BLESSINGS TO GO: Gospel Rescue Mission launches drive-through resource event

Crocs giving free shoes to health care workers

Pima County extends business closures to April 10, adds civil penalty

Sugar Skulls create partnership to support local restaurants

Gov. Doug Ducey issues executive order for increased hospital capacity

Air force civil servant at Davis-Monthan tests positive for COVID-19

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Salvation Army plans to deliver food to elderly unable to shop; asks for donations

UArizona research labs produce hand sanitizer for area health care workers

United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona announces creation of COVID-19 relief fund

  Pinal County Sheriff’s deputy helps family in need after traffic stop

LIST: Changes to religious services in Pima County during COVID-19

  Tucson City council responds to COVID-19 outbreak

City council to hold virtual meeting on COVID-19 updates

No one will be allowed in the chambers, but a live stream of the meeting will be broadcast for members of the public to listen to the meeting online at the City of Tucson YouTube channel.

Sierra Vista Police: Woman facing child abuse charges related to 21-month-old

The suspect was arrested on March 23 and charged with eight counts of domestic violent child abuse.

U of A team makes more than 1,500 COVID-19 test kits over weekend

Researcher says lab can make around 20,000 kits

FOUND: Oro Valley police locate elderly man

OVPD has located Daniel Lupo.

Habitat Tucson donates respirator masks to area hospitals

Banner Health experts warn against self-medicating to prevent or treat COVID-19

Here’s how you can help PACC during the COVID-19 pandemic

  CORONAVIRUS CLOSURES: Community events canceled, schools closed in southern Arizona

Reward offered after deer remains found near El Camino Del Cerro Trailhead

University of Arizona cancels convocation, commencement

  Church alters programs amid COVID19 spread

Aiming for physical distancing rather than social distancing

UPDATE: Marana mayor issues second amendment to town’s emergency declaration, barring public from entering town buildings

Mayor Honea says proclamation is aimed at “flattening the curve of the spread of COVID-19”

Sierra Vista suspending transit service

Paratransit service will continue for customers with disabilities

PCSD responding to hiker rescue in Ventana Canyon

Deputies are working to recover one person in Ventana Canyon.

Fourth Avenue Street Fair to continue -- but virtually

Online you can find hundreds of vendors and view what products they are selling.

Desert Diamond Casino to close temporarily amid COVID-19 concerns

The closure is effective at 11:59 p.m. Wednesday March 18.

  Order take-out or delivery to support local restaurants

The Mayor of Tucson says restaurants are just as safe as grocery stores.

Sun Tran, Sun Link make temporary service adjustments to stop spread of COVID-19

Sun Tran and Sun Link have made temporary service adjustments to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Diocese of Tucson Pastoral Center to close after employee experiences symptoms of COVID-19

The Pastoral Center will close for 14 days.

Investigators searching for suspect who stole Tucson Fire Department pickup truck

Anyone with information is encouraged to call 88-CRIME.

Pima County Health Department confirms child flu death

It is the first such case in Pima County this season and is not related to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.

Tucson police release new information on fatal midtown collision

The 57-year-old, Jorge Serrano, was arrested for felony charges related to the DUI and leaving the scene of a collision.

  Face masks, cleaning supplies fly off shelves as COVID-19 outbreak progresses

One Tucson medical supply shop is working hard to keep their products stocked amid coronavirus fears.

Jessica Cox named El Tour de Tucson Dedication Recipient

Each year, El Tour is dedicated to a special person(s) who has made significant contributions to the bicycling community

  Granddaughter announces engagement through window

Amid social restrictions due to COVID-19, one woman had to think of a creative way to see her grandfather.

Bicyclist dies from injuries after being struck by vehicle in midtown

It was determined the driver was not impaired at the time of the collision.

SEEN THEM? TPD says two suspects responsible for three robberies

Police say two men committed three robberies on March 5.

PCSD responds to vehicle collision involving deputy on south side

Deputies are currently investigating the collision.

PCSD rescues lost hikers overnight in Mt. Lemmon

Hikers were flown out in Sheriff 1 this morning.

Emerge asking for donations of toilet paper, disinfecting wipes and tissues

Emerge is asking for the community to donate several items to keep its clients.

  Colleges teaching online amid COVID-19 outbreak; nearby campus restaurants worry about impact

Some shops and restaurants near the UA campus worry about lost business while students are gone.

UPDATE: Oro Valley police kill suspected rabid coyote that bit man

The coyote was killed the day after the attack.

Top school official recommends Arizona schools stay open amid coronavirus fears

The head of Arizona schools is hoping for business as usual for the most part for students, teachers and staff at state schools.

