A bill being introduced to Arizona state lawmakers could help reduce prison sentences in the state of Arizona, while giving prisoners resources they need.
The Tucson Rodeo held a Rodeo Education and Children or REACh Program Monday morning to teach kindergarten through 6th grade students a history of the American West.
Amazon announced on Monday evening that it had acquired mesh-networking Wi-Fi company Eero for an undisclosed sum.
More than two dozen children from Atlanta were rushed to the hospital on Valentine’s Day, and officials think holiday candy is to blame.
All relationships are different, but a recent study looked at how your smartphone is affecting your relationship.
A California family was driving on I-10 near Ruthrauff Road and encountered a wrong-way driver Monday night.
According to Button 2019 Mobile Commerce Report, the number of people making in-app purchases soared 108% more during the 2018 holiday season than on the mobile web.
Members from law enforcement agencies throughout Arizona gathered in Tucson Friday afternoon to complete the Southern Arizona Multi-Agency Honor Guard Academy.
The world’s oceans are warming and growing more acidic as a result of climate change, and a provocative new study suggests they’ll be changing color too.
After thousands of motorcycle accidents and deaths last year in Arizona, there is a statewide training push for motorcyclists.
An Alabama police officer who fired shots that killed a 21-year-old man on Thanksgiving night at a mall outside of Birmingham will not face charges.
A new bill is being considered at the Arizona State Capitol that would provide more information for parents, but is raising questions about the effectiveness of vaccines.
One lucky Tucson man got free tickets to watch the Super Bowl game this weekend from an Arizona Cardinals football player.
Mental health is a huge issue across the country and some Arizona mental health providers claim their services are not getting paid for or are wrongfully being denied.
The Tucson Gem, Mineral and Fossil Show not only brings thousands of people to Tucson in February, but millions of dollars to the local economy.
University of Arizona researchers are analyzing the positive and negative effects of using humor in the workplace.
Many local small businesses are already feeling the effect of the 50 cent minimum wage increase from last year.
A mother is fighting for her life after she was diagnosed with leukemia in March of last year.
Governor Doug Ducey and Cindy McCain discussed human trafficking prevention and awareness efforts across Arizona during a press conference Thursday afternoon.
A once in a lifetime opportunity in Tucson takes us back in time to the late 1920’s aboard a historic flight.