A month after Tucson’s — and once the world’s — largest dog has scampered off to that great dog park in the sky, the community is paying tribute to him with a day of service.
A new downtown courthouse is going to cost the county an extra $12.5 million.
The proposed Kinder Morgan Sierrita pipeline could cost taxpayers $11.2 million in its first year of operation.
A massive tent, lined with heated kennels, will soon be the temporary home for some dogs housed at Pima Animal Care Center.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry has challenged Supervisor Ally Miller to give prosecutors evidence that county employees are breaking the law, as she says, or shut up.
Roughly a year into its lease with Pima County, a biotech startup needs more space as it continues to grow.
Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll has done the digital equivalent of moving around the block, ditching his campaign-related Twitter account, @ElectRayCarroll, to a new address - @RayCarrollAZ.
Plans to build 196 “luxury casitas” on 15 acres of undeveloped land along Sabino Canyon Road between East River and Cloud roads got a green light from most of the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors has green-lighted a financial audit of the private management company running Colossal Cave Mountain Park.
Colossal Cave Mountain Park will undergo an audit as soon as a criminal investigation into the shooting of a mountain lion earlier this year wraps up.
The battle between Pima County and the city over who owes what for a waterline to the new downtown courthouse could end up in court.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors unanimously decided on Tuesday to make the day after Thanksgiving — better known as Black Friday — a paid county holiday rather than Columbus Day.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors put the brakes on purchasing a former south-side produce warehouse for $1.5 million on Tuesday.
After five years with no raises, Pima County workers' paychecks and patience are spread thin.
State Rep. Ted Vogt didn't want to back down in his bid to be re-elected to the Legislature, despite the mounting evidence - in the form of votes - against him.
Some prime downtown real estate could be back on the market, now that the city won't be joining the county in the new court complex.
Pima County has decided to go it alone and move forward with the project currently being built between Stone and Toole avenues.
It appears the city and county won't be sharing space in a new downtown courts complex after all.
City taxpayers shouldn't be double-billed so Pima County can pay for its new courthouse building, Councilman Steve Kozachik says.
It's become a tradition of sorts for most Pima County voters.