Tucson Mayor Regina Romero gave the timeline for the delayed project while giving a White House advisor a tour of some federally-funded projects in the city.
Federal funding for programs and services that help asylum seekers in Tucson, like the Casa Alitas shelter, is set to end March 31.
Pima County Constable Oscar Vasquez, who colleagues say has missed months of work, on Tuesday was suspended without pay through the rest of the year.
For Star subscribers: Financial projections suggest Tucson taxpayers could get more funding for road projects by dropping out of the next long term regional plan and going solo, Michael Ortega, the city manager, says in a new memo.
Finding ways to curb gun violence was the focus of a discussion by Democratic lawmakers and office holders.
Oscar Vasquez, one of nine constables tasked with serving eviction notices, is accused of missing months of work that he says is due to complications from a minor car crash.
Some GOP colleagues balked at Tucson lawmaker's plan to give Arizona's electoral votes to Donald Trump even before the election.
Making it easy for potential buyers to know political boundaries is as important as knowing the neighborhood school district,Â Sen. Justine Wadsack says. Critics worry about redlining.
The Arizona Senate's transportation committee added several conditions Monday in order for the state to keep its Department of Transportation.
For Star subscribers: The owners of two apartment complexes have allowed criminal activity to go unchecked despite South Tucson's attempts to force them to take actions, the lawsuits claim.
Multiple Arizona National Guard members were injured in the Jordan drone attack, the governor said, but the guard has not released details.
The Republican race in legislative district 17 mirrors the battle over the future of the GOP, with traditional business Republicans trying to push back a wave of victories by the party's Trump wing.
Tucson voters narrowly passed a big pay raise for the mayor and council in November. The measure passed byÂ 289 votes.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors, using federal and state funds, have Â spent nearly $20 million over several months to fight the spread of COVID-19 among migrants seeking asylum here.
Ortega was named to the city manager's post in 2015.
Attorney admitted some of his claims on behalf of losing GOP candidate Mark Finchem were false, State Bar says.Â
The new requirements that contractors pay employees wages that are consistent with local standards, apply to city projects of more than $2 million dollars. It goes into effect on July 1.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors, using federal and state funds, has spent nearly $20 million over several months to fight the spread of COVID-19 among migrants seeking asylum here.
But the proposal, to legalize sales of other homecooked foods as well, would still bar home inspections. Will that doom it again?Â
The Pima County Health Department 's job fair latert this week sees to fill spots in local migrant shelters under its Border Health Program.
Arizona voters have absolute right to enact laws requiring "dark money'' disclosure â€” even if GOP lawmakers don't like it, judge rules.
"The city is immune from liability for its policy determinations,'' including not intervening against homeless camps, lawyerÂ for Tucson tells judge.
Council members this week told staff to move forward with the development of an ordinance that could result in a pay boost for some city contract workers.
There are limited options to consider in deciding whether Tucson needs a new jail, the The Pima County Adult Detention Center Blue Ribbon Commission says
An Arizona judge has cleared the way for a defamation trial against the failed candidate for governor, Kari Lake, to move forward, meaning she'll have to prove her sabotage claims.
Pima Tucson Lighthouse helps homebuyers amid rising home prices and mortgage rates.
Lawyer involved in the dispute over hand-counting 2022 ballots is asking the Bar to sanction Cochise County's elected county attorney.
The Prosperity Initiative seeks to use evidence-based research to reduce generational poverty and increase wealth in Pima County. Work now is how to make that happen.
Sen. David Farnsworth, a longtime critic of Arizona's Department of Child Safety, says too many kids are removed from homes and the state loses track of many of them.