KOLD INVESTIGATES: Sonora Behavioral Health’s CEO no longer with hospital

  Pima County Board of Supervisors pay tribute to late chairman Richard Ilias

  Coronado K-8 teachers have parade to see students

Fact Finders: Is cycling outdoors safe during coronavirus outbreak?

Arizona population surveyed on response to coronavirus pandemic

  Local, family-owned business gives back to first responders during COVID-19 crisis

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Trump shakes up press team as White House deals with virus

COVID-19 Fact Finders: Answering Your Questions

  OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Tucson-area restaurants and other businesses still open during coronavirus outbreak

Police arrest one in connection to fatal shooting outside midtown carwash

UPDATE: 12-year-old hiker rescued from Sabino Canyon after suffering injury

Board appoints Betty Villegas to fill remaining term of Supervisor Elías

Arizona’s Mannion leaves Wildcats for NBA draft

Freshman guard said on Twitter it's 'time to chase a dream'

Banner Health seeking 100,000 homemade masks

This request is in line with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s latest recommendation to wear masks in public settings.

  UPDATE: Arizona reports 73 deaths from COVID-19, 15 in Pima County

As the coronavirus spreads across the country, KOLD News 13 is keeping tabs on the cases in Arizona.

  Arizona Gives Day helps nonprofits struggling because of coronavirus

Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona seeing an increased demand, decrease in donations

  Arizona Gives: Tucson Botanical Gardens hopes to ward off closure

AP sources: MLB, union discuss playing all games in Arizona

One person dies in east-side apartment fire

Nearly 1,000 nonprofits register for Arizona Gives Day 2020

  Frontline photography reveals emotion behind the uniform

  Truckers keep trucking to keep stores stocked but many are frustrated

  Couple adjusts marriage plans, takes vows at Gates Pass

The couple had originally planned a traditional wedding with family and friends in September.

  FACT FINDER: Taking blood pressure medication during the COVID-19 outbreak

Not sure if you should stop taking medication during the COVID-19 outbreak? Here's what experts are recommending.

UPDATE: Victim identified in Iron Horse Park homicide investigation

Anyone with information is asked to call 88-CRIME.

  FACT FINDERS: How medical professional volunteers can make a difference amid the COVID-19 outbreak

Are you a medical professional who wants to make a difference?

Fatal collision on south side claims one life

Tucson Fire transported the injured passengers to Banner University Medical Center.

AG Brnovich issues COVID-19 economic impact funds consumer warning

Officials want to stop fraud before it occurs and encourage consumers to protect themselves by recognizing and avoiding scams upfront.

AG Brnovich issues COVID-19 economic impact funds consumer warning

Officials want to stop fraud before it occurs and encourage consumers to protect themselves by recognizing and avoiding scams upfront.

FACT FINDERS: Does your boss have to tell you when a co-worker tests positive?

A lot of viewers have asked us if their boss has to tell them when a co-worker tests positive for COVID-19.

Tucson man gets 26 years for killing newborn daughter

Dustin Jay Jose, 23, admitting to killing his newborn daughter Dezlyianna Lopez-Jose in early 2019.

Reid Park Zoo welcomes newborn elephant

Semba is an experienced mother according to the Reid Park Zoo.

IS IT YOU? Ticket sold in Tucson worth a million

The winning ticket was purchased at a Fry's in Tucson, located at 2001 E. Irvington Road.

  Pima County Jail helps feed homeless with extra meals

Without as many people to feed, there is not a need for as much food.

NM police arrest bank robbery suspect dubbed ‘Fabio’ by Tucson police

Police suspect Ryan Staples, 21, of robbing an east-side Bank of America on April 3.

SBA clarifies eligibility for faith-based groups to receive Paycheck Protection Program and Economic Injury Disaster Loan program

They can participate without restrictions based on their religious identity or activities, as long as they meet the criteria outlines in the CARES Act.

Aari McDonald wins the Ann Meyers Drysdale Award

McDonald is the first player in school history to win one of the five Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame women’s positional awards.

  With more families at home, fire safety can’t wait

According to the National Fire Protection Association, a home fire happens every 86 seconds.

Send us your photos, video for The Lost Class of 2020

KOLD News 13 would like to recognize those students for their achievements.

LOOKING FOR WORK? Here’s a list of who’s hiring in southern Arizona

Employers holding job fairs to fill open positions.

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

List of active road projects in the Tucson area.

  Walmart to limit customers in stores to reduce risk of spreading coronavirus

Retail giant Walmart is the latest to announce new restrictions inside its stores to help promote social distancing and limit the spread of the coronavirus.

Marana family sews hundreds of masks for frontline workers

It’s all hands on deck at the Lee household.

  People flock to gun ranges as county closes them

Many were seen getting some rounds in on the last day of open gun ranges.

  Local pastor gets pleasant birthday surprise from community members

This was a surprise the Pastor was not expecting!

