In June 1956, KDWI went on air, making it Tucson’s third broadcast television station. Tucson rancher D.W. Ingram established the station in his name, hence the name KDWI. When H.U. Garrett bought the station in 1957 he changed the call sign to KGUN, reportedly because he was an avid antique…
KDWI was Tucson's third broadcast television station, going on air in June, 1956. Tucson rancher D.W. Ingram established the station in his name (initials DWI).
Tucson's KGUN-9 anchor takes beautiful photos, has a perfectly coiffed golden retriever, over-fleeks and knows his way around social media.
Beginning Monday, KWBA Channel 58 — known as CW Tucson — will begin broadcasting “Good Morning Tucson Extra” weekdays from 7 to 8 a.m.
KGUN Channel 9 anchor Jennifer Waddell signed off Friday, leaving for a morning anchor position in Nashville, Tenn. She had been with the station since 2005.
Former KVOA reporter filling in on KGUN's "The Morning Blend"
Will country music's superstar couple prevail or will new faces take the lead?
"Today" Show host Savannah Guthrie isn't the only ex-Tucson journalist to make a recent splash on network TV.
Curious about how TV and radio morning show hosts manage to get up so early - earlier than 2 a.m. in some cases -and appear so alert and happy? I polled them via email and over the phone to collect their wake-up secrets.
Shawn Florchak spent several months trying to win a scholarship
that didn't yet exist.
Liza Watts wasn't interested in trying out for "Wheel of
Fortune," when the Wheelmobile came to Tucson looking for
contestants last February.
Earlier this year, Congress took major steps to limit the way
banks can raise rates, change terms and profit from consumers who
use credit cards. Lawmakers should take similar action regarding
bank overdraft fees.
The Arizona Wildcats open the Arizona Fall Classic softball
tournament against Arizona Western at 4 p.m. today at Hillenbrand
Tu Nidito Children and Family Services benefited Saturday from a
Tucson Ladies Council fashion show — called The Fashion Show — that
more than 500 people attended.