Here are the stories we covered for you today. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Arizona surpassed 20K as of Monday, June 1, according … Continue reading
Families looking to keep their children fed with the help of local school pantries recently received support in the form of a $25,000 grant from … Continue reading
PHOENIX – Despite promising trends last week, the Navajo Department of Health reported a spike in COVID-19 cases Monday, with 98 new cases and five … Continue reading
If you were expecting a few summer celebrations this year in the form of Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance’s legendary food and drink fests, … Continue reading
Several leaders of the African-American community will be co-hosting a candlelight vigil to honor the memory of George Floyd from 6 to 7:45 p.m. tonight at The … Continue reading
As we say goodbye to Dr. Bob England, we welcome Pima County Health Director Dr. Theresa Cullen. She spends a little time introducing herself and … Continue reading
With about 20% saying “no” to a return to schools, the financial impact could be worrisome; fewer students in classes could mean less public aid … Continue reading
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey has imposed an 8 p.m. weeklong curfew across Arizona, citing the need to do so because of “lawlessness” during two … Continue reading
Protests around downtown started Friday night and Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus said the department was braced for another one Sunday night.
“Hal” Kinnison, who arrived in Tucson in 1909, also helped begin a new industry in town for cattlemen to pasture their livestock.
Vehicle-caused wildfires in 2018 burned some 5,000 acres and prompted evacuations in communities across Arizona.
Ducey’s order, however, includes broad exceptions and loopholes to weeklong 8 p.m. curfew order.
Following a night of rioting in downtown Tucson, Mayor Regina Romero asked the public to avoid tonight’s scheduled downtown protest. Flanked by Police Chief Chris … Continue reading
Advocates in Arizona ask that Gov. Doug Ducey amend his virus outbreak order to help prevent rental debt and homelessness.
Artifacts sifted from more-than-200-year-old waste pits are shedding new light on the daily life at Tucson’s original presidio.