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As election-night results continue to come in, it appears GOP candidate Doug Ducey move on to face Democrat Fred Duvall in the General Election.
Marana continues to grow and stay strong, Mayor Ed Honea stressed during the annual State of the Town event on Friday.
It’s been about a month now since the Pima County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to reallocate funds originally budgeted for District 1 roads to District 4 in the name of children’s safety.
There was a variety of desserts, appetizers and food choices for several hundred visitors to taste during the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance (SAACA) Celebrity Chef Showcase event on March 15.
District 1 Supervisor Ally Miller, of the Pima County Board of Supervisors, will be hosting three Town Hall meetings in March, with the first one scheduled for Thursday, March 13, at 6 p.m.
After a week of controversy, protests and debate, Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed SB 1062, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Wednesday night.
Petitions to recall Oro Valley Councilman Mike Zinkin were not submitted by the 5 p.m. deadline on Feb. 11.
Ariz. State Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal, along with leading educators from the Tucson region, spoke during a special breakfast hosted by the Marana Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 8.
The stage is now set - After Denver defeated the Patriots earlier today to win the AFC Championship, the Seattle Seahawks took care of business this afternoon to win the NFC Championship.
Peyton Manning is headed to his third super bowl after leading the Denver Broncos to a 26-16 victory over the New England Patriots.
Authorities are still investigating the cause of a two-car collision on La Cholla and Ina.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer reiterated her commitment to reorganizing the state’s Child Protective Services Division during the second round of delivering her State of the State address in Oro Valley Tuesday.
In an inner-district showdown Thursday night, the Ironwood Ridge Nighthawks got the job done against Canyon Del Oro, winning 42-14 after a big second half.
On September 3, 2013 Amphitheater Public Schools became aware of a situation involving a posting on a social media site that indicated Ironwood Ridge High School would be known in the next week.
Ariz. Sen. Jeff Flake was the guest speaker during the annual awards banquet hosted by the Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce on Thursday.
Officials for the Arizona Game and Fish Department are hiking Romero Canyon at Catalina State Park to search for evidence of an alleged mountain lion sighting that may have caused an 18-year-old man to fall.
Federal authorities have confirmed that the device found underneath a vehicle outside a vehicle in Marana is an explosive.
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department Bomb Squad unit is investigating a suspicious package at the Northwest Fire Station on Ina Road.
By a 2-to-1 margin, Marana voters approved the Home Rule Option in Tuesday's night's election. It was an all mail election for the second time.
In a plea for her life on Tuesday, convicted murderer Jodi Arias said if she is sentenced to life instead of death, she will make a positive impact on the prison system.
The trial that has gained international attention, grabbing the top headlines daily and showing a mixture of sex, deceit and murder, is now entering the final phase.
After allegations surfaced in March about an Ironwood Ridge High School marketing teacher having sex with a student, the Amphitheater School District placed him on administrative leave for five days.
It didn't take long for a jury on Wednesday to conclude that how Mesa resident Travis Alexander died in 2008, was indeed cruel.
In an op-ed in the New York Times, Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie revealed she had undergone a double mastectomy in order to prevent getting breast cancer in the future.
With reports coming out of the Obama Administration tapping phones of reporters with the Associated Press, to the Benghazi controversy that will not die, to now having the Internal Revenue Service admit they targeted conservatives during the 2010 elections, President Barak Obama has his plate full.
After a closed-door meeting with the judge on Thursday, the second phase of the Jodi Arias trial was abruptly canceled.
It's been more than 24 hours since three grown women and a 6-year-old child were rescued from a home in Cleveland where they were being held hostage.
It took just over 15 hours for a 12-member jury to find accused boyfriend killer, Jodi Arias, guilty of first-degree murder.
Congress has approved a bill that will end furloughs that have delayed hundreds of flights daily for air traffic controllers.
As promised, the National Rifle Association (NRA) rolled out a school safety plan Tuesday.
Earlier this week, the Arizona Senate passed a bill that would allow teachers, administrators, a custodian or cafeteria worker to be armed in some suburban schools to be armed.
With the unofficial election results flowing in for the Town of Marana's all-mail election.
Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, along with husband Mark Kelly, continue to make the rounds, urging Congress to pass a bill that would require universal background checks before purchasing a gun.
After being shot in an apparent road-rage incident, 22-year-old Joshua Stephen Switalski was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital Thursday night. A 21-year-old suspect is being held on first degree murder charges
Oro Valley Police Department spokeswoman Kara Riley said around 8 p.m. Thursday night a shooting occured near Oracle Road and First Avenue in Oro Valley.
Earlier today, after lengthy debate, the U.S. Houes of Representatives passed the Senate-passed version of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
With the pending sequester, or mandatory budget cuts slated to go into effect on March 1 if Congress doesn't act, the White House went to the public Monday, announcing what the cuts would mean to each state, including Arizona.
According to the White House document, the sequester's impact to Arizona will include:
While not quite the blizzard the National Weather Service predicted Tuesday afternoon, Wednesday's storm has brought snow to the entire Tucson region.
On Feb. 24, the long awaited Super Bowl of the movie season will be held as the Oscar’s will be hosted on ABC. This year’s Oscars have plenty of intrigue with some obvious snubs, but overall plenty of deserving nominations that should make for a competitive night.
The Pima Community College search for a new chancellor has been put on hold after one of the two finalists withdrew her name Friday.
Northwest fire crews responded to a three-car collision at the corner of Ina and Thornydale on Wednesday around 11:46 a.m.
A 22-year-old teacher's aide from Amphitheater High School was terminated on Tuesday after allegations of sexual misconduct with students was reported to the Tucson Police Department.
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department found 31-year-old Jared Ross inside a home on after a standoff late Thursday night.
Not that the gun debate really needed any more fuel, but President Barack Obama rolled out his plans for gun reform in a press conference Tuesday morning.
In observing the two-year anniversary that left six dead and 13 others injured in the Safeway parking lot on Ina Road, former U.S. Rep Gabrielle Giffords is no longer sitting on the sidelines.
In response to the massacre at a Newtown Conn. elementary school, Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is proposing a program that would train and arm one school official for every campus.
The Explorer’s annual Give to Win contest has come to an end with a lot of happy children receiving toys at the University Medical Center Children’s Diamond Center.
During every election, candidates claim they are running to help the middle class, improve their lives and decrease poverty. However, once elected, these candidates turned lawmakers show how they have short memories as they fight over what privileges to keep for the rich, and the fine print of approved laws and policy say nothing about that middle class they say is so important to our society, to our shaky economy.
In the wake of the Newtown Conn. elementary school shootings that claimed the lives of 26, including 20 children, local school administrators said they immediately began looking at their own safety procedures and policies.
Lauren Graff, of the University Medical Center Children’s Diamond Center, accepts a large donation from Explorer Publisher Ryan Kedzierski on Dec. 21.