  Designing her own life: How one artist is creating impact through art

Lauren Valenzuela's goals for her business aren’t just about making money, rather, creating community and giving back to society.

Democratic debate moved from Arizona over coronavirus concerns

Additionally, Univision’s Jorge Ramos was possibly exposed to coronavirus, AZ Family reported.

Arizona Gov. Ducey declares public health emergency due to coronavirus outbreak

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey declared a public health emergency due to the coronavius.

March 11 last day to mail back ballots for 2020 Presidential Preference Election

State law requires that early ballots must be received, not postmarked, by the voter’s county election department by 7 p.m. on Election Day, which is March 17, 2020.

  UPDATE: Fox tests positive for rabies after biting person at Sabino Canyon

Victim and skunk-bite victim from same day got rabies treatment

  BREAKING: No charges for Pima County deputy who arrested teenage quadruple amputee

The arrest of a teenage quadruple amputee made news around the world in late 2019.

Red Cross urges healthy individuals to give blood amid coronavirus concerns

The American Red Cross is asking people to give blood or platelets to help maintain a supply during the coronavirus outbreak.

  Coronavirus stockpiling leaves family without medication

One mother is speaking out after it took her two days to get over the counter medication needed to help her sick daughter.

Pedestrian struck by vehicle in north Tucson

The pedestrian was transported to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

Cochise County photo contest aims to find image for library card

Entries will be accepted from March 15 until April 15.

PACC offers big savings for March adoptions

The sale begins March 10 and continues through March 17.

  Coronavirus causes changes in mass

More than 500 cases in the U-S have been confirmed, with three in Arizona.

CCSO looking to locate missing man in Douglas area

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Cochise County Sheriff's Office.

Tucson Fire crews extinguish flames from abandoned duplex

The fire was contained in less than 10 minutes.

UPDATE: Barricade situation ends on Tucson’s east side with officer-involved shooting

The situation ended on Tucson's east side soon after an officer shot the suspect.

Spring Break Tips: Know before you go

As you plan your trip abroad, CBP would like to remind you of what to expect upon your return into the United States and to provide you tips to help with that process.

  Victims no more: Finding hope, purpose through wedding dresses

One bridal shop helps survivors of human trafficking through their worst memories.

Saguaro National Park offers summer youth employment opportunity

This is an eight week program for youth ages 15 to 18.

Fire, ambulance crew confined to their homes after treating coronavirus patient in Scottsdale

A group of firefighters and ambulance workers in Scottsdale is being urged not to leave their homes after treating a man who later tested positive for the coronavirus.

PACC takes in 72 cats and kittens from hoarding case

The cats range in age from very young kittens to adults. The clinic is examining them all, but most appear to be in good health.

OVPD looking to identify fraud, theft suspect

OVPD is asking the community for help in identifying a a fraud, theft suspect.

Trail of blood leads to investigation in Midtown

The area is closed right now for investigation.

  Weekend Wanders: Challenge gravity — and yourself — at Take Flight Yoga

Emily Guindon debunked one thing she hears a lot: You don’t have to be flexible or strong to participate.

UPDATE: Evacuation orders lifted at Old Vail Middle School

District: Students in no immediate danger; evacuation ordered as a precaution

Diocese of Tucson announces precautionary protocols to avoid spreading illness

Parishioners urged to stay home if sick with head cold or flu

  Up in smoke: How lighting up indoors could bring down home values

About 30 percent of realtors say they’ve had a hard time selling a property marijuana was grown in.

  Don’t touch your face: Help stop the spread of coronavirus

The health department says good hand washing or use of hand sanitizer is your best bet at keeping germs and viruses away.

UPDATE: Intersection reopens after police chase, collision on northeast side

The car hit another car during the chase before driving away.

Community Food Bank to begin warehouse renovation

The Food Bank will remain open during the 12-month construction project.

  Green Fields School holds open house ahead of reopening

Historic school coming back as tuition free public charter school in August

  Tucson council extends e-scooter pilot program 6 months

Originally scheduled to expire on March 12

  Southern AZ Ink Master: Anthony Michaels continues to be a master of his craft

After winning Season 7 of the hit show Ink Master, Anthony Michaels expresses how grateful he is for the recognition he gets on a daily basis.

WHAT IS IT? Crane flies taking over Tucson

No, they aren't giant mosquitoes... Here's why crane flies are seen everywhere.

Woman arrested following fatal hit and run near Coolidge

33-year-old Chanda Eckert was arrested and has been charged with first degree murder.

  Confederate flag debate heats up following display during Tucson Rodeo Parade

A float in the Tucson Rodeo Parade had a display that included the Confederate flag.