AZ State Forestry: Babo Fire believed to be human caused, remains at 5,000 acres

According to a tweet from AZ State Forestry, about 30 people were forced out of the area near Babacomari Ranch, which is southeast of the quickly growing fire.
Highway officials reopen WB I-10 near Houghton Road after fire
  Victims identified after Tunica-bound tour bus overturns on slick Mississippi highway
  Video shows suspected smuggler cutting newly installed wire on border fence near Yuma
  Tucson golf making money but is it enough
More than 9,000 riders expected in 36th El Tour de Tucson
  Military presence increasing at the Nogales Border


Photographer defends use of fake BB gun in ‘A Christmas Story’ newborn shoot
A photographer shared a seemingly innocent photo from a newborn shoot with the theme of “A Christmas Story,” but stands by her decision to pose the baby with a replica BB gun after receiving backlash.
VIDEO: Man crashes into courthouse, tells police he needs to report stolen drug paraphernalia
It’s unclear exactly how much damage a man did to the Harrison County Courthouse over the weekend when he crashed his truck into the side of the building, all in an effort to contact police over stolen drug paraphernalia.
Dress up your front yard with the Hidden Valley Ranch inflatable bottle
The inflatable decoration is just one of many things you can buy from the Hidden Valley Ranch online store that was recently re-launched by the company.

Fire calls within minutes of one another, but on opposite sides of city keep Tucson Fire crews busy

Crews from the Tucson Fire Department responded to two fires that began within minutes of one another, but occurred on different sides of the city.

  TUSD Governing Board approves short-term financial plan for Infants Early Learning Centers

The Tucson Unified School District board is moving forward on a plan to keep two Infant and Early Learning Centers (IELC) open.
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  Local group reacts to hate crime stats


Militant or poet? US sanctions Hezbollah leader's son

The son of Lebanon's Hezbollah leader designated by the U.S. State Department this week as a "global terrorist" is a poet and music lover who moves around without security and whose role within the group is shrouded in secrecy

  Buckle up: More than 54 million Americans to travel this Thanksgiving

This will be the busiest year for Thanksgiving travel since 2005.


  Cats throw block party on Miners

Green leads Red Wings to 6-1 win over Coyotes

Defenseman Mike Green had a goal and two assists as Detroit won a 4th straight game beating Arizona 6-1