Three children found dead in Phoenix home

Three young children were pronounced dead after being found unresponsive in a Phoenix home.

Two seriously hurt in crash in south Tucson

  MLK Day marks 10th anniversary for Village Farm

Migrants ford river from Guatemala to Mexico

Authorities: Inmate beat convicted child molester to death with cane

Authorities cancel Silver Alert for missing Phoenix man

  Watching Your Wallet: How to become a 401(k) millionaire

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  Iowa trooper, driver narrowly escape sliding truck

Martin Luther King Jr. Day closures in southern Arizona

Dillinger Days at Hotel Congress

UPDATE: TPD investigating serious injury pedestrian collision involving two vehicles

UPDATE: Texas man killed in crash that shut down I- 10 for several hours

  Crowds take to downtown for annual Women’s March

  Prince Harry, Meghan to give up ‘royal highness’ titles

Meghan and Harry are no longer working members of the British royal family.

UPDATE: Silver Alert issued for Tolleson man cancelled

The 81-year-old left his Tolleson home at around 2:45 p.m. Friday.

UA women’s basketball defeats Washington State

The Wildcats took down the Cougars in Friday night's game.

30th annual soccer tournament brings teams from across the country, Mexico

The tournament will bring more than 300 soccer teams to Tucson.

  McSally’s ‘liberal hack’ comment stirs local conversation

Gov. Ducey proposes $12.3 billion spending plan, sends money to best and poorest schools

One of two suspects accused of butchering Tucson man convicted

Bedroxx Bowling to close after 17 years

  Restaurant Report Card: East-side restaurant fails three consecutive inspections

BROOKE’S BARGAINS: Options getting free help to prepare your taxes

UPDATE: PCSD investigating fatal pedestrian hit and run on south side

Drivers are asked to find alternative routes.

  AZ Weekend, Jan. 17

Art, acrobats and a lot of birds

UPDATE: Authorities release identity of man killed in early-morning crash

Investigation closed Speedway Boulevard for hours

Man hit by car dies days later; police still looking for silver Mustang

Hit-and-run collision happened near Cardinal, Valencia roads

UPDATE: Officials open road to Mount Lemmon with no restrictions

Drivers are advised to use caution and watch for ice

JOB FAIRS: Who’s hiring in southern Arizona

Employers holding job fairs to fill open positions.

TRAFFIC: Where to watch for road work

List of active road projects in the Tucson area.

Tucson Shootout celebrates 30th year of youth tournament

The Shootout has hosted thousands of youth players throughout the last thirty years.

Pima County road closures

List of Pima County road closures.

Family displaced, one hurt as shed fire spreads to home

Man treated for minor burn

  Biopshere 2 reopens rainforest after drought research

Scientists from all over the world studied how plans perform under stress.

  Woman warns pet owners of coyote dangers after attack

A woman's dog was attacked by a coyote in broad daylight earlier this month.

Carbon monoxide exposure leaves two in the hospital, potentially intentional

Anyone with information should call 911 or 88-CRIME.

  State to close Florence prison to save taxpayer dollars, governor says

It's still undecided where the remaining inmates will be housed.

Lawmakers promise first responders to increase protection against job related cancer

The issue of job-related cancer among first responders has been getting increased attention.

  Trump’s trial begins, senators vowing ‘impartial justice’

The seven impeachment managers will try to persuade at least four Republican senators to demand new documents and testimony in the trial to prevent a rush to Trump’s acquittal.

BLM hosts wild horse and burro adoption, sale January 24-26

It’s planned for January 24-26, at the Marana Heritage Arena in Marana.

TFD responds to restaurant fire near UArizona campus

It took 14 minutes to bring this fire under control.

Humane Society Thrift Store re-opens with big sale

To celebrate the store opening, all items will be 50% off until Saturday, Jan. 18 at 6 p.m

  Taste This, Tucson: Birria Ramen at Rollies

We tried Tucson's one and only birria ramen at Rollies

Arizona corrections officer accused of having sex with a teen parolee

Arizona Department of Corrections Officer Imarie Waller, 25, has been accused of having sex with a teen parolee.

  Pima County debuts program to help you reduce pollution

County residents, businesses can get vouchers for zero emission equipment

VIDEO: Sen. McSally tweets contentious response to reporter’s question about impeachment trial

Calls Manu Raju ‘liberal hack’

  Sweetwater Trailhead back open after resurfacing

The trailhead reopened Thursday morning, Jan. 16.

  Cleaning up washes drains county budget, pushes out homeless

Pima County Regional Flood Control District deals with costly effort

Car crashes through building at Silverbell Road shopping center

The driver of the car had minor injuries.

