She is still fighting for the disability money because her husband fought cancer almost 2 years and applied months before he died.
April 2, 2019
Tucson Fire Department officials are now trying to figure out what caused a massive structure fire near midtown.
Universities across Arizona are considering a tuition hike for the 2019/2020 school year.
The University of Arizona women’s basketball team is just one victory away from advancing to the championship game of the WNIT.
In the recent record-breaking apprehensions by CBP agents, Tucson Sector Border Patrol Agents have arrested 16 previously deported foreign nationals that have been convicted of sex crimes, after illegally entering the United States.
Bakery, Nothing Bundt Cakes, is set to open up its 300th location next month in Jacksonville, Florida.
Tucson Electric Power is proposing a rate increase beginning in May 2020.
Fire weather is escalated due to the warm, dry and breezy conditions, but down substantially from one year ago thanks to abundant Winter rain and mountain snow.
Arizona’s legendary basketball coach is receiving another major honor in NCAA hoops.
Former Dallas Cowboys standout DeMarco Murray is now the running backs coach at the U of A.
Tucson Fire Department is responding to a fire at Grant Road and Stone Avenue.
Eight years ago a 10-year-old Tucson boy decided to start collecting donations for animal rescue groups throughout the community. Today, he has now turned his efforts into a nationally recognized non-profit organization called Cody’s Friends.
The special pinning ceremony is all part of a nationwide program designed to recognize the brave men and women who served our country.
A local non-profit is teaming up with the Tucson Police Department to deliver items to kids in need.
With “Semana Santa” or Holy Week coming up, Mexican shoppers traditionally come to Tucson and spend money on hotels, restaurants and gas.
On Sunday, Arizona defeated Wyoming 67-45 to advance to the semifinals for the first time since 1996. With the Wildcats winning 22 games for the first time since 2004, it was no surprise the Sunday’s game brought in 7,717 people. This Wednesday, the athletics department aim to bring in an even larger crowd.
When will Southern Arizona hit the triple digits? News Four Tucson Chief Meteorologist Matt Brode has his predictions.
An orphaned beaver rescued by a group of oil rig workers is on the mend at WildCare Oklahoma. KFOR’s Lauren Daniels reports.
During the food drive, fairgoers can receive free admission to the county festival for donating three cans of food before noon April 21 and April 28. T
Crews will be conducting traffic signal work at a west side intersection, on April 4.