Teacher on leave after allegedly duct taping CO student to chair

Police have opened a criminal investigation into the incident, but no charges have been filed.

BEAR DOWN: Bruins hold off fierce Wildcats' rally to win 31-30

Rhett Rodriguez got the start for an injured Khalil Tate Saturday night in the Arizona Wildcats' Pac-12 game at UCLA.

Cold Beer, Great Cause: Festival helps fund radio reading service for thousands in Tucson

The Great Tucson Beer Festival is a fun night for beer lovers in the community, but the pours also continue to help thousands of people across Arizona.

Mega Millions jackpot grows to $1.6 billion after nobody won Friday’s drawing

The Mega Millions jackpot has now swelled to $1.6 billion after nobody bought a winning ticket for the Friday night drawing.

President Trump slams Democrats, supports McSally during Mesa rally

President Donald Trump is in Arizona for a Friday night rally to support Republican candidates in the state.

OVERTIME: Week 10 high school football results, highlights and more

Week 10 of the high school football season is in the books and it was a doozy.

UPDATE: Interstate 19 northbound reopens south of Tucson

A crash and vehicle fire closed Interstate 19 northbound near Pima Mine Road for about an hour late Friday, Oct. 19.

99th annual Tucson Veterans Day parade

Calling all veterans, family members and the general public - Tucson is holding it's 99th annual Veterans Day parade on Monday, Nov. 12. This year's theme is "Celebration of Armistice Day".

Companies issue recalls for thousands of pounds of food over possible salmonella, listeria contamination

A possible salmonella, listeria contamination of an ingredient forces a Texas company to recall 2,490,593 pounds of ready-to-eat meat and poultry taquitos, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) on Friday, Oct. 19.

Arizona ranks worst in U.S. for college tuition increases since recession

New numbers from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities show the state of Arizona’s tuition has gone up 91 percent since 2008. That’s more than $5,000 per student over a decade.

Arizona DPS trooper hailed as hero after stopping wrong way driver

An Arizona Department of Public Safety trooper is being hailed as a hero after he stopped a wrong-way driver on Interstate 10 near Cortaro Road.

Lottery fever hits Tucson

The time is counting down before the world crowns its next billionaire.

Paving work to occur in Sabino Canyon, Marshall Gulch

According to a recent news release from the U.S. Forest Service, paving work will begin next week and continue for the next two months with temporary closures happening.

Napier removes ICE agent from Pima County Jail

Sheriff Mark Napier has removed federal immigration agents from the Pima County Jail.

CCSO, Benson police searching for missing Benson man

The Cochise County Sheriff's Office and the Benson Police Department are asking for the public's help searching for 68-year-old Joseph Dowd Jr.

UPDATE: Tucson woman found guilty of child abuse in burning of daughter

Samantha Osteraas, the Tucson woman accused of intentionally burning her child with hot bath water, was found guilty of child abuse.

KOLD HEROES: Nominate the hero in your life

The people of southern Arizona have a rich tradition of caring and supporting each other. We are looking for the people who go the extra mile to make a difference in our community.

Sinema on campaign blitz as Trump pushes for McSally

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Kyrsten Sinema had a full day on the campaign trail even as thousands gathered in Mesa to see President Donald Trump stump for her Republican opponent

Big numbers of Central Americans arriving at Arizona border

Authorities say large groups of Central American migrants continue to surrender to Border Patrol agents in Arizona, with the arrival of one recent group numbering 108 captured in dramatic video images

Students are star of the show in TUSD board candidates forum

She and her peers expressed those wants and needs during a candidates forum Thursday night, Oct. 18, at Mansfeld Magnet Middle School.

LOTTERY FEVER: Luckiest stores in southern Arizona, odds of winning

We've all dreamed of winning the lottery. So, if you're looking to cash in on those dreams, why not try a store that's sold winning tickets before?

HELP WANTED: USPS looking to hire seasonal workers in Tucson

The holiday shopping season is right around the corner so many Tucson-area business are looking for extra help.

Oro Valley police ask for help identifying shoplifting suspect

The suspect is described as about 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds. Police believe he is about 45 years old.

Tucson man accused in fatal hit-and-run arrested in Mexico

Sean Michael Yacks is in the Pima County Jail and facing charges of manslaughter and leaving the scene of a crash.

Trump praises Montana congressman who body-slammed reporter

At a campaign rally in Missoula Thursday, Trump lauded Rep. Greg Gianforte, who pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault for an attack on Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs. The attack came a day before Gianforte won a 2017 special election.

Living Streets Alliance working to make one downtown intersection safer

The Living Streets Alliance plans to use a "tactical urbanism" project to turn the intersection at North Sixth Avenue and East Seventh Street into one that’s safer and more pedestrian/cyclist friendly.

BODY CAM: Sierra Vista Officers save nine-year-old during dog attack

Footage from officers' body cameras shows the quick actions to save a nine-year-old being attacked by large dogs in his gated yard last month.

Christmas tree permits available in November from Tonto National Forest

Beginning on Tuesday, Nov. 13 the Tonto National Forest will be selling Christmas tree permits for $15.

Caravan migrants break Guatemala border fence, rush Mexico

Central Americans traveling in a mass caravan have broken through a Guatemalan border fence and streamed by the thousands toward Mexican territory, defying authorities' entreaties for an orderly migration and warnings from U.S. President Donald Trump

St. David probationary firefighter dies after collapsing during training

According to information from the St. David Fire District, Joshua Eugin, 36, collapsed during a "blackout drill."

Tucson police release man’s name in shooting near Old Spanish Trail

The Tucson Police Department has released the name of the man who was shot on Wednesday night, Oct. 17.

UPDATE: Roads back open after fatal pedestrian, train collision near Main Ave., Speedway

The Tucson Police Department is investigating a fatal pedestrian, train collision on the west side.

RC plane competition draws pilots from around the world

Model airplane pilots from across the globe have descended upon southern Arizona for the Tucson Aerobatic Shootout.

Cochise Co. Sheriff’s Office warning residents about rabies cases

The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office has been advised of two positive rabies cases from areas around the county and one pending that may be positive as well and they are warning the public to be on alert.

Keeping kids safe this Halloween

Even as putting the finishing touches on costumes and making that last candy run to the store, how prepared is the family for a safe and healthy Halloween?

UPDATE: One arrested after search of northwest side home

Four people were detained as authorities served a search warrant at a home on the northwest side of Tucson Thursday, Oct. 18.

PACC dealing with higher than usual number of homeless pets

Pima Animal Care Center has an urgently high number of animals in the shelter. As of today, there are 438 puppies and dogs and 272 kittens and cats. That makes for a total of 711 homeless pets in need of a home.

Cochise County to host second immunization clinic in Naco

Cochise County Health & Social Services is holding a second immunization clinic for adults living and working in Naco.

Male mentors needed for southern Arizona high school students

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Arizona hopes to recruit 40 men by December for its 2.0 program geared toward high school students.

Polio-like condition on the rise, concerning Arizona parents

Representatives of the Centers for Disease Control say they don’t know the cause of Acute Flaccid Myelitis in most cases. That concerns parents, because AFM mostly affects children.

Fire damages duplex, displaces 2 residents

The Red Cross is assisting the two residents, a 79-year-old man and a 48-year-old man, who lived on each side of the duplex.