David Ramirez and his wife Erika were in the courtroom Friday to hear the verdict rendered on his brother and sister-in-law.
“You got two choices when something like this happens to you,” Douglas Angiolini said. “You either fizzle away and die or you try to pick yourself up and move on.”
Linda Archuleta joined dozens of colleagues on a street corner in downtown Tucson this week for what education leaders call a Red For Ed reminder rally.
Wildlife experts say a small, young cormorant, a tropical water bird, is in their care at the Tucson Wildlife Center Friday.
The city recently opened a community center on the south side and Pima County opened a shelter.
Tom Wray is with Sunzia, the company that wants to bring two massive high voltage power lines to Oracle as part of a renewable energy project that includes a wind farm in New Mexico.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky is leading the national effort to get a bill passed in Congress that would raise the smoking age from 18 to 21.
“It’s hard, it’s a lot,” Julia said.
At the annual Good Friday Procession up “A” Mountain there is a participant who takes her familiar place just behind the cross each year.
Tucson’s St. John’s Skate Park is popular place for teens to hangout.
Victor Vasquez lost his father Victor Sr. in the summer of 2017.
Mark Gerrish was a longtime member at the Platinum Fitness on Oracle in Oro Valley.
The vice president toured the border in Nogales.
After getting a ticket, Estelle Flores went to traffic school. She earned a certificate when she finished.
Tucson Police say one man is in the hospital with serious injuries Sunday afternoon after a shooting on the south side.
On April 8, 2000, 19 marines were killed when their MV-22 Osprey aircraft crashed as it prepared to land during a nighttime training exercise at the Marana Regional Airport.
It’s championship time for Arizona women’s basketball.
High School students in the Sunnyside Unified School District are now learning CPR.
One Southern Arizona wildlife expert says this move will do great damage to our ecosystem.
On a dance floor on Tucson’s east side Saturday night, some teenagers with cancer try to forget about their struggles, if only for an hour.