Local band, Calexico nominated for two Grammys with Iron and Wine

The two bands collaborated 15 years ago, as well. Their collaborative album was released in June of last year.

  Dinosaurs take over Pima County Fairgrounds

  World War II veterans to serve as grand marshals for 2020 Tucson Rodeo Parade

$10,000 Mega Millions lottery ticket sold in Oro Valley

  New recovery center to open its doors

  Neighborhood hospital set to open in Marana

  Thornydale widening put on hold for now

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DON’T FALL FOR IT! Authorities across country warn of text scams

Authorities asking for help identifying TJ Maxx shoplifting suspects

TCC hosts Just Between Friends Spring event

  Hundreds of women work to lift up their community

New study says office breakrooms have more bacteria than most restrooms

  Tucson Turf Football heading to nationals in Florida

  Local hemp farmer optimistic despite industry growing pains

According to the Department of Agriculture, about 41% of hemp plants in the state have failed early THC testing.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day closures in southern Arizona

Here's everything you need to know ahead of MLK Day.

Dillinger Days at Hotel Congress

A letter found in the wall at Hotel Congress last year remains a mystery. There could be a connection to “the public enemy.”

  AZ Weekend, Jan. 17

Art, acrobats and a lot of birds

TRAFFIC: Where to watch for road work

Tucson Shootout celebrates 30th year of youth tournament

BLM hosts wild horse and burro adoption, sale January 24-26

Humane Society Thrift Store re-opens with big sale

  Taste This, Tucson: Birria Ramen at Rollies

  Pima County debuts program to help you reduce pollution

  Sweetwater Trailhead back open after resurfacing

The trailhead reopened Thursday morning, Jan. 16.

UPDATE: U.S. Army identifies soldier killed in Eloy free fall training exercise

Eloy is located about 48 minuets northwest of Tucson.

  Wine tariffs could be going up

The new tariffs would be added to the 25 percent tariff from October, but now includes mainly all European wine imports and other goods.

  Despite De Anza Park clean-up, businesses and residents remain skeptical

‘It’s not a permanent solution’

  Raid at Hi Fi Kitchen & Cocktails leads to four arrests

Authorities said they raided Hi Fi following reports of drunken fights and over-serving in downtown Tucson.

Sheriff Napier creates Citizens Advisory Committee

Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier announced the creation the 12-member Sheriff’s Citizens Advisory Committee.

  AZ Weekend, Jan. 10

Big events happening in southern Arizona

  Group needs volunteers to help put finishing touches on bike park

Trails at 100-Acre Wood Bike Park close to completion

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

Participants will have plenty of classroom experience by the end 17-month program.

  Businesses concerned over Broadway widening

Shops preparing for reduced traffic, extra noise and, ultimately, lower sales

Tractor-trailer crashes into traffic light in midtown

Campbell Ave. is closed in both directions.

Operation Deep Freeze in effect Jan. 9

Donations are needed to help keep people warm this winter. New or gently-used coats, blankets, gloves, socks and sweaters can be dropped off at any Naughton’s Plumbing location or at the Hospitality House at 1002 N. Main Ave.

Controlled burns scheduled at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

This will happen between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 8.

Police looking to identify serial bank robbery suspect

Anyone with any information is asked to call 88-CRIME. You can remain anonymous.

Former Benson doctor pleads guilty to attempted murder

A sentencing hearing is scheduled for Jan. 27.

UPDATE: UArizona police department investigates library fire as arson

One unit is on scene after black smoke was seen coming from the building.

Ninth anniversary of Tucson tragedy to be commemorated Jan. 8

At 10:10 a.m. – the moment of the 2011 shooting – a multi-agency honor guard will ring a bell for each of those who were killed and those who were shot and survived.

  Medical examiner: Mountain lions found eating human remains not responsible for person’s death

Investigators have not yet determined the exact caused of death.

Police cancel Silver Alert for Scottsdale man

John Retkowski found safe

  Safe Shift store helps Tucson’s first responders

Store open first Thursday-Saturday of every month from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

City of Tucson announces TreeCycle program; will not collect trees from curbs, alleys

Wood chips for gardening available after Jan. 5

  TSA to require new travel ID in Arizona by Oct. 1, 2020

Every person is required to bring in two forms of identification to the motor vehicles department and pay $25 to get the new ID.

Man’s touching reunion with dog will leave you in tears

Thanks to the PACC Community Outreach team, David and Chubbs are together once again.

UPDATE: State kills mountain lions that fed on human remains in Tucson

The trail was expected to be closed for at least two weeks.

  The stories that defined our decade in Southern Arizona

Here are some of the most memorable stories of the decade in Tucson.

  Turning bottles into sand

The City of Tucson is looking to turn a recycling problem into a useful practice.

