Where to Find Our Channels
Community Advisory Board
More Pima County Stories
Year-end: 2016 Kick-Started Tucson's Economic Rebound
Dropping unemployment, new employers, and a growing downtown.
End-of-Year Donations Pour in to Arizona Schools, Nonprofits
Arizona's tax credits mean certain charities and schools see a year-end rush of money.
Arizona Opioid-Related Deaths Rise Less Than US Average
Heroin is most commonly abused illicit substance contributing to death in Pima County.
2-Year Construction Closure at Ina Road and I-10 Starts February
The project is projected to cost $148 million.
Too Tipsy to Drive? AAA Offers Tucsonans Rides on New Year's
Program takes two passengers and a vehicle up to 10 miles for free.
White Christmas? Yes in Mountains, No in Tucson
Saturday storm will drop rain in valley, up to 9 inches of snow above 4,000 feet.
Brick-Mortar Stores Still Busy in Age of Internet Shopping
Retail shops see rush once it's too late for delivery of online shopping orders.
Fish Thriving - Guess Where? - in Santa Cruz River Near Tucson
Improved water quality from treatment plants provides year-round flow.
White Christmas for Southern Arizona's Higher Elevations?
Overnight snow level on Saturday dips to 4,000 feet, which includes Tucson's upper reaches.
Trees, Large Plants on I-19 Will Be Cleared as Safety Measure
Woody vegetation within 30 feet of the highway will be removed by ADOT.
TUSD, Vail Schools Honored for Work With Advanced Students
Districts increased number of students in advanced courses, student exam scores.
Gasoline Tax Mistakes Put Sales Tax Forward as Option
Retiring county official reflects on transportation problems, solutions.
Pima County Sewer Rates Could Rise $1.70 a Month in New Year
Board of Supervisors to decide on 4% increase in user fees next month.
Homeless Work Program Begins Small; Hope for Growth
Plus: VA official in Tucson; new jaguar caught on camera; celebrating Lalo's music.
Economists Predict Strong Year Ahead for Tucson, Nation
Tucson poised for growth behind increased federal spending, population growth.
Supervisors Approve Leasing 2 Downtown Lots to Rio Nuevo
Pima County aims to avoid economic development incentive issues.
Selected Archive Filters
Back to Top
Equal Opportunity Report
Signal Coverage Maps
Donate a Car
FCC Public Files
Public File Contact
Open Meeting Policy
CAB Meeting Calendar
Arizona Board of Regents
Arizona Public Media broadcast stations are licensed to the Arizona Board of Regents. Arizona Public Media and AZPM are registered trademarks of the Arizona Board of Regents.