Two Tucsonans are both living through their third impeachment process of a sitting president They each view this historic impeachment inquiry through a different lens.
Shots were fired at Eegee’s on Speedway Boulevard near Stone Avenue on Wednesday night after customers became angry with the drive-thru employees.
According to officials, $20,000 worth of computers and other items were stolen from Intermountain Academy last weekend.
Border Patrol agents in Nogales, Ariz. are taking a proactive approach to stop drug smugglers from using tunnels to bring in their contraband.
Old Tucson Studios opened its new escape room attraction at the theme park, just west of Tucson on Wednesday.
The Tucson Unified School District Governing Board officially voted to adopt the Anti-Juul litigation on Tuesday night.
The blueprints have been released and a plan to improve Reid Park and expand the Reid Park Zoo is underway.
A local high school marching band is diving into politics through music and choreography to remind us of an important life lesson.
Police have pulled over more than 10,000 distracted drivers in the 18 months that the Hands Free ordinance has been in effect in the City of Tucson.
According to PCSD, deputies responded to the intersection of Silverbell Road and Silver Rodge Lane in reference to the crash.
A grieving father says his son’s death was preventable. He claims his child’s school handled the situation poorly. And he’s taking legal action.
The Republican Party says that due to how the mail-in ballots were printed, with the voter’s party registration displayed on the envelope, they believe it could have affected voter’s ability to have their voice heard.
Eight months a year, John Barron of Tyler, TX transports the traveling tribute Vietnam Memorial Wall from city to city, place to place.
There will be increased security presence at Sahuaro High School Tuesday following an investigation of a potential school threat on social media.
Serious injuries were sustained in a single-vehicle crash that took place Monday afternoon on the far northwest side.
Led by dozens of organizations, hundreds of people from Arizona, New Mexico and California headed south this weekend to protect what they say is being destroyed by the border wall.
Dozens of veterans had an opportunity to help them cope with PTSD through drift racing. It’s all part of a program led by a non-profit that works to help veterans.
About 65 miles (105 kilometers) east of Tucson, Willcox Playa is winter habitat for thousands of migratory sandhill cranes.
A UArizona grad is running across the US to raise money for non-profits.
There are many ways to show your support and honor our nation’s current and former military members for Veterans Day on Monday throughout Tucson.