- Local, Regional and National coverage.
- Real-time breaking news alerts so you can follow stories as they happen.
- Deep weather forecast information.
- Contribute your stories, images and video to TucsonNewsNow by uploading directly from your mobile device.
- Side menu tray navigation for quick access to the news you need.
- Live Streaming support on 4.x devices (Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean)
- Universal app for phone and tablet devices (tablets include multi-pane reading).
CBS (KOLD 13) and Fox (KMSB 11) affiliates also serving Nogales, Sierra Vista, Douglas, Bisbee, Green Valley, Ajo, Sells, Vail, Oro Valley, Willcox, Benson, Sahuarita, Oracle, Sonita, Corona de Tucson, Marana, Ft. Huachuca, Patagonia, Elgin, Catalina, Rio Rico, Tubac and Naco.
App features include:
-The latest weather forecast from the KGUN 9 First Warning Weather team with Chief Meteorologist Erin Christiansen, April Madison and Aaron Brackett.
-All the latest You Ask, We Investigate coverage, plus 9 On Your Side Viewer's Voice, Border Watch, Immigration Watch, Education Watch and Consumer Watch news
-Local and state politics and government
-Sports information on your favorite teams with Sports Director Jason Barr and Kayla Anderson
-Videos from our latest newscasts, as well as web exclusive videos
-Traffic updates for your commute
-Morning Blend video features with Ann Lauricello and Amanda Guralski
-Station contests and promotions
-A quick and easy way to submit your photos and videos to our station via iContribute
Plus, you can easily share this content and connect to your friends and family using the Facebook feature on our app!
Share content by email, text, Twitter or Facebook from KCWY. Whether it’s severe weather or the latest local news, the KCWY app for iPhone keeps you in-the-know while you’re on-the-go!
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We have kept this app small and light which means that it loads quickly to bring you easy access to headlines from around Arizona. Covering the whole state including Phoenix, Tucson, Scottsdale, Mesa, Sedona, Flagstaff
- Local feed of stories and articles
- Ability to easily share your favorite articles across platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and through Email.
- Get summaries before reading the full article
- Enjoy beautiful visual cards that display images from each story
This app aggregates from local news, weather, sports, newspapers, articles, networks, and channels
You’ll get all the in-depth reporting, analysis and commentary from the Arizona Daily Sun, along with interactive photo galleries, videos and more.
Save your favorite stories for offline browsing. Share stories, photos and videos with friends by e-mail or connect via e-mail, Facebook or Twitter.
In latest news, you’ll get instant updates on breaking stories. You’ll discover our in-depth political coverage, commentary and our watchdog journalism. Plus you’ll be able to browse and save your works from your favorite columnists.
In entertainment, you’ll get the latest information on concerts, movies, restaurants and things to do.
Our sports section will provide you with the scoops, insights and best coverage around for your favorite local teams.
And, you can get your 7-day local weather forecast to plan your week.
Have something to say? Share your thoughts by commenting on stories.
* Daily coverage from the Star staff
* Breaking news, including game updates
* Pre-game and post-game analysis
* Photo galleries, feature stories, video
* Standings, scoreboards and schedules
There are writing workshops and competitions, panel presentations, live cooking demonstrations, exhibits, children's activities, storytelling, artists, musicians, and a literary-themed circus show. Local restaurants spice up the food offerings.
This app is your mobile companion to the Festival. It includes profiles of the 450 participating authors and presenters, and a complete guide to times and locations of the Festival's events. Meet your favorite best-selling author or get tips on how to break into the business yourself - there truly is something for all readers, of all ages.
You'll also have a pocket guide to the 200-plus exhibitors and sponsors, along with access to latest Festival news (such as last-minute schedule changes).
The 2015 Tucson Festival of Books takes place March 14 and 15 on the University of Arizona campus in Tucson. Admission and parking are free. Sponsors of the Festival include the Arizona Daily Star, the University of Arizona and the University Medical Center.
The sixth annual Tucson Festival of Books in 2014 attracted 130,000 visitors. The Festival has raised $1,050,000 to support literacy programs in Southern Arizona.