UA organizations on interim loss of recognition

Not all members are on interim suspension, they are investigating the identities of those who were engaged in inappropriate behavior.

  Pima County not worried about supply of influenza vaccine

  Demand for housing in Tucson market outpaces supply

  Shocking new details released in death of Tohono O’odham police officer Bryan Brown

Wastewater helps find positive COVID-19 cases at UA dorm

  WATCH: Bobcat, kittens caught frolicking in Tucson yard

  Tucson begins phased plan by reopening ramadas and some sports courts

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  Steve Bannon, Brian Kolfage, and others charged with fraud in border wall fundraising campaign

  Tucson woman treated at hospital after javelina attack

  Tucson school spends thousands on safety enhancements as it prepares to welcome students back

  University of Arizona researchers discover a new tool to unlock secrets of the past

  Arizonans now among those receiving mysterious, unsolicited seeds that appear to be sent from China

  Tumamoc Hill threatens to close if visitors continue to disregard rules

  Tucson hospital strained by high number of COVID-19 patients

It is not just the number of patients that is putting a strain on our hospitals; it is how long they are staying.

  Fact Finders: How secure is my vote-by-mail ballot?

IT staff works alongside the Pima County government’s IT staff to make sure security measures are in place and tested.

  Spike in COVID-19 cases leads to cancellation of Tucson Juneteenth Festival

Today would have been the 50th anniversary of the festival.

  University of Arizona archaeologists discover secrets of ancient past

This monument measures nearly 4,600 feet and has nine causeways.

  KOLD Investigates: Arizona veterans, families out thousands after tour company files for bankruptcy

  Sewing hope: Student makes masks for healthcare workers

Ruthrauff construction stomping out business

Tucson Guinness World Record holder’s work up for another Grammy

Broadway construction starts, businesses brace for possible impact

  Goats graze on leftover Christmas trees

  The Angel House: Tucson woman goes above, beyond with Christmas decorations

A Tucson woman has spent nearly 40 years collecting angels. Now, close to 700 fill nearly every inch of her house.

  Tucson CPA takes the cake, shines on social media

One Tucson accountant said she loves math, and claims she is not artistic, but a new passion has attracted thousands of Instagram followers who may argue she is more artistic than she gives herself credit for.

  World Axe Throwing Championship wraps up in Marana

‘Super Bowl’ of axe throwing attracts people from at least five countries

Women in Aviation: Tucson female pilot wins safe flying award

Barbara Harper, a woman in Tucson, AZ flew through glass ceilings and stereotypes to become a commercial pilot and hold many licenses. She was recently awarded the Wright Brother Master Pilot Award.

  Tucsonans hitting the golf course and the road despite rain, clouds

Cooling temperatures and cloudy weather didn't stop Tucsonans from enjoying fall family traditions.

  Dog back home and safe after hours in Sabino Canyon

After escaping from a dog sitter, Scout was found on the edge of a cliff in Sabino Canyon. Now, the dog is back with his family.

  Clothing sale helps Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Southern Arizona

Shoppers at Buffalo Exchange enjoyed a good deal while supporting a good cause.

Javelinas take over Tubac

Artists paint wild javelinas around Tubac for the Javelina de Tubac project.

U of A researchers test sexual assault prevention program

Safer Bars teaches how to use humor or distraction to defuse situations

Tucson Rabbi prays for acceptance at Rosh Hashanah

After attacks on synagogues this year, a Tucson Rabbi hopes the new year will bring acceptance.

El Casino Ballroom hosts mariachi festival to raise money for expansion

The iconic El Casino Ballroom is trying to get back to its former size. After a windstorm damaged a portion of the building in 1991, the Ballroom is fundraising to rebuild, decades later.

  Family still seeks answers in deadly hit and run; fundraising for billboard

After a hit-and-run killed their son in January 2019, his family hope putting a billboard up and raising reward money will lead to answers.

  Red Cross of Southern Arizona sends volunteers to Dorian

Two Tucson volunteers are heading to Alabama to help with Hurricane Dorian relief and aid.

Scooter ride-share to begin in September

The long-anticipated debut of the urban solo ride-share program will be available for rent on city streets beginning Thursday, September 12, 2019

  March, vigil held to remember loved ones lost by overdoses

A handful of people gathered on the steps of the Pima County Superior Court to remember their loved ones lost from overdoses.

Police arrest Sierra Vista man for allegedly stabbing 2 men

20-year-old Hunter Warin was booked into Cochise County Jail.

National Park Service turns 103

To celebrate the 103rd birthday of the National Park Service, there was no charge at national parks around the U.S.

  Outdoor ice rink coming to downtown Tucson in time for the holidays

The cost to skate will be around $10 per person.

Be Prepared: Repairs on Saguaro National Park East’s Hope Camp Trail to begin in August

“This is one of several projects underway or planned in the near future using Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act (fee) dollars to improve visitor services, repair infrastructure, and address deferred maintenance in the park.”

Movies in the Park 2019 wraps up with Aquaman on July 26

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

  Not just another baseball mom

Award-winning actress Jane Seymour spent the weekend in Tucson watching her son Kris Keach pitch for the Tucson Saguaros.

Tucson ranks middle of the pack for ‘Best city to live in’

Only three Arizona cities were on the list of best cities to live in and Tucson ranked at the bottom of that list at #39, with Mesa (#18) Phoenix (#35) beating out the Old Pueblo.

