Times They Are A Changin'

Times They Are A Changin'

Some fear that Fourth Avenue will lose its historic charm, that new, upscale developments will drive up rents and push out local businesses and residents.

Preseason Scrimmage

The Democrats running for seats in LD9 appeared together at a forum on Saturday, May 12.

Koz and Effect

A Q&A with Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik from midtown Ward 6.

After NAFTA

President Trump and jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald have something in common—lyrics to one of her songs, Undecided

Here Today, Gone Tamale?

"It's their job to low ball, but we're getting screwed," says owner Mike Holquist, Sr. "They're smiling at us while offering no real money."

Ice Palace

Hockey fans never expected to have a team to call their own but have embraced the Tucson Roadrunners.

Trigger Warning

The national student-led movement to end gun violence is no longer only about school shootings.

High Rise on the Horizon

A high rise apartment building on Fourth Avenue is closer to sealing the deal after the Tucson City Council unanimously approved the development.

Eve of a Strike

Teachers wearing red, waving Red for Ed signs and smiling at honking cars are out in front of their schools every morning.

Sticking Around

For a tense 70 seconds, Thornydale Elementary was a goner.

School Strife

The Red for Ed movement, which began in early March, is calling for a raise for educators and additional funding for schools.

Sister Assistance

The Southern Arizona Women's Foundation is raising awareness and money for issues affecting women and girls at its 25th annual luncheon, on April 18

Backpage Bust

Backpage.com was seized on April 6 by federal law enforcement. The website was shut down, and those who ran it were arrested.

Class Struggle

About 45 people recently made their case for keeping the school open: educators, students, graduates, neighbors and even entire families.

Ride and Seek

After months of inquiries by The Chronicle of Social Change, it is unclear if Arizona is making good on the promise of the law's foster care provision.

Under the Gun

Joining over a million students and allies, in over 800 marches across the nation and the world, Tucsonans marched to demand legislation to reduce gun violence in the student-led March for Our Lives.

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