Shelby Trahan joined KOLD in November 2020. Before making her way to Arizona, Shelby worked at KOLD’s sister station KPLC 7 News in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
During her time in Louisiana, Shelby gained experience as a live-shot reporter, producer, and a morning anchor. She comes to Arizona as a Louisiana Broadcast Association Award winning journalist for her segment ‘Shelby on the Geaux,’ a series that highlighted exciting places to visit around the Texas-Louisiana region.
Shelby also covered a variety of events including a presidential rally, and Hurricanes Delta and Laura, one of the strongest hurricanes to make landfall in Louisiana in more than 100 years.
Before moving to the bayou state, the native Houstonian graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Journalism News in December 2017. During her time at UNT, she helped volunteer at North Texas Television, the 26-time Emmy Award-winning student-run news station.
Shelby is excited to begin a new journey in Tucson and looks forward to getting to know the community and exploring the city. In her free time, you can find her enjoying the watered areas of the desert, or binge watching a good TV dramas, especially anything written by Shonda Rhimes.
Inmates at the Yuma call center can answer general questions about MVD services, but do not have access to customers’ personal records. Before being connected, will hear a message telling them not to divulge any personal or identifying information.
According to a news release, children are 3.5 times more likely to leave foster care faster if they have an attorney representing their case. Children who can safely return home do so while children who need families are adopted quicker and with fewer delays.
“Arizona is working around the clock to make the COVID-19 vaccine available to all,” said Gov. Doug Ducey. “We are thankful to the thousands of staff and volunteers who have been working tirelessly to get Arizonans vaccinated.”
“With its freeway access, proximity to tribal communities, and extensive indoor facilities, WestWorld is an ideal location for expanding the footprint of state-run vaccination sites in the region,” said ADHS Director Dr. Cara Christ.
Fans will still be required to wear face coverings at all times in the arena unless actively eating or drinking, have their temperature taken upon entering the arena, and be required to fill out an online pre-health screening form prior to arriving at the arena.
Kirpy was trained to detect the presence of concealed humans and the odors of marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin and ecstasy. Throughout his career, Kirpy detected more than $85,000 worth of marijuana and hashish, more than $140,000 worth of methamphetamine, and several concealed humans.
The technology is being named one of the “Infrastructure Gamechangers” by the American Society of Civil Engineers. The organization recognizes groundbreaking projects that represent the latest advancements in the way engineers plan, build and adapt to infrastructure needs.
“Our student-athletes have remained very dedicated this season and we have hit a great competitive stride over the last few weeks,” head coach John Court said. “We are excited to be playing at the Salt Lake City Regional and are looking forward to our preparations as a coaching staff and team.”
“Our ramadas have been available on a first-come, first-served basis throughout the duration of the pandemic, as they are typically very small (a few picnic tables at most), and have been regularly disinfected by NRPR staff,” said Chris Cawein, NRPR Director.
McDonald led the Pac-12 in steals per game averaging 2.7 per game for the third season in a row. In each of her last seven games, McDonald has had at least three steals and had a season-high six at Arizona State in the last game of the regular season.
Now, Mayor Regina Romero is casting a positive vision for the future while reminding Tucsonans that we must not let our guard down and continue to closely follow the advice of our public health professionals.
Currently, vaccination sites across the state are searching for volunteers to aid healthcare workers to get the vaccine into the arms of Arizonans. Those sites include the University of Arizona state-run site and the PODs across Pima County.
Yuma Sector Canine Unit was called to the immigration checkpoint at Interstate 8 on Saturday, Mar. 13 for a secondary inspection of a Ford truck around 1 p.m. The driver of the vehicle, a female U.S. citizen from Somerton, was arrested.
According to the release, he is running for Governor because, “in order to create jobs and fix our economy for all, we need to stop bickering and wasting time with partisan fights for political power.”
Last year, Kirkpatrick publicly acknowledged a drinking problem and went into rehabilitation after she fractured her spine and cracked her ribs in a fall exiting the subway in Washington. However, she says her health and recovery are “not a factor at all” in her decision to leave Congress.
Around 2:30 a.m., officials arrived at the 4000 block of County 13 ¾ Street where they found a group of illegal aliens inside the home. Agents arrested the immigrants and transported them to Yuma Station for further processing.
According to a news release, witnesses told police Travon Lewis Lavender was driven to Tucson Medical Center by a neighbor. His life-threatening injuries caused his transfer to Banner-University Medical Center, where he later died.
According to a news release, Brown is a red-shirt sophomore who came off the bench in 14 of the Wildcats’ 20 Conference contests. He put up 8.8 points on 51.5 percent shooting and 4.7 rebounds in just 18.8 minutes per league game.
“General McGuire’s solid leadership and expertise has been critical, especially during the COVID-19 emergency response,” said Governor Ducey. “Arizona is grateful for General McGuire’s exceptional service to the state and nation.”