School psychologists help students cope in and out of the classroom

Arizona School Psychology Week honors the psychologists who help students stay on track.

Aztecs men’s soccer earns at-large bid for NJCAA Division I Tournament

State of AZ may owe you up to $86,000 in unclaimed property

JOB FAIRS: Who’s hiring in southern Arizona

  Split Supreme Court appears ready to allow Trump to end DACA

  Downtown business groups collecting coats

TRAFFIC: Where to watch for road work

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Strange lights seen over Phoenix

  Wood whittling groups donate creations to veterans

  Family hopes to bring World War II soldier’s remains back home

Police determine no credible threat at Sahuaro High School

  Veterans parade marks 100th year for holiday

UPDATE: Road open after large fuel leak in midtown Tucson

  SAFETY FIRST: A Mountain finally goes car-free

Mondays are now 'no cars allowed,' a new initiative after a cyclist was hit and killed by a driver last year.

  Tucsonans support veterans across the Old Pueblo

On the east side Monday, students at Academy of Tucson Middle School flagged down drivers to stop by their bake sale.

  7 questions with the headliners of DUSK Music Festival

With 15 minutes and a bowl of questions, we sat down with A R I Z O N A the band before they went performed at Dusk Music Festival.

Artist asking community to help recover stolen mural from construction site on Fourth Avenue

The artist is asking the community to help recover the mural after it was stolen on Nov. 8

Arizonans have hand in, eyes on this week’s Supreme Court DACA hearing

Fees stolen from honor box at Saguaro National Park

  ‘Plant freak’: Meet the man whose Tucson property is overrun with exotic greenery

Grant money brings ‘breath of fresh air’ for southern Arizona firefighters

VETERANS DAY: Events, deals, discounts and more across southern Arizona

Firefighters extinguish house fire Sunday night in Tucson

  Elementary school sweethearts get engaged at former school

Siddle got on one knee, and Davis said yes to forever to her elementary school sweetheart.

  Many gather at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument to protest border wall construction

People held signs, banners, and some even wore costumes to protest border wall construction.

Crash involving motorcyclist in midtown results in life-threatening injuries

Police say there were no signs of impairment and speed does not appear to be a factor.

  Two structures lost, two vehicles damaged after fire in Bisbee

The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

  Members of community attacked in Mexico flee, doubt they’ll return

More than 100 people left their rural community in northern Mexico on Saturday in an 18-vehicle caravan after the attack Monday in which nine women and children were killed by what authorities say were hit men from drug cartels.

Man charged with unwanted sexual contact with passenger aboard Charlotte flight

A man whose actions forced an American Airlines flight from Charlotte to Utah to land in Oklahoma is now facing criminal sexual misconduct charges involving a female passenger.

  PCSD sergeant lives his skydiving dream

Not even a brain tumor can stop this sergeant from living his dreams.

UPDATE: Lanes open as collision slows westbound traffic on Interstate 10, one person sent to hospital

It's unclear where exactly the crash happened or who was involved.

  Sabino Canyon launches new electric shuttle system

Emission-free shuttles make Sabino Canyon a little greener.

Tucson Fire Department tackles mobile home fire

One structure was destroyed but no injuries were reported.

University of Arizona police welcome a new four-legged officer

Skip will join the explosive detection unit team.

  DUSK Music Festival officials turn down the volume amid complaints

The popular festival, held in Amory Park this year, received complaints from nearby residents.

  Clothing sale helps Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Southern Arizona

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

  Interstate 10 dust storm early warning system nearly complete

A new pilot program hopes to keep motorists safe during dust storms.

  Central Arizona College rodeo team does Git Up Challenge

The Central Arizona College rodeo team showed off its dance moves in the Git Up Challenge.

Border-state voters poll shows dim view of border policy, Border Patrol

Just over half of voters in southern border states disapprove of the way President Donald Trump is handling border and immigration issues.

TEP warns of scam; calls, texts threaten service shut-off

Utility offers tips to protect yourself

Beluga whale plays fetch with Rugby fans on boat in Arctic Ocean

The Beluga whale was filmed playing fetch with the group of nearby boaters.

Border Patrol arrests 2 Arizona women, 5 migrants in smuggling case

Two of the five Mexican nationals were found inside the car’s trunk.

  AZ Weekend, Nov. 8

Ideas for a fun, fulfilling weekend

  Car fire slows traffic on I-10 near Ina Road

Vehicle destroyed in rush-hour blaze

  Tucson sisters battle ‘The Claw’ to comfort hospitalized children

Isabella, Faith and Sara Glenn like to clean out machine at Fry’s on Grant and Swan

  Game and Fish searching for person responsible for maiming javelina with trap

Javelina with severe injuries had to be euthanized

Collision on Interstate 10 causes serious injuries

Officials are still investigating the cause of the collision.

