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In the south-central area of Arizona, the town of Marana is located. While the 2010 census lists the population as over 34,000 people, it is considered the fourth fastest-growing cities in the state. The city's name comes from the Spanish word for "thicket." The Marana Airfield trained about 10,000 pilots during World War II, making it one of the largest pilot training centers in the world. Also, the city became the host of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, a PGA Tour event, back in 2007. While Henrick Stenson won the inaugural event, Tiger Woods won it the following year.

Population: 34961
Local Newspapers: Arizona Daily Star
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Wildcats (NCAA) Tucson Padres (AAA baseball)
Local Colleges: University of Arizona

Zip Codes associated with marana, arizona: 85653
Towns/Cities near marana, arizona : Oro Valley Casas Adobes Picture Rocks Arva Valley Tortolita Flowing Wels Tucson

Marana News
Marana crossing guard arrested for sexual exploitation

The Pima County Sheriffs' Department says 60-year-old Billy Cruz was charged Friday with five counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. The department says the National center for Missing & Exploited Children tipped them about "disturbing images" being uploaded from a Google account in Pima County.

PD: Man arrested for stealing "Yoda" decorations

According to the Marana Police Department, on Saturday, Dec. 9, officers were flagged down while on patrol in the Gladden Farms neighborhood. After the homeowner provided officers with a description of the suspect's vehicle, officers located a car that matched the description near Interstate 10 and Tangerine Road.

Marana mom accused of stabbing toddler

MARANA, AZ - A Marana woman has been accused of stabbing her young son, city police said. The Marana Police Department said Kay Kunes, 42, has been charged with one count of attempted first-degree murder.

Marana Police: Woman Accused of Stabbing, Wounding Young Son

Authorities in southern Arizona say a woman has been arrested in connection with the stabbing of her young son last month.

Arizona inmate walks away from work crew near Safford

According to a news release from the Marana Unified School District, the school's administration contacted the Pima County Sheriff's Department after parents notified the school of "an image of a gun and a shooting, which was possibly circulating on social media." According to a news release from the Marana Unified School District, the school's administration Here you can find useful examples and description about searching the news archive.

Police deem graffiti threat unsubstantiated, Marana school on regular schedule

MARANA, AZ - Marana Unified School District officials say police were unable to substantiate a threat found in graffiti, so Marana Middle School is on regular schedule on Tuesday, Dec. 5. There will be additional resource officers from the Marana Police Department and additional MUSD School Safety Support presence. The graffiti was found with inappropriate images and statements written in two bathrooms at the school.

Paving work on Tangerine to cause delays

MARANA, AZ - There will be more delays for people driving in Marana on Monday, Dec. 4. Construction crews will doing some paving working work on West Tangerine Road from West Twin Peaks to North Thornydale roads. Marana officials are asking drivers to avoid that area all day.

Southern Az Dui Task Force calls for a safe holiday season

TUCSON, AZ - At the rate drivers in Arizona are going, the state is on pace to reach 1,000 deaths on streets and highways in 2017. Director of the Governor's Office of Highway Safety Alberto Gutier shared that stat with members of the Southern Arizona DUI Task Force Friday, Dec. 1. It would be an increase from last year.

Keep Christmas tree critters out of your home this holiday

TUCSON, AZ - Do you know what you're bringing into your home this Christmas? For those buying that real tree it could be an infestation. It's that time of the year to brush up and clean up.

Arizona Guard Contests Army's Order to Give Up Apaches, Report Says

Two Boeing Apache AH-64Ds stage at the arming point at Silverbell Army Heliport. Photo by Sgt.

Crews clean up after drums of motor oil dumped

TUCSON, AZ - The Northwest Fire Department said crews are cleaning up an oil spill after someone dumped a couple of 250 gallon drums of motor oil in northwest Tucson. The drums are near Cortaro and Cerius Stravenue.

MPD reveals details of internal investigation

Marana police are conducting an internal investigation that led to the firing of one officer and the resignation of three others. TUCSON - The Marana Police Department revealed details Friday about its internal investigation for computer tampering.

Thanksgiving shoppers calm, comfortable hunting for deals

TUCSON, AZ - Thanksgiving dinner plans take a detour when it comes to a good deal. Shoppers were out, with their wallets out, at the Tucson Premium Outlets in Marana Thursday night, Nov. 23. But any signs of chaotic holiday shopping were muted, just as the shoppers had hoped.

Shifting Gears

Pima County District 4 Supervisor Steve Christy talking to Marana Chamber of Commerce members about his proposed "Just Fix The Roads" plan. County Administrator Chuck Huckleberry has a new plan to hike the local sales tax to fix Pima County's deteriorating roads, but the success of that plan will hinge on persuading state lawmakers to allow the Pima County Board of Supervisors to approve a sales tax with less than unanimous approval.

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