Tucson Police Department is investigating an alleged assault involving a Lyft driver.
A local Folklorica group is asking the community to help after several of their costumes were stolen from their car outside of a fundraiser event that happened on Friday.
It took over a dozen students and about 1,600 hours of labor to build a Van’s RV-12 aircraft. The light sport plane costs about $85,000 to build.
The University of Arizona is enlisting the public’s help to care for Tucson’s beloved Tumamoc Hill.
Just over the weekend one of the artists says her mural was cut off the fence and stolen. So far since the project began seven murals including hers have been stolen.
Dozens of veterans had an opportunity to help them cope with PTSD through drift racing. It’s all part of a program led by a non-profit that works to help veterans.
A UArizona grad is running across the US to raise money for non-profits.
Arizona Game and Fish Department officials say they believe at least a half dozen coyotes frequent a midtown area near Campbell and Grant to eat dates from the several date palms in the area.
Young and old all came out to enjoy tailgating, the parade and the big football game.
A local DACA recipient is concerned as she could face deportation because of the latest policy changes from the Trump administration.
Back in July, Pima County Supervisors approved the migrant shelter plan. Through grant funding they were able to let the non-profit use it for free while also being able to maintain daily operations.
Historic bungalows that sit right off Broadway Boulevard are being moved back in an effort to be preserved since the project to widen Broadway between Euclid Avenue and Country Club Road has been set to begin next year.
The Arizona Court of Appeals dismissed an appeal on Monday by the Goldwater Institute against Pima County for a second time.
The public has been reminded to not walk their goats in the Catalina Mountains in the past few weeks, according to Arizona Game and Fish Department officials.
During the summer utility companies were not allowed to turn off utilities because of the Summer Emergency Moratorium put in place by the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Rural Metro Firefighters responded to a house fire in the area of Country Club and Alvord mid-afternoon on Saturday.
Tucson’s city council is set to vote on some speed limit changes advised by the city’s Traffic and Safety Engineering team on Thursday.
The Islamic Center of Tucson has been vandalized again.
Judges score them based on how fast they can do a variety of different formations. The last time the World Cup of Sky diving was hosted in Eloy was 1993.
Democratic Presidential Candidate Beto O’Rourke made his way to southern Arizona Sunday for a town hall.