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 company most actively involved in the redevelopment of downtown's west side is asking to change the terms of its agreement with the city for a third time.
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.
Do neighborhood vandals constantly blight your fence or garage with graffiti?
Tucson now has a business liaison to Mexico.
After decades of struggle, west side residents may finally acquire a share of the park space they have been seeking from the city of Tucson.
The Tucson city council has lost its lone Republican member.
From the left, Mike Swearingen and cousins Aaron Lostutter and Christian Lostutter walk to the sixth hole at Fred Enke Golf Course. The National Park Service has questions about its possible closure to golfers.
A golfer plays along the seventh hole at Fred Enke Golf Course. The city plans to close the course if a private operator doesn't step up.
Residents may be able to tee off at Fred Enke Golf Course a little longer than expected because a recent decision from the National Park Service could extend its life.
Rummage-sale aficionados, take notice.
Sometimes when you're seeking a solution for an intractable problem, it's better to listen than talk.
City taxpayers have had to pay out hundreds of thousands of dollars in settlements for events that were double-booked at the Tucson Convention Center.
A sus 87 años, el residente del barrio Menlo Park y escalador desde joven, Gilbert Escandón Jiménez, ha visto recompensada su dedicación a la montaña Sentinel Peak.
Gilbert Jiménez conoce muy bien la montaña Sentinel Peak.
Gilbert Escandón Jiménez, a longtime Menlo Park resident and "A" Mountain hiker, relaxes near the trailhead that will soon bear his name. Jiménez, 87, helped to maintain the mountain's trails for more than 70 years.
Gilbert Jiménez knows his way around Sentinel Peak.
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.