Tucson woman bitten by javelina

Game & Fish urges people to follow law: don't feed wildlife

  UPDATE: Rural Metro Fire and PCSD respond to injured hiker in Sabino Canyon

AZ medicaid work requirement suspended

Surrender expired, unused prescription drugs at Dispose-A-Med event this weekend

Fourth annual Jeepers Back the Blue event to take place this weekend

Community Food Bank receives $100,000 grant toward $4.5 million renovation

Woman bitten after feeding javelina table scraps in west Tucson

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Ready, Set, Hack: All women hackathon champions diversity in STEM fields

  Boo Bash event brings festive family fun activities over the weekend

Tucson Fire responds to structure fire on Congress Street

  Crews battle major shed fire on northwest side

Neighbors, conservationists closely monitor what’s next in Marana

EGSD collecting household hazardous waste Saturday, Nov. 2

  AZ Weekend, Oct. 18

There is a lot planned across southern Arizona

  Tucson Botanical Gardens to celebrate Dia de los Muertos

Anyone can decorate a skeleton and they'll hang it up for you.

  UPDATE: Police identify carjacking suspect who damaged vehicles on Grant and Stone

The suspect was taken into custody and charged with multiple crimes including driving under the influence.

  32 immigrants found inside refrigerated truck at I-19 border checkpoint

Two arrested, charged with felony human smuggling violations

  Questions continue after lantern festival is rescheduled again, ticket holders upset

  New program at TUSD aims to bring more diversity to the classroom

Tucson mom who pleaded guilty to child abuse sentenced

Amado salon owner helping community with jacket drive

  Recognizing a star: Rothschild honors Tucson-born Barbara Eden at TenWest fest

  Tucson nonprofits see surge in requests for assistance after power shutoff ban ends

Trump recognizes southern Arizona educators with highest honor

PAEMST is the highest award given by the U.S. Government to teachers of math and science, including computer science.

AZGFD reminds public about wildlife-safe Halloween decorating

Halloween pumpkins, as well as fall decorations like gourds or squash, attract wildlife when displayed outdoors.

Tucson Fire responds to mobile home fire on north side

The cause and origin of the fire are under investigation.

Collision involving pedestrian results in life-threatening injuries on Ajo and Benson Hwy

Officers will be at the scene for several hours.

UPDATE: Fire contained at Waste Management trash transfer site

Stay with KOLD News 13 for more updates.

  Douglas High School to implement clear bag policy

The new policy will take effect Monday, Oct. 21.

TFD responds to south side house fire

Red Cross was not needed due to the house being vacant.

  Marking Indigenous People’s Day

Half the states in the country still observe Columbus Day and half do not.

  Area shelters team up for mega animal-adoption event

The goal is to find homes for 600 pets over the weekend.

Gospel Rescue Mission accepting donations for Thanksgiving banquet

Needs include frozen turkeys, canned vegetables, fruit and cranberry sauce

Memorial services held for fallen Border Patrol Agent

Robert Hotten died after being found unresponsive while assigned to the Tucson Sector Sonoita Station on Oct. 6, 2019.

Driver ejected in deadly single-vehicle rollover on I-19 near Sahuarita

Authorities say the vehicle crossed all lanes before rolling and ejecting the occupant.

TRAFFIC: Where to watch for road work

List of active road projects in the Tucson area.

  Tucson Meet Yourself needs volunteers

Volunteers will get T-shirt, food voucher

  ‘Otherwise I’d be dead:’ Midtown resident counts blessings after car crashes into home

No one suffered any major injuries

  UPDATE: Police identify victims involved in a shooting in Sierra Vista

Police not looking for any additional suspects

  Club Colombia gets ready for Tucson Meet Yourself

Most of their proceeds go to various non-profits around the area and Columbia.

UPDATE: One suspect arrested following shooting in desert near Casa Grande

Two other suspects are currently outstanding and believed to be in Mexico.

Judge Harrington to retire from the Pima County Superior Court

During his tenure he has been presiding judge of the probate bench and a member of the criminal and juvenile court benches.

Groups break ground on housing for homeless veterans

Project to include 50 homes, community center

Southern Arizona agencies receive $2 million grant for sexual assault cases

The grant will help them better respond to cold cases involving sexual assault.

Town of Oro Valley accepting applications from residents to serve on boards and commissions

The Town of Oro Valley is accepting applications from residents who are interested in serving on a board or commission.

  Vandalism at Little Free Library brings community together

Volunteers to keep watchful eye over neighborhood project

  Families get lost in the Marries maze

This year's maze is even more unusual. It's in the shape of our own Dan Marries.

