In the United States there are approximately as many firearms as inhabitants.
A dog was electrocuted Friday night while racing at Tucson Greyhound Park and a city councilman said it’s the second such death in a month.
Chants of “Si, se puede” erupted in Tucson City Council chambers as dozens cheered the creation of Tucson’s Cesar Chavez holiday on Tuesday night.
Tucson’s officials promised the streetcar would transform downtown. But first it will transform how the festivals along the route operate.
Even if the city eliminates every one of its “nonmandated” programs next year, it will still come up $8 million short of balancing its budget.
Rio Nuevo’s face-lift of the Tucson Convention Center is scheduled to start in a few weeks.
It appears Pima County won’t join the city in its efforts to lure the film industry back to Tucson.
The city is looking to raze the dilapidated building on East Broadway that once housed Panda Buffet.
The city’s stalling on approval for drainage-work permits to keep Fourth Avenue businesses from flooding could derail the entire project and cost taxpayers millions, County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry says.
Tucson took a first step to try to get back into the movie business by approving a local film incentive on Wednesday.
This spring’s Fourth Avenue Street Fair will be forced to drop 71 vendors because of scheduled streetcar testing, officials say.
Bells will ring out at 10:10 this morning to mark the moment three years ago when a young man with a well-known history of mental illness, who nonetheless was able to purchase a gun and accessories to make it more lethally efficient, opened fire. In a matter of seconds he murdered six people…
Rodent droppings and dead cockroaches near a soda fountain and its uncovered reservoir full of ice.
Gun-control talk may have waned recently, but one local elected official is determined to bring it back to the forefront to start 2014.
The federal government has denied a request from the city of Tucson that would have allowed local hospitals to draw down millions of government dollars to cover patients who can’t pay.
Tucson wiped about $10 million off its books Tuesday night.
A tax on Tucson Water that was supposed to expire almost three years ago is still being charged by the city.
Downtown’s monthly block party could be in jeopardy now that its main financial backer is pulling out at the end of the year.
Tucson’s bill for streetcar construction is coming due. And after years of saying the $197 million project cost was accounted for, the city is now staring at a $13 million funding gap.
Tear down La Placita, keep bikes away from the streetcar and build on what you already have.