The “winner-take-all” Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals will be at 5 p.m. Tucson time. The Boston Bruins and Saint Louis Blues will duke it out.
June 11, 2019
Former U of A standout Steve Kerr talked about the devastating injury to Kevin Durant as his Warriors hope to even up the NBA Finals series against Toronto.
Pima Community College baseball player Phillip Sikes became the 14th Aztecs baseball player to be named NJCAA All-American on Tuesday.
A Tucson man accused of killing his girlfriend, concealing her body and then going on the run for nearly two months was found guilty of first-degree murder Tuesday.
The campaign is called Missing Types and the letters A, B, and O, will be disappearing from major brand logos and websites.
Travelers in vehicles coming in and out of the U.S. have been hacked.
A new fire has started on the north end of the Tumacacori Mountains.
During the investigation into a shooting that left a 17-year-old male dead on the Northwest side. Investigators discovered various weapons and homemade pipe bombs.
Ever been interested in adopting a unique pet? Now is your chance, during Tohono Chul’s Adopt-A-Bee campaign.
The good news is most dust storms blow through an area quickly. The bad news is that they can cause serious and sometimes fatal collisions on the roads. Dust
A bloody gun battle in the border town of Agua Prieta, just across from Douglas, claimed the lives of nearly a dozen people.
Two males are dead after a midtown hit-and-run incident Monday night, police say.
Monday afternoon, a CBP narcotics detection canine alerted officers to the rocker panels of a Dodge sedan. The officers found nearly two dozen packages, which contained about 51 pounds of cocaine.
Check out details on this upcoming Reid Park Zoo’s event, Brew at the Zoo.
The heat is on!
The biggest video game event of the year is underway in Los Angeles. NBC’s Liz McLaughlin reports.
According to officials, the incident occurred at a neighborhood near the address 9200 E. La Palma Dr. in Rita Ranch. The child is said to be breathing, alert and conscious.
According to Pima Animal Care Center, a woman contacted the shelter on June 4 about a possibly rabid skunk interacting with several pets two weeks prior.
The shelter offers people in the homeless community various services, including showers, clothing, flu shots, shelter, long-term recovery programs, job training and veteran services.
According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Border Patrol agents were training in the area when they heard the man calling for help. The man was immediately given medical aid and airlifted out of the area.