Hundreds gathered in Southern Arizona to remember the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
January 21, 2019
Many local small businesses are already feeling the effect of the 50 cent minimum wage increase from last year.
A News 4 Tucson update on an abandoned building on the Eastside. That has been the site of two fires in less than a week.
The government shutdown isn’t only affecting federal workers. Some southern Arizona residents are having to ration their food stamps.
Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders blasted President Trump as a “racist” during an event commentating Martin Luther King Jr. Day in South Carolina.
A home belonging to boxer Manny Pacquiao was burglarized at about the time he was fighting in Las Vegas.
A Tucson tradition may be derailed if Union Pacific doesn’t change its mind.
A puppy born with a rare condition is getting a second change at a normal life, in Oklahoma.
The Forest Service is closing several back roads in northern Arizona because of winter weather conditions.
A New Jersey-based “community restaurant” owned by Jon Bon Jovi and his wife will serve a free meal to furloughed federal workers on Monday.
Arizona Wildcats baseball players Cameron Cannon and Nick Quintana popped up on D1 Baseball’s pre-season All-America list.
Arizona women’s basketball forward Cate Reese was named the Pac-12 basketball freshman of the week for the second time this season.
An infamous escaped goat often spotted near Kentucky’s I-65 has retired to Broadbent Wildlife Sanctuary after being injured in an October traffic accident. WAVE’s Taylor Durden reports.
In today’s News 4 Tucson’s Cooks, Chef Maria Mazon from Boca Tacos Y Tequila made “Calabacitas”.
With a crowded Democratic primary field in the making, a pair of wealthy-beyond-belief candidates might add their names to the long list.
Girl dies after snow fort collapses on her.
La Fiesta De Los Vaqueros has been a welcome tradition in Tucson for almost a century. But this year, the parade may come to a halt if Union Pacific does not close down the railroad tracks on the parade route.
Did you hear a big boom sometime overnight? You’re not alone.
he two physicians at Hacienda Healthcare who were responsible for the care of the sexual assault victim are no longer providing medical services with Hacienda, the facility said Monday.
The state Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in a challenge of Phoenix’s anti-discrimination ordinance that makes it illegal for businesses to refuse service to same-sex couples for religion reasons.