Though Mueller’s report has been completed, debate continues

Mueller's findings absolve Trump on the question of colluding with Russia but don't entirely remove the legal threats the president and his associates are facing.

Prescribed burn near Babacomari Ranch in southern Arizona

  Mueller report: Barr says Mueller finds no evidence of Trump-Russia conspiracy

  Denham tosses 1st career no-hitter

Neighborhood hit by suspected thieves on Tucson’s east side

Rescue crews respond to separate hikers in distress near Sabino Canyon

Voluntary recall of avocados sold in AZ due to possible listeria

Continued Coverage

Photo of mother-daughter pilot team goes viral

TPD: Air show visitors causing major traffic back up around Davis-Monthan

Saguaro National Park April Program Schedule

Tohono O’odham led drug task force seizes more than 40,000 fentanyl pills from traffickers

  Migrants being dropped off by the bus load, some needing medical attention

UPDATE: All westbound lanes back open after rollover crash that injured one

  Artist sets the ‘moo-d’ for the 4th Avenue Street Fair

One of those, a first timer, stands out from many of the rest. The booth is full of admirers and the reviews have been great.

Rural Metro offers hiking reminders for upcoming warm weather

There are a few things that the Rural/Metro Fire Department would like hikers to remember before heading out.

  Janice Yu flies with the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds

KOLD News 13′s Janice Yu was able to take a flight of a lifetime with the United States Air Force Thunderbirds ahead of the Thunder and Lightning Over Arizona airshow at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.

  Search still active for missing Avra Valley woman

She is described as white, 4-foot-11, weighing 140 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes, she was last seen wearing a gray sweater, dark pants and rainbow unicorn shoes.

CBP officers seize $241K worth of cocaine

UPDATE: Woman in hospital after midtown standoff

CBP officers arrest meth smugglers at Port of San Luis

  Restaurant Report Card: Food court spot forced to temporarily close

University presidents release tuition proposals

Judy McDermott pivots from professional tournament management to full- time, The First Tee of Tucson

TRAFFIC: List of road closures, current projects

List of active road projects in the Tucson area.

Silver Alert canceled as Fernando Zuniga has been found safe

Fernando Zuniga has been found safe, according to AZ DPS.

Pima County road closures

List of Pima County road closures.

Children’s globe recalled due to fire and burn hazards

About 3,000 globes have been recalled.

Hill’s Pet Nutrition expands recall of dog food due to toxic levels of vitamin D

Hill’s initial recall involved 675,000 cases—or 13.5 million cans—and led to an unknown number of pet illnesses and deaths.

Tyson recalls 69,000 pounds of chicken strips over possible metal contamination

Retail locations across the U.S. received the recalled strips.

  On to the next: Wildcat fans enjoying postseason play with Arizona Women’s Basketball

The Arizona Athletics Department said more than 3,200 tickets were sold for the Wildcats' first round game in the WNIT Thursday night.

Pima County Superior Court holding Court Night event

Topics covered during the sessions will include Divorce/Custody: Start to Finish; Divorce/Custody: Change/Modify; and Probate/Guardianship/Conservatorship.

  Curbing evictions in Pima County

In Pima County Over the last four years, 50,000 people have been kicked out of their homes and those are just the ones that made it to court. Last year alone, more than 13,000 evictions were filed and according to local leaders a lack of affordable housing is making the problem worse.

  Legendary Thunderbirds ready for Thunder and Lightning over Arizona

The pilots are excited, but there's one who may be even more thrilled than the others. He's Thunderbird #8 from the heart of Tucson.

  The changing face of immigration is 'overwhelming’ agents at the border

It’s one of the many challenges facing Roy Villareal, the new chief agent of the Border Patrol Tucson Sector, “It’s pushed us to a breaking point,” he said on Thursday, while addressing this shift in immigration.

  Wildcats failure to reach tournament dampens enthusiasm

“We have to be more creative this year,” said Brittney Gregory, the bartender and manager of the restaurant. “I have enough TVs that anyone can watch any game they want.”

Northbound SR-90 closed because of fire

Traffic is being detoured at SR 82

UPDATE: Suspect identified in deadly midtown homicide

35-year-old Camron A. Broadway was identified as the suspect

SAVAHCS relocating Primary Care Ocotillo Clinic

The new clinic location will be in the PACT (Patient Aligned Care Team) Building 80 Expansion Area, First floor.

Sandra Barton, Tucson IDA board member, named Tucson Woman of Influence

Barton, a senior vice president of commercial real estate for Alliance Bank of Arizona, was named Financial Banking Champion during the annual awards celebrating Tucson’s best and brightest women.

Two TUSD teachers win awards for best online teacher of the year

Congratulations to two amazing Tucson Unified Teachers who were finalists and the winners of the Arizona Athletics/UA Online High School Southern Arizona Teacher of the Year.

  UPDATE: Family arrested by Border Patrol now in ICE custody

An Arizona Department of Public Safety trooper stopped the car for a traffic violation at 22nd Street and 9th Avenue. That trooper than requested the Tucson Sector Border Patrol to come to the scene and investigate.

Florida man pleads guilty to mailing bombs to Democrats, CNN

A Florida man pleaded guilty Thursday to sending a wave of pipe bombs to CNN and prominent critics of President Donald Trump.

Marana Walmart set to close

Walmart also confirmed they are closing one other AZ location in Chandler.

Stamp Design Contest now accepting entries from Tucson kids

The Grand Winner will have his or her design made into custom US postage stamps.

Sierra Vista woman dies in pedestrian vs. vehicle collision

No citations have been issued and there is no indication that excessive speed contributed to the collision.

Phoenix police officer struck, killed by vehicle while at crash scene

He had just arrived at a crash scene when he was struck.

