BEAR DOWN: Cats fall 76-73 at Alabama

The Wildcats rally from 19 down comes up just short in Tuscaloosa.
Tucson man proposes to girlfriend at Winterhaven Festival of Lights
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Dog survived California fire, found waiting at home when owners were allowed to return a month later

A couple in California who weren't able to return to rescue their dog when the Camp Fire broke out found him safe and waiting this week when they finally were allowed to go survey the damage.


Local Purple Heart veteran and family buy first home with Habitat for Humanity
Saturday morning was an exciting moment for the Dumoulin family, as they unlocked the next chapter of their lives.
Bringing holiday spirit to children fighting cancer
Volunteers are bringing holiday spirit to local families with children fighting cancer.
PACC: Fashion show and Adoption event
Pima Animal Care Center is partnering with Tucson Rescue Now for a two-day fashion show and adoption event on Dec. 8 and 9.

  ‘Thrive in the 05’ paying off in midtown neighborhood

People living and working in the neighborhood are teaming up with police officers and sheriff’s deputies, and even the simple things are making a big difference.

2nd arrest made in Huachuca City church arson case

Huachuca City Police Department has arrested the teen as part of the ongoing investigation into the arson fires, criminal damage and trespassing of the Huachuca City Methodist Church in October, November.
  Tucson Wildlife Center receives critically ill Golden Eagle
TUSD: Failed fire alarm system, emergency declared at Tucson middle school


  Combat veteran, wife donate all their belongings to firefighters affected by California wildfires

The home essentials, including furniture, electronics, tools and more, will help dozens of firefighters whose homes burned down in the Camp Fire.

The Latest: Prosecutors deny plan to force Ghosn confession

A spokesman for the Tokyo prosecutors who have charged former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn with underreporting tens of millions of dollars of income says there is no plan to force the celebrity businessman to confess


  BEAR DOWN: Cats fall 76-73 at Alabama

  A Player’s Preview: Alabama

Tucson News Now has all you need to know for Sunday's Pac-12-SEC showdown deep in the Heart of Dixie