Salvation Army seeks space to house Christmas toy collection

The Salvation Army is looking for a building that’s 10,000 square feet or more in a centralized location near downtown or on Tucson's east side.

Combs Middle School-Coffee Cart Club

Combs Middle School Life Skills Class (the class focuses on everyday skills, both academic and functional for students with special needs) started a Coffee Cart Club this year.

Upcoming job fairs in southern Arizona

Several organizations in southern Arizona are holding job fairs to help residents find work.

October, November events at Tubac Presidio

Events happening in October at Tubac Presidio

Chance of wet weather won’t stop the show at the Oro Valley Music Festival this weekend

You can expect delays around Naranja Park with weekend with thousand of concert-goers expected at the Oro Valley Music Festival.

Food and culture took center stage at day one of Tucson Meet Yourself

The calls for bad weather mattered very little to the crowds in downtown Tucson Friday for the 45th annual Tucson Meet Yourself, taking in the sights, sounds, smells.

Cochise County emergency response agencies successfully complete full-scale training exercise

The event involved an active shooter scenario at Joyce Clark Middle School, Sierra Vista, on Thursday, Oct. 11, and included multiple regional, state and federal agencies and their partners.

Humane Society of Southern Arizona October Pet of the Day

Pets of the day for October from the Humane Society of Southern Arizona.

Hello Kitty is coming to Tucson

Well, not exactly the kitty herself, but the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck will be in the Old Pueblo next weekend, so fans mark your calendar.

Tucson declared winner of second ‘Bring TCM To Your Hometown’ contest

Turner Classic Movies (TCM) announced earlier this week that after overwhelming response from fans, Tucson has been named the winner of the second Bring TCM to your Hometown contest.

Rain or shine, Tucson Meet Yourself will go on as planned

Whether it's rain or - well, more rain - Tucson Meet Yourself will go on as planned.

  Saddlebrooke Ranch opens first-ever active living community brewery

It was a quiet afternoon outside at Saddlebrooke Ranch in Oracle, but inside is a new concept that has a lot of people talking.

Pumpkin Patch adoptions taking place at PACC

“Pumpkin Patch Adoptions” will be held Sunday, Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Pile burning in Cochise Stronghold in October, November

According to the U.S. Forest Service, personnel with the Douglas Ranger District will be burning piles of wood in Cochise Stronghold during both months as weather permits.

Tucson restaurants, entertainers prepare for 45th annual Tucson Meet Yourself

Tucson’s premier celebration of cultural identity begins tomorrow with the kickoff of the Tucson Meet Yourself Festival.

County parking facilities open late for special weekend events

Entry at all three locations will be permitted until 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 8 p.m. Sunday. Security will be provided by uniformed officers on patrol.

Open house for Houghton Road Corridor projects

The public is invited to attend an open house hosted by TDOT and the RTA, to find out about three Houghton Road Corridor projects from Valencia Road to Interstate 10.

2nd annual KOLD pumpkin carving contest

Second annual KOLD pumpkin carving contest.

Everything you need to know about this weekend’s Tucson Meet Yourself event

The 45th annual Tucson Meet Yourself event is this weekend and here is everything you need to know about the three-day event.

CROP Hunger Walks encourage neighbors to walk together and fight hunger locally, worldwide

CROP Hunger Walks encourage neighbors to walk together and fight hunger both locally and worldwide.

Kids playgroup lifts spirits at northwest side nursing home

The Young at Heart playgroup visited. It was Furtado's first time witnessing the difference made on her neighbors. "They've smiled, they've clapped and it's just so thrilling to see them like this."

Saguaro National Park October Schedule

Saguaro National Park is offering a variety of walks and talks that explore the park’s wonderful natural and cultural histories.

FAMILY FINDER: Danny is outgoing and loves to talk

Danny is very curious and loves to ask questions.

Pima Vocational High School, Las Artes accepting students for October sessions

The two programs - Pima Vocational High School and Las Artes Arts & Education Center are accepting applications for entry into late October sessions.

Tucson-area Red Cross volunteers headed to help with Hurricane Michael

Red Cross volunteer Ardis Wait has left Tucson to help with the recovery efforts for Hurricane Michael.

Cochise County to host Naco children’s vaccine clinic, continue testing of HAZMAT impact areas

Cochise Health & Social Services will host a free children’s immunization clinic in response to the HAZMAT situation in Naco.

Silver Alert issued for missing Avondale man

A Silver Alert has been issued for 75-year-old Henry Ramirez on Tuesday, Oct. 9.

Help OVPD, GRFD support annual pillow project

New, standard size pillows, in the original package can be dropped off at the listed GRFD stations or OVPD station until Nov. 16.

Winter visitors descend on southern AZ as weather gets colder

In the first week of October, thousands of winter visitors descend on Tucson clogging the streets, jamming the golf courses and making it more difficult to get reservations at local restaurants.

Little known Halloween facts

Many know that Halloween is a time for kids to dress up and go trick or treating, but there is a little bit more to the holiday.

Missing tortoise returned to owners

A 60 pound tortoise who escaped his backyard enclosure in midtown Tucson in late August has made his way home.

Tucson Meet Yourself in need of volunteers at new festival location

More than 100 volunteers are still wanted as the festival moves out of its old El Presidio Park home

Oro Valley Celebration of the Arts

Mark your calendars now, because October is National Arts & Humanities Month, and the Town of Oro Valley has partnered with local galleries, museums and businesses to offer specials all month long.

Tucson ranks #35 on list of ‘foodie cities’

Tucson ranks 35 out of 180 for top 'foodie city' in Arizona.

Golder Ranch Board Services Manager earns Master Municipal Clerk distinction

Brooke Painter, Board Services Manager for the Golder Ranch Fire District is one of 54 in the State who have earned their Master Municipal Clerk designation.

Sierra Vista residents invited to run or walk with shelter dogs

Residents invited to run or walk with shelter dogs in Sierra Vista.

Red Cross: Blood, platelet donations needed during breast cancer awareness month

Upcoming blood donation opportunities in southern Arizona.

Pet supply store now open at PACC

“Central Pet: Adopt. Shop. Give,” is the new pet store in the Pima Animal Care Center lobby. The store was made possible through a collaboration with Friends of PACC, the official nonprofit partner to the shelter.

Marana Cares Mobile providing meals to kids during fall break

Marana Cares Mobile will once again be providing free meals for children during fall break - from Oct. 8 to 12.

Free flu shot clinic to be held in Tombstone

Free flu shot clinic to be held in Tombstone.

Southern AZ: Halloween, pumpkin patches and corn mazes for 2018

October is just around the corner and you know what that means - pumpkin patches, corn mazes, haunted houses and Halloween!