The Pima County Board of Supervisors will meet 9 a.m. Monday to decide whether to lease the former Pima County Juvenile Center to Catholic Community Services for $100 dollars a year.
Pima County Sheriff’s deputies are reminding the community to stay vigilant when it comes to sex offenders. They say there are a little over 2,000 registered sex offenders in Pima County.
A Republican state representative and Arizona’s Democratic superintendent of public instruction are sparring over a backlog of pending applications from families for private school tuition vouchers.
Crews found smoke and flames coming from half of the mobile home, as well as a car that was parked near the home.
On Saturday nearly 100 Southwest Gas employees and their family members volunteered to pack food boxes for homeless teens and low-income seniors that are homebound.
A victim from Oro Valley recently had tens of thousands of dollars stolen from a credit union account.
They were debating for the first time in this campaign with only two weeks to go before ballots get mailed out.
Veteran Rescue Mission serves as a safe place for veterans to eat, sleep and worship.
A couple who lives in the City of South Tucson experienced a devastating blow when the auto parts they ordered were stolen from their fenced yard after they were delivered. The parts were to repair the air conditioning in the vehicle.
Bighorn sheep have been spotted in an Oro Valley neighborhood this week.
Joshua Anderson,16, was last heard from on May 28, 2019. He reached out to a friend expressing he was in danger, in the desert and without water.
State authorities have launched an investigation over claims that an employee of a local cancer center has been stealing opioids that are meant for patients.
The fungal infection, which is found mostly in Arizona, is caused by inhaling spores that live in the ground.
“Everybody was either yelling and screaming or crying or both,” said Martha Gilliland, who lives in Tucson. “You just knew something really big had happened.”
Pima County plans to spend over $530,000 in federal funding to provide humanitarian aid for migrants seeking asylum through 2019.
His crutches clank every time he takes a step. The walking boot on his leg is itchy and heavy. Still, Anthony Valencia says he would do it all again.
After paying all debts, the school may have more than $800,000 remaining.
The male subject displayed a handgun from his right pocket, pointed at the clerk and demanded money.
Tucson Police Department is searching for a bank robbery suspect who allegedly robbed the Chase Bank located at 947 N. Park Ave., on Monday.
The Old Pueblo has taken a major step in becoming the first sanctuary city in the state after the Pima County Recorder’s Office officially certified that the initiative had met its requirements to be placed on the November ballot.