Summer camps start Tuesday, some changes in store

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Avra Valley mobile home catches fire from BBQ grill

Here’s how you can step up to plate with Congressional Baseball Game for Charity canceled

Registration open for Boys & Girls Clubs

Desert Diamond Casinos announces reopening date of June 5

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TRAFFIC: Where to watch for road work across Tucson, southern Arizona

Tumamoc Hill reopens to hikers

  Several Memorial Day services canceled as ceremonies move online

TPD investigates fatal ATV collision in Tucson’s south side

Arizona State Parks busy for Memorial Weekend

  Old Tucson reopens with new safety measures for Memorial Weekend

UPDATE: Tucson police identify victim of aparent homicide in midtown

Anyone with information is asked to call 88-CRIME.

Colossal Cave, Wentworth Road to close at I-10 near Vail starting May 27

ADOT plans to complete the project ahead of schedule by replacing the entire deck at once

Tucson Unified School District to hold drive-thru registrations

This will take place May 27 and 28 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.

Elephant Mapenzi hits growth milestone

This week she weighed in at 395 pounds, 100 pounds more than she weighed the day she was born!

  Job training apprenticeship program for low-income individuals expands to Tucson

  City of Tucson to begin free COVID-19 testing program

  TUSD asking parents and students to take back-to-school survey following COVID-19 closures

TFD, South Tucson Fire respond to shed fire on south side

Deals and freebies for healthcare, frontline workers in southern Arizona

Surgeon General Carmona appointed to lead fall 2020 campus reentry plan

  Tucson parks, facilities to remain closed another three weeks

City staff to continue working from home

Tucson venue offers drive-in movies

Cactus Drive-In bringing its pop-up theater to Medella Vina Ranch

UPDATE: Missing Tucson man located, treated in hospital

Martin Valenzuela found at about 9 p.m.

  Employers having trouble bringing back employees

With many choosing to take unemployment benefits instead of return to work, owners are struggling to stay afloat.

  Conflicting regulations between state, counties and cities following COVID-19 outbreak

The city of Tucson extended its emergency declaration to June 8 and will hold its first hearings on what re-opening the city will look like.

  Pima County libraries reopen Monday

Libraries will require face coverings

  Churches resume in person services as lockdown orders are lifted

As things start to get back to normal, some church services are still offering online services.

TPD investigates fatal midtown shooting

One person has died after being involved in a shooting in midtown.

  Tucson photographers work together to celebrate the Class of 2020

Seniors won’t get a traditional graduation this year, and with this in mind, local photographers found a unique way to help the graduates feel special.

Want to float down the Salt River? Plan on some changes

Salt River Tubing, which is celebrating 40 years on the river, will open up this Saturday.

Tucson Mall and Park Place Mall to reopen Tuesday

The malls will be open from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday-Saturday and from noon to 6:00 p.m. on Sunday.

Tucson Diocese plans gradual reopening of parishes for public worship

Individual pastors may provide Holy Communion beginning May 23.

Plane makes emergency landing on Redington Road

No injuries were reported.

Davis-Monthan releases flight path, schedule for Thursday’s flyover to honor medical workers

A formation of four aircraft, including two A-10 Thunderbolt IIs and two F-16 Fighting Falcons, will begin the flyover on May 14.

  Pima County Board of Supervisors turns dine-in suggestions into regulations following COVID-19 closures

The first two violations will come with education and a warning. A third violation can come with a $500 fine.

UPDATE: Three dogs dead following bee attack on southeast side

Residents are asked to avoid the area.

Tumamoc Hill to reopen Memorial Day

New arrows along the path, spaced 10 feet apart, will offer benchmarks to help people maintain physical distancing and direct the flow of foot traffic up and down the hill.

UPDATE: Casino pushes reopening date back, theaters and other businesses can reopen Saturday

According to Gov. Doug Ducey's office, all non-essential businesses can reopen on Saturday when the stay-at-home order expires.

Reid Park Zoo asks community to take reopening survey

The Reid Park Zoo hopes to improve the safety of the staff and visitors.

TUCSON PROUD: Nominate the heroes and helpers in your life

KOLD News 13 wants to honor the heroes and helpers in our community,

Pima County Board of Supervisors calls for emergency meeting to discuss making COVID-19 dine-in suggestions part of code

If the county decides to make the suggestions part of the food code, violations could come with penalties.

  Fire risk increasing as temperatures rise

The department said the number of fires it's responding to is fairly normal during this time of year.

PACC takes in around 40 dogs and 3 cats from hoarding case

Currently there are 213 pets in the shelter in need of homes, along with 667 in foster care that need permanent homes.

TPD investigates stabbing at east side apartment complex, no suspects in custody

Officers say one person was found with a stab injury.

