Tucson police: Crash on south-side now being investigated as gang-related shooting

Officers with the Operations Division South responded to an initial report of a single-vehicle crash with a suspect leaving the scene, but are now reporting it was a possible gang-related shooting.

Lose a diamond ring, TPD just might have it

  Brooke’s Bargains: Memorial Day

  37 million take to their cars for Memorial Day

Tucson Fire Department: ABCs of water safety

Florence man convicted of manslaughter in 2013 shooting

  Unusually cooler temperatures bring more campers to Catalina State Park

Continued Coverage

Canoa Ranch Rest Area reopens before holiday weekend

Drug smuggling attempt via ultralight aircraft stopped by BP agents

UPDATE: Hit-and-run crash at train crossing in Marana

Multi agency rescue for man perched on Patagonia cliff

Authorities: Couple steals RV, tries to make break for Mexico

Crash delays I-10 westbound and eastbound traffic

Multiple people wounded in blast in Lyon, France

The cause of Friday's afternoon blast wasn't immediately known, and the wounded suffered leg injuries and weren't life-threatening.

UPDATE: Five killed in wrong-way crash near Kingman

82-year-old driver of wrong-way vehicle died at a hospital.

Southern Arizona commemorates Memorial Day 2019 with special events

Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military.

Arizona Legislature scales back private school tax credits

The Arizona Legislature is finishing its yearly work and just approved a plan that phases out 20 percent growth increases to a corporate tax credit that funds private school scholarships

Hawaiian Air apologizes after dozens were overcharged hundreds of thousands of dollars

Everything you need to know for Salt River Tubing

Amado driver upset about checkpoint search, blames marijuana grow operation

TRAFFIC: Road closures and projects

Fire destroys garage at east-side home; family, dogs safe

Tucson couple wanted for murder arrested in NY

Gunfire erupts at party on Tucson’s west side

No injuries, but homes in the 1200 block of N. Chamberlain Place were struck by bullets.

Silver Alert canceled for missing Sun Lakes man

72-year-old Wallis Dusenbery was found safe and in good health.

  Tucson grandmother joins grandson for a graduation ceremony she never had

The 86-year-old received a diploma from Tucson High School in 1952, but never got to walk in a ceremony.

  Women dominate Pima Community College graduating class

Graduation marks the end of a chapter that took years to write.

  GEARING UP FOR THE CUP: Soccer has no age limit

Soccer is already a big deal for many women who play for the Tucson Women's Soccer League.

Sign up to see the ‘Queen of the Night’ bloom this summer

Sign up to be notified by email when the night-blooming cereus are ready to bloom!

  Pup and Circumstance: Pooch steals show at high school graduation

The fern wasn't the only thing that got drowned out. The valedictorian, apparently not realizing what was happening, got drowned out by the laughter.

  ‘Stop the Bleed’ holds workshops in Tucson

Program teaches people how to stop bleeding, the leading cause of death among trauma victims.

Check your tickets! Winning $1.9 million jackpot ticket sold in Tucson

The winning Triple Twist ticket was purchased at the Fry’s Food Store at 4150 E. 22nd Street.

  Sahuarita house for sale covered in graffiti

Police expect they can make an arrest in this case.

Saguaro National Park May & June Programs Schedule

Saguaro National Park is offering a variety of walks and talks that explore the park’s wonderful natural and cultural histories.

Sierra Vista Ranger District hosts event for National Get Outdoors Day June 8

Entrance and activities are all free-of-charge. Forest personnel and partners will offer a variety of games to play and an assortment of National Get Outdoors Day prizes.

Prosecutors drop case against Scottsdale man with a sex dungeon

The Maricopa County Attorney's Office won't pursue the case against the man who allegedly held his girlfriend hostage in a sex dungeon at his Scottsdale home

Scam Alert: Callers asking for payments via gift cards

The scammer attempts to convince the victim that they can clear their computer of a virus but that payment is required first via Google Play gift cards

Car drives over water hose during firefighting operation

Thankfully, crews were able to stop the fire and there were no injuries reported.

Class of 2019: Southern Arizona high school graduations

Graduation dates to remember for the Class of 2019.

  Trade impasse: Trump pledges $16B to farmers; markets slump

The aid package is another sign that the trade war with China won't end anytime soon.

Community invited to support Stop the Bleed initiative at Firehouse Subs

The money will be used to purchase trauma kits, which are placed in schools and other locations throughout the community.

Southern Arizona school districts participate in 2019 Summer Food Program

Southern Arizona school districts participate in Summer Food Program 2019.

Binational operation leads to seizure of over 250 pounds of narcotics

Nineteen smugglers were arrested in the joint Mexican/U.S. operation.

Woman charged after running over victim multiple times with her SUV

A Jonesboro woman has been arrested for trying to run over another woman Wednesday night.

  3 dead, state capital battered as storms rake Missouri

The tornado cut a path about 3 miles long and a mile wide from the south end of Jefferson City north toward the Missouri River, said police Lt. David Williams.

Oro Valley police looking for Target theft suspects

The two suspects are also wanted in other Target thefts

Ex-Pima County district employee accused of embezzling funds

A former accounting employee for a Pima County school district has been charged with embezzling thousands of dollars

Brush fire burns west of Red Rock

The fire happened in an old agricultural field that is no longer in use.

