Monsoon storms are not over yet and that’s why the Northwest Fire District continues to train for swift water rescues.
August 16, 2019
Investigators say underage driver struck and killed man walking his dog in Houston, Texas.
Beekeepers estimate the hive found in a Midland, Texas yard weighs 90 pounds and is home to thousands of bees
Beekeepers estimate the hive found in a Midland, Texas yard weighs 90 pounds and is home to thousands of bees.
An eastside coffee house has closed down after eight years in business. Mario Mastrosimone owns Civano Coffee and said the decision wasn’t easy.
While sounding a bit odd, fire officials warn that water bottles left inside hot cars can possibly start a fire.
Cochise County Health and Social Services officials say the Monsoon is bringing out more mosquitoes.
A new commercial truck inspection facility is proposed for the Mariposa Port of entry in Nogales.
Tucson Police Department is searching for a suspect that stabbed a man after a road rage incident on the south side.
On Friday, News 4 Tucson spoke with UA President Robert Robbins about what more he thinks could be done to be better prepared for an emergency situation.
New tech for college students heading back to school.
The study showed one in 14 had a silent stroke after surgery, which is a stroke that’s not obvious except in brain scans.
The lawsuit that was filed against the City of Tucson in an attempt to keep the “sanctuary city” initiative off the November ballot was dismissed by a judge Friday, according to court documents.
Actor and director Peter Fonda, best known for his role in “Easy Rider,” has died from respiratory failure due to lung cancer, his family said.
The Trump administration Wednesday unveiled a proposed rule that would greatly expand the exemption that allows religious entities to ignore anti-discrimination laws by broadening the definition to include federal contractors that declare themselves to be religious.
Chef Mary Steiger from Gourmet Girls shows News 4 Tucson how to make a breakfast sandwich.
Overwhelming response for El Paso shooting victim’s husband results in a change of venue for funeral service
When Perches Funeral Home made a plea online for Antonio Basco, the widower whose wife, Margie Reckard, was killed in the August 3 attack at the Cielo Vista Walmart, they never expected the response to be so quick and overwhelming.
“This cruel policy would force working parents and families across the nation to forego basic necessities,” California’s attorney general said.
The new guidance, found in the August issue of a church youth magazine, reflect growing concern about young Latter-day Saints’ adherence to the rules.
Two people were transported to the hospital after they were injured in a northwest side vehicle collision Friday afternoon.
Farmers Investment Co. announced Friday that it was canceling the 2019 Sahuarita Pecan Festival.