Police officers responding to a domestic violence call at a home in Douglas found the alleged victim doused in gasoline and the suspect holding "an incendiary device."
The Tucson Baptist Church told Tucson News Now thousands of dollars worth of equipment was stolen from their church overnight on March 22, after someone threw a rock through a window to be able to reach in and open the door.
The signs read, "WARNING: Some T.U.S.D staff may be armed and will use whatever force necessary to protect our students."
Two people were arrested and more than $1.2 million in heroin and methamphetamine was seized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers at the Port of Nogales on Thursday, March 22.
Inspired by the actions of recent Parkland shooting survivors, people across the nation will be participating in local "March for our Lives" protests to speak out in support of gun control. Here is a complete guide to Tucson's march on Saturday.