TRAFFIC: Where to watch for road work across Tucson, southern Arizona

‘No credible threat’ after graffiti referencing school shooting found in Marana High bathroom

  CHECK IT OUT: Tucson hacienda open for bids starting at $2.75 million

  WHAT’S THAT? Tucson skies to be filled with unusual aircraft this weekend

Tucson to implement three-strike rule, fines on recycling program

Pinal County: Coronavirus threat remains low, officials ready for response

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Cyclovia Tucson connects south Tucson and downtown with car-free streets

  UA to break ground on first tech park building

UPDATE: Police find missing Sahuarita woman

Rio Nuevo advances $4 million for next steps in TCC improvements

More than 11,000 new voters register in Pima County

  Iron Horse Park to get makeover including new dog park

  Tucson clock store owner reflects on keeping track of time

When you ask Nancy Barnette, what time it is, she’ll more than likely always know.

Tucson animal rescue groups receive donated cat food

This Tucson distribution is part of a $40,000 donation of urgently needed pet food raised during the 5th Annual Shelter Bowl.

Saguaro National Park asking community’s help in identifying vehicle break-in suspects

In two incidents, a small blunt object was used to break the vehicles’ windows and items were stolen from inside the passenger compartment.

UPDATE: Deceased person identified in south side fatal collision

The investigation is on-going and no charges or citations have been issued at this time.

UPDATE: Police identify motorcyclist killed in crash near Park Place Mall

  Bulldogs welcomed home at Davis-Monthan from deployment

  Cologuard Classic returns to Tucson

  Airmen train hard at Davis Monthan to save others

  UPDATE: Man arrested following fugitive standoff in north Tucson

  Marana turns to public to develop park plans

  Couple crochets plastic bags to make mats for homeless

It takes about 100 hours to create one mat.

  Tombstone trainer reveals what it takes to make a rodeo bull

A family puts their heart and soul into making a rodeo bull.

  Tucson woman fights to keep Sugar Hill neighborhood from being forgotten

Shaw hopes that with keeping stories like Austin’s alive, the history of the neighborhood will keep its future safe.

  Preparing for the annual 95th Tucson Rodeo Parade

Parade organizers say this year is extra special.

  WATCH: The 95th annual Tucson Rodeo Parade

Each year over 200,000 people line the route to watch the country’s longest non-mechanized parade.

  Proposed bill would monitor speakers on Arizona college campuses

The Arizona Board of Regents said it is against HB2238 because the lack of funding.

  Tucson Mayor Romero takes swipe at proposal to put sanctuary city bill on November ballot

Arizona lawmakers want residents to vote on a bill that would ban sanctuary cities.

  BEAUTIFUL: Oro Valley family reunites with missing dog after more than a year

After more than a year, a missing dog returned to his Oro Valley home.

  Tucson Rodeo clowns bring smiles, cheers to children at TMC

It was the Tucson Rodeo's first visit to the hospital.

Here’s everything you need to know about the 95th annual Tucson Rodeo

The 95th annual Tucson Rodeo is scheduled for Saturday-Sunday, Feb. 15-23.

Up to $1500 reward offer in stoning death of javelina at elementary school

The maximum penalty for the crime of illegally taking wildlife is six months in jail and a $750 fine. Civil penalties may also apply.

  Jim Click Millions for Tucson raffle 2020 kicks off

This will be the 11th in a series of charity raffles hosted by Click, which have collectively raised more than $8 million for local Tucson-area non-profits.

  Bisbee council seeks bids to demolish century-old City Hall

Bids should come back in the spring, which is when the City will likely decide on whether to go ahead with demolition. If that route is taken, a new city hall could be up and running by next year.

  Facebook post by Tucson family goes viral

See how one family is spreading awareness through one social media post.

  Pima County pets to be flown to other shelter in U.S

Most of these animals will end up at a shelter in Seattle, Washington.

Tucson man dies after pedestrian collision on southside

The 21-year-old pedestrian Isaiah Suazo passed away from his injuries at Banner-UMC, according to the Tucson Police Department.

  Tucson Rodeo bull rider recovering from injuries

Justin Sports Medicine Team and local EMT's were on the scene.

PCSD responds to hiker rescue near Finger Rock Trail

The call came in around 2:04 p.m. involving one hiker.

  Rural Metro Fire responds to house fire in Foothills

No injuries were reported, but the cause of the fire is currently under investigation.

  Nonprofit group remembers a victim of domestic violence

A short walk memorialized a young woman who died at the hands of her ex-boyfriend two years ago.

  Pima County Spelling Bee students get ready for the big competition

Students gear up for the county bee.

  Sonoran Love Stories: Making their love last

At just 15, Pahola met the love of her life. Now, nearly 25 years later, her and her husband say it's respect that has made their love last.

  Sonoran Love Stories: Finding the right cup of tea

“We both get that we’re weird, we both get that we’re a little eccentric, not everybody’s cup of tea,” Tricia said.

