Arizona Public Media
Schedules
AZPM on Facebook AZPM on Twitter AZPM on YouTube AZPM on Google+ AZPM on Instagram

All Stories

Tucson Economic Group Changes Its Name, Scope

TREO becomes Sun Corridor Inc., expands to encompass all of Southern Arizona.

Rosa Robles Loreto

Woman in Sanctuary at Tucson Church for 9 Months

Immigrant sought refuge to avoid deportation, says she will stay until her case is closed.

Tucson Budget and Water Rates Could Mean You'll Pay More

City Council discussing higher property taxes and water bills for next fiscal year.

The AMARC facility, or "Bone Yard" keeps a careful inventory of more than 4,000 aircraft stored on its 25-acres.

Air Force OKs More Training Flights in Tucson Skies

Years-long assessment concludes added aircraft won't be harmful to environment.

L.A. Architecture Firm Will Design Jan. 8th Memorial

Four finalists narrowed to one that will refine proposal during the next year

Tucson Ranked Among Nation's Most Bikeable Cities

Walk Score's 2015 rankings place the city ninth

University of Arizona Provost Andrew Comrie, 2015.

METRO WEEK: Despite Budget Cuts, UA Programs Expand

How institution trims spending, grows enrollment and adds educational programs.

Where's the Heat? Tucson's Weather Is Topsy-Turvy

Friday forecast calls for high of 75 in Old Pueblo, chance of rain; normal high is 90 degrees.

Streetcar Ridership Heads Toward Milestone

Ridership number released this week shows 17 percent ahead of projections

Local and national companies have more than 5,000 jobs and internships up for grabs at the UA's Spring Career Days.

Tucson Job Fair To Exhibit More Than 1,000 Openings

Some of the area's largest employers will be looking for employees at the event

Business Report: The Local Role of the Export-Import Bank

Who helps facilitate international trade?

Laughter Yoga Celebrates Its Fifth Anniversary in Tucson

Atypical exercise class is part of an international movement.

Pima Community College Downtown Campus.

GED Student: Education Made Me a Better Father

Nearly 300 GED students at Pima Community College will receive diplomas Thursday.

Construction crews work to complete the new wastewater treatment facility on Roger Road.

Arizona Earns C on Infrastructure Report Card

Roads, bridges, sewers earn rating better than national average

Eight Pima County Library Branches Closing Sundays

Move starting May 24 is meant to save money, respond to staffing shortages, officials say.

A protected bike lane on Stone Avenue between Toole Avenue and Alameda Street.

Tucson Boosts Bicycle, Pedestrian Friendly Infrastructure

2015 report predicts dozens of new projects in the future

Selected Categories

17 – 32 of 4819

collection categories

click any filter to remove it

[Tucson]