Pima County Sheriff’s deputies are reminding the community to stay vigilant when it comes to sex offenders. They say there are a little over 2,000 registered sex offenders in Pima County.
On Saturday nearly 100 Southwest Gas employees and their family members volunteered to pack food boxes for homeless teens and low-income seniors that are homebound.
Construction workers have already started working to transform part of the Juvenile Justice Complexinto a temporary migrant shelter.
Pima County plans to spend over $530,000 in federal funding to provide humanitarian aid for migrants seeking asylum through 2019.
Hot temperatures can be deadly especially for those working in the heat all day long. Just this month, Congressman Raul Grijalva introduced a new bill that would protect workers from heat stress.
Migrant children seeking asylum are sharing their stories through a special local art exhibit.
A Southern Arizona mother is grieving the loss of her daughter who was shot and killed just a few weeks ago.
Tucson City Council is looking into selling Hotel Arizona to a new developer that would make the empty hotel into a Hyatt Regency.
A Phoenix man has been missing for nearly three weeks. John Navin, 56, was last heard from on June 20. His family is asking for help from the public in getting him home.
Arizona is in desperate need of foster families as more children enter the system.
The city of Tucson is facing a lawsuit from the Pima County Green Party. The lawsuit claims the Green Party of Pima County was illegally removed from the 2019 primary ballot.
A Border Patrol facility in Clint, Texas is causing concern after reports of inhumane conditions and overcrowding.
It is officially Monsoon, and Tucson Electric Power is gearing up for a busy season of storms and the power outages that often come with them.
The federal government is monitoring migrants in a new way. It has caused some concern for one local immigration attorney who spoke with News 4 Tucson.
Pima County Sheriff Deputies held an active shooter training exercise at Cienega High School Tuesday.
Water is now flowing in the Santa Cruz River. It’s all part of the Santa Cruz River Heritage project that the city of Tucson launched on Monday.
It’s wildfire season, and hotshots are working around the clock to make sure southern Arizona is ready for any wildfires.
Since mid-June, the Department of Forestry and Fire Management says there have been over 700 fires through 2019. Those fires have burned at least 56,000 acres with 650 of them being human-caused.
First responders say now is the time to prepare yourself for this summers weather.
As southern Arizona starts to see scorching temperatures, many workers are having to brave the heat every day.