Man issued ticket after sharks found branded off South Carolina coast

South Carolina authorities have issued a ticket to a 56-year-old man after sharks were found branded off the Lowcountry coast.

UPDATE: Former Tucson officer get probation, won’t have to register as sex offender

Suspect detained after shooting incident

Travel trailer catches fire in Avra Valley

UPDATE: Police release name of officer involved in fatal shooting

TPD investigates domestic violence, shots fired incident on south side

Pedestrian struck, killed by train in Benson

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PACC: June is ‘Big Dog’ month, with name your own adoption fee special

‘Hunger Games’ prequel novel coming in 2020

  LIST: Sandbag locations across southern AZ

The Michael Cannon Memorial Pet Food Pantry celebrates 12 years helping the community

How you can celebrate Fourth of July in southern Arizona

State investigating after inmate stabbed to death in Tucson prison

  JOB FAIRS: Who’s hiring in southern Arizona

Employers holding job fairs to fill open positions.

Best states for summer road trips in 2019, no surprise when AZ ranks low on list

Many who take a summer road trip have a few things to contemplate when considering their final destination - gas, accommodations, activities and where to eat.

ADOT warns of copycat 'DMV’ websites

Websites not affiliated with MVD may charge you for services that it offers for free.

TRAFFIC: Road closures and projects

List of active road projects in the Tucson area.

  FOX 11 Tucson is your home for the Women’s World Cup

Hard drugs haunt Tucson’s streets after smugglers switch supply

11 quail babies saved from storm drain

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Arizona in big need of male volunteers

Silver Alert canceled for woman last seen on I-40

Nationwide recall issued for Ragú Pasta Sauces due to possible plastic fragment contamination

  GRAPHIC: Video shows police using force, profanity against pregnant woman over alleged shoplifting

An officer can be seen kicking one woman’s legs, drawing a gun and attempting to yank another woman's 1-year-old daughter from her arms while shouting profanities.

Arizona woman dies after power is cut off, now regulators want investigation

The state's largest utility on Thursday said it was stopping all disconnections after it because known that a 72-year-old Sun City West woman died last September after her power was disconnected. The woman was found dead more than a week after Arizona Public Service turned off her power.

Arizona inmate stabbed to death

The department says Richard Curley, 53, died Saturday at Banner University Medical Center South Campus from injuries he suffered in the attack earlier that day at the Arizona State Prison Complex in Tucson.

UPDATE: Teen driver facing several charges including DUI after car crashes into home

According to Northwest Fire District shortly before 5 a.m. Saturday, June 15 a car went airborne and crashed into a house near La Cholla and Shaffer.

Arizona ranks as 14th ‘Most Fun’ state to live in

WalletHub used 26 key indicators to determine the state's rankings that ranged from movie costs to accessibility of national parks to casinos per capita.

ADOT announces Safety Message Contest winners

More than 5,000 votes were cast in choosing the winners

Pima County Transportation is prepared for Monsoon 2019

With Monsoon 2019 officially here, the Pima County Department of Transportation is letting the public know it is prepared to respond to storm events.

SVPD searching for suspect in check fraud case

The Sierra Vista Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a suspect in a March 2019 check fraud case.

  Arizona moms step up to donate breast milk to mom undergoing chemo

“I had no idea, anything about cancer. And they let me know I had leukemia.” Philadelphia Positive Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia was the official diagnosis. A mouth-full, as Miller jokes.

Hacienda Healthcare back in the headlines as maggots are found under patient’s bandage

According to an AZ Family article, the information on the maggots was released on Friday, at the same time state health officials announced they were considering revoking Hacienda's license.

  Students from across America dedicate summer at Benedictine Monastery to help asylum seekers

Four students from across the country are spending the long, hot summer in Tucson interning at the Benedictine Monastery, which is a way station of sorts for asylum seekers.

  Brooke’s Bargains: Plan a FREE, fun day with Dad!

This year, the second-most popular gift for Father's Day, right behind a card, is a family outing. Brooke's Bargains is here to help you plan a fun - and free – weekend.

UPDATE: Police looking for driver in fatal hit-and-run crash

Driver described as white or Hispanic man, 25 to 35 years old.

  TDOT, Pima Flood District teaming up to improve flood control ahead of Monsoon

There are several project around town that should help alleviate flooding.

Barnes gets contract extension to lead Wildcats through 2024

Adia Barnes led the Wildcats to a 24-win season in 2018-19 that culminated with a WNIT championship.

Skateboarder dies after getting hit by car near Davis-Monthan

The Tucson Police Department said Justin A. Howell, 36, was riding a skateboard in the bicycle lane on 22nd Street when he was hit by a vehicle.

UPDATE: At least six killed in cartel violence in border towns

Friday's shootings happened at about 10 a.m.

Body found near Prince and Flowing Wells

The Tucson Police Department said the death is not suspicious.

  WATCH: Car rams into trio of police officers at Arizona gas station

The incident happened at a QuikTrip near 16th Street and Baseline Road on Tuesday, June 4.

Tucson Expo Gun Show

The Tucson Expo Gun Show will be held at the Tucson Expo Center from June 15-16.

Movies in the Park 2019: Lego Movie 2 - Friday, June 28

Food trucks will be stationed on site, picnics are welcome.