History-making Saints kicker Tom Dempsey dies from coronavirus crisis

Legendary New Orleans Saints place kicker Tom Dempsey died Saturday night after a battle with COVID-19. He was 73.

Tucson police show support for essential workers at TMC

Signs were displayed for TMC employees to show support during this difficult time.

ADOT reopens two northern Arizona rest areas to support trucking amid COVID-19 outbreak

Portable toilets and handwashing stations have been brought in along with trash bins.

  Tucson DJ keeps the party going online as fans maintain social distance

DJ Jahmar is performing in an empty club and livestreaming the concerts on Instagram for people to watch from home.

Arizona receives Presidential Major Disaster Declaration, giving way for more COVID-19 aid

The declaration allows for expanded access to healthcare and other services, according to the governor's office.

  Salon owners crunch to get business in order before mandated COVID-19 closure

Gov. Ducey's order came a day after he was questioned in a town hall Thursday for not closing salon's sooner.

Arizona prison employees to wear cloth masks, department ordered to release more testing information

The department is recommending employees wear 'non-medical' cloth face coverings.

  Following COVID-19 while deaf: With all the coverage, some are feeling left out

“We are all confused. I would say some of us get limited information."

  Tucson business owner praises Ducey’s order to close salons, barbershops

Gov. Doug Ducey ordered all barbershops, hair and nail salons to close by 5 p.m. April 4, 2020.

Escalera Health tests, screens for COVID-19 with drive-through site

Local outpatient clinic helps test more Tucsonans for COVID-19.

  Fact Finders: Delivery or Take-Out? Food Safety & COVID-19

Authorities do not believe COVID-19 is spread through food, though you should always wash your hands before and after eating or handling food.

  Fact Finders: Co-parenting and COVID-19

Navigating parenting time can be confusing and stressful during the coronavirus pandemic.

Tucson police search for ‘vulnerable adult’ last seen near Menlo Park

The 80-year-old man was last seen near west Congress Street and south Linda Avenue.

  Small businesses look for help during COVID-19 closures

Even with talks of aid, some business owners are having a hard time finding help.

Gov. Doug Ducey orders all salons, barbershops to close, redefining essential businesses

It's a change from the governor's stance earlier in the week.

  Robocalls advertising fake coronavirus-related products and bogus deals

Robocalls have turned from the usual social security fraud scams to coronavirus-related messages. The FTC says some are peddling fake products, and others are looking to cash in on stimulus checks.

UPDATE: Tucson woman attacked by coyote

The bite did not break the skin since the woman was wearing a coat.

Fort Huachuca reports installation’s first confirmed case of COVID-19

Cochise County resident who works on Fort Huachuca is county’s fifth confirmed case.

  COVID-19 TOWN HALL: Gov. Ducey discusses salons, schools, stay-at-home order

During Thursday night’s virtual town hall, Gov. Doug Ducey and Arizona Department of Health Services Director Dr. Cara Christ answered questions from Arizona residents about the coronavirus pandemic.

PCSD see increase in hiker rescues; reminds public to plan for safety

These calls have ranged from medical emergencies to lost hikers.

Area shelters urge pet owners to make plans in wake of COVID-19 crisis

There are several ways you can help our local shelters.

  Sunnyside provides free breakfast, lunch and WiFi

Twenty-eight buses have been equipped with mobile hotspots.

No injuries reported in east-side apartment fire, residents alerted by smoke alarm

The fire happened just before 10 p.m. in an apartment in the 10200 block of East Speedway Boulevard.

  Pima County Health Department opens nearly 20 equipment donation drop-off sites

Nearly two dozen fire stations are now accepting donations.

  Unemployment claims skyrocket in Arizona

There are long wait times, busy signals and frustrated customers at the DES amid COVID-19 outbreak.

Pima County Sheriff’s Department searches for bank robbery suspect

Authorities say a man fled the scene after robbing a Chase Bank on Sunrise Drive.

  Here’s how small businesses affected by COVID-19 can get financial help

Small business loans and assistance are available to help during COVID-19 closures.

County releases new website with list of local businesses open for takeout

Pimaeats complies a list of local eateries open for takeout orders.

Police: Missing Phoenix woman found

Arizona DPS said Hedy Osborn, 76, was found.

Caliber supports medical professionals with complimentary hotel stays during COVID-19 outbreak

Caliber has offered a minimum of five free rooms per property per night.

WBCA tabs Aari McDonald as an all-American

She is Arizona’s first WBCA All-American in school history.

LIST: Changes to religious services in Pima County during COVID-19

If you know of any other service changes, email our newsroom at desk@kold.com.

Catholic liturgies for Holy Week to be streamed online

Here is the schedule of online liturgies to be livestreamed.

Nissan recalls over 250K vehicles to replace Takata air bags

The vehicles have air bags with volatile ammonium nitrate that can explode with too much force and hurl shrapnel.

  Social Security recipients will automatically receive stimulus check

The Treasury announced in a reversal Wednesday, that Social Security beneficiaries who typically do not file a tax return will automatically receive the $1,200 payment.