Tucson selects 2 companies to participate in pilot e-scooter program

The City of Tucson, the Transportation Department has selected Bird Rides, Inc. and Razor USA, LLC., from the many that submitted proposals. The city will begin coordinating with the companies on a time line for launching the e-scooters.

Tucson man wants to save a saguaro

The Saguaro is leaning at what looks to be about a 60 degree angle and it stands about 20 feet tall.

KELLY: Can UA Athletics make the 20s the decade of ascension?

The 2010s saw the Arizona Wildcats athletic program plummet out of the Top 30 in terms of national prominence.

  Students can create their own show at Musical Theatre Camp

The campers will be under the guidance of professionally trained performers.

  Mystery letter found inside wall at Hotel Congress

They say, ‘If walls could talk.’ At the historic Hotel Congress, they are!

Benefits from AZ specialty license plates sales: choice and money raised for charitable causes

According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, in fiscal year (FY) 2019 a record $11.2 million was raised for Arizona charities. Those charities include veterans programs, Special Olympics, organ donation, hunger relief, university scholarships and so many more.

Nurses from around nation volunteer at monastery

For these nurses there is no border, but a person. When a new bus of migrants arrived on Sunday with about 30-40 people on-board, they were ready.

Sad news from Reid Park Zoo as remaining jaguar, Simone dies

She was the oldest jaguar at an Association of Zoos & Aquariums zoo, she lived nearly her whole life at the zoo, having arrived from another zoo when she was only 7 months old.

NRPR selling Canoa Ranch recipe books to help with restoration project

The book, “Recuerdos y Recetas: Memories and Recipes of the Mexicano Families of Rancho de la Canoa” includes authentic recipes and stories from the families who lived at Canoa Ranch between 1951 to 1964.

  Celebrating the Fourth of July in Tucson

Temperatures were above 100 degrees for the Fourth of July. Many people were able to cool off at Pima County pools, by bringing a can of food they got free entry.

Deadline fast approaching for Tucson kids to submit design for birthday stamp contest

The Grand Winner will have his or her design made into custom US postage stamps.

Tucson ranks behind Scottsdale as a ‘best city for recreation’ in Ariz

WalletHub compared the 100 largest U.S. cities using metrics that included the following: basic living costs, the quality of parks, the accessibility of entertainment and recreational facilities and the weather.

  In Lak’ech: Mariachi camp teaches kids music and respect for one another

This camp has grown a lot over the years. More than 200 kids took took part this year, but when it started there were only 60 kids or so.

Saguaro National Park June & July Program Schedule

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

Tucson ranks 44th Best city to celebrate the 4th of July

The Old Pueblo got beat out by Scottsdale and Phoenix.

Arizona makes the top 20 for ‘Most Patriotic’ states

In order to determine the rankings, WalletHub used the following criteria, from number of enlisted military population to adults who voted in the 2016 presidential election to AmeriCorps volunteers per capita.

Banner-University Medicine commissions 5 new murals to brighten Tucson’s landscape

"The city’s vibrant arts scene and colorful murals are part of what makes Tucson special," said Chad Whelan, MD, CEO of Banner – University Medicine in Tucson, in a recent news release. "We were looking for relaxing artwork that speaks to health, healing and togetherness."

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.

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.

Tucson Expo Gun Show

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

Know before you go: Tips, reminders for busy summer season at Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park's summer season is set to begin in the next few weeks, plan ahead to make the most of your trip!

New study lists Tucson as Arizona’s best ‘staycation’ city

In order to determine the list, WalletHub used the following metrics - recreation, food and entertainment, as well as rest and relaxation.

  Unusually cooler temperatures bring more campers to Catalina State Park

The cooler temperature has more people heading outdoors to enjoy the Memorial Day weekend.

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!

  Here’s your chance to own piece of Old Tucson, Hollywood history

Artifacts from movies made at Old Tucson Studios available in auction.

  Dick Tomey dies at 80

Dick Tomey, UA's all-time winningest football coach, has died after a brief battle with lung cancer.

  Tucson accepted into International Network of Food and Gastronomy

Now the city is gaining new attention and people are hungry to know more.

AZGFD offering free kayaking clinics

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is offering free kayaking clinics for beginners, ten years of age and older.

Grand Canyon North Rim to open mid-May for 2019 season

The gate at the entrance for the North Rim of this popular destination, will open at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, May 15.

Southern Arizona Transportation Museum hosting ‘Train Day at the Depot’

This free family fun event is at the AMTRAK Historic Depot at 400 North Toole Avenue.

  Reid Park Zoo gearing up for phase one of 10 year improvement plan

Zoo officials updated the public on the plans at a presentation on Wednesday afternoon. The upcoming improvements mean big changed for both the visitors and the animals.

Sun Tran: SummerGo youth pass returns

Buying a pass will give the holder unlimited rides on Sun Link, Sun Tran and select Sun Shuttle routes.

Tucson Premium Outlets, SAACA free Spring Concert lineup

A creative collaboration between TPO and the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance, the family-friendly concerts bring opportunities for local musicians to showcase their talents to the community.

  Tucson man’s pool adopted as home for duck family

He appreciates the hills and mountains he can see over his wall, and apparently so do some ducks.

Jury selection begins in second trial over NCAA recruitment

Testimony in this second of three trials centering on bribes paid to former Arizona assistant coach Book Richardson and three other Division I assistant coaches is projected to last two weeks.

Casa Grande Ruins summer hours begin in May

Casa Grande Ruins NM experiences it highest visitation between the October 1 and April 30 each year, and during that time, the Monument maintains extended hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m..