It’s day four of no electricity for students living in the Urbane student housing complex in Tucson.
February 25, 2019
A young, healthy, mother, expecting her second child went for a hike with a group of friends.
The cost of college can add up. But there are tax breaks you can take advantage of this tax season.
The U.S. Marshals Service launched a new app so the public can submit anonymous tips.
The Gila River Indian community says they are back on board with a drought plan for the Colorado River.
Your elderly parent is about to get discharged from the hospital and you have some decisions to make: take them back to their home, bring them home with you, move them into a skilled nursing facility (i.e., a nursing home) or find inpatient rehabilitation care for them.
The Town of Oro Valley wants to help residents properly dispose of unused or expired prescription medications.
Feenix Panrudkevich is a math tutor for Door 2 Math, here in Tucson. But to most people’s surprise, math has not always been easy for her.
A Department of Public Safety trooper rescued an injured bird during the winter storm last week.
A group of kindergarten students at Banks Elementary School graduated from fire safety school.
Tucson Police are looking for those responsible for a rash of break-ins hitting the midtown area.
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department is now using drones for traffic investigations.
There is now a fan club for the Tucson Sugar Skulls indoor football team.
With opening day of Pima County Fair only 51 days away, Pima County Fair officials are getting thrill seekers amped up with the reveal of their newest ride.
A 100-pound mountain lion roamed through a Sacramento neighborhood in broad daylight Sunday, forcing residents to shelter in place. KCRA’s Mike Luery reports.
Do you think it felt like a cold and wet Winter? If so, you are correct.
Outdoor activities have been suspended at Bloom Elementary School after Tucson Police Department responded to shots fired report Monday afternoon.
The 39-year-old woman suffers from cerebral palsy as a result of cyst that was discovered in her brain when she was 11 months old.
Over the weekend, Customs and Border Protection agents in the El Centro sector responded to a migrant who called for help and was lost in the desert.
According to U.S Customs and Border Protection, a 67-year-old man from Rio Rico was taken into custody after a CBP narcotics detection canine alerted the officers at the DeConcini Crossing to nearly 21 pounds of heroin, 103 pounds of cocaine, 116 pounds of methamphetamine and 1.5 pounds of fentanyl hidden throughout his Jeep SUV.