The Arizona Game and Fish Dept. says two species of bats are making pit stops in the state during their migration to Mexico.
As Arizona’s biggest hospitals fill up with COVID-19 cases, physicians in some of the state’s smaller or more rural communities fear it’s their patients who need specialty care who will pay the ultimate price.
Taco Bell is testing a monthly subscription service called the "Taco Lover’s Pass," which gives subscribers one taco a day for 30 days.
Arizona authorities are looking for the person who shot and mortally wounded a mountain lion in central Tucson.
Arizona's 2nd Congressional District race will be pivotal to the Democratic Party's efforts to retain the U.S. House majority, "and this is not an endeavor to be taken lightly," Engel said.
"Tucson’s vaccine mandate is illegal, and the city could be held liable for attempting to force employees to take it against their beliefs," said Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich. "COVID-19 vaccinations should be a choice, not a government mandate."
An Arizona father was arrested Thursday after he and two others threatened to make a citizen's arrest on a principal Thursday morning over a school's COVID-19 protocols, according to school district officials.
"As the delta variant surges across our region, it has become an increasing challenge to fulfill my obligations to the hospital, my patients, and the campaign amidst a run for Congress," Friese said.
The justices ruled Sept. 1 that Tucson Medical Center can’t sue CVS Health Corporation for alleged negligence through distribution of opioids.
Monsoon storms have brought spectacular lightning shows and record rainfall to the region’s deserts. They’ve also brought destruction, flooding streets and homes, and leading to some swift water rescues and several deaths.
The Tohono O’odham Nation was granted an event wagering license, allowing it to open an online sports betting platform by fall, expanding options for betting on sports throughout Arizona.
“I’m glad I reacted so quickly because it was life-threatening,” Arizona resident Yolie De Leon revealed.
John R. Modlin, interim Chief Patrol Agent of the Border Patrol’s Tucson Sector, said the bogus car was a cloned vehicle similar to ones used by the Border Patrol.
A California man has been arrested in Tucson for allegedly killing his cousin, authorities say.
Authorities say Robert Krebs carried out the January 2018 holdup in Tucson about seven months after he was released from prison as he was struggling to adjust to life on the outside. His attorney said Krebs wanted to go back to prison.
The Arizona Daily Star reports that the lawsuit filed by the Tucson Police Officers Association alleges the policy breaches its labor contract "by unilaterally enacting the ordinance without first bargaining in good faith over the change in working conditions" and asks a court to declare the mandate to be illegal.
More than a dozen music venues in the Valley, Tucson and Flagstaff are requiring proof of being vaccinated against COVID-19.
Customs and Border Protection officials said a Jeep with 11 people inside failed to stop for a primary inspection near Three Points on Aug. 7.
Tucson Mayor Regina Romero announced that all people employed by the Southern Arizona city must be vaccinated against COVID-19.
ASU, NAU, UArizona, and the Maricopa County Community College District announced mask-wearing will be required inside all buildings as COVID-19 virus numbers continue to climb in Arizona.