To honor the memory of the 19 Arizona wildlands firefighters who died in the Yarnell Hill Fire, 10 members of the Ironwood Hotshots will raise funds by running in a special event in Sunday’s Tucson Marathon.
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.
The teenage boy driving this car was killed when the vehicle hit a wall on the Twin Peaks Road bridge over Interstate 10 on Wednesday afternoon. A passenger in the car was seriously hurt.
A 66-year-old woman accidentally drove her car into a northwest side cleaners Wednesday night, authorities said.
A man mowing his lawn and his dog were stung several times by bees on Tucson’s northwest side.
A fundraiser for the family of a firefighter who died in in the Yarnell Fire near Prescott is set for Friday at Culver's restaurant on the northwest side.
Several firefighters from the Tucson area are in Prescott and Yarnell lending assistance in the aftermath of Sunday's mass casualties.
A curling iron left plugged in on a couch for hours caused a fire to break out and damage a northwest-side mobile home Sunday.
A fire caused $140,000 in damage to a townhouse early Monday on the northwest side.
Northwest and Tucson firefighters battled four brush fires Thursday that were set along the Rillito River.
Michael J. Brandt, who has served as Northwest Fire District's interim chief since Oct. 6, will have the label removed Tuesday, when he will sign a two-year contract to serve as chief.
A deputy was involved in a shooting outside a Walgreens on the northwest-side Wednesday night.
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Two Northwest Fire District crews tried to rescue the resident of the mobile home, but he died in the blaze.
A 50-year-old man died early Tuesday in a northwest-side mobile-home fire sparked by a cigarette.
Bees swarmed a northwest-side neighborhood for several hours Thursday morning, sending two people to a hospital with stings.
A 56-year-old woman was injured in a rollover on westbound Interstate 10 between the Tangerine Road and Marana exits Thursday night, authorities said.