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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.
Police ID Tucson man shot to death during fight with wife
The domestic violence-related shooting occurred about 6:45 p.m. inside an apartment at a complex at 8601 E. Old Spanish Trail, said Sgt. Pete Dugan, a police spokesman.
New mountain biking park near Tucson is found 'booby-trapped,' vandalized
Also, signs were damaged and locks on gates were cut at the county’s McKenzie Ranch Trails Park southeast of Tucson earlier this month, said Steve Anderson, planning division manager for the county.
25 things to do this weekend in Tucson, Oct. 19-21
Have a dog of a day and join a fun event packed with doggie activities, vendors and races. There will be a 1-mile and 2-mile run/walk. Register prior to the eventhereor you can register with packet pickup at 4:30 p.m. day of the event. The dog festival is a real treat with prizes, dog crafts, dog co
Tucson police investigating fatal shooting near Old Spanish Trail
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Homicide detectives with the Tucson Police Department are investigating a fatal shooting at The Place At Spanish Trail apartments in the 8600 block of East Old Spanish Trail, near Broadway and Camino Seco.
Man told CG police he thought intruder was in home, accidentally shot pregnant girlfriend
Javier Figueroa, 23, was arrested last month by the Pinal County Sheriff's Office on suspicion of shooting his girlfriend in the head and forcing her to give birth prematurely to her baby.
Final debate between Raúl Grijalva, Nick Pierson returns to "bad Mexican" roots
Republican challenger Nicolas Pierson, left, and incumbent U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva traded comments about immigration, ethics and state land sales at their final Congressional District 3 debate at the University of Arizona.
Pinal supes approve Queen Creek plan to take over homes from Johnson
Buy NowPaul Gardner, the utility manager for Queen Creek, speaks to the Pinal County Board of Supervisors Wednesday, October 17.Heather Smathers/PinalCentral
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.
TPD: Husband killed in apparent domestic violence-related shooting
At 6:45 p.m., officers were dispatched to The Place at Spanish Trail Apartments, 8601 E. Old Spanish Trail, for a report of a shooting inside an apartment.
Planning document for 70-square-mile San Tan Valley before supervisors Oct. 31
A 107-page county- and staff-initiated comprehensive plan amendment is the culmination of 18 to 24 months of work, Steve Abraham, community development official for Pinal County, said to the supervisors at a recent meeting.
Congressional District 3 candidates face-off in final debate
TUCSON, Ariz. - With election day fast approaching, Arizona Congressional District 3 candidates faced off in a final debate at the University of Arizona on Wednesday.Incumbent democrat Raul Grijalva and Republican Nick Pierson debated for an hour on immigration, border security and the environment.T
Students are star of the show in TUSD board candidates forum
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - She stood proudly at the podium, with focus, as she demanded an answer from those who sway her schooling."The issues that we're bringing up are important to us and should be answered," Adriana Noriega told Tucson News Now.The Cholla High School senior was vocal about w
Maricopa family victim of ‘swatting’ by Tucson student
When 17-year-old Nina Sarappo, a National Honors Society member and intern at Maricopa City Hall, answered the door of her Homestead residence Friday morning, she had no idea why a group of police officers were there, one with a plastic shield and one a beanbag shotgun.
State trooper injured in Apache Junction motorcycle accident
“The trooper, a motor officer, was injured when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a car on Ironwood Road, just south of the (U.S. Highway) 60 freeway,” SFMD Assistant Chief/Fire Marshal Richard Ochs said in a release.
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.
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.
Don't miss the Arizona Insect Festival this weekend
They pollinate our crops, help control pest population, provide nutrition for birds and fish and more.
Four arrested on multiple charges
Two of the men said they were gathering information to give the homeowner a landscaping bid, but the homeowner said she’d told the men the day before she didn’t need their services, the sergeant said.
Bernie Sanders to campaign in Tucson for David Garcia Tuesday
TUCSON, Ariz. - Senator Bernie Sanders will campaign with Democratic gubernatorial candidate David Garcia in Tempe and Tucson next week.The Vermont senator and former Democratic presidential candidate is scheduled for two events in Arizona Tuesday -- one at the University of Arizona in the morning,