Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tests negative after positive test before Trump visit

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive Thursday for the coronavirus just ahead a planned meeting with President Donald Trump.

  TFD expands wild land firefighting program

‘See you in court’: ACLU files nearly 400 cases versus Trump

Catalina Highway closed following rollover collision

  Protesters take to the southern border, calling for immigration policy change

Much of Arizona seeing moderate or severe drought conditions

  Man finds baby cougar in Colombia

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State health department outlines COVID-19 benchmarks for returning to the classroom

Need a free COVID-19 test? Here’s how

  Update: Cochise County authorities capture bomb suspect in Benson

Tucson Pops Orchestra gives performance updates following COVID-19 closures

Country star Kane Brown appears in selfie with employee at Virginia travel center

Much of Arizona seeing moderate or severe drought conditions

  Back-to-back suits seek to dissolve NRA, its charitable arm

New York Attorney General Letitia James said Thursday her office is suing to dissolve the National Rifle Association, saying its leaders exploited it for personal gain.

California county OKs legal enforcement of health orders

Leaders in one California county have approved the use of restraining orders and other enforcement actions against individuals and businesses who refuse to comply with orders to control the spread of the coronavirus.

Arizona Chamber of Commerce, state medical association launches health campaign for businesses

Be Safe, Be Open AZ! is an initiative geared toward helping businesses keep their communities healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Oro Valley releases approved budget for new fiscal year

Oro Valley Town Council approved the adoption of the final budget for fiscal year 2020/2021 in a meeting last month.

Mexico resort pulls controversial ‘anything goes’ tourism ad

Man accused of firing shots at pursuing police officers

Police: Florida man spit in face of boy who refused to remove mask

OSIRIS-REx prepares for final rehearsal before fall touchdown on asteroid

Cheetos Mac ‘n’ Cheese comes out this weekend

UArizona to offer four options for learning in fall while closely monitoring data

Signs of wildlife, plant life emerge after Bighorn Fire

AZ Game & Fish spotted a white-tailed deer and an Arizona black rattlesnake.

Tucson police search for midtown hit-and-run suspect

Anyone with information on the collision should call 88-CRIME.

  Bride in Beirut wedding photo shoot speaks about explosion

Video captured the special moment turning into chaos, as the bride can later be seen being whisked away into a building.

Krispy Kreme thanks teachers with free doughnut

Krispy Kreme will be giving out free doughnuts and coffee to teachers next week for Educator Appreciation Week.

  1.2 million seek jobless aid after $600 federal check ends

Nearly 1.2 million laid-off Americans applied for state unemployment benefits last week, evidence that the coronavirus keeps forcing companies to slash jobs just as a critical $600 weekly federal jobless payment has expired.

Protesters gather at border in Nogales in support of right to asylum

People turn out for protest on both sides of border

New interactive map helps Arizonans access the internet statewide

The map shows free hotspots and wifi across the state.

Arizona State Parks holding photo contest, selecting one winner

Participants have until Oct. 16, 2020 to submit their photos.

UArizona Health Sciences researcher studies statins for stroke therapy

Every year in the United States, about 800,000 people experience a stroke.

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

List of active road projects in the Tucson area.

Bank of America signs agreement with Department of Labor to help nursing parents

An investigation found the bank had not given parents adequate space or time for parents to nurse at work.

Mobile COVID-19 testing sites to open across Pima County

Some sites will be open starting Aug. 11.

AZ investigating ‘hundreds of thousands’ of unemployment claims for fraud

Federal officials point to a suspected fraud ring targeting the nation’s unemployment systems, as federal unemployment assistance boosted claims by $600 a week.

  Arizona reports 4,002 deaths from COVID-19; 480 in Pima County

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

Prescott Valley infant suffers serious dog bite, flown to Phoenix hospital

He is reported to be in stable condition now.

Students in Surprise school exposed to porn in virtual classroom

Student using a fake email address shared an inappropriate video.

  Rockettes cancel Christmas show due to coronavirus pandemic

All tickets sold for the 2020 show will be automatically refunded.

TFD responds to apartment fire in midtown

Fire began on second floor of the complex.

  Parents, educators split on kids returning to classrooms

Wednesday night, several educators and parents took the streets of Tucson for another Motor March. This time, participants called on Governor Doug Ducey to require all schools in Arizona stay online, at least until certain benchmarks are met.

  More than 700 Tucson inmates have tested positive for COVID-19

517 of those inmates have been housed in one dormitory-style unit.

  Family of man who died in TPD custody speaks out

The family of Jesus "Junior" Gutierrez said they do not blame police for what happened.

Tucson man charged with 1st degree murder after fatal stabbing

A Tucson man is behind bars following a deadly stabbing just north of Ruthrauff Rd

  Proposal to disband Minneapolis police blocked from ballot

Members of the city's Charter Commission expressed concern that the process to change the city's charter was being rushed after George Floyd died following an encounter with police.

MVD system glitches affecting customer service in AZ

The Arizona Department of Transportation's Motor Vehicle Division is facing a series of issues that are impacting customer service.

