The latest news and views about Iran’s Tehran province
Imamzadeh Saleh, nestled in Tehran's northern district of Shemiran, has transformed into a picturesque winter wonderland as snow blankets its surroundings.
Snowfall blankets Iranian cities, including Tehran in winter splendor, sparking joy amidst challenges
In the wake of a prolonged dry spell and a concerning drop in water reservoir levels nationwide, Tehran experienced a transformative event as thick layers of snow draped the city on Sunday.
A soldier in the Iranian city of Savojbolagh, near the capital Tehran, opened fire at a patrol guard in his military unit in the early hours of Saturday, killing him on the spot for unknown reasons, the police headquarters in Alborz Province reported.
A significant fire incident happened in a plastic warehouse in a southeastern neighborhood of Tehran.
Gandhi Hospital in northern Tehran has caught fire, prompting swift action from the local fire department and emergency services.
Valiasr Street, hailed as the Middle East's longest and a historic testament in Tehran, traces its origins from an uninhabited expanse to its current bustling grandeur.
A desperate suitor who failed to persuade a woman to get married to him shot her wounded at her workplace near the Iranian capital Tehran earlier this month and injured two others.
A significant fire broke out at a warehouse housing store supplies, food, and plastic situated along a bustling highway in north of the Iranian capital, Tehran.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.5 on the Richter scale was registered to the southeast of the Iranian capital of Tehran, putting local rescue organizations on alarm.
Authorities in Iran have arrested a member of the office of Tehran Mayor Alireza Zakani on alleged corruption.
The high salary of a young girl working at Tehran’s City Council has caused a furor among people after her purported payroll receipt went viral on social media.
Members of Tehran’s Islamic City Council have re-elected Mahdi Chamran as the chair of the body for one more year.
Parachutists have jumped off Tehran’s Milad Tower, Iran’s tallest, to mark the anniversary of the establishment of the Islamic Republic, which followed the ouster of the Pahlavi monarchy in the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
The Ebrat Museum, located in downtown Tehran, once served as a prison facility run by the highly-notorious SAVAK secret police prior to the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran.
A hostage-taking situation ends following police intervention in central Tehran.