Tucson Local Media Editor Thelma Grime talks city charter, the raytheon road expansion, downtown growth and more in the journalist roundtable.
Tucson Local Media photographer J.D. Fitzgerald, right, shoots a simulation gun in reaction to a situation during a training put on by the Pima County Sheriff’s
Arizona Game and Fish released 30 Bighorn Sheep in a 2-Day period into the Catalina Mountains as part of their efforts to restore the population.
We asked the community about their passion for football
We asked the community about No Shave November. It is a unique way to raise cancer awareness, with a goal of growing awareness by embracing hair, which many cancer patients lose, and letting it grow wild and free
We asked the community about Halloween!
We asked the community about the Ebola Virus.
We asked the community about their Fall Season plans
We asked students about the University of Arizona's football game against Cal.
Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath, D.D.S. gave his fifth State of the Town Address at the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort, September 12, 2014.
We asked the community about the coming floods and storms.
We did a father, son, son road trip from Tucson, Ariz., to stand on the highest point in Oklahoma.
We asked the community about the new school semester starting.
The Oro Valley Mayor Candidates Dr. Satish I. Hiremath, and Pat Straney debated on July 30 at the Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene.
The Oro Valley Councilmember Candidates Don Bristow, Joe Hornat, Mary Snider, and Lou Waters debated on July 30 at the Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene.
Residents of Oro Valley: Did you know there is a full-time staff member whose primary job it is to answer your questions and make sure your fe…
As humans, our relationship with water is undeniable.
Every year the Town of Marana and the Chamber of Commerce host a State of the Town luncheon to share with the community all that’s happening i…
Democracy can be messy and complicated. But in some circumstances—like right now in the Town of Oro Valley—democracy in action is a beautiful …
Over the weekend many of us saw protests break out at most large-city airports, such as JFK in New York City and San Francisco. The protesters…
The Ironwood Ridge High School students and alumni came together once again on Tuesday, May 9, to honor five members of the Nighthawk family whose significant contributions to the school have left an indelible mark on the school’s culture and the community at-large, earning each a spot in the Ironwood Ridge Nighthawk Hall of Fame.
Project to create four-lane parallel roadway east of 1-10
As part of its 40th anniversary celebration of Marana’s founding, the Marana Police Department will be wearing special badges that are replicas of the town’s original 1977 badge.
When Tucson resident Melissa Anderson underwent her first full knee replacement surgery in 2010, she said the painful rehabilitation process lasted three months. Roughly two months ago, Anderson received her second full knee replacement surgery, and it only took seven weeks be-fore the 65-year-old woman was out dancing and riding a recombant bicycle with her husband, John.
(StatePoint) While you may take healthy eyes for granted, it’s important to know that as you age, you become more susceptible to conditions that can impair your vision. The effects of vision loss can be devastating, harming one’s quality of life and independence.
(StatePoint) When constantly struggling to juggle the unending daily responsibilities of both work and family life, trying to squeeze in time to exercise can be a daunting task.
Marana will be a busy place in 2017 from a development standpoint. There are a number of big projects in every section of the town. Some are town projects, while many others are being undertaken by the private sector, including a number of new businesses coming to the region.
Despite vocal opposition, the Marana Town Council approved the rezoning of a 103.2 acre portion the Lazy K Bar Ranch property opening the way for a 178 unit housing development.
Executives from Living Care Lifestyles were joined by Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath and representatives of town government, the local chamber of commerce and development and design partners last week to celebrate the groundbreaking of a new assisted living and memory care community in Oro Valley.
If you know kids in elementary school, chances are they are obsessed with the video game Minecraft. But unless they attend Gladden Farms or Quail Run Elementary, they are not getting school credit for playing the game.