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Wildfire burning near Elgin prompts evacuations
ELGIN, Ariz. - Evacuations are underway near Elgin due to a 1000-acre wildfire.According to Tiffany Davila with Arizona State Forestry, the Babo Fire is burning five miles Southeast of Elgin and Northwest of Babacomari Ranch.Davila says increased winds is causing the fire to spread, but the flames a
On the line: Community-minded restaurant opens in Naco
NACO, ARIZ. — Walk down Towner Avenue in Naco, and the rich, savory smell of grilling meat might just lure you into the brightly painted Border Line Market, Grill, and Cafe.
Bisbee After 5 and other events for November 2018
Be inspired in Bisbee, Arizona! This historic town provides a backdrop for a vibrant arts and music scene, which is alive and rockin’ for this month’s Bisbee After 5 artwalk. With new local art at the galleries, a free Indie music festival throughout Old Bisbee, and new merch at the shops, you are s
Rebuild continues for Cowboys basketball boys
WILCOX — It’s been five years since a winning record for the Willcox boys basketball varsity program, and there might still be a small wait before they get back to that level, said head basketball coach Corey Downs.
Sinema wins Senate race, Kirkpatrick takes the House
WILLCOX — Thanks to early and provisional ballots in Maricopa, Pima and Pinal counties, Kyrsten Sinema is the new U.S. Senator for Arizona.
Billy Claiborn paid the ultimate price
Sometimes in life a person needs to let well enough alone, and not push an issue. Billy Claiborn should have learned that lesson. Unfortunately, on Nov. 14, 1882 he didn’t let well enough alone, and paid the ultimate price.
Seven girls start new life at National Adoption Day ceremony
The special event recognized Cochise County’s support of National Adoption Day. Court clerks, a court reporter, and court security were among 100 people who witnessed the proceedings that resulted in seven girls finding their forever homes.
Businesses hope border troops spend locally in Sierra Vista
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Troops bound for Fort Huachuca as part of President Trump's deployment of thousands to the U.S. - Mexico border would be just the latest round of temporary, potential new customers for local businesses in Sierra Vista.
Man enters Arizona bar and begins shooting; 2 people dead
GLOBE, Arizona — Police are investigating a shooting at a Globe, Arizona bar Sunday night that left two people dead.The shooting occurred at the Jammerz bar around 11:30 p.m. local time; police say a lone gunman walked in and opened fire.Four people were shot during the incident, and two of those pe
Following national tragedies, Sierra Vista police remind drivers of school zone safety
The message follows incidents in states likeFlorida, Kentucky, Mississippi,Indianaand Pennsylvania that left children dead or hurt.
Structure Fire near Benson Hwy and Alvernon
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -Rural Metro and Tucson Fire responded to a report of a jurisdictional fire near Benson Hwy and Alvernon Sunday, Nov. 11.
UPDATE: Missing woman found safe
A missing Green Valley woman has been found safe in the Madera Canyon area.Officials are searching for a missing woman from Green Valley.Margie Ritchie-Hayes was reported missing about 7:45 a.m. Sunday. She was found about 7:30 p.m., according to the Pima County Sheriff's Department.
Sierra Vista to rejoin DEA drug task force
There are multiple agencies from the county, including the Benson Police Department, the Cochise County Attorney’s Office, the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office, and others participating in this task force.
Fire on Benson Highway and Alvernon
BENSON, Ariz. - Tucson Fire Department and Rural Metro fire fighters are clearing up a structure fire that occurred in the area of Benson Hwy/Alvernon late on Sunday morning.TFD and other crews responded to the call around noon, finding a vacant structure engulfed in flames, which Rural Metro Fire s
5 haunted places to visit in Arizona
But the hotel is now known to have a ghost that is said to haunt visitors. According to legend, a woman by the name of Leone Jensen jumped to her death from the hotel roof back in the 1920s. Some say it was due to a broken heart but are other stories that tell she had an illness.paranormal,paranorma
Dannels hosts national law enforcement leaders
As part of his efforts, Dannels officially invited several members of the United States Attorney General’s Office, Department of Homeland Security, Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), United States Department of Justice, State Department, and National Sheriff’s Association to visit the coun
Sierra Vista man arrested for molestation of a child
SIERRA VISTA, Ariz. - A Sierra Vista man was arrested Tuesday on charges of child molestation.According to the Sierra Vista Police Department, officers received a report from a relative of a girl being molested by a family member.After further investigation, it was discovered that several incidents
Who’s responsible? ADOT, Pima County spar over Amado flood
Last month, Pima County Regional Flood Control District officials said several businesses were flooded and blamed it on two factors: five inches of rain in less than 90 minutes, and several feet of built-up sediment clogging two drainage culverts under the Sopori Wash bridge on the West Frontage Roa
Man arrested on terrorism charges in Cochise County
Deputies were able to track the threat to an account reportedly owned by Kurtis Lemaster, 27, who was residing on North Fifth Street in Sierra Vista. The information also indicated that Lemaster has threatened a "school shooting" in the area before.
Sierra Vista police bust nine HS students on drug charges
SIERRA VISTA, Ariz. - Sierra Vista police accused nine students of drug-related charges Nov. 2.Police say school resource officers worked with Buena High School administrators on the investigation.The 15 and 16-year-old teens face charges including possession of tobacco, possession of an e-cigarette