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UPDATE: Sheriff’s department identifies victim of apartment shooting

The initial call was made around 11:30 p.m. from an apartment complex in the 7300 block of North Mona Lisa Road.

  Firefighters, police respond to flames near UArizona campus

UPDATE: Man arrested after walking away from hospital following double fatal crash on Synder Road

  How Sunnyside and UArizona hope to train, keep teachers in Tucson

UPDATE: Tucson man accused of fatally stabbing older sister

  Loved ones remember pedestrian hit and killed on New Year’s Day

Big name boosts morale on ASARCO picket line

Continued Coverage

Help for the homeless ahead of freezing temps overnight in Tucson

UPDATE: Traffic moving after crash closed westbound I-10 near Picacho Peak

UPDATE: Missing woman found safe in Tucson

  The Angel House: Tucson woman goes above, beyond with Christmas decorations

  Christmas shoppers still dashing to cash register

UPDATE: Multi-car crash northwest of Tucson

TPD: Woman shot in midtown Tucson

Police in Tucson responded to a report of gunshots in midtown near Roger Road and Stone Avenue on Saturday, December 21.

  Survivors, firefighters remember deadly Pioneer Hotel fire four decades later

Four decades later, residents and survivors remember the deadliest fire in Tucson's history.

  In a house not too far away, one Star Wars collection is out of this world

This collection has everything, action figures, magazines and even a costume.

  Grieving couple gives gift of time to say goodbye

A Fort Huachuca family recently donated a piece of medical equipment designed to give families more time to say goodbye.

  World Axe Throwing Championship wraps up in Marana

  Tucson council to continue e-scooter program

BOOM: Controlled detonations Tuesday morning at Davis-Monthan

Watch for snakes as you unpack your holiday decorations

Women in Aviation: Tucson female pilot wins safe flying award

People pack ice rink on opening day in Tucson

U.S. Postal Service to open some locations on Sundays to make holiday shipping more convenient

Some USPS locations across Arizona will be open during the weekends during the holiday season.

ASARCO strikers enjoy Thanksgiving dinner on the picket line

Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate our blessings with family and friends, but for ASARCO workers on strike, the holiday is filled with uncertainty.

Both Wildcat teams win again on the hardwood

Both the University of Arizona men’s and women’s basketball teams remain undefeated Sunday night.

  Dog back home and safe after hours in Sabino Canyon

After escaping from a dog sitter, Scout was found on the edge of a cliff in Sabino Canyon. Now, the dog is back with his family.

  Missing dog rescued from cliff near Sabino Canyon, reunited with its family

Deputies and search volunteers found Kanto near the Blackett's Ridge trail.

UPDATE: Missing autistic teen found safe in Tucson

Aaron Thomas, 17, is back with is family in Tucson.

WILDCATS WIN: Women upset Texas, men win at McKale

Both the men's and women's teams score 83 points in their wins Sunday.

Arizona soccer advances to second round of NCAA tournament

It was a shutout at Mulcahy Soccer Stadium.

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.

Firefighters extinguish house fire Sunday night in Tucson

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

  Clothing sale helps Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Southern Arizona

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

  All Souls Procession brings thousands together in Tucson

30th annual walk memorializes thousands of lost loved ones

  The people behind the painted faces

Tens of thousands of people gathered in downtown Tucson and marched in honor of those who have passed on.

  Student groups give back during University of Arizona homecoming

The lighting of the "A" on Sentinel Peak marked the beginning of Homecoming Week for the University of Arizona

  Wildcats fire defensive coordinator Marcel Yates following loss to Stanford

A day after a 10-point loss to Stanford, the Arizona Wildcats have fired Defensive Coordinator Marcel Yates and Linebackers Coach John Rushing.

Javelinas take over Tubac

Artists paint wild javelinas around Tubac for the Javelina de Tubac project.

FINAL: Another loss on the road for Wildcats

The Wildcats are on the road Saturday afternoon against Stanford.

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

Restaurant closed for repairs on Monday

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.

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.

  UPDATE: Police investigate shooting on Tucson’s east side

One man suffered life-threatening injuries in the shooting.

UPDATE: Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle Saturday night

The driver involved immediately stopped and cooperated with the investigation.

U of A researchers test sexual assault prevention program

Safer Bars teaches how to use humor or distraction to defuse situations

Police roll out X-ray scanners at Arizona football game

Technology helping keep fans safe at Wildcats games

UPDATE: Police identify motorcyclist involved in deadly crash on the east side

Detectives are investigating the deadly crash.

Hundreds attend O’Rourke town hall in Tucson

Democratic Presidential hopeful, Beto O’Rourke, visited Arizona Sunday, hosting town halls in Phoenix and Tucson.

