Christmas decor thieves can’t steal holiday spirit

Thieves stole Barbara Lewis' Christmas decorations but they didn't steal her spirit.

  Saudi student opens fire at Florida Naval base, killing 3

  Federal tax break for local breweries set to expire in 2020

FBI: Alleged child sex offender may be living in Arizona

‘Two-toed Moe’ the sloth meets new girlfriend named Lightning at Cincinnati zoo

Tucson man gets trapped in chimney of midtown home

Navy sailor who killed 2 at Pearl Harbor shipyard was unhappy with commanders

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  AZ Weekend, Dec. 6

UPDATE: PCC lifts Desert Vista campus lockdown; armed suspect in custody

Officer injured in confrontation during traffic stop

ACTION DAY: Rain expected on Sunday

Winterhaven celebrates 70 years of holiday light displays

Two adults found dead in foothills apartment complex

  Years after daughter’s death, UArizona doctor on mission to treat rare epilepsy

After Shay died, Dr. Hammer wanted to know more than ever what was wrong.

  Delivery driver caught on camera throwing package

“I went and looked and watched the video and I was just dumbfounded by what we saw," Krause said.

Customs and Border Patrol begins Migrant Protection Protocols in Nogales

Officials detained nine people who arrived at the Port of Nogales using vehicle lanes on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019.

  Food stamp cuts will hit rural communities hardest

Under the new rules approved by the Department of Agriculture, all adults who are childless and not disabled between the ages of 18 and 49 must work 20 hours a week or spend 20 hours in a job training program

  Garden of Gethsemane to get new security measures

  Men’s chorus performs to inform

  Northwest Fire District opens new station

  Democrats say Trump impeachment charges must come swiftly

’Narwhal’ staying with rescue; role as therapy dog

  Border agents, Mexican police discover smuggling tunnel in Nogales

  Disney releases new trailer for live-action ‘Mulan’ remake

While we shouldn’t expect the grand musical numbers from the animated version, the new trailer released Thursday morning makes several nods to our favorite songs.

  Facebook group helps put alleged online sexual predators behind bars

The Eloy Police Department landed an arrest thanks to the help from a truck driver.

  County to set aside funds for road improvements

The budget to fix roads across Pima County is limited, but board supervisors are coming up with plan to help fund the effort.

  Congested traffic at border ports of entry impacts local economy, business owners say

Nogales business owners are worried the delays at border crossings will negatively effect their profits.

Lawmakers introduce bill they hope will help new parents

The “Advancing Support for Working Families Act" would allow families to get an advance of up to $5,000 for the child tax credit in the first year after a birth or adoption.

Rock legends make a comeback in upcoming nation-wide tour

Mötley Crüe, Poison, Def Leppard and Joan Jett are set to take the stage for four months next year.

UPDATE: Motorcycle crash on Tucson’s west side turns fatal

The collision happened at the intersection of Flowing Wells Rd. and Kleindale Rd.

  Arizona’s top cop allegedly caught speeding, gets off with just a warning

Arizona Department of Public Safety Director Col. Frank Milstead was allegedly caught going more than 90 mph and got away with only a warning, according to AZ Family.

UPDATE: Tucson police detain two suspects involved in midtown shooting

Police investigating a shooting near Glenn Street.

Bill would require Arizona students say Pledge of Allegiance

Schools would also be required to set aside at least a minute each day for “quiet reflection and moral reasoning.”

Sunnyside High School administrators confiscate firearm from student

No one injured and classed were not interrupted.

  Profs make impeachment case; Democrats say they’re all in

Lawmakers accuse Trump of “openly and indiscriminately” defying the House’s constitutional authority to conduct the impeachment proceedings by instructing officials not to comply with subpoenas for documents and testimony.

How essential oils can make your pet sick

Essential oil diffusers are popular Christmas presents but they can make your pet sick!

UPDATE: Roads open after pedestrian collision in midtown Tucson

Police are asking drivers to avoid the area.

One person deceased after fatal pedestrian collision

Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call 88-CRIME.

  Students make their mark at Walter Douglas

As construction on new school continues, students allowed to sign beam

Bearizona kicks off Wild Wonderland holiday attraction Dec. 6

Wild Wonderland is a family-friendly event where guests can stroll among 400,000 lights illuminating the pine trees.

Maroon 5, Meghan Trainor to play in Phoenix in May 2020

Maroon 5 and Meghan Trainor will play in Phoenix in May 2020.

  Rural Metro responds to house fire near Sabino Canyon

The residents woke up to smoke alarms and a house filled with smoke, but were able to safely evacuate.

  007: MGM releases 1st trailer for latest Bond film ‘No Time to Die’

MGM and Universal gave a first look at the film Wednesday morning when they released the trailer for the 25th installment in the Bond franchise.

Sushi, salad, cole slaw recalled amid contamination concerns

Trader Joe’s announced on Monday some of its sushi products may have been contaminated with listeria.

JOB FAIRS: Who’s hiring in southern Arizona

Employers holding job fairs to fill open positions.

  Tell Mel: Tattered American flags at Tucson park

KOLD News 13 viewer shares concern over flags' condition at Christopher Columbus Park

  Tucson city council takes stance on Migrant Protection Protocol

Council decided to take a stand against the national policy that would send all migrants awaiting trial to Mexico.

