TEP helped lead the launch of the new Southern Arizona Green Business Alliance as a way to help local businesses and nonprofit agencies enhance their sustainability practices.
Troublemen are TEP’s first responders – en route within 15 minutes of a 911 call.
Families with children undergoing medical treatment soon will get home-cooked meals from a renovated, updated kitchen at the Ronald McDonald House.
While summer is a less optimal time than spring or fall for planting trees, there are things that you can do to help ensure your trees not only survive – but thrive.
Metering Technician Woodee Manuel is no stranger to uncomfortable encounters with man’s best friend.
As summer begins, TEP will be well prepared for the season’s soaring temperatures and powerful thunderstorms.
Broken windows at TEP’s downtown headquarters will be transformed into colorful symbols of inclusion and diversity through a community painting project.
Tucson community leaders Bob and Beverely Elliott are joining the NBA Retired Players Association-Phoenix Chapter, led by President Lafayette “Fat” Lever, is providing free food and household supplies to about 1,600 local families in need.