  Bike Patrol volunteers help El Tour cyclists finish strong

Group still in need of at least 50 volunteers

  Over 100 World War II veterans honored at luncheon

Nearly 20 million people served in WWII and it's estimated that 467,000 of those people are still alive today.

  Presidio School students try their hand at driving behind a virtual wheel

Arrive Alive showed students what it's like to drive impaired.

UPDATE: Suspect charged in stabbing near Home Depot in Marana

Marana Police say the investigation is ongoing.

Northwest Fire District awards first responders for their service

Congratulations to those who received awards and thank you for your service!

AZGFD offering reward after Harris’s hawk found alive, shot with arrow

The person responsible would face state and federal violations, including six months in jail and a $15,000 fine.

Northwest Fire District responds to hazardous materials call

A public information officer with the district said it could be a possible natural gas leak.

  GRAPHIC: Javelina euthanized after getting stuck in illegal trap for weeks

Authorities are looking for the person responsible for the agonizing death of a javelina in Tucson.

Salvation Army Red Kettles to accept donations through Apple Pay, Google Pay in Tucson

Donors can give money through the digital pay method.

Former Tucson Fire captain David Watson loses appeal in triple murder case

David Watson was convicted of killing his ex-wife, mother-in-law and her friend more than a decade ago.

  GRAPHIC: Mexico farm town buries 3 of 9 Americans slain

As Mexican soldiers stood guard, a mother and two sons were laid to rest in hand-hewn pine coffins in a single grave dug out of the rocky soil Thursday at the first funeral for the victims of a drug cartel ambush that left nine American women and children dead.

UPDATE: Road cleared after fatal crash on Camino Verde near Ajo Highway

Traffic on Camino Verde is now expected to run normally.

USCIS welcomes 120 new US citizens in naturalization ceremony

In the fiscal year of 2019, USCIS has naturalized 833,000 people.

No. 21 Wildcats roll past Northern Arizona in opener

Zeke Nnaji scored 20 points in his college debut and No. 21 Arizona opened the season with a 91-52 rout over Northern Arizona.

Inmate walks away from assigned work crew in Casa Grande

Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is encouraged to call 911.

Smoked salmon recalled because of potential botulism

Products were distributed in Arizona

  Tucson city council approves rezoning effort on Broadway Boulevard

Businesses make way for construction

Pima County Sheriff’s Department takes 1,200 pounds of drugs from motor home

Deputies estimate the drugs cost around $600,000.

Poultry distributor issues major food recall in Arizona, across the country

Simmons Prepared Foods Inc. recalled more than 2 million pounds of chicken this week.

N.C. teacher accused of sex with student found dead with husband in home after SWAT situation

A Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools teacher, recently accused of sex with a student, was found dead along with her husband following a SWAT situation at their home in Huntersville Wednesday morning.

  Regina Romero to be sworn in as Tucson’s first female mayor

Regina Romero says she believes the agenda will tilt towards children's issues such as investing in schools and investing in youth.

Woman accused of leaving two young children in car reaches plea agreement

Velasquez is facing 20 years for the murder charge and lifetime probation.

  Going the distance to fight depression

After years of addiction, Kurt Dabb learned to cope through running.

President Trump announces two Arizona Judicial Nominees

Judge Scott H. Rash and Judge John Hinderaker were both nominated to serve as Judge on the United States District Court for the District of Arizona.

Vietnam veterans traveling memorial wall comes to Tucson

The country's largest traveling Vietnam War memorial wall will be in Tucson this weekend.

UPDATE: State officials investigating construction accident fatality

The Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health confirmed that one person has died.

Little boy’s unconventional dream comes true at ADOT’s sign shop

For seven-year-old Hunter Vincente, a trip to the ADOT sign shop was a dream come true.

Tucson detectives searching for robbery suspects

The two men fled the scene in a stolen vehicle police found the next day.

UArizona Wildcats open regular season against Northern Arizona

Arizona is 94-8 in the last 102 games they have played in the McKale Center, tied for the third-fewest losses in the country.

UPDATED: Computer outage briefly strikes Arizona MVD offices

Offices statewide affected

  ELECTION: Romero becomes Tucson’s first female mayor; voters soundly reject Sanctuary City Initiative

Complete results from all races in southern Arizona.

Thunderstorms cause power outages throughout Tucson area

Crews kept busy repairing weather-related damage

  GRAPHIC: Deadly ambush shows Mexico lost control of area

When drug cartel gunmen opened fire on American women and children in northern Mexico, the Mexican Army, the National Guard and Sonora state police were not there to protect them. It took them about eight hours just to arrive.

  Pima County supervisors fix costly tax error affecting Catalina Foothills school district

Decimal point error cost school district $1.8 million, but county supervisors found way to cover cost