Police arrest man for sexual exploitation of a minor

Brady Loberg was booked on five counts of sexual exploitation of a minor.

TFD responds to fire at homeless camp on south side

This is the second homeless camp fire TFD has responded to since May 7.

Pima County issues direction to restaurants for dine-in service beginning May 11

The county is recommending restaurants adhere to all 17 protective measures.

  Tucson celebrates moms on Mother’s Day

Florists see an uptick in orders, communities host drive-by parade.

Man dies after being run over in Circle K parking lot, suspect in custody

Detectives are asking anyone with information to call 88-CRIME.

TFD, TEP respond to power pole fire in midtown

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

  Downtown Tucson Partnership gift card program prepares for sixth round

The next round of gift cards goes on sale on Friday at 5 p.m.

  Not all salons ready to open Friday after COVID-19 closures

Bloom Salon and Beauty Bar said they will have masks for clients who want them and will sanitize high-touch areas every 15 minutes.

La Encantada shopping center set to reopen May 8

The center’s re-opening plans include significantly enhanced cleaning and sanitizing protocols, with a focus on frequent touchpoints, to make sure guests and employees feel comfortable and at ease with the return to business.

  TFD and Rural Metro Fire respond to homeless camp brush fire

Crews say the fire is nearly contained.

Diocese of Tucson to hold food drive May 11-16

If you are unable to shop, you can make a donation to the Catholic Community Services COVID-19 Relief Fund.

Salvation Army in need of donations for Operation Chill Out

Accepting donations of unopened bottled water, sunscreen, lip balm, hats, umbrellas, sunglasses and light-colored clothing, as well as time from volunteers.

  Group gives gift cards to veterans negatively affected by COVID-19

Tucson Veterans Serving Veterans is taking action to help service members.

Some Arizona head coaches to take 20 percent pay cuts as changes made to Furlough and Pay Reduction Plan

Two modifications have been made to the Furlough and Pay Reduction Plan after getting feedback from a campus survey.

UPDATE: Wentworth Fire burns 35 acres near Sahuarita Road

The public is asked to drive cautiously through the area at this time.

  Community Food Bank serves over 1,000 families at Kino Stadium

Workers said they had enough food and supplies for any neighbor in need.

  CASA volunteers needed for likely spike in child abuse cases

With more families staying home due to COVID-19, abuse could go unnoticed.

  Meat supply chain backup causes headaches for southern Arizona ranchers

Production has slowed as the demand has doubled.

  Gov. Ducey issues updated guidance for restaurants, coffee shops, barbers and cosmetologists

The Governor’s Office also released additional guidelines to keep customers and employees safe.

  Nearly 600 families will be fed this week thanks to community donations

The community donated 4,000 pounds of non-perishable foods to benefit those in need around southern Arizona

Sasco Fire burns 114 acres near Picacho Peak

Smoke visible from I-10.

  Businesses on Fourth Avenue make plans to open as stay-at-home orders ease this week

Starting Monday, per the Governor’s executive order, businesses selling goods, like small, local retailers, can start curbside pick-up, window service and by appointment services.

ATV driver sustains serious injuries in collision on Redington Road

Traffic is delayed in the area.

UPDATE: PCSD, Rural Metro Fire rescue injured hiker from Sabino Canyon

A 30-year-old woman had minor injuries and walked out with assistance.

  University of Arizona to resume in-person classes in the fall, begins antibody testing

The university president said a comprehensive plan for just how classes will resume in the fall while keeping faculty, staff and students safe is still being laid out.

UA President Robbins says in-person classes will resume this fall

Fall classes begin Aug. 24.

  OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Tucson-area restaurants, businesses still open during coronavirus pandemic

Here's a list of local restaurants offering deals and discounts.

Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch asking for donations to care for animals

The ranch had to close its doors following the stay-at-home-order.

  During hottest day of year, homeless seek shade with AC hard to come by

With libraries closed, restaurants not allowing people inside and the Gospel Rescue Mission not housing people, air conditioning is hard to come by.

PACC accepting donations to help pets and families

Seven Goodwill locations are participating pet donations.

PCSD describes hiker rescue as ‘completely avoidable,’ reminds public of safety tips

In a tweet PCSD said “there is no reason you should be hiking without water".

Pedestrian dies days after collision on Tucson’s south side

A DUI Officer determined the driver was not impaired at the time of the collision.

Community Food Bank announces new location, schedule for emergency food distribution

Emergency food distribution will be held twice a week - on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-10 a.m.

  Regina Romero asks governor for stay-at-home extension

According to Centers for Disease Control guidelines and the ones followed by Pima County, before opening a community should have a decrease in cases for 14 straight days.