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Attorney Si Schorr, center, telling the city's search consultant how the committee will run its meeting.

Hours of discussion, in public and behind closed doors, led to no final decision Wednesday on who will be Tucson's next city manager. A citizens committee interviewed the two finalists but wasn't overly impressed with either, and the City Council met in private, emerging to instruct the city attorney to "proceed as directed in executive session." Read more» 2

Interviews with developer Richard Studwell, our City Hall commentator; Democratic state Rep. Andrea Dalessandro (LD2); Inside Tucson Business columnist and former City Councilwoman Carol West; plus Vail School Superintendent Calvin Baker and JTED Governing Board Member Bob Schlanger. Read more»

Kozachik speaks to supporters Wednesday night.

City Councilman Steve Kozachik began his reelection campaign with a show of political force Wednesday night. In a coming-out party at Downtown's Borderlands Brewing Company, Kozachik celebrated his recent party switch with bipartisan support from a group of Tucson mayors past and present. Read more» 2