PROGRAMMING NOTE: NCAA basketball causing changes in KOLD newscast schedule

Tune in for a 30-minute newscast on KOLD News 13 at 3:30 p.m.

  Will Trump let up on McCain attacks? GOP senators hope so

A few GOP senators spoke out this week against a new round of Trump's complaints about the Arizona senator, who died in August of brain cancer . One Republican called the president's ongoing commentary "deplorable." Others, such as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, pointedly used the word "her

  ‘You’re talking 1,000s’: Poisonous toads invade Florida community

Residents of Palm Beach Gardens have a massive outbreak on their hands. They expect the problem to grow in the coming weeks.

Medical worker sexually assaulted sedated patient, AZ authorities say

Police said in June of 2018, the worker was taking a female sedated patient to a recovery facility.When she woke up, she said he was assaulting her.

  NCAA tournament: Let the games begin - in earnest

What more could you want on the first real day of the dance?

Baby cough syrup recalled due to bacteria contamination

Those at risk for more severe forms of the illness include infants, young children and those with weakened immune systems.

  After mosque attacks, New Zealand quickly bans assault weapons

The government is now working on a large-scale buy-back plan to encourage owners of the banned weapons to surrender them.

  City considering car-free days, restricted access to ‘A’ Mountain

City leaders are considering new restrictions to access on the road up to Sentinel Peak Park after a 73-year-old cyclist was hit and killed by a drunk driver in October.

UPDATE: Silver Alert canceled, as missing vulnerable adult is found safe

He has been found safe and in good condition.

World Meteorological Organization retires storm names Florence and Michael

Hurricane Florence made landfall near Wrightsville Beach on September 14, 2018 and became the costliest hurricane in North Carolina History.

  U of A holds second vigil for victims in New Zealand attack

Speakers representing different religions and the U of A community took the stage over the two hours of the vigil.

  Gov. Ducey emphasizes state’s relationship with Mexico, economic boom it provides

"Mexico is our number one trading partner times four," AZ Governor Doug Ducey said. "We've tended to the relationships."

  Thunder and Lightning Over Arizona is here!

“We are very delighted that we will have three of the Air Force's most popular air show demonstration teams all performing at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base,” said Maj. Tyler “Leeroy” Schultz, Director of the Thunder & Lightning Over Arizona Air Show.

  Family Finder: Maia looking for a forever family

She’s very lovable and very kind and she wants to be loved.

Big first year for online learner’s permit test in Arizona

Since the online program began in March 2018, the Permit Test @ Home has proven to be a major hit for Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division customers, with 83,000 tests taken.

  Temporary road closures, streetcar route changes for the spring Fourth Ave. Street Fair

Those who ride the Sun Link Streetcar there will be a temporary route adjustment and Sun Tran buses will be used to shuttle riders from the temporary end point stops at Fourth Avenue and Ninth Street and University Boulevard and Third Avenue.

UPDATE: President Trump: “I was never a fan of John McCain and I never will be.”

John McCain was a former Senator who died of brain cancer in 2018.

Maricopa woman facing charges after reportedly abusing adopted children

According to an AZ Family article, the Maricopa Police Department became aware of the situation last week on March 13, when Hobson’s 19-year-old daughter reported the abuse allegations to police.

Tax season in full swing, here are tax scams to look out for

Here is a recap of this year's ‘Dirty Dozen’ scams:

Police seek answers after man, woman found dead in Sierra Vista

The bodies of 34-year-old Stephanie Herdman and 25-year-old Dalon DeBoy were discovered March 15.

  Wilmington bulldog named Cadbury’s newest bunny

Wilmington’s own Henri the English bulldog has been named the new Cadbury bunny.

Not to spring this on you...

Hey Tucson, let’s enjoy these next two weeks of spring while it lasts.

Upcoming free fishing days in Tucson

During National Fishing and Boating Week, most states offer free fishing days. These are days where people can go fishing without a license.

  'Bill & Ted 3′ is a real thing! Excellent!

Bill S. Preston, Esq. (Alex Winters) and Ted “Theodore” Logan (Keanu Reeves) will be making another totally radical movie called “Bill & Ted Face the Music.” It’s slated for release in 2020.

Zero turn mowers recalled due to fire hazard

The mower’s throttle cable can make contact with internal electric wiring.

Electric bike recalled due to crash and injury hazard

The bicycle stem can break, posing crash and injury hazards.

Riding saddles recalled due to fall hazard

Around 1,600 saddles have been recalled.

City of Tucson studying ‘A’ Mountain use

Public input is needed for planned improvements to Sentinel Peak Park

  Mom throws kids from third story of building to save them from fire

Trapped inside on the burning third story was O'Sheana Harrison and her kids, all under the age of 3. Four Des Moines officers are being hailed as heroes for their efforts to save the family.

  Wednesday is the last supermoon of 2019, and actually it’s a super worm moon

It's the vernal equinox, a super worm moon - so much happening in the night skies on Wednesday.

Another hypertension tablet recalled due to impurity

This is the eighth recall.

Border Patrol announces 4th migrant death since December

U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced the death Tuesday, saying agents arrested the 40-year-old man early Sunday for re-entering the country illegally. His identity wasn't released.

  West Virginia man found guilty in infant’s rape, murder; jury recommends no mercy

It took the jury two hours to find the man guilty of multiple charges in the 2016 death of a 10-month-old girl.

  New Zealand holds first funerals for mosque shooting victims

The first funerals came five days after a white supremacist methodically gunned down 50 worshippers at two mosques — a massacre that he broadcast live on Facebook.

Pima County Fair 2019 is just around the corner

The fair runs from April 18 to April 28 at the Pima County Fairgrounds at 11300 South Houghton Road. Gates open at 2 p.m. on weekdays, and 11 a.m. weekends; while the midway opens 3 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. weekends.