Downtown residents hope to see improvements to DeAnza Park

Residents say the park needs some serious attention from city officials.

East-side fire displaces two, no injuries reported

Fire crews extinguish blaze in about 30 minutes

  Tucson council to continue e-scooter program

Tucson city council will keep e-scooters on the streets for the time being.

COLD CASE: Man found guilty in brutal Tucson homicide

Jose Javier Aleman-Rodriguez was found guilty of first-degree murder in connection with a brutal homicide that happened in Tucson more than seven years ago.

  Cochise County sheriff wants more intel on cross-border investigations

Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels said he isn't getting the information he needs to collaborate with Mexican authorities.

Online threat causes lock down at Sierra Vista school

No one was injured and the lock down ended this afternoon.

GIVING TUESDAY: Here’s a list of organizations to donate to Dec. 3

We are collecting a list of organizations you can donate to for Giving Tuesday.

  Tucson gym raises funds to send 6-year-old with cerebral palsy to equine therapy

The My Gym Foundation is hoping to help send her to therapy, by raising money at their Tucson gym location.

Two Border Patrol agents assaulted within 24 hour period

Phoenix man and Guatemalan national arrested

BOOM: Controlled detonations Tuesday morning at Davis-Monthan

Airmen at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base will handle some controlled detonations the morning of Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Dorothy Flood accepts plea deal in deaths of grandsons

Admitted to shooting the victims twice each

WATCH: Shark knocks 7-year-old surfer off his board

A 7-year-old boy was surfing with his dad in Florida when a shark appeared to knock him off his surfboard.

  Many ways to give back on Giving Tuesday

There are several options for helping your community

  Phase 4: Marvel releases first ‘Black Widow’ trailer

Before the sun even came up, Marvel released the first trailer for Scarlett Johansson’s solo film “Black Widow.”

  ‘It doesn’t take much to be a good neighbor’; Tucson man hopes to prevent package theft

Deputy James Allerton says even in broad daylight, thieves will swoop in and grab a package if the opportunity presents itself.

  ‘Snow’ other way to spend a Monday, a taste of winter on Mt. Lemmon

Those who live and work on the mountain do want to remind people to take their trash with them after they leave.

  Regina Romero sworn in as Tucson’s first woman mayor

One of her first orders of business will be ask the council to pass a memorial condemning the Trump administration’s immigration policies and asking Washington to provide funding to Tucson’s migrant effort.

  Living near an Amazon distribution center on Cyber Monday

Several neighbors living on the streets directly behind and close to the center shared concerns with KOLD News 13 about congested streets and hypothetical problems of what might happen if emergency agencies couldn’t pass through all the commercial and personal vehicles.

UPDATE: Missing Tucson man found safe at mall

The Tucson Police Department said Hal Ridley, a 25-year-old who functions as a pre-teen, has been found safe.

Marana Holiday Festival and Christmas Tree Lighting event changing location due to weather forecast

Shuttles will be available for event attendees starting at 2:30 p.m. and ending at 9 p.m.

Tucson man pleads guilty to shooting at ex-girlfriend’s window

After seeing his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend through a window, Anaya shot several times at the bedroom window and duplex.

Tucson Bahama Buck’s offering free “Sno” day Dec. 3

The shaved ice shop will be giving a free Sno up to 12 oz to each guest who visits their location on Tuesday, December 3.

WalletHub: Tucson among least safe cities in country

Tucson is one of the least safe cities in the United States, according to a recent study released by WalletHub.

Need for blood doesn’t stop for holidays – donors needed

Here is a list of upcoming blood donation opportunities for Pima County.

Ally Miller announces she will not seek re-election

Ally Miller has announced she will not be running in the Board of Supervisors District 1 election in a Facebook announcement on Monday.

  Pops Hot Chicken celebrates one year anniversary in Tucson

The staff, online following and support from the community has made this small business shine in it’s first year and Pops saw this anniversary as an opportunity to give back to Tucson.

Portion of Ajo Way/I-19 interchange open again following serious crash

The Interstate 19 on ramp at Ajo was closed following an early morning accident.

Pima County road closures

List of Pima County road closures.

  Rescuers search for girl, 6, missing after truck swept away in Arizona

Four children and two adults got out and were rescued by helicopter, but three children stayed in the truck and it was later swept away.

Watch for snakes as you unpack your holiday decorations

Rattlesnake handlers in the Tucson area have responded to a fair amount of calls recently.

Women in Aviation: Tucson female pilot wins safe flying award

Barbara Harper, a woman in Tucson, AZ flew through glass ceilings and stereotypes to become a commercial pilot and hold many licenses. She was recently awarded the Wright Brother Master Pilot Award.

Traffic backed up after fatal crash on westbound I-10 near Casa Blanca

Authorities say it is unknown at this time as to how many vehicles were involved.

People pack ice rink on opening day in Tucson

Rio Nuevo and the City of Tucson constructed an outdoor ice skating rink that sits in the heart of Downtown Tucson.

UPDATE: Tucson police find missing vulnerable adult

Valerie Quintero, 19, was last seen at her downtown Tucson home.