  Sonoran Love Stories: The Weight of Love

How a passion for fitness and sports brought one couple — and their business — together.

  Love in Madera Canyon: Giving hearts a second chance

Like she often does, Frayley had spotted a heart, an imperfect and bruised one.

  East-side residents voice concerns over drug use, crime

Officers encourage residents to email the Tucson Police Department with specific locations of where criminal activity is happening so they can target those areas with extra patrols.

  AZ Weekend, Feb. 14

One of Tucson's oldest traditions is in the chute

  Rural Metro Fire battles blaze at the Tanque Verde Swap Meet

Firefighters are putting water on the fire to extinguish it, but are not sure what is burning.

Marana school district selects new superintendent

During the Governing Board meeting, board members voted 5-0 in favor, to hire Streeter.

AZ Game and Fish report second coyote attack in midtown

AZ Game and Fish says the coyote had been at the park days before pursuing other dogs.

Man suffers from rare coyote bite in Oro Valley

AZ Game and Fish say unprovoked attacks are the result of illegal feeding.

  Gun shop customers react to bill aimed at banning assault weapons in Arizona

According to the bill, government employees, officers, agents, members of the armed forces or peace officers are exempt from the legislation.

  Some voters ditching life-long parties as the Presidential Preference Election gets closer

The deadline to register as a democrat to be eligible to vote for the PPE is Feb. 18.

  TUSD hopes to take a bite out of growing food debt

Students will no longer be able to incur debt for school meals.

  Tucson first responders bring the hospital to the patient

With new guidelines to treat cardiac arrest, emergency medics hope to save more lives.

  US Attorney’s Office in Tucson answers questions about sanctuary cities

It comes one day after US Attorney General announced his office would file suit against three states for supporting sanctuary city policies.

  Catholic community remembers beloved Tucson priest killed in car crash

Father Raul Valencia was killed in a collision on Interstate 19 earlier this month.

Operation Deep Freeze in effect Feb. 11

Donations are needed to help keep people warm this winter. New or gently-used coats, blankets, gloves, socks and sweaters can be dropped off at any Naughton’s Plumbing location or at the Hospitality House at 1002 N. Main Ave.

ACTION DAY: Rain, mountain snow continue

Winter weather advisory above 7,000 feet in effect through midnight

  Couple starts podcast to help grieving families

April and her husband, Joe, are spending their night around her phone, hoping their message spreads far beyond these four walls.

Three more sentenced in Adam Mada death

Adam Mada was 20-months-old when he died in March 2016.

Tucson man admits to killing girlfriend’s baby

He will be sentenced at 1:30 p.m. Monday, April 6.

Tucson woman sounds warning after son injured during social media challenge

Hodson’s son is suffering a head injury, face stitches, severe mouth cuts and two loose front teeth.

Nogales residents invited to ADOT open house about SR 189, I-19 project

Work on Mariposa Road scheduled to last 18 months

Dunbar Pavilion hosts African American Read-In

The Dunbar Pavilion has scheduled more events throughout Black History Month.

Speed Mentoring event helps kids find future careers

Each handshake with a professional is a chance for him to see himself in their roles. The event is also a celebration for Black History Month.

UPDATE: Search teams respond to multiple hikers in need across Pima County

A young woman fell on the Phoneline Trail in Sabino Canyon.

  Tucson man honored with philanthropic award at local gala

Mr. An is known for his local restaurant, Mr. An's Teppan Steak and Seafood.

READ: Environmental impact statement for project that could bring F-35s to Tucson

Tucson residents will get a chance to learn more about plans that could bring an squadron of F-35 fighters to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.

Tucson girl visits police station to meet her heroes, role models

Boys at school told her ‘girls can’t be cops’

Elderly man fighting for life following fire on west side of Tucson

An elderly Tucson man is fighting for his life following a fire on the west side early Friday, Feb. 7.

DENVER TURNS 31: Reid Park Zoo celebrates giraffe’s milestone birthday

Guests who visited Reid Park Zoo on the giraffe's birthday had the opportunity to measure themselves beside a chalk drawing of Denver.

  Tucson toddler fights for his life through cancer, kidney transplant

Young boy developed transplant-related cancer after severe birth defect

Former bishop’s home to transform into special needs facility

A house belonging to a former bishop with the Catholic Diocese of Tucson will be renovated into a group home for adults with special needs.

  Tucson police, PACC find dozens of cats hoarded in home

TPD officers served a search warrant for the well-being of the animals at a condemned home near the intersection of Swan and Pima.

New Dutch Bros to open on 22nd Street Friday

The coffee shop will open at 5 a.m. Friday, Feb. 7 at 3901 E. 22nd Street.

Car veers off road, smashes into tree in fatal crash on Interstate 19

The driver was identified as 59-year-old Alex Zuniga.

Final defendant extradited to face charges in Border Patrol agent murder case

There are a total of seven defendants charged in this case.