Here are southern Arizona’s most-read local stories of 2019

Here are Southern Arizona’s top 10 most-read stories of the year.

Most popular baby names in Arizona released for 2019

Olivia is the top name for girls, and Liam is the top name for boys.

UPDATE: Pinal County man found safe

Thank you to all who contributed to his safe return.

  Brooke’s Bargains: Happy Returns

Because every retail and online store has its own policy for returns and exchanges, you'll want to check the fine print before you set out on your take-back trek.

TPD officer honored with Medal Of Valor

The honorees were selected by a review board made up of law enforcement and public safety professionals.

  WATCH: Carjacking suspect crashes after pushing victim from vehicle

The suspect attacked a 63-year-old man and forced him from his vehicle, according to the TPD Robbery Twitter account.

Mexican police chief arrested in connection to ambush of family near US-Mexican border, report says

The reports said he is suspected of having ties to organized crime, but details of his alleged role were not clear.

Roadrunners coach named Head Coach of Pacific Division

Determined by each division’s leading team, Varady has led Tucson to a league-leading record of 23-6 through the team’s first 29 games, the second-year bench boss totaled a record of 34-26-5-3 during the 2018-19 campaign.

  Tucson man, family hope kidney transplant is in the cards

Jim Piccirillo, of Tucson, has been waiting five years for a kidney transplant.

  Report: Group home where teen was body slammed frequently visited by deputies

KOLD News 13 has learned about a major spike in deputy responses to the group home in Tucson where a teen quadruple amputee was body slammed during a November arrest.

Huckelberry: Feds reject county’s request to use Operation Stonegarden funds for humanitarian aid

Pima County was asking for $200,000 for humanitarian aid.

  Claw machine sisters get gift of their own

The Glenn sisters have been helping children at TMC. Now, someone is giving back to the young girls.

  Despite quick response by crews, fire destroys trailer

First arriving crews found a double-wide trailer engulfed in flames, according to RMF, and the owner was outside of it at the time of the fire.

  Millions return home from holidays

A storm moving in from the west caused headaches at airports across the country, with thousands of delays and more than 100 cancellations, according to Flight Aware.

  AZ Weekend, Dec. 27

Lots to do in the last weekend of the decade.

  ACTION DAY: Rain, mountain snow in Thursday’s forecast

Expect rain beginning late Thursday afternoon through the early evening

SEEN THEM? TPD says robbery suspects assaulted store employee

Anyone with information on the identities of the suspects is asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME.

  The do’s and don’ts of recycling after the holidays

Environmental Services said the biggest problem they see is people dumping food waste in the recycling.

  Tucson woman receives Christmas gift that will change her life forever

Anita Thomas, a former police officer, is about to start a new chapter in her life with the help of her new service dog Brody.

  Tucson home completely destroyed by Christmas morning fire

A Drexel Heights home was destroyed by fire Christmas morning, but the homeowner and two dogs were able to escape.

UPDATE: Missing Casas Adobes woman found safe, returned home

Carol Geleta, 70, was found safe after she went missing Christmas morning.

  Ballet Tucson brings a bit of magic to Tucson with Nutcracker Ballet

Community members can revel in the spirit of Christmas through the full production with a performance full of magic, gifts and exotic choreography, they too can be transported to a better world.

  Weather doesn’t dampen spirits of last-minute Christmas shoppers

The dismal weather comes at a time that’s supposed to be the happiest of the year.

  ONLY ON KOLD: Stolen bike returned to Tucson man days before Christmas

It what can only be described as a Christmas miracle, a Tucson man is in shock after being reunited with something irreplaceable.

  Asarco strikers receive gifts for Christmas

The Teamsters were handing out Christmas presents to striking members and their families on the picket lines near Interstate 19 and Pima Mine Road.

  Visitors, neighbors warn park at your own risk around Winterhaven

Robert Hughes didn’t think he was blocking anything Friday night, but his car was towed

Santa spreads cheer among NICU families

Project Sweet Peas-Arizona hosts events for families of fragile infants

CBP: Everything you need to know before traveling international this holiday season

Here are some tips to make sure your holiday travel goes as smoothly as possible.

Bank of America Tucson joins TPD Safe Place

Employee suggestion leads to more shelter options for victims

  Salvation Army toy drive still in need of toys

The Salvation Army says they're in need of donations for children zero to two.

Tucson Police identify, arrest suspect allegedly involved in Walmart robbery

Police identified the suspect as 32-year-old April Rhodes. Rhodes was arrested in connection to the Oct. 1 robbery.

  Tucson City Council to dive into front yard swimming pool issue

There is a fight brewing in Tucson about front-yard pool and the answer isn't so cut and dry.