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One person was killed and another critically injured when a small plane crashed at Ryan Airfield on Tucson's far West Side on Tuesday morning. Read more»

A view of Tucson International Airport from the air.

An $18.5 million federal grant will go towards the next phase in a longterm Tucson International Airport project to expand and upgrade parts of its airfield so that it meets current federal safety standards, officials announced Thursday. Read more»

CBP opened a new facility at Tucson's airport to host enrollment in programs like Global Entry and SENTRI. But those Trusted Traveler interview slots are already filled up until April, officials said. Read more»

Allin, testifying before Congress in 2016.

Bonnie Allin, the CEO of the Tucson Airport Authority for 17 years, is out after a hastily called TAA board meeting today, in what sources characterized as a "firing." Read more» 3

Two weeks ago, without much fanfare or notice from the press, the Tucson Airport Authority board unanimously passed a resolution backing the development of Spaceport Tucson, the new and controversial home of World View. What this resolution means is that after months of actively working against the spaceport, the airport has gotten past the rhetoric and negativity, reviewed the facts, and decided to work with World View. Why the turnaround? Read more» 1

Ready for another cup of coffee? Coffee is on our agenda with Victoria Maizes, MD, executive director of the UA Center for Integrative Medicine. Also, a preview of the summer air travel season with Richard Gruntzel, CFO of the Tucson Airport Authority. Plus, Dr. Robert Hendricks, Buckmaster education contributor, on a cheating scandal that is rocking the education world. Read more»

High-speed trains, like this one in Washington, D.C., are among the options being studied by ADOT.

This week is the final opportunity to comment on an ADOT study about the feasibility of a passenger rail line or express bus service between Phoenix and Tucson. Read more» 1