With Election 2018 just two weeks away, candidates made their way to Arizona on the campaign trail.
Mountain View High School collaborated with The Marana Prevention Alliance to host a substance abuse prevention program Tuesday.
From trips to Disney World to vacations in Hawaii, the Make-A-Wish foundation racks up hundreds of airline miles to help fulfill the wishes of the children they serve.
Sometimes you can just be too good for your own good. That’s how the ol’ saying goes, right?
In Tuesday’s Zoo 4 You, Jed Dodds of the Reid Park Zoo introduced us to the Green Tree Python.
All week, people around the nation have been hearing about how it is more likely to get struck by lightning than winning the lottery.
Thousands of Central American migrants resumed an arduous trek toward the U.S. border Monday, with many bristling at suggestions there could be terrorists among them and saying the caravan is being used for political ends by U.S. President Donald Trump.
Like many women in this day and age, Amy Schumer took to Instagram to announce she is pregnant — but she did it with a political twist.
Several gas stations across Pima County are seeing a ticket buying frenzy with the Mega Millions jackpot at a whopping $1. 6 billion. That jackpot has everyone around the country imagining what they’d do if they’d win.
Unfortunately for one Tucson birthday boy, none of his friends showed up to his party. After his story went viral on social media, the Arizona community has rallied together to make sure his sixth birthday is a happy moment he will never forget.
The National Park Service says it will reassign the Grand Canyon superintendent amid a federal investigation into undisclosed allegations.
Malfunctioning traffic lights shut down a mid-town intersection on Tuesday.
Outside of the Federal Courthouse on Tuesday, October 23, family, friends, and supporters gathered to hold a “Vigil of Justice” for Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez.
Trial has been pushed back to next year for a 55-year-old Arizona man facing a federal ammunition-manufacturing charge in Las Vegas in connection with the deadliest mass shooting in the nation’s modern history.
A Mesa family is left cleaning up after gallons of raw sewage poured into their home when the city experienced a sewer system backup.