Texas Roadhouse in Marana is inviting the public to their fundraiser in benefit of El Paso shooting victims and their families.
Nola Gelling, 12, a seventh-grader at Khalsa Montessori School is the grand prize winner this year.
Pet owners? Did you miss the first free community vaccine and microchip clinic earlier this summer?
Arizona Department of Transportations is reminding passengers about the new federal identification requirements.
Tucson is celebrating 244 years of life, culture and history on Tuesday.
The Tucson primary election is around the corner.
Silver Alert has been issued for a 75-year-old man in Chandler.
Broadway Boulevard is now open between Camino Seco and Gollob Road.
Payson Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing 16-year-old girl.
Fayth Hospitality Group announced Monday that the construction of a 76-room Hampton Inn and a 123-room Home2Suites began at 141 S. Stone Ave, east of St. Augustine Cathedral.
Banner – University Medical Center is set to officially announce title sponsorship of the 37th El Tour de Tucson on Monday.
On Feb. 2, 2018, Pima County Sheriff’s Department responded to a home on Tomasita Drive near Sahuarita and Wentworth roads when they found 43-year-old Sandra Enriquez and 15-year-old Isabelle Enriquez dead in a tub.
Two people have been detained after a shooting incident prompted a southside police chase Friday morning.
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, artists will gather from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday for the PaintStock event.
Jail officials said they were protesting the arrest of Anthony Potter, who was arrested by University of Arizona Police Department for trespassing and several warrants.
Residents and business owners within the City of Tucson are being asked to take a survey on a proposed green infrastructure program.
Tucson fire and police departments are assisting Southwest Gas Corp with traffic control on Tucson’s eastside Thursday morning.
The district said they were contacted by Marana Police Department about a message that “resurfaced” on Snapchat stating “there gonna shoot up the school.”
In light of the recent mass shootings, active shooter training scenarios have become an important exercise.
A Tucson man was convicted for dangerous manslaughter in the death of a 73-year-old man in 2017.