Tucson Local Media Editor Thelma Grime talks city charter, the raytheon road expansion, downtown growth and more in the journalist roundtable.
Tucson Local Media photographer J.D. Fitzgerald, right, shoots a simulation gun in reaction to a situation during a training put on by the Pima County Sheriff’sDepartment. PCSD invited members of the media to their training center on South Rita Road to further their understanding of use of force protocols. Mediamembers were given a 90-minute lesson on the policies, ethics and laws regarding use of force. To read the full story and to watch the video, visit www.tucsonlocalmedia.com.
Arizona Game and Fish released 30 Bighorn Sheep in a 2-Day period into the Catalina Mountains as part of their efforts to restore the population.
We asked the community about their passion for football
We asked the community about No Shave November. It is a unique way to raise cancer awareness, with a goal of growing awareness by embracing hair, which many cancer patients lose, and letting it grow wild and freeGet involved: www.no-shave.org
We asked the community about Halloween!
We asked the community about the Ebola Virus.
We asked the community about their Fall Season plans
We asked students about the University of Arizona's football game against Cal.
Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath, D.D.S. gave his fifth State of the Town Address at the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort, September 12, 2014.“Oro Valley State of the Town is one of the community’s premier gatherings,” said Dave Perry, Chamber president and CEO. “It’s a moment to celebrate Oro Valley’s achievements, and to contemplate its very bright future.”
We asked the community about the coming floods and storms.
We did a father, son, son road trip from Tucson, Ariz., to stand on the highest point in Oklahoma.This is our journey.
We asked the community about the new school semester starting.
Kino CollegeEnroll today: http://www.kinocollege.com/
The Oro Valley Mayor Candidates Dr. Satish I. Hiremath, and Pat Straney debated on July 30 at the Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene.
The Oro Valley Councilmember Candidates Don Bristow, Joe Hornat, Mary Snider, and Lou Waters debated on July 30 at the Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene.
Oro Valley Police Department's PIO Kara Riley was called out by Tucson Police Department in an Icewater Challenge. The challenge is to be doused in icewater, or donated $100 to a charity of their choice.
We asked the community about the Monsoon Season.
We asked the community what word best describe's their fathers.
We asked the community how they deal with the summer heat.
We asked the community what they would do if they won the lottery.
We asked people in the community what their summer plans are.
We ask people in the community to describe their mothers in one word.
Surveillance video showing people being attacked while leaving the Palo Verde Bar and Grill on April 21, 2014.
About two months ago, I announced I would be leaving my position here at Tucson Local Media. Well, that time has come, and as the saying goes…
The Legislature has done its damage and gone home for the year, but there’s still some life left in the old Capitol these days. Diane Douglas,…
Construction on an exciting community amenity recently started in North Marana. Splash pad work is under way and our residents and visitors wi…
I am one of the fortunate ones to say I have. I have what I need to be happy. I have my children, my husband, friends family and a wonderful h…
My daughter wants her own cell phone. She’s in sixth grade. My husband and I have decided our kids aren’t getting phones until high school. Mo…
Canyon Del Oro High School’s Nicole Enos admits she was chasing a boy when she decided to join the school’s accomplished Academic Decathlon program as a sophomore.
The Arizona State Trust Land Department officially banned geocaching on their grounds last year, saying the outdoor recreation violates state policy against litter, according to Eric Schudiske, spokesman for Groundspeak, operators of the Geocaching website that provides a centralized repository of caches nationally.
There are big changes coming to the Ina Interchange and surrounding areas. On May 12, the Marana Town Council was briefed at a special meeting by representatives of ADOT, Psomas and the Wheat Design Group.
Oro Valley Police Department
Last Friday on May 15, Oro Valley Police Department responded to the Kohl's at Oracle and Suffolk in response to a report of shoplifting. The suspect pulled a knife on a Kohl's employee, who was not injured. OVPD patrol saturated the area but were unable to locate the suspect.
An Oro Valley man who was kicked off the town’s official Facebook page after posting critical comments about the town’s acquisition of the El Conquistador has filed a complaint with the American Civil Liberties Union, claiming a violation of his free speech rights.
Three days a week you will find Andy Morales at Rio Vista Elementary School. On the surface this would not seem like much of a big deal, after all he is the school’s physical education teacher, but Morales does not have any classes to teach. Technically, Morales is on summer vacation, but still comes out those three days a week to tend to various projects he has going on.
The Oro Valley Town Council has unanimously approved a general plan future land use amendment as related to a longstanding debate over a master planned community pertaining to 191 acres at the southwest and northwest corners of the La Cholla Boulevard and Naranja Drive intersection.
According to a study of the most recent FBI Crime Reports, Marana is safer than most places in Arizona.
It is hard not to come away impressed with the maturity of Nicholas Ochoa-Reyes. The Mountain View senior is one of those young men who has his head screwed on straight and has a plan. In fact, he has three plans.