- 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.
Listen to over 5,000 scanner radio stations including over 4,000 from RadioReference.
"I have both Emergency Radio and this one, I have to say the "clarity" is better on this one." — kc7zja
"WooHoo! This app has the best directory and interface of all the iTunes scanner apps (and I own them all)." — em.z
"Loads Fast and sorry to say it's better than Emergency Radio and Police Scan" — Swayington
Enhanced with select Canadian scanner feeds from Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario!
✔ Includes the free SHOUTcast™ Scanner Directory, with over 100 stations.
✔ Includes the largest selection of scanners form RadioReference.
✔ Background Play, background browsing of station web sites and background e-mail of station links.
✔ Supports full-multitasking with background Play
✔ Includes Fire, Police and EMS stations in MP3 format.
✔ Allows users to select from nearby audio streams by US State and County.
✔ You can share with your friends the iTunes and Radio links to a station stream using your iPad Mail application.
✔ You can post your favorite links directly to Twitter and Facebook: tell your friends what scanner radio station you're listening to, "live", without stopping your audio to invoke an external social client!
★ For a complete UP-TO-DATE list of scanner radio streams, see:
A small sample of the over 4,000+ emergency frequencies currently available (as of January 2011):
- Atlanta Police
- Boulder Sheriff, Fire
- Cape Cod Police, Fire, Coast Guard
- Cedar Rapids Police, Fire, EMS
- Chicago Police, Fire
- Columbus Police, Fire, EMS
- Contra Costa Fire, Sheriff
- Dallas Police, Fire
- Denver Police, Fire, Airport
- Detroit Police, Fire
- Edmonton (CA) Fire
- Flagstaff Police
- Flint Police, Fire
- Fresno Police, EMSS
- Grand Canyon National Park Service
- Hartford Police, Fire
- Hawaii Police
- Houston Police, Fire
- Indianapolis Police, Fire
- Kennedy Space Center Communications
- Las Vegas Police, Fire
- Los Angeles County Police, Sheriff, Fire, EMS
- Massachusetts State Patrol
- Memphis Police, Fire
- Miami Police, Fire
- Mobile Fire, Rescue
- Monterey Police, Fire
- New Jersey State Police
- New Orleans Fire
- New York Fire, Police
- Oakland Police
- Oklahoma City Fire
- Orange County Fire
- Palm Beach Fire, Sheriff
- Philadelphia Police, Fire
- Phoenix Police, Fire
- Pittsburgh Fire
- Portland Police
- Raleigh Fire, EMS
- Reno Police, Fire
- Riverside CHP, Fire, Police, Sheriff
- San Bernardino Police, Fire, EMS
- Saskatchewan RCMP
- San Diego Police, Fire, EMS
- San Jose Police, Fire
- Santa Clara Fire, Police
- Santa Cruz Fire
- Seattle Police, Fire, EMS
- Sedona Fire
- South Carolina Highway Patrol
- St. Louis Police, Fire, EMS
- Tampa Police, Fire
- Tucson Police, Fire, EMS
- Vancouver (CA) Fire
- Ventura Fire, Police
- Waterloo (CA) Police
- Yellowstone Sheriff, Fire
★★★★★ Available streams are subject to change at any time. Intersect World LLC and RadioReference do not own or operate any of the scanners. All scanner radio content is provided freely by third parties. ★★★★★
In addition to the latest news headlines, you'll also get...
- Live streaming video on the iPhone of 3TV newscasts, breaking news, and special events
- Live Traffic Cams from across the Valley
- Interactive Gas Prices from thousands of Arizona stations
- Daily Horoscopes, Trivia, and Photo Slideshows
- Entertainment Headlines & Photos
- Strange & Bizarre News from around the world
- Entertainment Headlines & Photos
- Three live, streaming radio channels:
*Today's Top Hits
*Big Sky Country
- A direct connection to the 3TV Newsdesk for your pics & tips
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* 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.