UPDATE: Police identify suspect in officer-involved shooting in Santa Cruz River wash

Authorities have now confirmed an officer-involved shooting near Valencia Road and Calle Santa Cruz, in tucson’s southside.

Sierra Vista PD receives grant for DUI enforcement

Community Food Bank to start home delivery for seniors with state funding

Leman Academy alerts familes on positive COVID-19 case on campus

Method voluntarily recovering sea mineral fragranced handwash bottles in Tucson

TMC HealthCare to expand Rincon campus for medical, surgical services

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

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Arizona Land and Water Trust protects Tombstone Ranch

Reward offered to find man who killed fox at Peppersauce Campground

  Tucson breaks ground on Buffalo Soldier Memorial

Over 400 pounds of drugs collected at prescription take-back event

Reid Park Zoo implements new visitation procedures and announces its newest additions

University of Arizona: Latest COVID-19 testing results

2021 Tucson Gem and Mineral Show canceled due to pandemic

A crown jewel event for Tucson has been cancelled due to the pandemic.

  Santa Cruz River Heritage Project takes another big step by bringing back minnows

It’s the first time in more than 100 years the Gila topminnow is swimming again in this section of the Santa Cruz.

  ARIZONA DECIDES 2020: Sen. Martha McSally talks about the home stretch

Sen. Martha McSally said she’s ready for the home stretch leading up to Election Day.

  ARIZONA DECIDES 2020: Mark Kelly says his work isn’t done

Mark Kelly, who is running for Senate, said healthcare is one of the biggest issues facing Arizona residents.

  Time to protect the Four Ps as freezing temperatures sweep across southern Arizona

  As COVID-19 cases rise, war over face mask requirements brews in Pima County

President Trump to speak at two rallies in Arizona Wednesday

UPDATE: 14-year-old arrested in connection with mother’s death

REPORT: Miller, UA face multiple Level I NCAA violations

TUSD to move forward with full contact sports practices

MUSD confirms two COVID-19 cases at Mountain View High School

On Friday, Oct. 23, the Marana Unified School District sent a letter to parents about two confirmed COVID-19 cases at Mountain View High School.

Desert View High student tests positive for COVID-19

A student at Desert View High School has tested positive for COVID-19.

Green Living provides tips on how to be a sustainable pet owner

Here are some things you can do to ensure your furry pals are helping us protect the planet.

Community Food Bank food distribution hours shifting as holidays approach

Food distribution will not be available at any Community Food Bank location the Thursday of Thanksgiving Day.

UPDATE: One dead in crash on Interstate 19, roadway back open following investigation

I-19 northbound near Duval Mines Road was open again by 3:30 p.m.

TPD shuts down Old Vail Road following serious injury collision

Drivers are asked to use an alternate route if traveling in the area.

Rental assistance for back up rent available to Pima County residents

CARES Act funding is still available for up to 400 Pima County households struggling to pay rent during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Suspect arrested in stabbing at Santa Rita Park

The victim is still in the hospital in stable condition.

  United Way’s Days of Caring includes virtual opportunities

The United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona is motivating people to be creative and find simple ways to help, even if it's just right outside your own home.

Marana town manager resigns after six years

Marana Police Chief Terry Rozema will serve as interim for the time being.

Pima County Sheriff’s Department to host prescription drug take back day

You can drop off your unused and expired prescription drugs no questions asked.

ADHS releases requirements to establishments providing entertainment with dine-in services

AZDHS released requirements to businesses that offer activities such as arcade games, pool, bowling and karaoke on resuming activities while following risk-reduction COVID-19 mandates.

U of A searching for Latino families for online study on pandemic experiences

Each family will earn $40 for participating in this study.

Mission library to be renamed after Richard Elías

Mission Library will be renamed Richard Elías Mission Library.

Rural Metro Fire responds to hiker rescue in Ventana Canyon

Crews are currently en-route to the hiker.

ADHS advises healthcare providers to forego flu vaccinations to COVID infected

Although health authorities across Arizona have urged people to get their flu vaccines as soon as possible, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has offered new guidance to health providers on flu vaccines and those infected with COVID-19.

Pima County to give free flu shots and masks this week

If you plan to join city officials on Wednesday, please call to schedule your free flu shot.

Tucson City Council expected to approve plans for downtown high-rise

The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved a lease-purchase agreement for the development in January 2019.

Firefighters work through PTSD with peer support, counseling

Firefighters changing culture to 'ask for help and to get help.'

  Cyclist taken to hospital after being struck in the Foothills

The road has since been cleared.

GoodPup and PACC team up to offer discounts on dog training

Using video chat, GoodPup connects dog owners with certified trainers.

  Thousands gather for President Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again’ rally in Tucson

Supporters gathered at the Tucson Jet Center for “Make America Great Again” rally.

Police search for missing vulnerable adult from Phoenix ends successfully

72-year-old Geraldine. B Mannix has been found safe.

