A new proposal by an Arizona state commission would allow residents who cannot pay their gas and electric bills to retain their services during extreme heat or cold.
An Arizona man who once worked as an intern for Sen. Kyrsten Sinema has died after he and his wife went missing in California's Death Valley National Park.
The University of Arizona and Arizona State University plan to hold in-person graduation ceremonies for the Spring 2021 semester, school officials announced.
The school announced on April 7 that Miller will be leaving the program and associate head coach Jack Murphy will serve as interim head coach.
In a sign to some that the sport is moving into the mainstream, University of Arizona is launching a competitive intercollegiate esports team. The team is the first of its kind in Arizona.
There are an estimated 2 million of Arizona's sturdiest desert plant near Tucson, but experts say the weather is taking a toll on the survival rate for newly sprouted cacti.
A man crossing into the country illegally had severely broken his leg while in the Baboquivari Peak Wilderness near Tucson on March 30, officials said.
UConn’s Paige Bueckers and Arizona’s Aari McDonald are two of the most dynamic scorers in the country heading into their Friday night clash in the women’s NCAA Tournament Final Four.
The Cessna had taken off from the city of Hermosillo in Sonora on a flight to Tucson, Arizona, when it crashed shortly after takeoff.
Scientists at the University of Arizona want to gather millions of samples from Earth's species and preserve them on the moon.
Arizona’s second-largest county had been pushing the state to approve an offer from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to establish a community vaccination center to serve its Hispanic population. State health officials initially rejected the request.
Friese’s candidacy announcement cited his background as a U.S. Navy Medical Corps veteran and a retired University of Arizona College of Medicine professor and his treatment of then-U.S. Rep. Gabriel Giffords after she was critically wounded in the Jan. 8, 2011 mass shooting in Tucson.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey received his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on March 24 during a tour of the state-run vaccination site in Tucson.
The Desert Financial Fiesta Bowl Kindness Arizona caravan is making 25 stops in the metro Phoenix area, Flagstaff, Prescott and Tucson over the next five days to give away some special surprises to communities across the state. FOX 10's Ty Brennan reports.
Democratic Rep. Alma Hernandez of Tucson sponsored a bill to ban no-knock warrants but says she is now abandoning her proposal.
Tucson Mayor Regina Romero has responded to rumors that she is being considered for a position in the Biden administration.
The Department of Homeland Security secretary said the U.S. is on track to encounter more people on the border than in the last 20 years.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department said on March 15 the javelina was found by Marana police in the Continental Ranch Community Park area, north of Tucson.
Kirkpatrick, a Democrat who represents Arizona's 2nd congressional district in the southeastern corner of the state, says she "will continue the good fight through this Congress, and when the term is up, I will hand over the baton."
Tucson police said 34-year-old Bruce Fairbanks Spring was taken into custody on the afternoon of March 8 and will be extradited to Pima County.