  Barrett’s Bark For The Blue selling calendars to buy equipment for TPD K-9 officers

TPD will use the money to buy tactical and training equipment.

Family applies to name softball fields after late star

New fields would be part of Julie Reitan complex.

Flour sold at Target, Walmart nationwide being recalled due to E. coli

E. coli can cause diarrhea, often with bloody stools.

CCSO K9 Manny to get donation of body armor

New vest comes thanks to fundraiser by San Simon School National Honor Society and Vested Interest in K9s

  VIDEO: ‘No secret’ of large heroin supply on Tucson’s streets

The Counter Narcotics Alliance reports a seven-fold increase of heroin seizures in the past two years.

  Brooke’s Bargains: Father’s Day gift ideas

Just in case you forgot to pick something up, Brooke’s Bargains is checking out some awesome last-minute savings.

Tucson police release name of victim in Wednesday night’s shooting

According to a news release from TPD, the victim has been identified as 24-year-old Luis Puente.

  Neighborhood still on edge after five bombs found

While investigating the shooting, deputies discovered the bombs, several shotguns, handguns, an AR-15 and a grenade launcher.

  Cleaning company hopes to make impact in housekeeping industry

SAFI's company name comes from a Swahili phrase meaning 'clean conscience.'

  Monsoon 2019: Surviving The Storm

Monsoon begins Saturday, June 15 and runs through the end of September.

Nogales CBP Officers seize $1.2M of cocaine, arrest 1 in smuggling attempt

A search turned up nearly two dozen packages that were concealed within the vehicle’s rocker panels. The packages held nearly 51 pounds of cocaine, with an estimated value of in excess of $1.2 million.

Nogales CBP Officers seize $360K of methamphetamine, arrest Phoenix woman

CBP officers seized both the drugs and the vehicle, while the woman was arrested and turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations.

Gang-related shooting leaves one injured

Deputies are looking for a tan or gold Chevrolet Tahoe believed to be the suspect vehicle.

Monsoon 101: Mogollon Rim Storms

Here's how some of the most destructive Monsoon storms form.

Vandals strike west-side church with Satanic graffiti

Police have confirmed they are investigating the incident.

One dead, two injured after shooting, crash on south side

Police believe gunshot victim found at crash was shot earlier at apartment complex

  VIDEO: Agencies monitor region after drug cartel violence just across Mexico border

DPS dedicates more assets, support to region following deadly shootings.

  VIDEO: Agencies monitor region after drug cartel violence just across Mexico border

DPS dedicates more assets, support to region following deadly shootings.

  Operation Chill Out looking for volunteers

That is when the non profit gives out water, sunscreen, lip balm, hats and other items to keep the homeless in Tucson’s parks safe. 102 degrees can be dangerous if a person is outside too long without water and protection.

  Green Valley man biking across America

The two avid racers are shifting gears to focus on a new challenge. Riding across the U.S.

UPDATE: Silver Alert canceled, CA man found safe

Marcus Schluter has been found and is in good health.

Arch Madness: Blues win 1st Stanley Cup, beating Bruins 4-1

The St. Louis Blues have won the first Stanley Cup in franchise history.

  Tree removal begins at empty Agua Caliente Park pond

Most of the aquatic animals in pond 1 have been transferred to pond 2. Other animals have been moved to wildlife sanctuaries.

  A little heat doesn’t stop Tucson

The heat didn’t stop workers from getting their jobs done.

  Authorities again find pipe bomb at home on northwest side

Authorities said 17-year-old Luis Angel Lopez Jr. was accidentally shot by his uncle last week.

Government to make decision on Scott Warren case July 2

Scott Warren is accused of harboring immigrants by the federal government.

Create defensible space around your home before fire season

A defensible space is an area around a building in which vegetation, debris, and other types of combustible fuels have been treated, cleared, or reduced to slow the spread of fire to and from the building.

Scam Alert: scammer posing as Sheriff’s Department employee

The Sheriff’s Department will NEVER contact you to ask for money. If you receive a call like this, do not give the caller any information and call 911 right away to make a report.

ADOT: ‘Pull Aside, Stay Alive’ dust storm driving tips, reminders

Drivers should remember ADOT’s “Pull Aside, Stay Alive” campaign.

Friends of PACC seeking donations for Pup in Boots project

Have any new or gently used pet supplies and are looking for a home for them, consider Friends of Pima Animal Care Center.

How to keep critters out of your home during monsoon

Pest experts recommend strategic and active planning to try and avoid bugs finding a way into your home.

Report: NCAA to notify several basketball programs of major violations

Notices to be sent to at least two high-profile programs.

Get your pets microchipped in free, drive-through clinic

Get your pet microchipped from June 16 to July 3 from 3 to 5.

Bonds set at over $400k for deputy, woman accused in filming rape of 1 year old child

Bond amounts have been set for the woman accused of raping a 1 year old child, and the now former deputy accused of filming it.

Car hits power pole; police close portion of 12th Avenue

Tucson Electric Power working to restore power to customers.

Security camera captures mysterious creature: ‘What the heck?’

The internet is trying to figure out what was captured on a woman’s security camera, because no one seems to know “what the heck” was wandering around her neighborhood.

  Ford recalls 1.3M vehicles for suspension, transmission woes

The recall is to fix rear suspension and transmission control software problems. The largest recall covers over 1.2 million Explorer SUVs from 2011 through 2017.