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Thursday morning, Tucson Fire Department is testing out new equipment that may save your life on the road. In May, Tucson voters approved a half-cent sales increase. 75 million
Thursday morning, Tucson Fire Department is testing out new equipment that may save your life on the road. In May, Tucson voters approved a half-cent sales increase. 75 million dollars will be going to TFD to buy new equipment and update their aging fleet. Click here for a
Due to a power outage and flooding, Speedway at Interstate 10 will be closed until 5 a.m. Thursday, city police said.
Shopping is as American as apple pie and a hobby and passion for many. But the world of shopping is changing before our eyes.
Fall is just around the corner and many Tucsonans know that means NIGHTFALL at Old Tucson. August 25 is your chance to be a part of the Halloween fun!
The airline says the family was asked to leave because the parents were making threats, not because of their baby.
Officials with the North Charleston Police Department say the Don Holt Bridge will remain closed and is expected to re-open Thursday morning.
The Columbia police announced that James Kester, 64, has been charged with 12 counts of attempted murder after he allegedly hit several people who were attending a graveside service on Wednesday afternoon at Greenlawn Memorial Park in Columbia.
The 911 recording of Midlands musician Keith Dominick breaking into the home of his ex-girlfriend has been released and details the minutes before, during, and after the victim struggled with him before he died.
An 18-year-old man and his 36-year-old adoptive mother have been indicted by a grand jury on charges of knowingly engaging in sexual intercourse with each other.
The BBB is warning credit and debit card users about how scammers looking to gain access to your information.
A bad case of road rage in Midland caught on camera is now going viral. In the video, you can see a semi trying to get around what looks like a Hummer but the Hummer isn't letting the truck pass.
An Australian woman's death late Saturday night in an alley behind her southwest Minneapolis home sparked anger and a demand for answers both in the city and in her home country.
Authorities believe a 10-year-old Miami boy died of a fentanyl overdose after visiting a local pool last month, becoming one of Florida's youngest victims of the opioid crisis.
She was stabbed in the neck, and suffered deep wounds to her arm as she tried to defend herself, severing nerves and leaving her with limited mobility.