  Lawyers: Incapacitated woman who gave birth, ‘repeatedly raped,’ may have previously been pregnant

Lawyers for the woman, who has been in long-term care since age 3, have filed a $45 million notice of claim against the state of Arizona.

  Border Patrol agent accused of sexually assaulting women

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Steven Charles Holmes has been with the department for seven years.

  Authorities: Arizona man hid mom’s death to collect benefits, pay for patent

Authorities said Daniel Shannon buried his mother in the backyard when she died in December 2018.

  Pima County job vacancies at all-time high

There are some jobs which the county has a hard time filling such as attorneys, skilled professionals, tradesmen and craftsmen.

  Old Pueblo Poems help bring rhythm back downtown

Downtown Tucson has started a new poetry project

  Pro-life activists rally in Tucson; Arizona Republicans ask for $2.5 million for anti-abortion clinic pilot program

Protesters were also there to support pro-life ideals.

  Tucson protesters rally for abortion rights

There were two abortion rallies in Tucson to protest recent state laws imposing new restrictions on abortion laws.

  UPDATE: Suspect taken to hospital following standoff on east side

Woman escapes from armed man who had been holding her hostage.

Officials: Border agent suspended without pay in June 2018

The Border Patrol says an agent in Arizona accused of using his truck to knock over a migrant trying to flee has been indefinitely suspended since June 2018 after his indictment

Kennel owner charged with animal cruelty

The pet owners said in a video they were preparing to take the animals to an area animal hospital, but one died less than 20 minutes later.

  Mountain lion spotted near Sabino Canyon

Wildlife is more likely to be spotted in warmer weather

Sierra Vista man facing charges of sexual conduct with minor

Alexander Leever, 24, was booked into the Cochise County Jail. His bond has been set at $1,500.

Couple who accused Georgia Tech’s Pastner charged

An Arizona couple who accused Georgia Tech basketball coach Josh Pastner of sexual assault are facing more criminal charges

Nine students on autism spectrum set to graduate

Graduation will be held from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Bittersweet day at Thornydale as school shuts its doors

Marana Unified School District is closing Thornydale Elementary School because of low enrollment.

Firefighters extinguish fire near south-side church

The fire happened shortly before 2:30 a.m. in the 1200 block of South Sixth Avenue.

ACTION DAY: Windy day on tap for Wednesday

Get ready for blowing dust

  Tucson tattoo artist donates profits to local autism community

All the money he gets from his work goes right back to developing outreach to the local autism community.

  A new off-track betting site could set up in Tucson

Tucson City Council decided to continue the conversation about the license application for an off-track betting site at Midtown Tavern Tuesday night.

Tucson police investigating armed robbery at south-side restaurant

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME.

Portion of 1st Avenue closed near Prince due to crash involving a pedestrian

Drivers should avoid the area and use and alternate route if possible. No word on how long the area will be closed.

CCSO searching for two suspects in RV theft

The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying, locating two suspects in an RV theft.

Cochise County Board of Supervisors adopts tentative budget, holds primary tax rate

The Board of Supervisors has unanimously adopted Cochise County’s tentative budget for fiscal year 2019-2020.

  Tucson man alive thanks to help from AED, trained employees

Hundreds of thousands of people suffer cardiac arrests nationwide every year. When it happens, there can sometimes only be minutes to act.

  Bees swarm chemistry building at University of Arizona

Thousands of bees were swarming around an irrigation box outside on the south side of the chemistry building Tuesday morning, along with a smaller swarm near the front of the building.

Tucson podiatrist sentenced to prison for Medicare fraud scheme

Wessel regularly provided routine podiatry care for patients at assisted living facilities in and around Tucson, but fraudulently billed Medicare for more complex and significantly more expensive services that he had not performed.

Is this your sugar glider?

The animal will be put up for adoption if no one comes forward in three days.

HSSA, PACC looking for volunteers to foster pets as summer approaches

Warmer temperatures signal not only the beginning of summer, but kitten and puppy season as well and both the Humane Society of Southern Arizona and the Pima Animal Care Center are in need of foster families.

One person suffering serious injuries after single-vehicle crash in Green Valley

Drivers are advised to avoid the area if possible.

  Attorneys: Ohio State needs to reveal who knew about abuse

Administrators at Ohio State University should release the names of all coaches, trainers and personnel who knew of but failed to act on complaints about a now-dead team doctor who sexually abused male students for nearly two decades, said attorneys for some of the victims.

Thousands sign petition to make Danny Devito next Wolverine

Lots of folks are getting a good laugh at signing a petition to make Danny Devito the next Wolverine.

Movies in the Park 2019 kicks off May 31

“We love kicking off summer with Movies in the Park,” said Lisa Lovallo, Southern Arizona market vice president for Cox Communications, in a recent news release. “It’s a great opportunity to bring neighbors together, and we appreciate the opportunity to say thank you for their support.”

Stop the Bleeding training events

The training events are part of the country's largest public health campaigns. National Stop the Bleed is supported by the Department of Defense, the American College of Surgeons, the Department of Homeland Security as well as several other organizations across the U.S.