Arizona Wildcats take down the Buffs in Colorado

The Wildcats traveled north to take on the Buffs in a Saturday afternoon game.

FBI arrests former AZDPS employee assigned to southern Arizona

The former AZDPS employee was booked into the Pima County jail Saturday.

JUST IN: TFD extinguishes flames in midtown

Firefighters put out the flames in about 15 minutes Saturday night.

El Casino Ballroom hosts mariachi festival to raise money for expansion

The iconic El Casino Ballroom is trying to get back to its former size. After a windstorm damaged a portion of the building in 1991, the Ballroom is fundraising to rebuild, decades later.

From hospital bed to classroom, teen in southern AZ shares vaping story with students

The CDC has the updated number of confirmed and probable cases of lung disease associated with e-cigarette product use, or vaping.

Ex-boyfriend accused of assault on Tucson’s east side

A suspect wanted for attempted second-degree murder turned himself in to police in Tucson over the weekend.

  Family still seeks answers in deadly hit and run; fundraising for billboard

After a hit-and-run killed their son in January 2019, his family hope putting a billboard up and raising reward money will lead to answers.

  UPDATE: Camera, employee witness suspect rob baby store in Tucson

Crooks get hundreds of dollars in merchandise

  Tucson bike store already feeling effects of new tariffs

15 percent U.S. taxes apply to about $112 billion of Chinese imports

  Red Cross of Southern Arizona sends volunteers to Dorian

Two Tucson volunteers are heading to Alabama to help with Hurricane Dorian relief and aid.

One dead in Cochise County crash

State Route 80 between State Route 90 and Mule Mountain Tunnel shutdown after wreck

  UPDATE: Tucson couple finds baby bobcats in front yard

Homeowner looking for a FedEx package opens the door to find a delivery of a different kind

Morning duplex fire leaves two people homeless

No cause yet for a morning fire on Tucson's east side

  Pedestrian deaths in Tucson on record pace

Tucson Police say 23 pedestrians have died so far this year, compared to 18 at this time last year

Scooter ride-share to begin in September

The long-anticipated debut of the urban solo ride-share program will be available for rent on city streets beginning Thursday, September 12, 2019

  Marana Police Department using grant to upgrade systems

AZTraCS will allow officers to scan registrations and licenses.

  Tucson set to move on green infrastructure plan

City leaders will begin to tackle next week how to pay for their new green infrastructure plan.

The Border Beat

KOLD keeps you up to date on who's getting busted at the U.S.-Mexico border

Authorities: Tucson murder suspects had help in escape

The U.S. marshal for Arizona says a couple suspected of murder escaped by tying up two security guards, who were stuck inside a prison transport van near the Utah state line for hours

  Earth camp remembers Columbia astronaut, parents

The Laurel Clark Earth Camp will be designed for students to get outside, and explore science in new ways.

  No matter how Tucson general election turns out, it will be historic

If Democrat Regina Romero is elected mayor of Tucson she would be the city's first Hispanic mayor since 1875

  Tucson family honors late son on his birthday by giving back to other children

The Torres-Shelby family holds a toy drive in the baby's honor.

National Park Service turns 103

To celebrate the 103rd birthday of the National Park Service, there was no charge at national parks around the U.S.

  Carey family ready to serve home cookin’ to Tucson

Tucson-born football star Ka'deem Carey made a deal with his mom when he was drafted into the NFL that he'd buy her a house and help open up a restaurant.

  Campus businesses are stocked and staffed for beginning of UA semester

With tens of thousands of students moving back in for the start of another school year, businesses surrounding the University of Arizona are ready for the rush

CBP seizes over 820 pounds of marijuana from 11 illegal aliens near Arivaca

Agents snatched up backpackers Wednesday in a remote, mountainous canyon

  Woman hoarding 58 animals charged with child abuse

Tucson Police arrest 50-year old Kimberly McAndrews whose 15-year old daughter was forced to live in a filthy home with 57 cats and a dog

  CDO parents upset about delay in school threat notification

Parents of children at Canyon del Oro High School are not happy they weren't made aware of a threat against students until 12 hours after it occurred

  UA International students get warm welcome

UA doing all they can to get international students to come to Tucson and once they're here to make them feel at home.

Nogales BP stops Fentanyl smuggler

CBP officers seized the drugs and arrested a 22-year old woman from Mexico, who was then turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Yuma Border Patrol arrests 16 in human smuggling attempts

U.S. Border Patrol agents in Southwest Arizona have had a busy week thwarting human smuggling and drug runs into the United States.

  UPDATE: Sheriff’s department identifies corrections officer who died at Superior Court building

Pima County Sheriff’s Department says Brian Krumm was in secure area when he suffered fatal gun shot injury.