The Pima County Board of Supervisors filled a vacancy in the state House of Representatives Tuesday after appointing a Democrat who formerly sat on the board.
The former state House minority leader has officially resigned, creating the fifth legislative vacancy this session. Rep. Andrés Cano, D-Tucson, sent his resignation letter Tuesday to state officials including Gov. Katie Hobbs, Secretary of State Adrian Fontes and Speaker of the House Ben Toma, R-Peoria.
After seven years in the House, Randy Friese is stepping down.
Democratic state Sen. Kirsten Engel resigned September 8 to focus on her congressional campaign in an open southern Arizona seat.
Residents of the state's two largest counties could find themselves with more people to call when something goes wrong. But it will cost them.
A state legislator is asking Attorney General Mark Brnovich to investigate whether Pima County is acting illegally in establishing and maintaining a curfew. Rep. Bret Roberts, R-Maricopa, is questioning the authority of the county supervisors to tell people they cannot be out between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. except for certain specified reasons. That, Roberts […]
County supervisors would no longer have the authority to reject federal funds for local law enforcement agencies under a bill sponsored by Republican Rep. Mark Finchem.
Pima County officials say a new state law dictating how to collect taxes for desegregation funding in Tucson puts the county at legal risk.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors has delayed a vote to implement a ban on hiring smokers.
Pima County officials will decide this week on whether to implement a ban on hiring smokers.
Robert Paul was born in Massachusetts on June 12, 1830. At the age of 12, he boarded a whaling ship and spent the next several years traveling around the world. In 1849, he arrived in San Francisco — just in time to participate in the gold rush. Then from 1859 to 1864, he served as sheriff of California’s Calaveras County. After several financial setbacks, Paul began riding shotgun for Wells F[...]
TUCSON a�� The Pima County Board of Supervisors has selected Tucson attorney and registered independent Nicholas Fontana to fill a vacancy in the Arizona House.