And now as the heat approaches, there is new hope in the form of The Center For Opportunity on the city’s south side.
May 17, 2019
Changes are coming to Sky Harbor Airport when it comes to mother’s who are nursing.
Pima Animal Care Center is waiving adoption fees on any pets 4 months or older.
Coach Jay Johnson and the Arizona Wildcat baseball team came into their Friday matchup at Penn State ranked 50th in the RPI rankings.
Hundreds of students graduated from the Pima JTED Program on Friday, May 17th.
Here’s more from Friday’s sportscast on News 4 Tucson:
The United States Government is moving forward with building barriers along the southern border in Arizona and California.
Here’s more with the seniors who are getting sentimental knowing their lost chance to play games at home is coming to an end.
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department honored members of its team who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Researchers say they have invented a “birth control” for mosquitoes, and say they could implement the treatment as early as 2024.
Sen. Martha McSally and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema teamed up to raise awareness about the deadly disease that claimed the life of longtime lawmaker Sen. John McCain.
Students who will graduate from Amphitheater High School next week inspired little learners, on Friday.
Tucson Wildlife Center is asking residents to keep an eye out for bobcat kittens on the east side of Tucson after a mother bobcat was found dead earlier this week.
Traffic alert for those driving at Ina Road,Thornydale Road and Ina Oldfather Intersections.
There are movies coming out this weekend that everyone can enjoy, and Herb Stratford has his suggestions.
Scammers are now convincing victims to go into Mexico to pay the money. He said it is only happening in southern Arizona.
A mountain lion was killed by personnel with Arizona Game and Fish Department and Patagonia Marshal’s Office after it was found beneath a mobile home Friday.
The event is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. from May 17 to 19.
Suspect admitted to targeting Manatee County Sheriff’s Office helicopter with laser pointer. WFLA’s John Rogers reports.
Ross Potoff and his nonprofit, Potoff Private Philanthropy has decided to donate $350,000 to help enhance programs and curriculums at JTED, which helps provide students a tuition-free, CTE option while in high school. JTED offers programs from automotive technologies to physical therapy to law and public safety.