Tatum Hubbard CBS 7 News June 19, 2013 Last night the Tucson, Arizona Unified School District selected Dr. H.T. Sanchez as the superintendent.
It will examine how skills learned or developed in military service transfer to civilian career choices, and will include discussions and computerized assessments, along with information about the current labor market.
Charges have been dropped against 1 of 7 Tucson-area high school wrestlers indicted for attacking another teenage student in a campus locker room.
Serial Grillers, the truck with the menu of grilled meat sandwiches named after all sorts of fictional slayers, needs some help, Tucson - they're looking to build out their second food truck, so they're no longer operating in the back of a trailer.
A Junction City Police Department K-9 Unit made a traffic stop Tuesday morning near milepost 289 on I 70 for a traffic violation, but what was discovered landed the Arizona man in jail without bond.
This all stems from a year-long investigation into a rather large cocaine trafficking operation.
It was June 5th, 2012 when the 28-year-old Searle stepped out of his mother's midtown home and continued to walk down East Elm street.
The Tucson Unified School District could know who its next superintendent will be after tonight.
Tucson Police have arrested the wife of the man who died Monday night after a shooting on the southeast side.
In a pilot program in Tucson, Ariz., aerospace and defense contractor Raytheon is spending $100 million in hopes of inspiring future engineers and technology professionals.
In all the excitement over the Medicaid expansion, there are a whole bunch of overlooked tidbits from the recently completed legislative session that The Range will be gathering in the next few days.
Opponents have failed to prove that a proposed new open pit mine near Tucson would harm groundwater supplies, an administrative judge recently ruled.
At first glance, the answer is “no.” Many Post offices were established in Arizona before American Flag, which had a postmaster appointed on December 28, 1880 .
Police say a man who allegedly shot a man to death Sunday afternoon was arrested by Pima County Sheriff's Department deputies.
Mel Wymore is a typical city council candidate in many ways, campaigning as a community board appointee, ex-PTA chair and founder of a roster of local organizations.