When she finally went to bed on election night, Kathy Hoffman didn’t know she would soon become Arizona’s new Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The 36th annual El Tour De Tucson welcomed thousands of riders to the Old Pueblo from all over the world, Saturday.
According to Fwd.US, an organization focusing on criminal justice reform, Arizona is in crisis when it comes to putting people behind bars.
Rural Metro Fire Department firefighters in the Town of Sahuarita teamed up with the community to help decorate the home of a 4-year-old boy diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Monday night around 7 p.m., Bill Givens was out with his dog on their nightly walk near his midtown home at Catalina Ave. and Fairmont Ave.
Sunday night Junior Collins is mourning the loss of his friend Amonn Sandoval, the 16-year-old boy Collins called “Tito.”
On October 13, 2015, 20-year-old Zach Corbut was shot and killed in a home invasion in midtown.
“We’ve got about 60,000 ballots left to count,” Pima County Elections Director Brad Nelson said Friday afternoon.
Election Eve finds longtime Pima County Democrat Jeanne Christie making calls into the night.
From human defecation to trashed classrooms, Tucson Baptist Church is recovering from a vandalism act that occurred Thursday night.
The 14th amendment to the Constitution dates back more than a century and half. Now, in a new wrinkle of the immigration debate, President Donald Trump floated the idea of ending birthright citizenship.
Rabbi Yehuda Ceitlin of Chabad Tucson heads to New York Thursday for a security conference on how to keep synagogues safe in the wake of the attack on The Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.
The caravan of migrants on their way to the United States stopped Sunday to rest in Southern Mexico.
Hours after a gunman entered a Pittsburgh synagogue and allegedly killed 11 people and injured six others, Tucson Jewish Community Center President and CEO Todd Rockoff said the safety and security of its members are always in the forefront of his mind.
Navar rammed his patrol car into the wrong-way driver’s vehicle. The trooper argues his actions saved lives.
Hundreds of voters in one south side precinct were sent ballots from the Pima County Elections Center with a glaring mistake. The TUSD governing board race was left off the ballot.
Arizona schools Superintendent Diane Douglas has less than three months left on the job. She pushed for a major change in our science classes.
As part of a busy Sunday of get-out-the-vote rallies Pima County Democrats welcomed the headliner, U.S. Senate candidate Rep. Kyrsten Sinema.
On a windy fall Saturday afternoon in Marana, the spirit of kindness was in the air.
President Donald Trump made a stop in Arizona Friday to throw his full support behind Tucson Representative Martha McSally in her run for the Senate.