Tucson’s only hotshot crew believes it is about to be disbanded.
Tucson’s only hotshot crew fears it will be disbanded.
A developer is asking to rezone 45 acres of vacant land next to Ironwood Ridge High School for a new housing development.
A bill that would create a new kind of job-training program to help the unemployed get back to work faster is advancing in the Arizona Senate.
Shelley Kais, a Republican candidate for Congress in District 2 and a member of the Tucson Metro Chamber's Military Affairs Committee, called from the East Coast this evening to comment on the proposed A-10 retirement.
Barber reopens push to keep A-10 cuts out of Air Force budget
Here's how the Southern Arizona delegation voted on SB1062, the controversial bill that would allow discrimination against gays in the name of religious freedom.
More details are available about wasteful spending and financial management problems at the Tucson-based Udall Foundation, an audit report obtained by the Star shows.
When she was told her youngest daughter had been shot in Iraq, Maria Herrera dropped everything and went home to wait by the phone for more news.
Many a political candidate has a story about how his loving wife encouraged him to run for office. Gary Kiehne's story is, well, a little different.
Each Republican candidates for Congress in Arizona’s District 1 wants to be seen as a fighter and a problem solver.
The four Republican candidates for Congress in Arizona’s District 1 will debate in SaddleBrooke Wednesday.
The four Republican candidates in Arizona's Congressional District 1 will debate in the Tucson area this week.
The man with the 'stache is far ahead in the fundraising race, new campaign finance reports show.
The Marana Town Council is moving forward with a $5 million plan to develop the 163-acre Marana River Heritage Park with a rodeo arena, splash park and more.
The Tucson-based Udall Foundation is rebuilding after an audit found “significant issues” with the federal agency’s internal controls for financial management, personnel and contracting.
When two detectives from the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control walked into a Tucson bar they found a cloud of marijuana smoke, an intoxicated bouncer and witnessed two bar fights.
Underdog Republican candidate Jaime Vasquez said he won’t run for Congress in District 3 this year.
Congressman Raúl Grijalva held a press conference at the Pima County One Stop Thursday to bust what he called unemployment myths.
A former University of Arizona Police Department corporal has been permanently barred from working as a police officer in Arizona.
Marana is moving forward on a land swap that would give the town its first community park east of the interstate.
Sen. Jeff Flake was in Tucson Tuesday visiting with professional groups and outlining his priorities for the year.
The company that runs the Old Tucson theme park is setting up a nonprofit foundation to take over the lease, and eventually the operations, of the park.
The Marana Utilities Department plans to increase water rates by 26 percent over four years and hike wastewater rates by 9 percent this year.
A state agency revoked the peace officer certification of a former Pima County Sheriff’s Department deputy who pursued a relationship with the victim of a crime he investigated.
Aetna Life Insurance Co. has paid $246,000 in fines to the state to settle charges that it gave customers misleading or incorrect information and didn’t correctly process and pay claims.
Three local eateries failed health inspections in December but passed follow-up inspections. Here’s what you need to know:
Five Tucson-area Fry’s Food stores are adding sampling privileges to their liquor licenses, joining a growing number of supermarkets that invite shoppers to sip some wine.
A Tucson neighborhood is on lock down while police search for several suspects in a possible home invasion.
Phoenix-based developer Vintage Partners plans to demolish the Coxco gas station at the northwest corner of Oracle and Ina roads and build a 3,600-square-foot retail building for a mattress store.
For the second time ever, an astronomer saw an asteroid headed for Earth before it got here.
There are fewer federal dollars for the local Meals on Wheels program, but the need is greater than ever.
Three mini markets were fined $750 each by the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control last month for selling beer to underage buyers.
Around 1,600 Pima County residents will be cut off from receiving long-term unemployment benefits Saturday because Congress didn’t renew funding for the program.
A state agency has opened an investigation into the conduct of a former Pima County Sheriff’s Department deputy who was fired for engaging in “heavy petting” with a woman while on duty.
In this season of charitable giving, it’s important to ask a few questions to make sure your donated dollar really goes to the cause you’re supporting, experts say.
Chicken Nuevo and Johnny's failed health inspections in November but passed follow-up inspections.
A Tucson construction company exposed workers to asbestos when it sent them to remove pipes from a job site because it didn’t want another contractor to get the valuable copper, a state investigation found.
A man wanted in connection with a slaying in Phoenix fatally shot himself in the head after a carjacking and police chase Thursday in Tucson, police said.
Sen. John McCain hosted a town hall meeting in downtown Tucson Monday, asking business owners to tell him how the Affordable Care Act, or “Obamacare,” has affected hiring and other business decisions.
Wildcat Drive Thru Liquors received its third fine this year for selling alcohol to minors.
The botched rollout of the Affordable Care Act is the big issue in the races for two Arizona congressional districts — which are among the hottest races in the nation.
The Tohono O’odham Nation has a growing problem with drugs at schools, and it plans to address the problem by adding more on-site police officers.
Two local eateries failed health inspections in October but passed follow-up inspections.