Pima County road closures

Pima County road conditions as of 8 a.m. Sept. 20, 2018.

Police reopen E. Valencia Road on SE side after serious crash

According to police, East Valencia Road was closed between South Kolb and East Old Vail roads.

Oro Valley, neighbors fight for ‘pristine’ desert property

885-acres of pristine property are caught in the cross-hairs of a land battle, between a growing town and neighbors that want to avoid drastic change.

LAWSUIT: North sued for serving drinks, leading to deadly crash

The lawsuit, provided to Tucson News Now, claims North Italia Restaurant broke the law when it comes to serving drinks.

UPDATE: Crash on Saturday at 22nd, south Alvernon Way now fatal

Sad news to update, the crash that occurred on Saturday, Sept. 15 at 9:15 a.m. is now fatal, according to the Tucson Police Department.

Tucsonans harvesting rainwater for future use

Tucson city leaders will get an update this week on a plan approved in 2017 to set aside $300,000 to help pay for a low income rainwater harvesting program.

Cochise County to host town hall meeting on Naco HAZMAT issue

A town hall hosted by Cochise County Health & Social Services will be held in Naco on Friday, Sept. 21 to answer local residents’ questions about the ongoing HAZMAT situation.

Arizona a step closer to electing first woman to Senate seat

House Representatives Krysten Sinema (D-AZ) and Martha McSally (R-AZ) battle not only for the Senate seat of retiring Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ), but also for the historic title of first female senator in Arizona.

Organizational changes at the Pima County Sheriff’s Department

The Pima County Sheriff’s Department announced on Wednesday, Sept. 19 in a news release that the following organizational changes that will take effect on Sept. 30.

Tucson man convicted on multiple charges after tying victim up in wash, assaulting her

A local man has been convicted of Domestic Violence Sexual Assault, Unlawful Imprisonment, Assault, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, according to the Pima County Attorney's Office.

Bodies found in Nogales Wash

On Tuesday September 18, the Nogales Police Department received information that a body was seen in the Nogales Wash.

  Noon Notebook: Center for Advanced Spine Care

Dr. Lewandrowski from the Center for Advanced Spine Care in Tucson joins us for Noon Notebook to talk about how to manage pain and discomfort in your back or spine. Watch the interview above.

CCSO helps build playhouse for Make A Wish participant

The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office assisted the Make A Wish Foundation in helping a young Pearce, AZ resident.

First Alert Action Days: Monsoon storms bring below-average temperatures to southern AZ

Storms will begin to develop near the border in Cochise and Santa Cruz counties early Wednesday morning and become more widespread just before noon.

Fire caused by roofing tar displaces family of four

Roofing tar helped ignite a fire that displaced a family of four on the southeast side on Tuesday evening, according to officials with Rural/Metro Fire.

Prop 407: Neighbors hope for support at their local parks in November

A welcome sight, that brings a sense of safety. Something city leaders, like Ward 6 councilmember Steve Kozachik, continue to pitch, hoping for the support of voters in November for Proposition 407.

Mother of murder victim Maribel Gonzales, speaks about the indictment

For the last four years, she has been thinking about who killed her daughter. Then came the news conference on Saturday morning, Sept. 15, when Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus announced that Christopher Mathew Clements had been indicted for the murder of Isabel Celis and Maribel Gonzales.

Bishop of Tucson responds to continued reports of abuse in Catholic Church

Bishop Ed Weisenburger spoke to a room of reporters at the diocesan office in downtown Tucson. He said the diocese does not have any priests practicing the faith under investigation for sexual misconduct allegations. He said the number of allegations of recent abuse have dropped significantly.

Resettled refugee numbers dropping in Tucson

Several social service agencies in Tucson who assimilate immigrants, say the number being resettled in Tucson has dropped nearly 80 percent.The Lutheran Social Services has resettled as many as 200 immigrants in one year. This year, it will barely top 50.

