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Here’s how you can step up to plate with Congressional Baseball Game for Charity canceled

Registration open for Boys & Girls Clubs

  Fireman Robb hopes new tune helps prevent drownings, keeps spirits afloat

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

  Several Memorial Day services canceled as ceremonies move online

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CVS expands drive-thru test site locations, 6 in Tucson area

  Health leaders advise on when to wear and when not to wear face masks

  TUSD asking parents and students to take back-to-school survey following COVID-19 closures

Phoenix Sky Harbor to require face masks starting June 1

Deals and freebies for healthcare, frontline workers in southern Arizona

  Tucson parks, facilities to remain closed another three weeks

Tucson venue offers drive-in movies

Cactus Drive-In bringing its pop-up theater to Medella Vina Ranch

  TUSD extends emergency childcare services

Children of grocery store employees, food bank workers now accepted

  Catalina Foothills High School creates unique way to celebrate graduation

All 415 graduates will experience traditional moments in non-traditional fashion

  Some entertainment venues reopening soon, others holding off

Different attractions taking different approaches to coming back

Keller Williams Southern Arizona, Realty Worldwide hosting donation drive

Reid Park Zoo asks community to take reopening survey

Grand Canyon National Park increasing access to South Rim viewpoints

  Tucson gym reopens to public following sanitation protocols

Pima County libraries to reopen with limited services

KOLD honored with two regional Murrow Awards

  Steps to support kids’ development before heading back to school in fall

Students experience stress from disruption of daily routines

  SUSD offers online summer school options for students

Summer school is just a few weeks away

Health officials ramp up COVID-19 testing with the ‘Arizona Testing Blitz’

Arizona state health officials have announced the launch of a “testing blitz” in our state, with a goal of testing between 30,000-60,000 people over three weekends.

Diocese of Tucson to hold food drive May 11-16

If you are unable to shop, you can make a donation to the Catholic Community Services COVID-19 Relief Fund.

  Tucson group steps up to help teachers prepare for next school year

Treasures 4 Teachers of Tucson making sure teachers feel prepared for returning students.

Salvation Army in need of donations for Operation Chill Out

Accepting donations of unopened bottled water, sunscreen, lip balm, hats, umbrellas, sunglasses and light-colored clothing, as well as time from volunteers.

  Group gives gift cards to veterans negatively affected by COVID-19

Tucson Veterans Serving Veterans is taking action to help service members.

  Community Food Bank serves over 1,000 families at Kino Stadium

Workers said they had enough food and supplies for any neighbor in need.

  Super flower moon is coming this week

Thursday morning’s super flower moon is the third straight super moon of the year.

  Costco requiring customers to wear face masks starting Monday; also limiting the amount of meat at purchase

Costco is adding several new policies for its customers, and people will soon have to wear face masks if they want to shop at one of its locations.

  YMCA offers childcare option for parents heading back to work

With elective surgeries starting again and some businesses re-opening, many people need to find someone to watch their kids.

PCC hosting virtual town hall for students

Pima administrators will take students' questions Friday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

  OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Tucson-area restaurants, businesses still open during coronavirus pandemic

Here's a list of local restaurants offering deals and discounts.

  Tucson businesses get help expanding online

The city of Tucson, Women's Business Center, YWCA, SCORE Southern Arizona, Octavia Social Media Strategies and the Small Business Association are partnering to provide webinars.

PACC accepting donations to help pets and families

Seven Goodwill locations are participating pet donations.

  COVID-19 survivors asked to donate plasma

Antibodies from COVID-19 survivors can help people currently fighting the virus.

  First responders hold food drive to help low-income families

Donations being accepted at Oro Valley Hospital until noon.

KOLD News 13 COVID-19 Fact Finders: Submit your questions, we will get you the answers

The KOLD News 13 COVID-19 Fact Finders team is here to answer your questions.

Tucson restaurant launches fundraising website Tamales for Heroes

The family’s website will be a portal to allow those interested in purchasing tamales to be donated to area hospitals.

  Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson finding new ways to provide for kids during pandemic

Clubs using $20,000 grant to offer special day camp programs for kids of essential employees and healthcare workers.

