Natalie Tarangioli, KGUN9 On Your Side

Natalie Tarangioli

KGUN9 On Your Side

Tucson, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Natalie:

2019 was a big year for big businesses in southern Arizona

Tucson closed out the decade with a streak of companies relocating to the Old Pueblo. → Read More

Why Southern Arizona wildlife looks forward to monsoon

The hot, dry days in the desert are tough on Southern Arizona wildlife. The months leading up to monsoon are the hardest on animals. → Read More

New UA EMS degree program to teach leadership skills

It's one of just a few programs nationwide administered through a clinical department. → Read More

Tucson boy with rare, painful skin condition gets surprise donation

Elijah Henshaw may be too young to know it, but he's inspiring people well beyond Tucson. → Read More

PD: Grant and Alvernon collision turns deadly

Tucson Police say a collision involving a motorcycle and car has turned deadly. → Read More

Can you re-grow a broken bone? That's what these university researchers are doing

Researchers at the University of Arizona believe they've found a new way to re-grow broken bones. With a recent $2.2 million grant from the Department of Defense, they hope to use the development to help injured veterans. → Read More

FBI: How criminals are scamming you online

These days, a lot of us love the convenience of doing things online, especially during the holidays. But if you're not careful, you could become a scam victim. → Read More

East side church cancels Sunday services to serve community

About 1,000 members volunteers their morning at charities and organizations including Gospel Rescue Mission and GAP Ministries. → Read More

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild won't seek third term

TUCSON, Ariz. - Jonathan Rothschild will not be running for another term as Tucson mayor, a spokesperson from his office confirmed Saturday. Mayor Rothschild, a Tucson native, was first elected in 2011. Tucson's mayoral election is Nov. 5, 2019. → Read More

Eight years after Brian Terry's death, family still seeking justice

Saturday marks eight years since Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was shot and killed in a remote area near Rio Rico. → Read More

Celebration of Life for fallen US Deputy Marshal Chase White

Family, friends and fellow officers celebrated the life of fallen US Deputy Marshal Chase White at a memorial service Friday at the Tucson Convention Center. → Read More

Operation Safe Treat checks on registered sex offenders on Halloween

The U.S. Marshals Service were out in Tucson on Halloween Night for Operation Safe Treat 2018. → Read More

Free program available in Tucson for parents of children with autism

Stepping Stones is a free nine-session program through the University of Arizona Pima County Cooperative Extension. The sessions focus on communication, problem-solving, and self-care for parents. → Read More

Railroad tracks in Marana reopen following derailment

The I-10 frontage road is closed between Twin peaks and Avra Valley Rd due to a train derailment and flooding. → Read More

U.S.- China trade war may affect Southern Arizona pecan industry

A trade war between the United States and China could have a big impact on Southern Arizona's pecan industry. → Read More

Family confirms body found in river is 2-year-old Ramon Angel Reyes-Chavez

The body of a juvenile was found in the canyon as a manhunt continues, according to police. → Read More

Man wanted in disappearance, possible homicide of 2-year-old in California

Police are looking for a man wanted for the disappearance and possible homicide in connection with a two-year-old near Bakersfield, California. → Read More

L.A. County Coroner: ID of third body found in Burbank could take a week

The Los Angeles County Coroner's Office confirmed that the two brothers found dead inside of a car in Burbank suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the head and have ruled their deaths a homicide. → Read More

Earth Day Extravaganza at Kern Federal Credit Union

The Kern Federal Credit Union is hosting an Earth Day Extravaganza on Saturday. → Read More

Great American Cleanup happening at Yokuts Park

The streets of Bakersfield will be a little cleaner after Saturday. → Read More