  Primary election sees moderate turnout

In the Pima County Attorney’s race, progressive Laura Conover defeated two challengers.

  Save Our Stages Act looks to help struggling entertainment venues

For now, theaters like the Fox remain dark, but there’s hope for the future that it will be filled with music and people once again.

  Boys and Girls Club increases hours for working parents

The Boys and Girls Club of Tucson has been a saving grace to many families in the community.

  Some food assistance programs to end, help is still available

The Community Food Bank said they have seen a 40 percent increase in people using their services.

FBI raids California home of YouTube star Jake Paul

FBI agents including a SWAT team have raided the home of YouTube star Jake Paul.

Department of Public Safety, Cochise County Sheriff’s Office respond to ‘situation’ in Benson

Details are limited but traffic near Ocotillo Avenue and Fourth Street in Benson might be delayed.

Border Patrol detains more than 30 in raid at humanitarian aid camp

Border Patrol previously raided Byrd camp in 2017, which predates Dr. Scott Warren’s arrest for providing humanitarian aid to two individuals.

  WATCH: Paddleboarding goat in Idaho

Goat in Idaho likes to paddle across water with her owner.

Local First Arizona to begin virtual sustainability workshops for small businesses

The program runs until April 2021.

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

Employers holding job fairs to fill open positions.

  Negligence probed in deadly Beirut blast amid public anger

The Lebanese government says it is putting an unspecified number of Beirut port officials under house arrest pending an investigation into how 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate came to be stored at the port for years.

Social media stress rising country-wide, experts say set limits

During this unprecedented time, new research shows our social media habits i our country are changing due to increased tensions related to the pandemic, politics and race relations.

Cuomo takes over governors group as virus batters states

Elevated profile could help National Governors Association become more influential.

Court reverses order to shut down Dakota Access pipeline

A federal appeals court on Wednesday, Aug. 5, reversed a judge’s order that shut down the Dakota Access pipeline pending a full environmental review.

Five suspects arrested in July homicide investigation, all under 21

On Wednesday, Aug 5., the Pima County Sheriff’s Department arrested 5 suspects in a homicide investigation that began in mid July. All suspects are under 21 years of age.

President Trump holding Arizona as model for COVID-19 pandemic

Gov. Ducey is meeting with the Council of Governors and other health officials during his visit to Washington.

  Gov. Ducey meets with White House officials about COVID-19

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is at the White House this week to meet with President Donald Trump and the White House Coronavirus Task Force.

Bank of America glitch; accounts show $0 balance

The bank said it’s trying to address the problem as quickly as possible.

University of Arizona hosts three-part webinar on impacts of Bighorn Fire

Fire on the Mountain: Understanding Tucson’s Bighorn Fire is a three-part series detailing the impacts of the fire.

PACC offers COVID-19 resources to pet parents during pandemic

The shelter offers medical care and pet food to those in need.

Get free coloring book copies for Smokey Bear’s birthday

The book is aimed to educate its coloring artists about fire science using intricate line drawing.

  ELECTION CENTRAL: Martha McSally advances, will battle Mark Kelly for Senate seat in November

Results for all southern Arizona races can be found in this story.

Tucson Fire Department responds to fire in east-side neighborhood

No one was injured.

Davis-Monthan holds training exercises for real-world rescues

This search and rescue exercise provides realistic CSAR training in contested, degraded and operationally limited environments.

UA developing efficient system to purify waste water

Project funded by $500,000 grant from Department of Energy

Facebook launches its new TikTok clone, Instagram Reels

The company has been testing Reels in Brazil since November and in France, Germany and India since earlier this summer.

UConn becomes 1st FBS team to cancel football season because of coronavirus

UConn canceled its 2020-2021 football season Wednesday, becoming the first FBS program to suspend football because of the coronavirus pandemic, as other schools had taken the Huskies off their schedules and the governor was reluctant to allow UConn to travel to states with high infection rates.

  ‘We are no less American’: Deaths pile up on Texas border

For nearly a month, this borderland of 2 million people in South Texas pleaded for a field hospital, but not until Tuesday was one ready and accepting patients.

Whisker Wednesday: PACC hosts online adoption event

The event starts Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2020, from 12 to 2 p.m.

Biden will not go to Milwaukee to accept Democratic presidential nomination

Joe Biden will not travel to Milwaukee to accept the Democratic presidential nomination because of concerns over the coronavirus, party officials said Wednesday, signaling a move to a convention that essentially has become entirely virtual.

  Major cruise lines cancel departures through October

With new coronavirus clusters sprouting aboard ships overseas, the U.S. cruise industry is extending its suspension of operations through October

McSally challenges Kelly to 7 debates as Arizona Senate race heats up

McSally said she'll accept three debate invitations from media outlets in Phoenix and Tucson and wants to pursue three others in rural areas of the state, along with one televised nationally.

Teen Lifeline seeing increase in calls in Arizona during pandemic

Teen Lifeline reports a 6% increase in calls and texts in the month of June.

  Homeless among most vulnerable during COVID-19 pandemic

This might be the worst time to be homeless in America, and the nation may not have seen the worst of it yet.