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No one likes having their picture taken from one of the 11 speed cameras on Pima County roads. But the cameras are doing their job - improving safety and saving lives.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors will buy a 21,000-square-foot warehouse at 1680 E. Benson Highway for roughly $1.5 million.
If you are planning on participating in the Pima County Public Library's Summer Reading Program, don't forget to sign up Friday.
Many of us have faced financial difficulty over the past few years. And many face a lower credit score as a result.
Part of the area to be developed includes the Rocking K Ranch. This picture shows the ranch area in February 2008 in the Rincon Valley area on the far-east side of town, on East Old Spanish Trail
After nearly a quarter-century of planning and controversy, the huge Rocking K development next to Saguaro National Park East should be ready to start construction within two years, the project's chief says.
The three-hour open house on the proposed county budget to let residents learn more about how tax dollars will be spent seemed to focus more on the "whys" behind the spending than the "wheres."
Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry wants to pull the plug on the 11 speed cameras installed on county roads.
A 29-year-old man was arrested and is facing charges that he killed a 3-month-old infant being cared for by his live-in girlfriend.
Early childhood ed students recognized
Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller will host her own budget town hall on Friday, grilling the county staff about the proposed fiscal 2014 budget.
Call it the county road show.
An aerial view shows the disputed guesthouse at lower right. Most of the neighbors who attended Tuesday's Board of Supervisors meeting opposed the variance request.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors wants a west-side resident to tear down his $135,000 guesthouse, which was erected too close to Gates Pass Road.
William Timmins' guesthouse, at 4870 W. McElroy Drive, is too close to Gates Pass Road, which has been designated a scenic highway. A 1984 rule says homes must be built at least 85 feet north of the road. The guesthouse, valued at $135,000, must be demolished, supervisors ruled.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry wants the Pima County Board of Supervisors to flex its political muscle at the Legislature to support raising taxes.