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.
A new downtown courthouse is going to cost the county an extra $12.5 million.
As someone who grew up in Tucson I have seen the best and worst of our city, and I feel it is headed in the wrong direction.
Telecommunications giant AT&T took another hit from the Tucson City Council this week.
Rio Nuevo moved another step closer to fixing up the dilapidated Tucson Convention Center.
Tucsonans voted resoundingly for more of the same this year, electing all three Democratic incumbents to new terms on the City Council.
City voters will begin receiving their ballots this weekend for this year’s City Council races and propositions.
The Rio Nuevo debacle may have squandered millions of dollars in taxpayer money, but no one will wind up behind bars because of it.
A high-ranking state administrator is asking the city of South Tucson to consider rescinding a 2008 voter initiative banning steroid injections for racing greyhounds.
Pima County is threatening to pull its funding from an increasingly controversial road project if the city doesn’t build it as originally planned.
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Police departments across the country are equipping officers with body-worn cameras as a way to cut down on complaints from aggrieved suspects.
The state’s rejection of Walmart’s liquor license deal with neighbors means the El Con store will now stay open 24/7.
While two city councilmen opposed a measure to delay seeking applications from developers on how to transform the Ronstadt Transit Center, they had very different reasons behind their decisions.
Members of the Tucson Bus Riders Union accused the City Council of betrayal after it voted to move forward with a plan that could transform the Ronstadt Transit Center downtown into a mixed-use transit hub.
After failing to include federally-required sidewalks in its $100 million road-bond package, the city is tapping into a loan program intended to create long-term jobs and stimulate the local economy to make up for the funding shortfall
Walmart won’t get another chance to plead its case before the Arizona State Liquor Board for a beer and wine license at its new El Con store.