Tucson

Tucson will not become sanctuary city after Prop 205 fails to pass

Tucson voters rejected Proposition 205, meaning Tucson will not become a sanctuary city.  The proposition, which was officially titled Tucson Families Free and Together Ordinance, stated, “It is the policy of the city that the city be a sanctuary and safe refuge for all persons, regardless of race, color, ethnicity, immigration status, ability to speak English, mode of dress, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, economic status, and familial or marital status.” Read more

Bar brawls: The bars around campus with the most fights

Most University of Arizona students are aware of the vibrant bar scene near campus and most have probably seen or heard of a bar fight or two. According to 911 call and case records from the Tucson Police Department from 2017 and 2019, of thirty bars located near the University and the downtown area, most of the violent incidents listed in the records were fights and assaults.   Read more

Visit Tucson gives incoming families a guide to the city

 This year, people visiting the University of Arizona for Family Weekend will have one place to look for hotels and places to check out if they go to the event's website. That place is Visit Tucson. Visit Tucson is a website and company that partners with the metro chambers to promote Tucson tourism.  Read more

UA cyclists worry about dangers on road

After a cyclist died early September in Madera Canyon, some cyclists at the University of Arizona are feeling the weight on their shoulders. Some blame the carelessness of motorists, while others blame the infrastructure on campus and throughout Tucson.  Read more