The driver missed a turn and got stuck on the tracks.
Man suffers critical, life-threatening injuries.
A brush fire destroyed a house and several sheds in the community of Oracle on Thursday afternoon, officials said.
A 34-year-old man reportedly wearing headphones was struck and killed by a train Tuesday on the northwest side.
A 38-year-old man suffered smoke inhalation and was in stable condition at a hospital after evacuating pets from his burning mobile home Wednesday.
Two teens hiking down a mountain in Marana were stung by bees and rescued Friday night by Northwest Fire District firefighters.
Northwest Fire District paramedics were responding to three crashes — all with injuries — northwest of the city Friday.
A fire destroyed a workshop — containing flammable liquids and pressurized gas cylinders — on the city's north side Thursday morning.
A fire destroyed a mobile home on Tucson's northwest side Friday night.
An 8-year-old boy riding a bicycle on the northwest side was struck in a hit-and-run Thursday.
A motorcyclist who crashed with a car in Marana over the weekend died Monday, authorities reported.
A motorcyclist lost control and went off the road at Gates Pass Thursday sustaining critical injuries, authorities said.
After undergoing labor for 24-hours, Roxanne Warneke gave birth Thursday to a healthy daughter.
Jester, a retired black Labrador retriever that aided Northwest Fire District firefighters in arson investigations, died last week of natural causes.
An elderly couple escaped injury Tuesday night after they got out of their car, which was struck by a train on the railroad tracks at West Ina Road.
A car and bus collided in a bus lane at Estes Elementary School in Marana at the end of the school day Thursday, but no one suffered serious injuries, authorities said.
A 66-year-old woman accidentally drove her car into a northwest side cleaners Wednesday night, authorities said.
A monsoon storm pounded Tucson's northwest side, flooding a Safeway supermarket after two storm pipes on the roof burst.
Three employees from a Marana McDonald’s who were taken to the hospital Sunday to be treated for heat-related symptoms after working in a kitchen with no air conditioning have been released.
A fire caused $140,000 in damage to a townhouse early Monday on the northwest side.