Tohono O’odham Nation commits $2M to COVID-19 research

The Tohono O’odham Nation is doing its part in the fight against the coronavirus by giving $1 million each to the Uniersity of Arizona and Arizona State University for COVID-19 research.

Unresponsive inmate found in cell at adult detention complex

Corrections officers doing rounds within the Pima County Adult Detention Complex encountered an inmate who was unresponsive in his cell.

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx to land on Bennu asteroid and collect sample, Tuesday

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will attempt to retrieve a sample from an asteroid named Bannu, and is expected to deliver the sample to Earth by 2023.

Update: Cochise County residents on “Ready” warning due to Ironwood Fire

Emergency notifications will continue to be made via the county alerting system and social media.

UPDATE: Tunnel discovered near Nogales border

This is the 127th tunnel discovered in the Tucson Sector since 1990 and the first discovered this fiscal year.

FOUND SAFE: Police locate missing two-week-old baby, biological father

Thanks to everyone who aided in Michelle’s safe return.

Oro Valley seeks local residents to serve on a board or commission

Serving on a board or commission is an opportunity to engage in a particular area of interest.

PCSD responds to traffic collision in Marana

Drivers are asked to find alternate routes.

Wildcats fans can purchase a cutout to sit in stands during games

Fans can purchase a cutout by November 11 in time for the first game on November 14.

AHS hosting hearing aid battery drive through December

Arizona Hearing Specialists is asking for community support for their 2021 Hearing Aid Battery Drive for St. Andrew’s Children’s Clinic in Nogales.

16th Annual ‘Bag-A-Thon’ happening now until Oct. 30 for families in need

With Halloween fast-approaching, the holiday season is right around the corner- and Interfaith Community Services is asking for your support to help familes in need.

  Experimental COVID-19 drug given to Trump has 3 trial locations in Tucson

Drug given to President Trump, Regeneron, is conduction clinical trials at three locations in Tucson.

Secretary of State releases guidelines for polling places and preventing voter intimidation

The Secretary of State released guidelines at voter polling places and preventing voter intimidation.

President Trump coming to Tucson next week

President Trump will hold a Make America Great Again event next week.

Pima County opens another round of PPE for small businesses

This time around, priority will be given to those applying for the very first time.

  Cafe Poca Cosa permanently closes after 35 years

The owner says the restaurant helped her achieve her dreams and contribute to her community.

Sierra Vista gives guidelines on Halloween safety

Sierra Vista officials are asking everyone to follow COVID-19 precautions on Halloween.

UPDATE: Driver in deadly Oct. 9 crash booked into jail upon release from hospital

Douglas Phillip Bender faces second-degree murder and criminal damage charges.

  Fourth Avenue Winter Street Fair canceled

It’s another devastating blow to businesses at the heart our community. Wednesday night, the Fourth Avenue Merchants Association announced the annual Winter Street Fair has been canceled.

Health experts keep pushing for vaccinations as COVID-19 continues into flu season

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, receiving a flu shot offfers the greatest protection against the flu- and an annual dose is recommended for individuals six-months-or-older who do not have medical conditions that would prevent from being vaccinated.

PCHD adding new COVID-19 testing site in downtown Tucson

The Pima County Health Department is teaming up with the Downtown Tucson Partnership to bring a new COVID-19 testing site to downtown Tucson.

University of Arizona replaces spring break 2021 with reading days

The university is joining other PAC-12 schools in eliminating spring break.

UPDATE: PCSD identifies suspect connected to shooting southwest of Tucson

Brandon Lawson was booked into the Pima County Adult Detention Complex for Aggravated Assault.

USDA, AZ Department of Education announce eligibility requirements for free and reduced-price meals

Under the new pricing program for school lunches, meals will be provided for free or at reduced-price for children whose families meet low income elegibility requirements.

City of Tucson offering mortgage assistance grants

These funds are only available until Dec. 31, and income limits apply.

UPDATE: Collision on east side sends two people to hospital

Two people have been transported to the hospital as a result.

Tohono O’odham Nation gives statement on protester arrests near SR 85 border checkpoint

Protester arrests were captured on video.

  Unemployment among disabled Arizonans is rising

28-percent of working age people with disabilities in the United States have a job.

Tucson police search for suspect in hit-and-run crash on city’s south side

The road will be shut down until further notice.

Tucson Denny’s to offer free meals in support of fatal hit-and-run involving child

On October 14 all meals are free when you make you a donation to The Lautaire familyat the Broadway Denny’s

Advocates worry ‘food insecurity’ gains could be upended by COVID-19

Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona has seen demand level off since the outset of the pandemic, but officials are not optimistic they have seen the worst of it.

UPDATE: Missing girl found safe

She has been found safe.

Two arrested for removing political signs in Tucson

Two people were arrested after taking political signs in Tucson.

Driver dies in single-vehicle collision on SR 86

The cause of the collision is still under investigation.

Red Cross to host Tucson Cares event

Today, some 720 trained Red Cross disaster workers support shelters and emergency relief efforts either on the ground or virtually.