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What the Devil won't tell you

Rothschild got Tucson to walk the line, now we could use a kick

Tucson's progress is worth noting because we've done better under Mayor Jonathan Rothschild's leadership, but the city still lags behind the rest of the country ways cities that don't want to lag. ... Read more»

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HSL adds Williams Center Hampton Inn to local hotel holdings

HSL Properties has added another hotel to its Tucson-area real estate holdings, buying the Hampton Inn at the Williams Center for $8.2 million.... Read more»

'Fill the Streetcar' with holiday toys Dec. 14

Help spread holiday cheer this season by dropping off new and unwrapped toys for children during the Regional Transportation Authority's annual Fill the Streetcar event on Friday, Dec. 14, between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. ... Read more»

ADOT taking comments on I-10, Aviation Parkway improvements

Pima County residents will have another opportunity to comment on plans to improve traffic flow along Interstate 10 and State Route 210 in Tucson during a public meeting in late November.... Read more»

Photos: All Souls Procession 2018

Thousands attended the 29th All Souls Procession in Tucson on Sunday night. ... Read more»

The way we were

Troubled legacy: Barrio razing paved way for Downtown gov't construction

Half a century ago, the city of Tucson, in the name of progress, razed the oldest and most vibrant neighborhood in Arizona, a move that continues to inspire lingering bitterness in the community. Though the project was driven by the city, Pima County had a role in what occurred, and the aftermath transformed county government.... Read more»

Indian tech firm Axiscades to bring 300 jobs to Tucson in next 5 years

Axiscades, an engineering company based in India, plans to hire more than 300 people over the next five years as the company sets up a Tucson office, officials announced Friday. ... Read more»

Guest opinion

Durham: Why I voted to OK 'Partners on 4th' development on Maloney's site

City Councilman Paul Durham: I want to be clear—we don't want development at any cost along the streetcar line and we only want quality development and increased density in the right places. I believe the Maloney's site is one of the few right places likely to be available. ... Read more»

Guest opinion

Huckelberry: Preserving iconic courthouse through adaptive reuse

For mostly all of its nearly 90-year history, the Pima County Historic Courthouse was exactly that, a courthouse. Last month, the Board of Supervisors approved leases by the UA Mineral Museum and Visit Tucson, giving this grand old building a new life as a tourist attraction and resource center. ... Read more»

Photos: Thousands attend March for Our Lives in Tucson

More than 3,000 people, including students, teachers and parents, attended the March for Our Lives in Tucson, assembling in Downtown to walk two miles to the University of Arizona, demonstrating against gun violence.... Read more»

State of the City

Rothschild: Envision Tucson's future with clear eyes

Mayor Rothschild: "2020 is less than two years away. Let's look where we're at today, and where we want to be then, with clear-eyed, 20/20 vision. Let's strive to see things from each other's perspective, and not through the distorting lens of ideology."... Read more»

What the Devil won't tell you

No one safe from our Devilish year-end major awards

I'm going to cop to the charge that I'm pandering to my base journalistic instincts and hand out awards for dubious distinction to local leaders and yours truly.... Read more»2

Photos: DACA protesters at Tucson City Hall

A day after the Trump administration announced the wind-down of DACA, hundreds of people rallied here to show their support for the program, and shouted down Mayor Jonathan Rothschild with calls for Tucson to become a "sanctuary city." ... Read more»

Tucson City Court to stay open later on Tuesdays

It won't exactly be night court, but you'll be able to catch a cast of characters trying to get straight with the law (or at least get a parking ticket problem fixed) at City Court on Tuesdays. Customer service and the Walk-in Warrant Court will stay open until 6:30 p.m. beginning this week.... Read more»

State bill would pay $2.5M toward memorial for Jan. 8 attack

Several Arizona legislators support a bill to fund a memorial honoring survivors and victims of the Jan. 8, 2011, attack in Tucson, when a man started shooting during a congressional meet-and-greet in a grocery-store parking lot.... Read more»

Ernst & Young opens Tucson office, plans to hire 125 staffers

Ernst & Young, a global tax and financial advising company, has returned to Tucson with a Downtown office that is expected to create more than 125 jobs.... Read more»

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