Tucson Proud: Southern Arizona teachers sending words of encouragement, support to their students

KOLD News 13 is giving southern Arizona teachers a chance to send messages of encouragement and support to their students.

  COVID-19 poses challenge for foster group homes

Four Tucson agencies that have group homes have created an Amazon wish list of useful items.

  Foster care children feel the effects of COVID-19

The stay-at-home order is forcing children to be stuck inside and be separated from their communities.

Fourth Avenue launches bonus gift card program

The gift cards are for specific merchants on Fourth Avenue.

  No health insurance after losing your job? Here are your options

Staggering unemployment numbers mean many have lost health coverage during this pandemic.

Pima County Dislocated Workers Hotline offers job training, other resources

As businesses continue to lay off workers as a result of COVID-19, many across southern Arizona are looking to get back on their feet.

MVD to shut down for four days beginning at 5 p.m. Friday

The new system will broaden the number and type of services available online any time.

  Truck drivers shown appreciation with free sack lunch in Tucson

Every $5 donation pays for one trucker driver’s meal.

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

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

COVID-19 Fact Finders: Answering Your Questions

We highlighted common questions from you and answered them with information from the Center for Disease Control.

  Families looking to Facebook groups for homeschooling resources, ideas

Staying calm while teaching at home

Fiat Chrysler recalls pickups, SUVs to fix windshield wipers

The recall covers certain 2019 and 2020 Ram 1500, 1500 Classic pickups and Jeep Compass SUVs.

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.

If didn’t file your taxes, here’s how you can apply for a stimulus check

People who don’t have to file taxes and those who haven’t filed in a while can still get a stimulus check.

  Stimulus payments from IRS start next week

The first funds will go to people who have filed tax returns for the last two years and have authorized direct deposit.

Tucson Proud: Getting Through COVID-19 Together

We need your help to spread a little good news during these trying times.

HIRING NOW: Website helps workers, employers find each other

A new website called Pipeline AZ was launched April 9 to help people find work quickly.

  Tucson organization launches wellness resource center for community

As many of us are sheltering in place amid the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re all looking for a little peace and support for our families.

Tucson-area school districts providing free meals to children

With Arizona schools closed through Friday, March 27, districts in the Tucson area are offering free meals to students.

  MUSD offers support to parents, students learning at home

School closures due to COVID-19 have turned parents and guardians around the world into homeschoolers.

  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

Closure because of COVID-19 has been devastating

Nearly 1,000 nonprofits register for Arizona Gives Day 2020

There are two ways to donate to Arizona nonprofits

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.

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

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

  Sunnyside provides free breakfast, lunch and WiFi

Twenty-eight buses have been equipped with mobile hotspots.

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.

  Need a job? Dozens of businesses currently hiring despite the virus

While many of our neighbors are out of a job, dozens of companies across southern Arizona are hiring despite the virus.

FDA wants heartburn meds off the market due to contamination

The move from the Food and Drug Administration Wednesday applies to all prescription and over-the-counter versions of ranitidine, best known by the brand name Zantac.

  Keeping a positive mental attitude during extended quarantine

With COVID-19 guidelines in place until April 30, we’re all handling the situation in different ways.

  How to maintain healthy relationships under quarantine

As most of us are “practicing social distancing” and “sheltering in place,” many are feeling a bit restless.

  Officials warn against flushing wipes

Many ‘flushable’ items do not break down, causing clogged toilets and problems for sewers and septic systems.

  Tucson restaurants work to stay afloat through curbside, takeout services

Local businesses are staying open with the help of loyal customers

This is how much money you could get from the stimulus bill

The income levels are based on tax returns for 2019. For those who have not yet filed their taxes, it will be based on 2018 returns.

Krispy Kreme offering free donuts to doctors, nurses

Krispy Kreme will be offering free donuts to doctors and nurses every Monday until May.

  CDC releases asthma action plan

Springtime allergies complicate fight against COVID-19

  School districts provide ‘grab and go’ meals to students

Meals will be distributed Monday through Friday through April 10

Sierra Vista suspending transit service

Paratransit service will continue for customers with disabilities