Black Friday off to quiet start in Tucson area

In normal times, Black Friday draws millions of shoppers eager to get started on their holiday spending. These are not normal times.

23 inmates test positive for COVID-19 at Pima County Adult Detention Complex

UPDATE: Driver dies, passenger suffers minor injuries in single-vehicle collision near Ajo

Suspect in custody following barricade situation in midtown

  Gospel Rescue Mission preparing to serve thousands of Thanksgiving meals to-go

  Voluntary curfew is a layered strategy

Oro Valley launches new podcast and video series targeting local topics

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Sahuarita Food bank accepting donations as need doubles during holidays

Red Cross of Southern Arizona needs volunteers for upcoming blood drives

Gospel Rescue Mission to hold ‘meals to-go’ event before Thanksgiving

  New Tucson east side hospital planned to open next fall

School districts pause sports programs in southern Arizona amid rising COVID-19 cases

Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund to provide PPE kits to those in need

Arizona Department of Health releases sign-up information for COVID-19 vaccine administrators

ADHS advises those who wish to administer the vaccine to plan in advance.

UPDATE: Tucson police find vulnerable man safe on east side

61-year-old Bret Byroad was missing Monday night.

Tucson Police respond to pedestrian collision on east side

Officials say the vehicle involved remained at the scene.

  Pima County issues voluntary curfew as it reports highest number of COVID-19 cases since pandemic began

From Nov. 15-21, Pima County reported its highest number of COVID-19 cases since pandemic began.

Canyon del Oro High School confirms positive COVID-19 case

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

Man sentenced in death of 2-year-old girl

Pedestrian dies after getting hit on Tucson’s east side

UPDATE: Road open after crash blocks traffic on I-10 and Cortaro

UPDATE: Two men found shot of Tucson’s west side

  Pedestrian, infant die in collision on Tucson’s south side

Anyone with information about the collision is asked to call 88-CRIME.

TPD investigates shooting incident in midtown

One person suffered gunshot injuries and was taken to the hospital.

CBP field operations seize $25 million in alleged liquid methamphetamine found inside a trailer

Agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement-Homeland Security Investigations are continuing the investigation.

  Wounded veterans use archery as a means to therapy

Naranja Park in Oro Valley hosted a very special archery camp event today in support of wounded veterans and law enforcement officers.

  El Tour de Tucson organizers hopeful for April 2021 event

The 38th El Tour de Tucson was scheduled for Saturday but was forced to postpone to April 10, 2021 due to the pandemic.

Police investigating fatal teen shooting northwest of Rodeo Park

The Tucson Police Department is investigating a fatal shooting that ocurred during the early hours of Friday morning in Tucson’s south side.

This weekend is your last chance to treat yourself to Fair food

This weekend is your last chance to drive by and get some of those yummy treats that you can’t get anywhere else.

Postal service reminds gifters to send packages early this holiday season

The United States Postal Service wants to remind people to send packages ahead of time this year.

PCSD to increase enforcement at Tucson Mountain Park amid shooting complaints

The Pima County Sheriffs Department announced it will increase surveillance and enforcement at Tucson Mountain Park after multiple complaints of shooting in the area.

Tucson-area school districts announce plans for rest of semester

School districts across southern Arizona have changed their plans as the coronavirus continues to spread.

  Arizona’s Heart and Sol: Group makes 11,000 masks, never stops volunteering

Their group has now sewn 11,400 masks for Arizonans to help protect themselves from the virus. Now, they will tackle hundreds more for El Rio Health.

Pinal County Sheriff’s Office asks community for help in locating armed robbery suspect

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call PCSO at 520-866-5111.

DES to require identity verification for PUA claimants amid fraud

The Department of Economic Security will require identity verification for everyone receiving assistance come December.

2021 Gem & Jewelry Exchange canceled due to COVID concerns

Organizers of the Gem & Jewelry Exchange have confirmed they will not be taking part of the Tucson Gem Show in February, next year.

UPDATE: First responders at the scene of fatal crash on I-10 at Sunset Road exit

Northwest Fire and Arizona Department of Transportation are responding.

Arizona high school teachers can win $2,500 for classroom supplies through RaiseMe contest

To win, schools need to sign up the most 9th to 12th grade students over the next month.

Arizona Department of Health Services issues emergency mask requirements for schools

ADHS is requiring anyone on campus, school buses and at school-related activities to wear a mask.

Northwest Fire District announces grant for improved communication technologies

Fire departments across southern Arizona are about to get some high-tech improvements to their communication technologies thanks to a federal grant.

I-10 ramps reopen at Houghton Road following reconstruction

The project is scheduled for completion in late 2021.

Six tips for diabetics during the holiday season

The Carondelet Health Network has released six tips to help diabetics this Thanksgiving.

Tucson police respond to landlord, tenant dispute near Stone Avenue and First Street

Officials say no injuries were reported.

Looking to adopt? First 48 adoptions covered at PACC Nov. 21-22

All adopted dogs will get to go home with Boss Dog Yogurt samples.

