A traffic accident diverted traffic on Tucson's southeast side late Wednesday night.
A 12-inch water main break is causing traffic disruptions at the intersection of North Swan Road and East Camp Lowell Drive. Motorists are being advised to avoid the intersection for the next six hours, Tucson Water officials said.
A woman was killed Wednesday and another person was taken to a hospital following a fiery crash in midtown Tucson.
An olive branch recently extended to West University residents by the new owners of a massive student housing project near North Fourth Avenue that quickly gained a reputation for loud parties has been rejected.
A 21-year-old man hit by a car on Tucson’s south side Monday died Thursday afternoon.
Man charged in death of homeless woman
The dead mountain lion was discovered by a Saguaro National Park ranger on Picture Rocks Road. A park spokeswoman said officials had no leads as to who was responsible but urged people to slow down while driving through the park. The animal was described as "a fairly healthy adult cat."
A mountain lion was killed Thursday morning on Picture Rocks Road in Saguaro National Park West, park officials said.
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A midtown street will be closed for two weeks while crews from Tucson Water repair a segment of pipeline.
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A Tucson man who killed a pedestrian while racing down South Sixth Avenue was ordered Wednesday to sell his car, placed on four years' probation and given 100 days in jail.
Parents hike in, some from a mile or more away, on West Cortaro Farms Road in order to pick up their children at Legacy Traditional School.
Cars come to a standstill on Cortaro Farms Road while parents wait to pick up students at Legacy Traditional School
A triple whammy of increased enrollment, inadequate parking and road construction is making it tough for parents to drop off their children and pick them up at a northwest-side charter school.
The University-Euclid intersection will be closed beginning next week for streetcar construction as workers lay track along University Boulevard. Crews plan to finish before most UA students begin returning to school.
Barricade signs are ready to be put in place along Broadway for the work on a sewer line that crosses under Broadway between Church and Stone.
Streetcar construction already limits traffic through the intersection of University and Euclid, but traffic will be blocked off beginning next week. The plan is to finish the work before the bulk of UA students return to the area Aug. 15-18.
Businesses are open along University Boulevard despite fences that put streets off-limits due to the construction.