Tucson woman bitten by javelina

City of Tucson to pass smoking ordinance

UPDATE: Man identified in pursuit on TUS airfield

  Littered bus stops create problems for Tucsonans

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

AZ medicaid work requirement suspended

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  Authorities: One injured, suspect on run following shooting at Mr. An’s in Tucson

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

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

  Tornado slams Dallas; 4 killed in Arkansas, Oklahoma

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

Woman bitten after feeding javelina table scraps in west Tucson

  Single punch leaves Alabama teen in critical condition

An Elmore County teenager is in critical condition after being punched after Holtville High School’s football game last week.

Music fest supports disabled firefighters in Tucson

The men and women who rush towards danger; battling fires to keep residents safe, really put it all on the line. Sometimes, the price they pay physically and financially is steep.

Quiet Riot drummer reveals stage 4 cancer diagnosis

Frankie Banali made the announcement on the Facebook page of radio personality and podcaster Mitch Lafon.

  Vinyl records expected to outsell CDs in 2019 for the first time since 1980s

The co-owner of Roundabout Music Company said many people from various generations visit her store to buy old records.

  This phone case looks and reacts like human skin

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

  AMO team in Sierra Vista helps secure border

  Boo Bash event brings festive family fun activities over the weekend

  Ticket holders confused over lantern festival rescheduling

Tucson Fire responds to structure fire on Congress Street

TPD: Bank robbery suspect returns to east side grocery store

Police in Tucson shared new and old photos Saturday night of a woman suspected of robbing a bank on the city’s east side.

BEAR DOWN: Wildcats can’t take down Trojans in the coliseum

The Arizona Wildcats traveled to Los Angeles to face the Southern Cal Trojans in a Pac-12 showdown.

Possible Salmonella contamination sparks recall of Great Value breakfast sausage

Officials with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced a recall of 6,444 pounds of Great Value brand ready-to-eat pork sausage patty and turkey sausage patty products.

Multiple wrong-way drivers cause havoc in Chandler

Multiple drivers were caught going the wrong way on Santan L-202 westbound at McClintock in Chandler when trying to use an on-ramp as an off-ramp to avoid traffic that was backed up.

Proposal seeks to modernize campgrounds at national parks

The Interior Department is considering recommendations to modernize national park campgrounds

University of Arizona approved to launch veterinary college

University of Arizona gained approval from nationwide veterinary association to open College of Veterinary Medicine north of Tucson

  Crews battle major shed fire on northwest side

The blaze happened in the 7400 block of North Camino De Oeste, which is near Sunset and Silverbell.

  Marana residents concerned over repeat rock throwing, vandalism

Neighbors are fed up with repeated rock problems.

Police detain man with a gun near Chuck Ford Lakeside Park

The have been no arrests at this time.

Neighbors, conservationists closely monitor what’s next in Marana

Marana wants out of its lease for the Tortolita Preserve.

  Pima Animal Care Center ready to adopt out dozens of chickens

Always, wanted a chicken? PACC has nearly 60 ready for adoption.

  Taking a stand against bullying, one comic at a time

Frank Powers' big personality helps kids and adults all over Tucson how to draw and embrace themselves.

JOB FAIRS: Who’s hiring in southern Arizona

Employers holding job fairs to fill open positions.

EGSD collecting household hazardous waste Saturday, Nov. 2

Residents who are not able to drop materials off can also request a home pick-up.

Johnson & Johnson recalls baby powder for asbestos contamination

The asbestos was found in a single bottle purchased from an online retailer, a press release from the company said.

  AZ Weekend, Oct. 18

There is a lot planned across southern Arizona

  First all-female spacewalking team makes history

The world's first all-female spacewalking team made history high above Earth on Friday, replacing a broken part of the International Space Station's power grid.

Environmentalists find ‘massive amount’ of mothballs at Coronado National Forest picnic site

Children, pets and wildlife could mistake them for food or candy

  Tucson church clears the air about Public Charge Rule

Rule would severely scale back legal immigration for those who could utilize public benefits

Flu season kicks off to a fast-paced start

Healthcare providers urge people to get their flu vaccines by the end of the month.

  A piece of history makes its way to Tucson

The "Big Boy" is in Tucson tonight and will be open for public viewing tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the train yard on Silverlake Road.

UPDATE: Deputies find missing child Kenneth Schulz

The 13-year-old was safely reunited with his family.

  Tucson Botanical Gardens to celebrate Dia de los Muertos

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

Arizona appellate judges revisit Arias murder case

Arias is currently serving a life sentence for a first-degree murder conviction she received in the death of her then-boyfriend Travis Alexander.

  Toppled tower triggers trouble

Residents were surprised when they say a cell tower broken in half Wednesday morning.

  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

Toxic chemicals found in 95 percent of tested baby foods, study finds

In the study, 168 baby foods from major manufacturers were tested, and 95 percent contained lead, 73 percent contained arsenic, 75 percent contained cadmium and 32 percent contained mercury.

Candidates invited to apply for TUSD board vacancy

Schools superintendent will announce appointment by Nov. 1

  Powerful Democratic Congressman Elijah Cummings has died

Cummings was a formidable orator who passionately advocated for the poor in his black-majority district, which encompasses a large portion of Baltimore as well as more well-to-do suburbs.

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

As of Tuesday, the Tucson Fire Department and the city of Tucson said the “Light the Night Sky Lantern Festival” has not submitted a permit.

  TUSD to join lawsuit against JUUL

"Vaping is problem number one."

  UPDATE: Two men killed in midtown shooting identified, could be narcotics-related

Woman tells police the men were breaking into her house

  Tucson school empowers girls to chase their STEM dreams

STEM Girls Rock! gets girls excited about science, engineering, technology and math.

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

15 students will be able to participate in the program this year.

Woman indicted for using her teen-aged daughter to hide drugs

The woman is charged with multiple felonies including conspiracy and using a minor in a drug offense.

Tucson mom who pleaded guilty to child abuse sentenced

According to the interim complaint, the woman had previously refused to get her son medical help when he needed it.

UPDATE: University of Arizona student who died in fall at dorm identified

A student was found unresponsive in the courtyard of a residence hall on the University of Arizona campus.

  UPDATE: Police investigate shooting on Tucson’s east side

One man suffered life-threatening injuries in the shooting.

Green Fields School reopening with new owner

School originally opened opened in 1933

Man convicted of trying to watch teen girl through bathroom window

Aaron James Wells caught by girl’s mother

Amado salon owner helping community with jacket drive

Donated jackets will be handed out Saturday

  Porch pirate picks up package from east-side home

Woman caught on camera stealing a special delivery

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

Mayor declares Oct. 15, 2019 as 'Barbara Eden Appreciation Day'

Fort Huachuca drone crashes in Santa Cruz County

An unmanned aircraft system flying in Fort Huachuca’s restricted military airspace crashed early this afternoon.

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

If for some reason a person still can't pay their bill, there are other options to get help and pay.

  Oro Valley mayor gives first state of the town address

The speech was short on accomplishments — as would be expected in such a short time in office — but long on expectations in the next three years.

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.

Book Richardson released from prison

Served 90-days after bribery plea

SET status lifted in Sunizona; fire crews mopping up

Fire burned near US 191, SR 181 on Hondo Lane

AZGFD reminds public about wildlife-safe Halloween decorating

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

  TUSD dedicates week to bullying prevention

Students participate in something different each day

Authorities cancel Silver Alert for Sun City woman

Judy Kay Tanzer was found safe

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.