Emily Biehl is a storyteller and avid goat lover who joined the KOLD team in February 2018. She is a proud SoCal native from a small town called Rancho Santa Margarita, which is only about 5 miles wide.
Emily is a Chapman University alumna who earned a B.F.A. in television and broadcast journalism with a minor in leadership studies, merging her love of news and constantly meeting new people. During her time at Chapman, Emily served as executive producer of the university's newscast along with working as an intern at the assignment desk at KNBC and producing for the local access channel. She considers her experiences and mentors during her time at Chapman to have given her the knowledge and passion for the news world.
She also worked in southern Oregon as a weekday and weekend multimedia journalist covering everything from homicides to long lost historical artifacts found at random in the Cascade-Siskiyou mountains.
Emily is a beach girl who also loves to bake, collage, and above all, spend her time with her family, her friends, and her adorable dog Yoduh. She is always looking for a good place to eat so feel free to tweet her.
Emily is excited to explore all of the food, hiking, and people that the greater Tucson area has to offer!
For local Tucson mom Raquel Sutton, the struggle to establish a solid base for her and her child wasn’t easy...until she found the MAMA program. Sutton says she stumbled on it while at the Kino Service Center. Seeing the last flyer and grabbing it, she decided to sign up.
Safety on the streets is always a concern, whether you’re a driver, cyclist, or pedestrian. Tucson News Now has a look at the the number of fatal collisions in 2018, as compared to 2017, and those numbers show that there’s a continued need for emphasis on that idea of street safety.
Amidst the holidays many of us are giving and receiving valuable items. The question is, what do you do if those items get lost or stolen. Tucson police say they have the answer - their lost and found program.