Ryan Fish, KGUN9 On Your Side

Ryan Fish

KGUN9 On Your Side

Tucson, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Ryan:

Winds of Change: Cold, rain and snow

Colder air is on the way. On Monday, we'll see chances for showers and thunderstorms, plus several inches of snow in the mountains. → Read More

Trident Grill prepares for Super Bowl blitz

On Super Bowl Sunday, Tucson sports bars are rooting for filled seats and four hours of food and beer orders. → Read More

Tucson's 'Chiefs Kingdom' grows, gives back ahead of Super Bowl LVII

Dozens of Tucson Chiefs fans meet every game day at Craft Republic to back their team and their community. On Sunday, one will get to go to the Super Bowl. → Read More

Coffee Times brewing up local support to compete with big chains

Coffee Times co-owner Jeremy Cripps doesn't fear another coffee option just 100 feet away. He's welcoming the new neighbors, while appreciating his loyal customers. → Read More

Fire destroys decades of Arizona movie history inside Three Points home

Longtime Western actor "Red Cloud" Wolverton and his wife Margery narrowly escaped the fire. Now they are trying to process losing a lifetime of memories. → Read More

There's little rest for Tucson's family restaurants

The hard work has been passed down through multiple generations at Gus Balon's and Luke's Italian Beef. → Read More

Christmas Day forecast: Merry and Bright

Southern Arizona will be sunny and warm on Christmas Day, with highs in the 70s around the Tucson area. → Read More

Young Wildcats need Kerr Kriisa’s 'fire' more than ever

On an Arizona team of talented but soft-spoken players, Kerr Kriisa stands out. The spirited point guard will need to be an even bigger leader on and off the court this year. → Read More

Latin American students finding a home at UArizona

Students from abroad say they feel at home within the University of Arizona's small, tightly-knit department. → Read More

Future Latin American leaders using Tucson as their training ground

The University of Arizona is empowering young women from across Latin America by bringing them to Tucson. → Read More

Tucson street "takeovers" kick into higher gear as law enforcement teams up

So-called “car meet-ups” or “side-shows” are happening more often in Tucson this year, according to law enforcement. → Read More

Should Vail be incorporated?

The community southeast of Tucson is unincorporated, but there's a renewed push to make it a town or city. That would mean more autonomy, but also more taxes and government. → Read More

Houghton Road project aims for more lanes, better drainage by end of December

Pima County is re-shaping South Houghton Road to better handle the flow of cars and monsoon floodwater. → Read More

Arizona Football's opener at SDSU features new stadium and former UA commit

Braxton Burmeister committed to play for the Wildcats twice as a high school player. Now he'll face them playing for his hometown team at San Diego State. → Read More

At Southern Arizona horse rescue, volunteers find harmony and community

Horse’n Around is not only a sanctuary for the horses, but also for the volunteers who spend time taking care of them. → Read More

CBP: Teenagers smuggling migrants into U.S. after social media recruitment

Amid a surge in CBP border encounters, the agency says smugglers as young as 14 are getting caught behind the wheel. CBP is tracking a social media recruitment campaign in the Phoenix area. → Read More

Horse rescue feeling inflation strain with higher costs, more horses

Inflation isn’t just affecting people; it’s making it harder for some families to care for their animals. → Read More

Sugar Skulls' coach, QB prepare to take on their former team

Head coach Dixie Wooten and MVP candidate quarterback Daquan Neal are no strangers to the Iowa Barnstormers. → Read More

Tucson Fire Department taking on more recruits to fill staffing shortages

Tucson Fire Department chief Chuck Ryan says staffing shortages are the department's biggest challenge right now. → Read More

LIVE UPDATES: Kitt Peak evacuated due to Contreras Fire burning in Baboquivari Mountains

The fire grew to 6,662 acres Wednesday, state route 386 is closed. Donations of water and snacks for firefighters are being accepted at the Sasabe Firestation. → Read More