Tucson's colorful history, cultural diversity and unique natural setting would share star billing in a proposed "geotourism center" near downtown.
City Councilman Steve Kozachik’s planned roast is set to begin at 6 p.m. this evening.
What started out as an opportunity for residents to spend Monday evening with local politicians in a lighthearted atmosphere took on a more sinister tone recently.
Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik said politicians from both parties made promises after the Jan. 8, 2011, shootings to set partisanship aside and work together on the region's issues.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors picked up its first new member since 2003 Tuesday night.
In the race for the Board of Supervisors District 3 seat, voters have a choice between experience and youth when they head to the polls this November.
Supervisor candidates clashed over how to improve Pima County's troubled economy and strained relationship with the city of Marana at a candidate forum Thursday.
Incumbent Sharon Bronson, a Democrat, is our choice for re-election to the Pima County Board of Supervisors from District 3. The area includes much of western Pima County.
Democrat seeks fifth term.
Republican says new blood is needed.
In District 3, voters will have a choice between youth and experience when they head to the polls this November to select their next county supervisor.
The Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce did not endorse self-described business-friendly Republican candidate Tanner Bell for a seat on the Pima County Board of Supervisors.
County supervisors will ask the city to change Tucson Water's service policy to allow stalled building projects to move forward.
It's become a tradition of sorts for most Pima County voters.
Former University of Arizona football player Tanner Bell, 28, is a Republican running for the District 3 seat on the Board of Supervisors.
Republican Tanner Bell will attempt to unseat Democratic Pima County Supervisor Sharon Bronson, who is seeking in her fifth term in District 3.
Lorilei Peters, who owns an equestrian center that flooded at
the end of July after a dirt berm on neighboring property broke, is
still fighting for compensation for the damage her property
suffered, and she has added to her initial claim.