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Tucson Department of Transportation Director Daryl Cole on the progress of efforts to repair city streets. Then, the Reporters' Roundtable featured Sarah Garrecht Gassen, editorial writer and columnist at The Arizona Daily Star, and Dan Shearer, editor of Green Valley News and Sahuarita Sun. Plus, Matt Russell, Inside Tucson Business food and beverage columnist, had the Weekend Watch. Read more»

Regional Transportation Authority planning director John Liosatos, transportation planner Patrick Hartley, TDOT Director Daryl Cole, and RTA Transportation Services Director Jim DeGrood Read more»

Regional Transportation Services Director Jim DeGrood, Pima County Transportation Director Priscilla Cornelio, Tucson Transportation Director Daryl Cole, RTA MainStreet program Director Britton Dornquast Read more»

Ward 3 Tucson City Council candidate Ben Buehler Garcia, Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry, Tucson Transportation Director Daryl Cole, and TucsonSentinel.com's Dylan Smith. Read more»

Interviews with Tucson Transportation Director Daryl Cole, photo radar petition organizer John Kromko, financial advisor Shelly Fishman and Rio Nuevo Boardmember Alberto Moore. Read more»

Interviews with Victoria Maizes of the UA-based Center for Integrative Medicine, aging expert Gale Morgan on the power of gratitude, and Daryl Cole, Tucson's transportation director. Read more»

Be honest, if you knew where to get 4,360,000 cubic yards of concrete, wouldn't you want a full-size replica of the Hoover Dam in your backyard? Read more»

Five Tucson streets workers — including a division administrator - are no longer employed after an 11-month investigation led the city to move to fire them. City officials allege the workers performed side jobs for personal gain at the city's expense, and that a Department of Transportation leader "treated the Streets division as a personal enterprise." Read more» 3

City Manager Richard Miranda, along with Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and Transportation Director Daryle Cole, announced Tuesday that the city has moved to fire several streets workers.

The City of Tucson on Tuesday told several Transportation Department workers that it intends to fire them, officials said. While details are sketchy, the move to fire five or six employees stems from a nearly year-long investigation into allegations of materials and equipment theft. (with video) Read more» 3