nearly $1 million in damages after a city employee improperly marked a waterline location.
New homes in Tucson will still require gray-water systems to be installed - for now.
The Tucson City Council approved a program Wednesday to encourage shoppers and clerks, like Kathleen O'Dell at Bashas', above, to reduce bag usage. Data on bag usage also will be collected. It was far short of what Councilman Paul Cunningham had sought.
A proposal to force stores to use fewer plastic bags got sacked Wednesday.
The mayor and council voted 6-1 in favor of relocating its courts into the new joint city-county court complex when it opens sometime in the future.
The Fred Enke Golf Course's days are numbered. The Tucson City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to shut down the course and turn it into a "natural passive park" at the end of June 2013 unless an outside management group is willing and able to step in and turn Enke, not to mention the rest …
If you enjoy walking the links at Fred Enke Golf Course, you might want to schedule your tee time before it's too late.
Larry Robbins and grandson Zak Freeland, 12, putt on the practice greens at the Fred Enke Golf Course last week. The City Council today voted to close Tucson’s Fred Enke Golf Course.
Bashas' cashier Kathleen O'Dell loaded plastic bags into a shopping cart on Wednesday. A special city committee is urging that plastic-bag use be reduced through educational programs - and their use be tracked and reported to the city by retailers.
If Tucsonans don't start using fewer plastic bags, in a few years they might not have any plastic bags to use.
This new high-rise housing complex at Fifth Avenue and Sixth Street, west of the University of Arizona, helped spark recent controversy about building heights in the West University Neighborhood.
The city should publish a step-by-step guide for sweeping problems under the rug. It's just become so good at it. That was my first thought after reading the city's report on the Paul Cunningham drunken-sex-talk story.
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.
It took more than an hour of discussion, but the Tucson City Council tentatively approved spending $1.1 million to stabilize Marist College, a crumbling downtown landmark owned by the Catholic Diocese of Tucson.
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.
A just released city report has concluded Council Member Paul Cunningham’s alcohol-influenced behavior on a business trip to San Diego constitutes sexual harassment.