For weeks the Tucson City Council has squabbled over the budget.
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 story about the ricin sent to a handful politicians is a pretty gripping crime story. Investigators were looking at an Elvis impersonator with bipolar disorder who was sparring online with a child molesting martial arts master who fronts a blues band. Or as the Pima County Sheriff’s Depa…
Tucson Police Department records show just under $10,000 was spent on 42 police officers who worked at Councilman Steve Kozachik's gun buyback event last January.
After a heated debate, the Tucson City Council voted 4-2 to include a 55-cent-an-hour raise for all 4,918 employees in the next budget, effective no later than Jan. 1, 2014.
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.
The new Walmart store under construction at El Con Mall is at the west end of the complex and is expected to open in the fall.
An employee on scaffolding works at the construction site.
Construction workers put up the north walls of the new Walmart store under construction at El Con Mall.
Residents in the neighborhoods surrounding El Con Mall scored a victory this week when the City Council voted to recommend denial of a liquor license at Tucson's newest Walmart, scheduled to open this fall.
Gun owners might want to double-check the whereabouts of their firearms if a proposed city ordinance passes.
Veterans would prefer that the World War II memorial be placed at Kino Veterans Memorial Park, site of the Korean War Memorial.
The city of Tucson plans to erect a World War II memorial at Armory Park, but a veterans group wants it at Kino Veterans Memorial Park, the site of the Korean War Memorial and the remembrances of the U.S. Marines from Tucson who were killed in action in Korea from Easy Company, 13th Infantry…
What started out as a way for the city of Tucson to honor its veterans has so far only managed anger them.
Supporters of the Ronstadt Transit Center can breathe a bit easier.
Gun-control proponents Judy Aitken, center left, and Karen Clifton (hands in lap) react after the City Council voted to require background checks for gun sales on city-owned or city-managed property.
Margo Newhouse, center, and Karen Clifton, center right, supporters of the Community Committee Against Gun Violence, share a relevant "Doonesbury" comic strip with Councilman Steve Kozachik before the meeting.
Gun-rights supporters Amanda Sipes, left, and Jill Henderson taped their mouths shut in silent protest during the council meeting.
Gun shows that allow individual sales without background checks will be prohibited at the Tucson Convention Center.