Tucson celebrated turning 244 on Tuesday, August 20.
Monsoon storms are not over yet and that’s why the Northwest Fire District continues to train for swift water rescues.
The Arizona Center for Disability Law held a presentation on Thursday, August 15th for the community to learn more about service animal laws.
A special thank you to Representative Raul Grijalva on Wednesday, August 14.
The Casa Alitas Shelter has officially opened and has already accepted close to 250 legal asylum seekers for shelter and humanitarian aid.
A behavioral health activist is encouraging kids to get off their phones in order to help their brains.
In honor of Purple Heart Day, the Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter 442 donated $50,000 to local veteran service organizations.
Family members of a Patagonia man that was shot and killed by police officers filed a wrongful death lawsuit on Monday.
If you or someone you know between the ages of sixteen and twenty-four are looking for a job, there will be a youth job fair on Wednesday.
It’s an unusual bond between two pitbulls.
A new group of future doctors are about to begin their journey.
To celebrate National Fragile X Awareness Day, the Fourth Avenue underpass was lit up teal on Monday, July 22nd.
Teachers will soon get a few new back to school items thanks to Gadabout SalonSpas and VerVe Salon employees.
Marana Unified School District will officially be opening their new school on Tuesday, July 23rd.
Up on the mound, two time Golden Globe and Emmy winning actress Jane Seymour.
At News 4 Tucson we love to teach future journalists the ways of the industry and we are happy to welcome a new member of our intern team, Jason Bailey!
Anyone hoping for a cheap getaway could be in luck.
The new Pima County Juvenile Court Resource Center is officially open.
The Fourth of July Holiday Weekend keeps firefighters extremely busy.
Two people are without a home after a fire broke out in their garage.