News 4 Tucson talked with LGBTQ organizations in Tucson who say the community is overall pretty accepting, but there is still a lot of work to be done.
Last year, News 4 Tucson reported on a $88 million high-rise hotel project that was set to go up right behind the Rialto Theatre downtown.
It is officially summer break for students, which means families are heading out of town for summer vacation, snowbirds are gone, and college students are back in their hometowns.
Memorial Day is a day to honor our military and the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice defending our freedoms. One veteran is finally being honored with a medal years after his passing.
Grecia Cubillas is about to graduate high school. She is finishing with a 4.0 GPA and a scholarship to ASU.
Graduation is an exciting time for local high school students, but it can be dangerous with parties and underage drinking.
School is almost out for the summer, which means students will not receive meals they rely on from local schools.
The National Weather Service says it is wildfire season in Southern Arizona and with windy conditions this week, all it takes is a cigarette thrown out a window to start a massive fire.
JTED is a program in Pima County that offers tuition-free career and technical education (CTE) programs to high school students.
Here is a list of some summer camp’s in the Tucson area for 2019:
Residents in Oro Valley could see their water rates increase.
The University of Arizona Commencement Ceremony is happening Friday.
Mother’s Day is coming up, so News 4 Tucson is highlighting moms in the community who are remarkable.
More than a year ago Tucson teachers took to the state Capitol chanting #RedforEd.
According to the National Transgender Survey, 41 percent of transgender Americans reported they have attempted suicide.
With Mother’s Day right around the corner, we are taking a closer look into the lives of some remarkable moms in Tucson.
The March for Babies is happening in Tucson on Saturday. It is to raise money for March of Dimes.
After the story ran, News 4 Tucson got a call to the newsroom from a man named John Lyon. He called to say he saw the story and he worked with Sgt. Rock for many years.
According to ADOT, it costs taxpayers $4 million each year to clean up trash along Arizona highways.
Sgt. John Rock retired in 1982. Now, at 93-years-old, he is reminiscing on his time with the department.