Vicki Karr

Vicki Karr


Vicki Karr joined the Tucson News Now team as a multimedia journalist in August 2017.

She was born in Fort Myers, FL, and raised in a small inland town called LaBelle.

Vicki earned her associate’s degree while in high school before transferring to the University of Florida, where she majored in journalism.

During her senior year, she worked for a newspaper in Gainesville, FL. After graduation she worked at WBBH/WZVN in Fort Myers as a digital producer until making her way to Tucson.

Vicki enjoys talking to people and telling their stories. She is honored to report on topics that impact the people of southern Arizona.

Vicki speaks fluent Spanish and is of Mexican descent. She is a member of the Association of Hispanic Journalists.

Vicki is married to her high-school sweetheart of 10 years. Together they have two dogs, Denver and Bronco. Can you guess which NFL team the couple roots for?

Her favorite college team, of course, is the Florida Gators. She bleeds orange and blue and never misses a game! Go Gators!

An avid runner, Vicki has competed in several 5K and 10K races and a half marathon. Please say hello if you catch her at a local race!

She and her husband are excited to explore Tucson and all the wonderful places to eat.

If you have a story idea or would just like to say hi, email her or follow her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Contact Vicki

Recent Articles by Vicki

  UA joins other universities to fight human trafficking

  Docent volunteers key to mission’s success

  Enrollment doubles in program aimed at AZ teacher retention

  Amid recent mass shootings, Tucsonans await memorial for 2011 tragedy

  New tech, programs at 2 TUSD high schools

  Restaurant Report Card: Popular seafood restaurant forced to close temporarily

  La Cholla project could affect drop-off at 2 Amphi schools

  Tucson looking for volunteers for road safety committee

  Safe Kids Summer: August is drowning impact awareness month

  LIST: Sandbag locations across southern AZ

  Marana school district sees growth heading into new school year

  Sunnyside students head back to the classroom

  Monsoon 2019: How to report storm damage in your neighborhood

  New school brings more autism resources to Tucson

  Restaurant Report Card: Market snags health inspectors’ attention

  Grant to help with strangulation detection

Tucson police increasing patrols in some areas

Wash maintenance a year-round task for Pima County

  Restaurant Report Card: Jerry Bob’s location enduring rough year

  Artists work to restore history on Tucson’s west side

TUSD to offer free meals at 34 schools

  Last-minute summer travels? Watch for 'road gators’

Prop 101: Road projects get started this week

  Vail K-8 students head back to the classrooms

  Restaurant Report Card: Food trucks doing it right

  New UA program to support vets in STEM

  Broken AC? Know your rights

  Some parks starting to see changes thanks to Prop 407

  Fireworks can trigger flashbacks for some vets with PTSD

Rate increase in effect for Tucson Water customers