Though we are in the monsoon, there has not been much rain yet, but it is coming. And now is the time to start getting your vehicle ready for it.
Murals are popping up all over Tucson. A new one is in the works on the east side and it is different than the others.
At Amphitheatre (Amphi) School District bus drivers transport 6 thousand students a day during the school year. The district says it is a critical job, but it is hard to find people to do it.
One of Tucson’s biggest 4th of July fireworks shows will be on Sentinel Peak, also known as “A” Mountain.
A local Tucson shop recently had to change names because the language could be considered offensive.
On Tuesday’s meeting at 9 a.m., supervisors will vote on a Conditional Use Permit for a minor resort across Saguaro National Park on Old Spanish Trail.
There is another high-rise going up, but this one is in midtown on Speedway Boulevard near Country Club Road.
Southern Arizona is a popular spot for hiking, but it can also be deadly.
The City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT) is now working with the help of some surprising technology.
Drivers have seen construction at Ina Road and Interstate 10 for more than two years.
Over at Pima Animal Care Center (PACC), dogs are being brought in daily, suffering from heat exhaustion.
Social Media is a great tool, but it can be dangerous in the hands of a child.
Southern Arizona Family Services (SAFS) has a program for adults with disabilities. There have been incidents where police have been called for behavioral issues, so many of the adults are afraid of law enforcement.
One wounded warrior in Tucson was able to heal from his injuries through physical fitness. Now he wants to help other injured soldiers do the same.
Drivers who commute from the Rita Ranch area have another change headed their way.
The official start of the monsoon is just days away and the City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT) wants residents to start preparing now.
According to Everytown, a group working to end gun violence, 100 Americans are killed with guns every day.
Just last week, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially recognized video game addiction as a mental health disorder.
The monsoon is fast approaching. Its official first day is June 15.
Fifty high school students from across the state are starting a summer program called Med-Start at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Department.