New sports complex opens on Tucson’s southeast side

Kino South complex began as a vision in 1994 but gained steam 15 years ago when major league baseball abandoned the county.

Report: Record number of firearms seized at U.S. airports in 2019

The Transportation Security Administration said it seized a record number of guns at airports across the U.S. in 2019.

  UA Iranian student association memorializes victims of downed Ukrainian jet

Students held a vigil for the victims of the Ukrainian-bound flight shot down by an Iranian missile.

UPDATE: U.S. Army identifies soldier killed in Eloy free fall training exercise

Eloy is located about 48 minuets northwest of Tucson.

Police: Arizona woman stole Amazon packages to pay off drug debt

Amanda Sturgeon was arrested after she told police she stole Amazon packages in a Scottsdale neighborhood to pay back her drug dealer.

U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick seeking treatment for alcohol dependence

Before her first run for Congress in 2008, Kirkpatrick was a state lawmaker, prosecutor and attorney.

UPDATE: Sheriff’s department identifies victim of apartment shooting

The initial call was made around 11:30 p.m. from an apartment complex in the 7300 block of North Mona Lisa Road.

UPDATE: Man dies in crash after fleeing traffic stop

Vehicle hit guard rail after sideswiping another vehicle

Cardinals: Larry Fitzgerald coming back for another season

Season will be popular wide receiver’s 17th with team

  Debris fire burns power lines behind abandoned house

re in 4500 block of East 29th Street happened at about 10 p.m.

  Fire destroys truck trailer at I-19 rest stop

No injuries reported

Nissan adds nearly 308K vehicles to Takata recall saga

It’s the last recall that the bankrupt Takata agreed to in a 2015 settlement with U.S. safety regulators.

  Wine tariffs could be going up

The new tariffs would be added to the 25 percent tariff from October, but now includes mainly all European wine imports and other goods.

Oro Valley Police looking to identify Pokemon cards attempted theft suspect

OVPD says the suspect attempted to steal $500 worth of Pokemon cards.

  Governor Doug Ducey pledges working relationship with new Tucson Mayor

During the State of the State luncheon, they chatted while the Mariachi band played in the background.

Arizona couple accused of accepting food stamps during drug deals

Bejar Sadiq Abdulaziz and Gretel De La Fuente Gamez are facing several charges in Arizona after they were indicted by a grand jury.

Arizona could face a new trial over inmate healthcare

On Jan. 10, 2020, parties met to attempt to renegotiate a legal settlement over inmate healthcare within the Arizona Department of Corrections.

White House considers diverting billions more for border wall

The Trump administration plans to pull an additional $7.2 billion from military funds for the border wall.

Gov. Ducey calls for changes to state prison system, veteran tax cut

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey suggested several changes for the state's corrections system.

  Despite De Anza Park clean-up, businesses and residents remain skeptical

‘It’s not a permanent solution’

Toyota recalls nearly 700K vehicles to fix faulty fuel pumps

Toyota is recalling nearly 700,000 vehicles in the U.S. because the fuel pumps can fail and cause engines to stall. That can increase the risk of a crash.

Judge refuses to second-guess family separations at US-Mexico border

The judge indicated he was uncomfortable second-guessing decisions to separate children on grounds that the parents were considered unfit or dangerous.

  Iowa Caucuses Coming to Arizona

Voters who want to participate for the satellite caucus have until Jan. 17 to register.

TFD extinguishes fire in vacant south-side school building

School was in session during the fire.

  Watch Australian crews airdrop food for wallabies impacted by bushfires

Australian crews have conducted the largest food drop ever for brush-tailed rock-wallabies affected by bushfires.

Tucson man sentenced to 58 years in shooting of ex-girlfriend, her new boyfriend

Daniel Benjamin Miller was found guilty of second-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder and aggravated assault on Thursday, Nov. 14.

  TUSD students offered free mental health counseling

Depression, anxiety rates rising among students

  Costly Care: Medicare charged hundreds more than drug’s cost at cash value

A man noticed his insurance paid all of one medication, but then he discovered the federal government was billed hundreds more than market value.

Air Force says Arizona airman one of two who died in Germany

Airman 1st Class Aziess Whitehurst, 20, was found unresponsive with another airman at Spangdahlem Air Base

  ‘Joker’ tops Oscar nominations with 11; 3 other films get 10

Todd Phillips’ much-debated supervillain origin story and R-rated box-office smash “Joker” topped all films with 11 Academy Awards nominations on Monday.

“Country for a Cause” helps family devastated by house fire in Tucson

When a country music fan’s home went up in flames, a group of performers got together to help her rise from the wreckage.

Ruthrauff interchange construction to start Monday, last until late 2021

ADOT is tackling a new redesign for the Ruthrauff interchange.