If rain severe, they urge residents to stay home.
Closure depends on flooding and road conditions; go to www.arizona.edu
Bicyclist wearing helmet; serious but not life-threatening injuries.
Hopes the heavy rain doesn't lead to catastrophic floods.
Marana district cancels after-school activities Wednesday.
Victim, 72, dies at University of Arizona Medical Center.
Oro Valley Police link 26-year-old man to numerous car burglaries.
Tucson in 100 Objects is now a free magazine app for tablets.
Records could fall during the next several days.
PHOENIX — Republicans may try to block independents from participating in future party primaries after their turnout in last month’s election.
TUSD Governing Board candidates continue to sound off on educational issues as part of their bids for seats in Tucson’s largest school district.
Ex-agent says ATF did not protect his family after he infiltrated biker gang.
Michael Hicks and Debe Campos-Fleenor address allegations.
The cause of the derailment isn't immediately known, but weather is suspected.
Kiyana Higgins is accused of child abuse and first-degree murder.
Releasing information about cellphone traffic jeopardizes national security, city says.
Thirty nine cars derailed from a Union Pacific train, possibly toppled by a strong microburst.
Tropical storm Odile moves north, heavy rain projected for Wednesday.
Doulas work with new moms who need help.
Back-to-back tropical storms rare for this region.
The TALON laser-guided rocket kits will be produced in Tucson.
Education news from Southern Arizona schools.
An explosion and fire in the grain elevator on Sunday injured four workers.
The Weather Channel's meteorologist Jim Cantore is in Tucson chasing the impacts of tropical storm Odile.
Check out these photos of Tucson sunsets submitted by Star readers.
A story on Page D1 Sunday (“City-based Commerce Bank hits rating cellar”) misidentified the bank acquisition for which Commerce Bank of Arizo…
The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted.
Signals the Fed sends this week may move the financial markets.
Tucson police radar vans are snapping photos at these locations today: