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  KOLD INVESTIGATES: Teachers, staff not required to learn life-saving procedure

Arizona high school students must learn CPR before they can graduate. The same can't be said for teachers and staff at the schools.

Firefighters respond to blaze at Tucson Mall

  Just Between Friends back-to-school sale kicks off today

Motorcyclist identified in fatal collision on Golf Links and Kolb

  UA International students get warm welcome

Authorities need help to find missing Tucson man

Nogales BP stops Fentanyl smuggler

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Yuma Sector Border Patrol rescues pregnant woman lost in desert

Arizona extends tuition rate for students in US illegally

Yuma Border Patrol arrests 16 in human smuggling attempts

  UA, Pima County team up for health education

UPDATE: Computer outages resolved at MVD offices across Arizona

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

Student accused of making threat against Tucson school

The CDO student, a 15-year-old boy, is facing a charge of interference with an educational institution.

UPDATE: Two dead following early morning crash in Oro Valley

The three-vehicle crash happened around 9 a.m. at the intersection of La Canada and Tangerine.

In Louisville, Trump signs order forgiving student-loan debt for disabled veterans

President Donald Trump closed his speech in Louisville on Wednesday by signing an order that will forgive all student-loan debt for many of America’s disabled veterans.

  Moves by big publishers are making e-books harder to get for libraries

As the e-book trend continues to rise, publishers are hoping to cash in, but local libraries said it's hurting their service to the public and could impact their bottom line.

Lightning sparks brush fire, reaching nearly 40 acres in Cochise County

Help wildlife get water relief with one text message

Cindy McCain pens Washington Post op-ed about late husband

New options considered after truckers oppose redundant inspection facilities in Nogales

  EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING: Record heat remains in Tucson forecast

Ex-pitcher says he’s interested in running for House seat

Jury finds Martin Barreras guilty of murder, child abuse

Barreras was found guilty on two of three charges.

  Abandoned house catches fire near midtown

The TFD said they had three fire trucks at the scene and that the cause is still under investigation. There were no injuries to firefighters or people.

UPDATE: Police identify human remains found on south side in suspicious death investigation

Detectives are asking anyone with information in the investigation to call 88-CRIME.

  Tucson workers brave excessive heat to keep city running

Three workers can fill up to 70 potholes in a day, a job which can be tough even with the right preparation.

Arizona officers receive investigations training on animal cruelty and violent crimes in Tucson

The training will cover knowing, interpreting and applying animal cruelty and fighting laws.

Wednesday is deadline to mail ballots for primary election

The city of Tucson is conducting an all ballot-by-mail primary election on Tuesday, Aug. 27, for mayor and council members for Ward 1, Ward 2 and Ward 4.

  Pima County deputies patrolling school zones

PCSD: Slow down, pay attention and wear your seatbelt.

FBI seeks help identifying serial armed bank robber dubbed ‘Red Beard Bandit’

The suspect either showed a handgun or said he was armed with a gun or an explosive device at each robbery.

Pima County GOP will not appeal ruling on sanctuary city challenge

Group now pushing a "NO to Prop 205" campaign.

UPDATE: Suspect identified in check fraud case

The man is currently speaking with detectives.

  Tucson WWII veteran receives Purple Heart

As he recounted old war stories, he said his mind was never on the medals.

Tucson man found guilty of midtown robbery, homicide

He will be sentenced on Oct. 4.

Marana Texas Roadhouse to hold fundraiser for El Paso shooting victims

The fundraiser will be August 22 at the Texas Roadhouse in Marana.

Celebrate Tucson’s 244th birthday at the Presidio museum

The free event will celebrate Tucson’s 244th birthday in the context of the community’s long and rich history.

Tucson birthday stamp winner announced

Congratulations to Nola Gelling, a 12-year-old who attends Khalsa Montessori school.

Rising temps prompt Salvation Army’s Operation Chill Out

The Salvation Army will be at Santa Rita Park (22nd St./4th Ave) providing water and heat relief items for the homeless.

  Banner UMC announces El Tour de Tucson title sponsorship

Banner is the first title sponsor of El Tour since 2017.

Red Cross offers safety tips as students head back to school

“While safety is a top priority for all students, there are special steps for parents of younger kids and those headed to school for the first time.”

SILVER ALERT: Chandler man found safe

He was found safe in Chandler.

  No mailing it in: Postal workers trained to beat the heat

USPS has all of its mail carriers go through mandatory heat-related safety training.

  Northwest Fire investigating condo fire, more than a dozen people without a home

More than a dozen people are without a home after a fire burned through the building Monday evening.

Man pleads guilty nearly 8 years after fatal shooting

He faces at least seven years when he is sentenced Monday, Aug. 26.

Man injured after attempting to extinguish house fire

The man was able to help his pets escape the fire.

Man with criminal history sentenced in fatal stabbing

He was released from prison about two months before fatally stabbing another man.

  Financial expert: ‘Concerns are real’ about possible recession

Recession will happen; the question is when?

Vail man sentenced to two life terms plus 21-years for deadly attack on family

Hernando Enriquez admitted to killing his wife and teenage daughter and trying to kill his son.

Oro Valley police ask for help identifying four suspects in electronics thefts

The men are suspects in thefts at stores in Oro Valley and elsewhere around Tucson.

Jury finds man guilty of deadly shooting in 2018

David Eagle Bear Turner will be sentenced on Sept. 16.

  Group to offer community space at Tucson Mall for creative arts, events

Catalyst Art Center and Maker Space to open in October.

One person displaced by fire outside apartment building

Several callers reported the fire shortly before 6 p.m.

  Artists create a colorful construction site on Fourth Avenue

The Historic Fourth Avenue Coalition hosted 'PaintStock' to beautify a building project.

  Tucson ‘Moms Demand Action’ rally for gun reform

"Recess Rallies" were held across the country over the weekend.

  Calderon and Scott sock it outta the park

Softball sluggers Angelee Calderon and Valarie Scott represented Southern Arizona at the 1st Little League Home Run Derby.

  Farewell ceremony for Tucson soldiers heading to El Paso

The soldiers will be training field medics at Fort Bliss for the next year.

  Happy Birthday, Tucson!

Tucson is turning 244 on Tuesday and the celebration of our city is underway.

Police searching for suspect after pedestrian struck twice in fatal hit and run

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

Southwest Key could reopen shelters for immigrant kids in Arizona

A provider of shelters for immigrant children is looking to reopen two facilities that the state of Arizona forced it to shutter last year because of issues with employee background checks and allegations of abuse

  Suburban voters are pressuring Republicans to act on guns

GOP candidates looking ahead at tough races increasingly are eyeing new ways to address anxieties about gun violence, and to do that without crossing the party's base, which sees gun restrictions as an infringement on the constitutional right to bear arms.

UAPD asking for help identifying suspect in armed robbery, carjacking

Anyone with information regarding the identification of these males or the location of the vehicle is asked to contact UAPD at 520-621-8273 or 911.

Argument leads to one shot at motel parking lot

TPD said the shooting was a result of an argument and that police are still looking for suspect.

  Businesses on University Ave. looking to hire after summer slump

Help is wanted as local businesses around UA get ready for the start of the school year.

  Brooke’s Bargains: FREE Family Activities This Weekend

The Bats are back in Tucson this Saturday night.

Pima County seeking comment on improvements to King Canyon Trailhead parking lot

The King Canyon Trailhead is located off Kinney Road within Tucson Mountain Park.

Judge rules sanctuary city measure can appear on November ballot

If voters approve the measure, Tucson police officers wouldn’t be able to detain people based on their immigration status.

Stabbing suspect on run in Tucson

A man was seriously hurt during a road rage incident in Tucson.

  Northwest Fire trains for water rescues with remote control boat

It can carry a life jacket, helmet or cables to someone caught in swift water and used in various types of water terrain.

UPDATE: Armed man shot by officer at Fort Lowell Park in Tucson

No officers were injured, police said.

FICO cancels Sahuarita Pecan Festival, blames trade tariffs

This year’s event was originally scheduled for November.

12 annual Tucson birthday stamp contest to unveil new stamp

The grand winning design has been made into custom US postage stamps.

Threat causes lockdown at medical facility in Tucson

Someone called to threaten a shooting.

Police arrest two after shooting incident, chase

Police are investigating this as domestic violence.

  Elephant Nandi turns five, Reid Park Zoo to throw birthday bash

The Reid Park Zoo is hosting her birthday party Sunday, August 18 from 8:00 a.m. to noon.

  Sahuarita schools facing bus driver shortage

About 11 drivers needed to fill positions.

  UA joins other universities to fight human trafficking

Students will work to understand the barriers victims face.

Authorities cancel Silver Alert for missing Maricopa County woman

Yvonne Grayson, 54, was found safe.

  OVERDUE: Tucson library receives postcard from the past

You won't find this mystery on the shelves in the Fiction section.

BREAKING: Authorities say missing elderly Pima County woman is home

The Pima County Sheriff's Department said Sandra Stone went missing early this morning from a home in the 1100 block of North Rio Mineral in Green Valley.

  Another above average day keeps TUSD kids indoors

TUSD checks the heat index daily and make a decision if it is safe for the students to be outside.