The weather will change a bit from the past few days. Take a look.
Republican Congressman-elect Juan Ciscomani, who will represent a large part of Tucson, also has priorities including the economy and health-care access.
Undefeated Sahuaro kept rolling with a thorough 95-7 win over the home standing Jaguars, December 2, 2022, Tucson, Ariz.
New drone footage of the shipping containers at the Arizona border in the Coronado National Forest. The barrier has expanded to 3.25 miles. Video courtesy of Sky Island Alliance
From raising chickens back in the day to caring for cattle on 38,000 acres and 52 pastures, this family ranch always prioritized sustainability.
As the holidays loom, three respiratory illnesses are hitting the state and public health officials say now is the very best time for Arizonans to get vaccinated in order to be best protected come time for family gatherings. “There is no time better than now to get vaccinated,” Eugene Livar, Director of Public Health Preparedness […]
The post Health officials urge vaccinations for flu and COVID-19 ahead of holiday gatherings appeared first on Arizona Mirror.
Scottsdale police say two schools under lockdown because of reports of an armed person have been given the all clear and all students are safe. Cave Creek Unified School District officials say a Cactus Shadows High School student told a school resource officer Friday just before 8 a.m. that he saw someone with a handgun. The officer immediately put the campus on lockdown. A neighboring elementary school was also locked down. Scottsdale police officers searched for more than two hours. They did not find a suspicious person. The district is allowing parents to pick up students who want to go home. School counselors and psychologists will be made available.
One of the men who showed up with zip-ties to confront the principal of a Vail Elementary School over COVID-19 protocols was sentenced to serve 30 days in jail on Wednesday.
Corrections officers were in the process of serving paperwork to an inmate when he reportedly attacked them.
Authorities said he kidnapped girl as she walked to school in Douglas.
On Tuesday, the 36-year-old man was sentenced to 15 years in prison followed by five years of supervised release for selling pills that led to the overdose of a woman.
In a letter Sunday responding to the state Attorney General's Office, county elections officials reject claims some ballots were mishandled on Election Day.
Counties in Arizona have until Nov. 28 to certify their portion of the state’s election results before the secretary of state can approve the statewide canvass.
For Star subscribers: When Cochise County supervisors say they're doing their own research, you know a new conspiracy theory has hit the right-wing echo chamber.