A new test program based out of the University of Arizona is working to educate pre-teens about the dangers of vaping and addiction.
Agencies like Tucson Fire, Tubac Fire and Golder Ranch made their way up each step for those that will never be able to make the climb.
TUCSON – The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona held their 10th annual hunger walk at the Kino Sports Complex Saturday morning. Around 1,400 people were estimated to
The Barksdales are being charged with the murder of 72-year-old Frank Bligh who went missing back in April. His body still hasn’t been found.
Back in August, 29-year-old David Murillo pleaded guilty to a total of 39 charges, including first-degree murder and kidnapping.
Back in August 29-year-old David Murillo plead guilty to 39 different charges from first-degree murder to kidnapping.
The couple will be deployed for the next two weeks along with around 600 other volunteers nationwide. They will be providing food and water to those affected by the storm.
Tucsonans escaped the heat on Labor Day by heading up to Mount Lemmon. Campsites and picnics areas were packed with limited parking spaces.
With students at the University of Arizona back to school, first responders are anticipating more calls related to alcohol and drug overdoses, especially with this busy holiday weekend.
A toy drive was held on Sunday in honor of a baby whose life ended way too short.
Closing arguments wrapped up Tuesday in the trial of a man charged in the death of his son.
As of Monday, there were 11 active wildfires going on throughout Arizona. Dry conditions prompted the high fire danger alert.
The Agua Caliente Park is closing on Monday for renovations.
Dozens of animals have a new home thanks in part to the “Clear the Shelter” event held at Pima Animal Care Center on Saturday. The shelter waived adopted fees for pets four months and older.
TUCSON – The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is in need of donations and volunteers this summer. They serve around 190,000 people every year.
The Motor Vehicle Divisions Tucson Regional Office is closed this week while workers train on a new computer system.
A Buffalo Soldier memorial is set to be built at the Quincy Douglas Center.
Starting September 30th the city of Tucson will change recycle pickups to twice a month instead of every week. A way to keep rates the same.
Ferman Miller served in WWII as a B-17 and a B-29 pilot putting in 20 years of Air Force service with an additional 23 years at the Federal Aviation Administration. He lived to the ripe old age of 101.
It was the first day of school for Mountain View High School students on Monday and the start of a new grading system. The new system eliminates homework from how students are being graded.