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CCSO, Benson police searching for missing Benson man
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - 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.According to the CCSO Dowd was last seen leaving on a purple Schwinn mountain bike, from his Benson home in the 600 block of P
Police ask for public's help finding missing Benson man
Joseph Dowd Jr., 68, was last seen leaving his home in the small town on his purple Schwinn mountain bike at around 9 a.m. Wednesday, deputies say. He doesn't have any medical issues, but authorities say he may have "early onset memory issues."
Tucson mother guilty of reckless harm, failing to seek treatment in daughter's scalding
Osteraas, 30, testified that the child got into the bath on her own and then stayed in, in a dazed state.
Three Great Things to Do in Tucson Today: Monday, Oct. 15
Murder at Cactus Casino!For just $39 you can become a murder-solving detective at The Gaslight Music Hall. They are hosting a musical murder mystery you get to watch while chowing down on a four-course meal. What's better than food and entertainment? Trick question-nothing! Better yet, it's interact
Saint David firefighter dies during training
According to Saint David Fire District, 36-year-old Joshua Eugin died during a multi-department training exercise. Eugin was taking part in a "blackout drill," in which firefighters simulate rescuing victims inside a dark structure with fake smoke.
Fire causes massive damage at Huachuca United Methodist Church
Buy NowA massive fire broke out at the Huachuca United Methodist Church, 506 N. Gila Ave., in Huachuca City on Thursday night. Firefighters and other first responders were on the scene to battle the blaze. The fire had not been contained as of 8:45 p.m. The cause has not been determined, and no inju
Cochise County confirms 2 positive rabies cases
TUCSON, Ariz. - The Cochise County Sheriff's Office confirms two positive rabies cases within the county.The first case was a bat just outside of Pomerene, that was found dead on a porch.The second case was a Grey Fox in the Pearce area. The fox was aggressive towards an elderly couple who were out
Train hits, kills Tucson pedestrian; several streets blocked during investigation
Courtesy Tucson Police DepartmentTucson police are investigating a fatal collision of a pedestrian and a train, a spokesman says.Motorists are asked to avoid North Main Avenue from Speedway to St. Mary's Road and Fifth and Sixth streets from Stone Avenue to Main Avenue.
Cochise Co. Sheriff’s Office warning residents about rabies cases
COCHISE COUNTY, AZ (Tucson News Now) - 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.According to CCSO the first case of rabies was a bat just
Sierra Vista man attempts to rob Carl’s Jr.
On Oct. 6, at about 10:50 p.m., local authorities received a 911 call reporting that an individual had entered the Carl’s Jr. restaurant, armed with a black pistol, demanding money and a cell phone.
Third person in September wreck that crashed into Tucson bus stop dies
On Sept. 15, police said a white 2006 Mazda M6 was speeding southbound on Alvernon Way, near East Grant Road. When the Mazda approached Grant, the light turned red. The Mazda then swerved into the northbound lanes, went around the stopped vehicles, and ran the red light.
Eighteen-year-old arrested with more than $170K worth of meth
TUCSON, Ariz. -Border Patrol agents at the Nogales station made three arrests after finding nearly 150 pounds of methamphetamine during two separate incidents over the weekend, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Woman arrested in Tucson for shooting death of Phoenix man
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - U.S. Marshals arrested a woman in Tucson on Wednesday, Oct. 17, for the September shooting death of a man in Phoenix.
Gunfighter and Ghost Tour — Tombstone, Ariz.
During their tour, you'll have the chance to visit the 10 most haunted spots in the town, including the Birdcage Theatre and the General Hospital. One spot even visits an intersection where more than 30 killings happened.
Man accidentally shot in chest in Sahuarita
A man was shot in the chest in Sahuarita Tuesday night and Sahuarita Police are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident.Sgt. Michael Falquez said officers were summoned to the Safeway on Duval Mine Road shortly before 8 p.m. Tuesday for what was reported to be an acciden
Tucson's Classic Car Show will feature more than 400 autos
Car lovers, this ought to rev up your engines: The Rotary Club of Tucson’s annual Classics Car Show is slated for 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20.
Good Morning: Huachuca City mayor resigned, said town should become part of SV
“We Need More Men Like Him” - Occasionally someone comes along who is interested in the development and growth of Sierra Vista, specifically, Andrea Cracchiolo, who lives in Tucson. He has extensive properties in this community and has decided to deed two acres in the Buena 1 area for a city park. T
Court docs reveal new information about fatal ‘A’ Mountain crash
According to court documents, hospital lab testing showed that Moreno had a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.40, five times higher than the legal limit of 0.08.
Tucson traffic: Rollover crash closes westbound I-10 at Alvernon Way
Officials haven't said when the road is expected to reopen, but drivers are able to exit at Alvernon Way and re-enter I-10, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. Delays are expected.
Judge grants changes in Sophia Richter’s release conditions
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - A judge in Pima County granted a change in release conditions for Sophia Richter, the woman who with her husband had been accused of keeping her three daughters imprisoned in their home for several months.The Arizona Supreme Court reversed her convictions in August and