UArizona fraternity moves seasonal warehouse supplies for Tucson nonprofit

TKE moved the semi-trailer full of winter donations from the storage container into the showroom and moved the summer items into storage for the season.

  Rough transcript of first Trump-Zelenskiy call released

  Tucson, Northwest, Golder Ranch fire join forces

  KOLD INVESTIGATES: Portable classroom crisis for Tucson Unified

  Charges dropped against teen in rough arrest

  KOLD CARES: Teaching kindness to kids with the Ben’s Bells project

UPDATE: Authorities identify two killed in crash on Shannon Road in Oro Valley

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Dave Grohl rocks it on Sesame Street for show’s 50th season

Oro Valley residents want recall election for mayor, vice mayor

Trump wants Supreme Court to block subpoena for his taxes

Man arrested after TPD sign found vandalized downtown

Washington is the latest to allow people to change their gender designation to ‘X’ on driver licenses

TRAFFIC: Where to watch for road work

UPDATE: MVD services restored after computer outage

Repairs are underway though there is no estimated time for completion.

Registered sex offender sentenced to 173.5 years for violations with underage victims

Detectives launched an investigation and found videos and images of child pornography on Winkler’s cellphone.

Renovations complete; tournaments now a possibility for Randolph handball courts

WPH hopes game will grow in popularity

PICKLE TRIVIA: 15 fascinating facts about pickles in honor of National Pickle Day

Nov. 14 is National Pickle Day. I swear, there really is a holiday for everything, but pickles are more fascinating than you probably thought.

Pima Community College receives $6M in federal grants

Scientists need 10,000 pets for largest-ever dog study of its kind

  University of Arizona ready to open state’s first public veterinary college

  Willcox residents get ready for Boeing’s new space capsule

Tucson Police Department responds to shooting at downtown Eegee’s

UPDATE: Hit-and-run crash on east side turns fatal

Motorcyclist dies in crash near Reid Park

Tucson police said collision happened near Broadway and Alvernon

  WATCH: Teenage quadruple amputee wrestled to ground by deputy

An investigation has been launched after a Pima County deputy wrestled a teenage quadruple amputee to the ground during an arrest.

  Teens to bike 17 hours for an El Tour de Tucson indoor record

The teens plan on peddling for 17 hours to set a new El Tour indoor record.

  Brooke’s Bargains: Stream fatigue

The new Disney Plus, which launched Nov. 12, is creating buzz with content from Disney franchises like Star Wars and Marvel.

  Thief steals computers, school supplies from school for autistic children

The thief made off with myriad school supplies.

  Disney Plus racks up 10 million subscribers, adds warning to some older shows

Disney Plus is projected to reach up to 90 million global subscribers by 2025.

  Diplomats accuse Trump as impeachment hits Americans’ TVs

Wednesday’s account from a pair of career diplomats was a striking though complicated one that Democrats say reveals a president abusing his office, and the power of American foreign policy, for personal political gain.

Narwhal: 10-week-old puppy with tail on its forehead

The extra feature isn't causing any complications.

Police looking to identify suspect in counterfeit checks case

The Pima County Sheriff’s Department is actively investigating this incident and is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect(s).

Alpha Epsilon Pi loses recognition at UArizona

The university says the fraternity violated the Student Code of Conduct related to hazing, health and safety.

  After horrific crash, Tucson cyclist searches for stolen bicycle

The bike, affectionately named Red Robin, went missing early Sunday

  PCSD: Home burglary suspects take off on bikes

Cameras catch suspects entering through unlocked gate

  Hundreds head to Tucson to avoid country’s arctic temperatures

Other travelers nationwide still faced delays as temperatures dipped and road conditions worsened.

Street sign typo garners attention on Reddit communities

When 19th Street out-19 itself.

  School psychologists help students cope in and out of the classroom

Arizona School Psychology Week honors the psychologists who help students stay on track.

Tucson fire responds to blaze at Glow Zone Mini Golf

This is the second fire at the business in the last 24 hours.

Two die in crash on northwest side of Tucson

North Silverbell Road was closed for several hours following the crash.

Aztecs men’s soccer earns at-large bid for NJCAA Division I Tournament

This will be the Aztecs’ third straight trip to the NJCAA Tournament and its sixth in nine years.

State of AZ may owe you up to $86,000 in unclaimed property

$2.3 million remains unclaimed, with $86,034 due to single owner

JOB FAIRS: Who’s hiring in southern Arizona

Employers holding job fairs to fill open positions.

  Split Supreme Court appears ready to allow Trump to end DACA

Sharply at odds with liberal justices, the Supreme Court’s conservative majority seemed ready Tuesday to allow the Trump administration to abolish protections that permit 660,000 immigrants to work in the U.S., free from the threat of deportation.