  Plan for Ronstadt Transit Center ready for public scrutiny

After five years of negotiations, the agreement to redevelop the Ronstadt Transit Center is ready for public scrutiny.

Trial delayed for Tucson man who shot girlfriend

Prosecutors pulled the plea deal and vacated his upcoming trial date in November.

PCSD responding to crash on southwest side

Drivers are asked to take alternate routes if possible.

Sabino Canyon overflow parking lot to reopen October 15

The lot will be open from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily however, vehicles will be able to exit at all times.

  PACC takes in 85 birds, dogs from hoarding case

This case is still under investigation by the Sheriff Department’s Animal Cruelty Division.

Specialized wheelchair will help Tucson man chase dreams

Friends and family surprised Dalton Wiley at a hotel on Tucson’s east side Friday, Oct. 4.

Emerge! collects supplies for domestic violence survivors

The event was held Oct. 4 at Geico Corporate Office located at Tucson Marketplace: 3050 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Way.

TUSD Family Resource Center receives generous donation

Alight in conjunction with Streams in the Desert Lutheran Church, donated the clothing from League 91 and Red Shirt.

  Tucson woman uses migrant clothing to protest border wall

Adler’s efforts are to protest the border wall in behalf of migrants, wildlife and the environment.

UPDATE: Police say speeding led to rollover crash in Sierra Vista

Car clocked at more than 90 mph before crash

How to protect kids from kidnappers, predators, sex traffickers

At least one child victim of human trafficking from the age of 13-14 is rescued every month in Northwest Louisiana.

  Tucson woman riding in El Tour with an eye on giving back

Monica Medina suffered a heart attack while training for the El Tour de Tucson but she hasn't let that slow her down.

  AZ Weekend, Oct. 4

First weekend of October will be busy

  WATCH: Exclusive interview with Vice President Mike Pence

In his third visit to Arizona this year, Vice President Mike Pence spent a few hours in southern Arizona to talk about trade and immigration.

Winning $50,000 powerball ticket sold in Tucson

Wednesday’s winning numbers were 4, 8, 10, 43, 53 with Powerball number 7.

Tucson searching for dog cover model for holiday edition

Your dog, dressed in holiday attire, will have its photo taken and submitted into the “Cover Dog” contest.

  Oro Valley to keep town-owned golf courses open

Town purchased club five years ago for $1 million

  Cragin Elementary teacher wins 2019 Esperanza Latino Teacher Award

Cecilia Padilla, a teacher at Cragin Elementary School, is one of four recipients of the 2019 Esperanza Latino Teacher Awards.

  Fire burning near San Xavier Mission will continue to send smoke over parts of Tucson

No injuries reported; several buildings, barns destroyed

Raytheon adds 1,000 new jobs to southern Arizona

The new jobs will be added over the next three years.

  Vegas shooting survivor creates nonprofit for PTSD

So far more than $10,000 has been raised

PCC astronomy night for kids offers games, trick-or-treating, food and more

The fun family-friendly evening will feature stargazing, games, trick-or-treating, food and more.

  TSA to require new travel ID in AZ one year from today

Every person is required to bring in two forms of identification to the motor vehicles department and pay $25 to get the new ID.

  Students arrested, schools closed or locked down following multiple online threats in southern Arizona

Authorities are continuing to investigate the threats and ask anyone with additional information to call 88-CRIME.

Out-of-state seller transaction privilege tax now in effect for AZ

The tax also requires a marketplace facilitator, which is any business facilitating the sale of goods by listing or advertising items on behalf of others.

It’s time to get your Travel ID

The new federal regulations start Oct. 1, 2020, so all Arizonans are highly encouraged to gather the required documents and make their appointments as soon as possible.

Walmart offers free grocery delivery service during October

Customers only need to enter the code HOMEFREE at checkout

  Sahuarita Unified School District cancels class after receiving threat

Police investigating multiple threats

PCSD investigating drive-by shooting on south side

One person is suffering non-life threatening injuries and was transported to UMC.

  Marries Maze: Hard work goes into preparing Marana Pumpkin Patch

It takes hours of hard work to plant each year's design.

  Painting the future

While the trades industry has bounced back, the workforce has been slow to redevelop.

  Tucson begins biweekly recycling collection

Costs of processing recyclable items prompt change

UPDATE: Road open after single-vehicle rollover in Picture Rocks

The cause of the crash is currently under investigation.

Police investigating single-vehicle crash in west Tucson

Police say speed appears to be a factor.