PCSO: Casa Grande man shoots pregnant girlfriend in head

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office said Javier Figueroa, 23, shot his pregnant girlfriend in the head.

Boeing 777 finds new home in Tucson

The former Cathay Pacific airliner was donated by the company to the Pima Air & Space Museum. Built in 1994, the massive aircraft was a test plane before becoming a part of Cathay Pacific's commercial fleet in 2000, operating more than 20,000 flights across the globe over 18 years.

Wildlife officials search for bear that attacked person near Patagonia

According to the victim, he was charged by the bear as he was hiking in the Washington Camp area, off Harshaw Road south of Patagonia.

Rural-Metro says rattlesnake calls increasing

Baby rattlesnakes are especially active after being born at the end of summer and beginning life on their own.

UPDATE: Silver Alert canceled as Phoenix man has been located safe

72-year-old Manuel Cajero Hernandez may be driving a black 2014 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck with Arizona license No. CGW6383.

Family of victim speaks out after deadly bus stop crash

A family is refusing to leave their loved one's side as he fights for his life in a Tucson hospital Monday night.

Old hotels give new life to downtown

One of those, Nicole Dahl, the creative designer and general manager of The Hotel McCoy, who, along with a group of California investors has created a one-of-a-kind hotel in Tucson.

WATCH: Dog saved from gruesome death in Arizona

A dog was saved from a gruesome death in Yavapai County thanks to the quick action of a law enforcement volunteer.

Cochise County Supervisors declare state of local emergency

The move follows a leak of raw sewage from Naco, Sonora, onto U.S. soil on Sunday, Sept. 9, which prompted an immediate response by the County to prevent a public health emergency.

CALL FOR ARTISTS: City of Tucson accepting proposals for new murals downtown

The city is currently accepting proposals from artists for the second round of the program, offered through the City of Tucson Mural Arts Program and Tucson Arts Brigade.

Coca-Cola is signaling interest in sale of cannabis-infused drinks

Coke says cannabis is an ingredient that could gain ground in wellness beverages globally.

Long-awaited improvement project begins on Tucson’s east side

Crews from the city of Tucson will start construction work along Broadway Boulevard between Camino Seco and Houghton Road on Monday.

Broadway project starting Monday has restaurant owner patient

Construction will begin on Broadway Boulevard between Camino Seco and Houghton as part of the voter-approved, $2.1 billion Regional Transit Authority (RTA) plan.

WWII veteran celebrates 100th birthday in Tucson

Sunday was a special day for a local World War II veteran. Ray Nelson is celebrating 100 years of life this week, surrounded by his friends and family. His actual birthday is coming up on Wednesday.

California teenager finds a purse with $10k inside, returns to police

The high school junior ended up finding way more than identification. He found more cash than he says he’s ever seen in his life.

BEAR DOWN: Wildcats find groove and sprint past Southern Utah

Arizona will take a 1-2 mark into Pac-12 conference play after a win over the Thunderbirds.

URGENT: Authorities looking for missing Pinal County girl

Pinal County authorities said Darien Alexa, 16, went missing from her home Friday night. She may be with a 24-year-old Amran Mohammad Dawlatzai.

UPDATE: Tucson man killed in officer-involved shooting identified

The Tucson Police Department said Joel R. Andrade, 53, died after being shot by officers at a south side home Monday, Sept. 10.

$2.5M bond for Border Patrol agent in killings of 4 in Texas

10-year veteran of US Border Patrol being held on $2.5 million bond, accused of killing at least four women and injuring a fifth who escaped

UPDATE: Man criminally charged in death of child in Tucson

Carlos Andres Hernandez-Lizarraga appeared before a judge in video court Saturday morning.

TPD: One shot near park on Tucson’s south side

One person was shot Saturday evening near Manuel Herrera Jr. Park, according to the Tucson Police Department.

UPDATE: Second person dies after car crashed into bus stop in midtown Tucson

Multiple people were hurt Saturday when a car hopped the curb and crashed into a crowd at a bus stop in midtown Tucson.