Abuse Allegations

Abuse Allegations

Sheriff candidate’s daughter makes horrific claims as primary approaches

A Cautionary Tale

What started out as an impromptu goodbye party has turned into a nightmare that doesn’t seem to end

A Teacher's COVID Journal

Niki Bolze Tilicki thought her summer at home was going to be isolated and boring. Then she got sick.

Changing of the Guard

The races for Pima County constable fall far down on the primary ballot. Here’s why you should pay attention this year.

Deadly Restraint

A second episode of a death in TPD custody surfaced last week

Nevermind

Tucson City Council repeals ordinance that could have limited filming of cops

Judgment Day

Three Democrats want to be the next county attorney as a national movement for criminal-justice reform takes center stage

Prosecutorial Predicaments

The Pima County Attorney’s race is heating up as the candidates—and their allies—fiercely try to discredit each other as mail-in ballots hit mailboxes last week

Class Struggle

Parents will need to prepare themselves for having kids around the house when the school year starts

Crossing the Line

Last Thursday, Mayor Regina Romero alerted Tucsonans via Twitter she was urging City Manager Mike Ortega to revoke a permit

Something in the Air

Happy Independence Day! Early Voting Starts Next Week!

Stay Home Arizona

An update on extended closures

Inferno

The Bighorn Fire has devoured more than 80,000 acres in the Santa Catalina Mountains. What will the sky island look like when the smoke clears?

On the Record

Prosecutor seeking top spot in Pima County Attorney’s Office has several letters of reprimand in his personnel file

Mask Up

Residents of Pima County required to cover their faces in public to combat spread of COVID-19

Taking Home

Whether you get evicted in Pima County depends on where you live

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