  Downtown business groups collecting coats

Donations will be distributed by Gospel Rescue Mission

Strange lights seen over Phoenix

So far, there is no explanation

  Wood whittling groups donate creations to veterans

Southern Arizona Woodworkers Association donates canes to veterans at least once a year

  Family hopes to bring World War II soldier’s remains back home

Querl was laid to rest in in the Manila American Cemetery in the Philippines, formerly known as the Fort McKinley Cemetery. Family members said Ida always regretted the decision to not bring her son home.

Police determine no credible threat at Sahuaro High School

TUSD says there will be extra security on campus as a preliminary precaution for student’s safety.

  Veterans parade marks 100th year for holiday

Just about 100 entrants vied for prizes for best float, motorcycle group, marching band or honor guard.

UPDATE: Road open after large fuel leak in midtown Tucson

Authorities say the injuries sustained in the crash are non life-threatening.

  SAFETY FIRST: A Mountain finally goes car-free

Mondays are now 'no cars allowed,' a new initiative after a cyclist was hit and killed by a driver last year.

  Tucsonans support veterans across the Old Pueblo

On the east side Monday, students at Academy of Tucson Middle School flagged down drivers to stop by their bake sale.

  7 questions with the headliners of DUSK Music Festival

With 15 minutes and a bowl of questions, we sat down with A R I Z O N A the band before they went performed at Dusk Music Festival.

Artist asking community to help recover stolen mural from construction site on Fourth Avenue

The artist is asking the community to help recover the mural after it was stolen on Nov. 8

Arizonans have hand in, eyes on this week’s Supreme Court DACA hearing

DACA was enacted in 2012 under then-President Barack Obama

Fees stolen from honor box at Saguaro National Park

The national park believes this happened sometime between the evening of Oct. 29 and the morning of Oct. 30.

  ‘Plant freak’: Meet the man whose Tucson property is overrun with exotic greenery

Mark Dimmitt takes gardening to a whole new level.

Grant money brings ‘breath of fresh air’ for southern Arizona firefighters

A study by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) found firefighters are 14% more likely to die from cancer compared to the general population.

VETERANS DAY: Events, deals, discounts and more across southern Arizona

Here’s a list of everything happening in southern Arizona

Firefighters extinguish house fire Sunday night in Tucson

Crews with Tucson Fire Department responded to a duplex on fire Sunday night.

  Elementary school sweethearts get engaged at former school

Siddle got on one knee, and Davis said yes to forever to her elementary school sweetheart.

  Many gather at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument to protest border wall construction

People held signs, banners, and some even wore costumes to protest border wall construction.

Crash involving motorcyclist in midtown results in life-threatening injuries

Police say there were no signs of impairment and speed does not appear to be a factor.

  Two structures lost, two vehicles damaged after fire in Bisbee

The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

  Members of community attacked in Mexico flee, doubt they’ll return

More than 100 people left their rural community in northern Mexico on Saturday in an 18-vehicle caravan after the attack Monday in which nine women and children were killed by what authorities say were hit men from drug cartels.

Man charged with unwanted sexual contact with passenger aboard Charlotte flight

A man whose actions forced an American Airlines flight from Charlotte to Utah to land in Oklahoma is now facing criminal sexual misconduct charges involving a female passenger.

  PCSD sergeant lives his skydiving dream

Not even a brain tumor can stop this sergeant from living his dreams.

UPDATE: Lanes open as collision slows westbound traffic on Interstate 10, one person sent to hospital

It's unclear where exactly the crash happened or who was involved.

  Sabino Canyon launches new electric shuttle system

Emission-free shuttles make Sabino Canyon a little greener.

Tucson Fire Department tackles mobile home fire

One structure was destroyed but no injuries were reported.

University of Arizona police welcome a new four-legged officer

Skip will join the explosive detection unit team.

  DUSK Music Festival officials turn down the volume amid complaints

The popular festival, held in Amory Park this year, received complaints from nearby residents.

  Clothing sale helps Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Southern Arizona

Shoppers at Buffalo Exchange enjoyed a good deal while supporting a good cause.

  Interstate 10 dust storm early warning system nearly complete

A new pilot program hopes to keep motorists safe during dust storms.

  Central Arizona College rodeo team does Git Up Challenge

The Central Arizona College rodeo team showed off its dance moves in the Git Up Challenge.

Border-state voters poll shows dim view of border policy, Border Patrol

Just over half of voters in southern border states disapprove of the way President Donald Trump is handling border and immigration issues.

TEP warns of scam; calls, texts threaten service shut-off

Utility offers tips to protect yourself

Beluga whale plays fetch with Rugby fans on boat in Arctic Ocean

The Beluga whale was filmed playing fetch with the group of nearby boaters.

Border Patrol arrests 2 Arizona women, 5 migrants in smuggling case

Two of the five Mexican nationals were found inside the car’s trunk.

  AZ Weekend, Nov. 8

Ideas for a fun, fulfilling weekend