Former Raytheon engineer sentenced for exporting military-related technology to China

The engineer was employed at Raytheon for 10 years.

Judge orders US to stop expelling children who cross border

U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan issued a preliminary injunction sought by legal groups suing on behalf of children whom the government sought to expel before they could request asylum or other protections under federal law.

Banner Health enacts visitor restrictions amid COVID-19 surge

The new policy will go into effect on Nov. 18, 2020

Arizona Athletics sets record in graduate success rate

The University of Arizona Athletics Department has set a new record in its Graduate Success Rate (GSR) data for a second consecutive year

Green Valley Fire responds to waste fire southwest of Tucson

Officials say no injuries were reported.

Technology, training help ADOT keep roads safe during winter

ADOT has a few safety tips to help you prepare for driving in the snow.

Banner Health provides alternatives to in-person gatherings this Thanksgiving

Here are some ways you can make your holiday celebrations safe.

Navajo Nation locks down for 3 weeks because of coronavirus surge

People can only leave their homes for emergencies or essentials; government offices and businesses must close. Learning moves online.

TPD responds to shooting near DeAnza Park

Officials say the suspect is at large.

Salvation Army to make 36th annual Thanksgiving dinner a drive-thru event

The dinner will be a drive-thru only.

Environmental cleanup of Three R Mine scheduled for November 2020

The project is scheduled to be completed by March 2021.

Coronado National Forest to begin cleanup of abandoned mines near Patagonia

The second phase of the project is planned for October 2021.

PCC to host Small Business Saturday this month

Do not forget to support small businesses this season.

Tucson Rodeo and Parade canceled because of COVID-19 concerns

Fiesta de los Vaqueros becomes another popular event canceled during the pandemic.

UPDATE: Missing 13-year-old found safe

Police say the boy has been found safe.

  Tucson community organizer raises funds for family in Honduras after Hurricane Eta devastation

Tito Romero jumped into action watching the hurricane lash through his beloved neighborhood.

Free COVID-19 vaccines to be avaialable at Albertsons, Safeway and Vons pharmacies

Through a partnership with the Federal Pharmacy Partnership Strategy for COVID-19 Vaccination- Albertsons, Safeway and Vons pharmacies will receive an allocation of coronavirus vaccines for distribution- once the drug is authorized in the United States.

Health department announces new COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites in Tucson

Three new COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites are opening in the Tucson area.

Sandhill cranes are back in Arizona for the winter

Sandhill cranes are back in Arizona for the winter, and they are here to stay for a few months.

COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations on rise in Pima County

According to the Pima County Health Department, COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are on the rise in the county.

Police searching for missing woman from Glendale

A Silver Alert is on, as authorities search for a missing woman from the Glendale area.

Marana Unified School District confirms positive student COVID-19 case

The Marana School District sent a letter home to parents on Nov. 10.

  Tower challenge raises money for Tohono O’Odham Police Officer Bryan Brown

Goal of $15,000 to help officer's family for the holidays.

Startup company Cell Work joins the University of Arizona Center for Innovation

Cell Work aims to provide all-age informational and visual biology kits to both homes and academic settings.

American Red Cross to host Holiday Hustle Virtual 5K

All participants who pledge $25 or more to their Holiday Hustle 5K fundraiser effort will receive a race t-shirt.

Arizona woman accused in brutal beating of girlfriend’s young son

Claudia Genis, 29, is facing charges in connection with a child abuse case in Pinal County.

Tucson ER & Hospital to provide free glucose and blood pressure testing on World Diabetes Day

No appointment is needed and anyone 18-years and older can be tested.

  Disney and Make-A-Wish make wish come true in Phoenix

A true princess wish came true last week in Arizona as Disney and the Make-A-Wish Foundation partnered up to fulfill the dream a young girl from Phoenix.

Here are the most stolen items in each state according to a study

VIO Security conducted a study on stolen items from a 2018 crime report.

HDSA Arizona Team Hope walk to go virtual Nov. 21

The event will take place virtually and all donations will go toward HDSA.

Arizona Theatre Company to stream Idris Goodwin’s break beat play, ‘The Realness,’ in digital performance Nov. 18-22

There is no charge to view the play, but donations are accepted.

Deals, discounts and freebies for Veterans Day

Here are some deals and discounts for veterans on Veterans Day.

PHOTOS: Honoring our veterans in southern Arizona

With many events canceled due to the pandemic, KOLD News 13 would like to honor veterans by sharing their photos and stories.

Associated Press calls Tom O’Halleran winner of Arizona’s 1st Congressional District

The Associated Press predicts democratic nominee Tom O’Halleran the winner of Arizona’s 1st congressional district.

  New spike in coronavirus is widespread

Pima County just had its second highest number of daily cases since the pandemic began.

ADOR seeking military personnel for owed unclaimed property

The Arizona Department of Revenue’s Unclaimed Property Program as searching for members of the military who have unclaimed funds in their names from when they were stationed in Arizona.