Rio Nuevo’s renovation of the Tucson Convention Center starts Monday.
Tucson is at a crossroads, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild said in his State of the City speech.
Tucson’s officials promised the streetcar would transform downtown. But first it will transform how the festivals along the route operate.
Rio Nuevo’s face-lift of the Tucson Convention Center is scheduled to start in a few weeks.
If you're looking to refresh your kids' wardrobes without spending a bunch of money, the Just Between Friends consignment sale started today.
Rio Nuevo’s about to get into the parking lot business.
Rio Nuevo wants the state Legislature to loosen the purse strings so the district can start putting money toward projects other than a hotel.
Rodent droppings and dead cockroaches near a soda fountain and its uncovered reservoir full of ice.
Elevator upgrades at Tucson police headquarters were supposed to wrap up in September.
Tear down La Placita, keep bikes away from the streetcar and build on what you already have.
A deputy police chief took the reins of Tucson Convention Center earlier this week.
Rio Nuevo can breathe easily now that its statutory audit is behind it for another three years.
Rio Nuevo moved another step closer to fixing up the dilapidated Tucson Convention Center.
The audit of the Rio Nuevo downtown redevelopment district released last week provides Tucson and the board that oversees the projects a study in lost opportunity while offering strong common-sense recommendations to make our urban core stronger.
A decade-long legal fight over leaky water pipes critics complain are destroying historic adobe structures in the neighborhood just south of the Tucson Convention Center is going to cost the city almost $2.95 million.
Rio Nuevo received a bit of good news this week when the Arizona Office of the Auditor General released its most recent audit of district finances.
If you're looking to add a furry friend to your home, Pima Animal Care Center has waived adoption fees on cats and dogs during the home show, taking place this weekend at Tucson Convention Center, 260 South Church Ave.
The Rio Nuevo debacle may have squandered millions of dollars in taxpayer money, but no one will wind up behind bars because of it.
Shakespeare once asked, “What’s in a name?”
The dilapidated bleachers might be long gone from the Tucson Convention Center, but they’re still costing the city money.