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Our directory has compiled a full list of local news stations and organizations. We have included the address, phone number, website, and driving directions of each station in the region. When you need to report on a story, learn about upcoming events, or simply want to catch up on the latest news in your community, we make finding the information easier than ever before.

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Arizona Daily Star
Arizona Daily Star

4850 S Park Ave
Tucson, AZ 85714   Directions

(520) 573-4142


Former Tucsonan and wife streaming classical music recital to get our minds off coronavirus
03/27/2020 1:00pm

Pianist Christopher Cano and his wife, mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnson Cano, go live at 2 p.m. Friday, March 27.

Greg Hansen: Arizona softball team's troubles fly away with trip to WCWS
05/27/2019 1:45am

After dominating the sport for two decades, Wildcats are making first trip to Oklahoma City since 2010.

Arizona Wildcats' parade of free-throw shooters holds off host UConn
12/02/2018 5:30pm

UA hits 13 of 14 from line down the stretch to beat Huskies 76-72 in Hartford.

Steller column: After indictment, we owe the parents of Isabel Celis an apology
09/19/2018 9:30pm

Everyone from Tucson police investigators, to TV experts, to local speculators suspected Sergio and Becky Celis. We were wrong.

Steller column: Sex-trafficking conspiracy catches fire despite lack of evidence
06/07/2018 10:30pm

Militias, pizzagate and border worries help fire a conspiracy theory bringing fringe activists to Tucson.

Arizona Daily Wildcat
Arizona Daily Wildcat

615 N Park Ave
Tucson, AZ 85721   Directions

(520) 621-3551



7280 E Rosewood St
Tucson, AZ 85710   Directions

(520) 722-5486



1423 E University Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85721   Directions

(520) 621-5828


Tucson News Now
Tucson News Now

7831 N Business Park Dr
Tucson, AZ 85743   Directions

(520) 744-1313


Tucson Weekly
Tucson Weekly

7225 Mona Lisa Rd
Tucson, AZ 85741   Directions

(520) 797-4384


Tucson Federal Credit Union supporting local COVID-19 relief efforts with $65,000 donation
04/08/2020 12:28pm

Four nonprofits in Tucson working to provide aid to those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic received a leg-up today after Tucson Federal Credit Union made thousands of dollars in donations to their efforts.The impact of COVID-19 will have long-term physical, mental and emotional effects on many members of our community, said Tucson Federal Credit Union President and CEO Susan Stansberry.

Romero: Tucson Restaurants Can Now Operate as Pop-Up Grocery Stores
04/08/2020 11:51am

With local eateries pushed to the edge by stay-at-home orders that limit their service to take out and delivery during the COVID-19 outbreak, Tucson Mayor Regina Romero announced today that restaurants can operate as pop-up grocery stores and start selling packaged food, fresh produce, paper goods and cleaning supplies to customers without asking for changes to their certificates of occupancy that allow them to operate.The announcement comes on the heels of Gov. Doug Duceys executive order yesterday allowing restaurants to begin selling supplies normally labeled not for resale.Our restaurant community is at the heart of Tucsons cultural, social, and economic fabric, said Romero in a prepared statement. I encourage all Tucsonans to continue rallying around our restaurants by ordering takeout, purchasing gift cards, and now, by visiting them for their grocery needs. The new policy will be reassessed every two weeks, according to Romeros office.The decision to allow retail sales was developed in partnership with the Tucson City of Gastronomy Board of Directors.

Your Southern AZ Coronavirus AM Update: State's Confirmed Cases Rise to 2,726; 80 Now Dead After Contracting Bug; Ducey's New Exec Orders
04/08/2020 11:03am

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Arizona had reached 2,726 as of Wednesday, April 8, according to the morning report from the Arizona Department of Health Services. Pima County had seen 464 of the states confirmed cases. The coronavirus had killed 80 people statewide, including 15 in Pima County, according to the state and county health departments. In Maricopa County, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases had risen to 1,559. The state remains under Gov. Doug Duceys stay-at-home order that has closed a wide number of non-essential businesses, including many retail stores, barbershops, salons, and swap meets.

Your Southern AZ Coronavirus PM Update for Tuesday, April 7: Quarantine for Some Visitors to the State; AZ May Be MLB's Temporary Home; High School Seniors Reflect on a Year Without Normal Graduation; Confirmed Cases in State Rise to 2,575
04/07/2020 7:01pm

Here are the stories The Range has been following today: Pima County had 415 of the states 2,575 confirmed COVID-19 cases of Tuesday, April 7, according to the morning report from the Arizona Department of Health Services.

Criminal Justice Advocates Call for Health Inspections of State Prisons
04/07/2020 6:24pm

A coalition of state and nationwide criminal justice reform organizations have called for the Arizona Department of Health Services to perform health inspections in all state prisons, as the risk for the spread of COVID-19 grows each day. The group consists of the Arizona Office of American Friends Service Committee, the American Civil Liberties Union, Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice, the Cree Project, the William E. Morris Institute for Justice, FAMM, the Prison Law Office, FWD.us and more. In a letter to DHS Director Dr. Cara Christ, they urged her and other health officials to make sure that Center for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines are being followed consistently inside prisons.

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