Years after daughter’s death, UArizona doctor on mission to treat rare epilepsy

  Garden of Gethsemane to get new security measures

  Men’s chorus performs to inform

  Northwest Fire District opens new station

TOY DONATION: Fill the Streetcar charity event Dec. 6

UPDATE: Motorcycle crash on Tucson’s west side turns fatal

Continued Coverage

  Students make their mark at Walter Douglas

Bearizona kicks off Wild Wonderland holiday attraction Dec. 6

  Rural Metro responds to house fire near Sabino Canyon

GIVING TUESDAY: Here’s a list of organizations to donate to Dec. 3

  Tucson gym raises funds to send 6-year-old with cerebral palsy to equine therapy

  Many ways to give back on Giving Tuesday

  ‘It doesn’t take much to be a good neighbor’; Tucson man hopes to prevent package theft

Deputy James Allerton says even in broad daylight, thieves will swoop in and grab a package if the opportunity presents itself.

  ‘Snow’ other way to spend a Monday, a taste of winter on Mt. Lemmon

Those who live and work on the mountain do want to remind people to take their trash with them after they leave.

  Regina Romero sworn in as Tucson’s first woman mayor

One of her first orders of business will be ask the council to pass a memorial condemning the Trump administration’s immigration policies and asking Washington to provide funding to Tucson’s migrant effort.

UPDATE: Missing Tucson man found safe at mall

The Tucson Police Department said Hal Ridley, a 25-year-old who functions as a pre-teen, has been found safe.

Marana Holiday Festival and Christmas Tree Lighting event changing location due to weather forecast

Tucson man pleads guilty to shooting at ex-girlfriend’s window

Tucson Bahama Buck’s offering free “Sno” day Dec. 3

WalletHub: Tucson among least safe cities in country

Need for blood doesn’t stop for holidays – donors needed

  Pops Hot Chicken celebrates one year anniversary in Tucson

Here’s what’s open on Thanksgiving and Black Friday

Planning on shopping after Thanksgiving? We've got a list of what will be open.

  A Season of Thanks: A family cherishes community through illness

If there’s one thing that helps the family cope, it’s the love they feel from the community.

  Sacred beans: Harvesting on the San Xavier Co-Op Farm

The San Xavier Co-Op Farm is harvesting red and white tepary beans during this time of year, which are traditionally farmed by the indigenous people of the Tohono O'odham Nation.

Missing woman found safe

Dana Lynn Welch was found safe at her home.

  Boys chorus bound for D.C. to sing at national tree lighting

Anyone interested in enjoying the show but unable to make it to D.C. on such short notice can catch the Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus at their annual Christmas concert.

New jaguar arrives at Reid Park Zoo

Bella has skin allergies, and the hope is that Tucson’s climate will be more comfortable for her.

  A Season of Thanks: A lifetime of gratitude

Resident at the Life Care Center of Tucson reflect on their lives and what they’re most grateful for during the holiday season.

Authorities search for escaped Tucson inmate

Purdon was admitted to prison in 2016 for a dangerous drug violation.

  Trump administration’s 'Remain in Mexico’ program to bus migrants from Tucson to El Paso

Officials estimate DHS will send at least one busload each day from Tucson sector to El Paso, the Washington Post reports.

Seeing smoke? Slash pile burning to be conducted on Mount Lemmon, Upper Garden Canyon

Firefighters and fire engines will be present on and near roads, trails and recreation areas.

Feds: Don’t eat romaine lettuce grown in Salinas, California

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating an E. coli outbreak that has sickened 40 people in more than a dozen states.

Carondelet hospitals to start flu season visitor restrictions

Patients may have healthy adult visitors during the restriction period, but visitors under the age of 12 will not be allowed in patient care areas of the hospita

  KOLD INVESTIGATES: Meet the businesswoman who came out of retirement to save El Tour de Tucson

Money issues plagued El Tour de Tucson, but a new CEO is turning things around for Tucson's largest sporting event.

Perimeter Bicycling names Charlene Grabowski as CEO

El Tour de Tucson is one of the top cycling competitions in the United States.

LIST: Holiday closures across southern Arizona

This is a list of holiday closures for southern Arizona businesses and government offices.

Lights of the World Tucson closed due to rain

The attraction plans to reopen on Friday, Nov. 22.

Amphitheater Public Schools offer free kindergarten for upcoming school year

In addition to providing funding for free full-day kindergarten, the approved budget override will allow the district to reduce class sizes in grades K-3.

  KOLD INVESTIGATES: Assaults on teachers in southern Arizona

KOLD Investigates requested the number of assaults on teachers during the last two school years for a dozen districts across southern Arizona.

Tucson woman turns 100, celebrates at Taco Bell

Fifty of her closest family and friends will celebrate Walston’s triple digits with a Taco Bell party on her birthday, Nov. 29.

Toys with a turkey: Salvation Army asking for 2,400 birds

If you want to help families out this season, you can drop off frozen turkeys at the Salvation Army Hospitality House on Main, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Banner Children’s medical center collects toys for sick children

From now until Dec. 13, Banner Urgent Care is collecting new toys at all of its 45 locations across Arizona.

Sheriff Napier releases statement on quadruple amputee arrest

The charges against the teen have since been dropped by the Pima County Attorney’s Office.

Flash Flood Watch issued for areas in southern Arizona

The warning extends from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday evening.

It’s a seller’s market; Tucson housing inventory hits historic low

With low supply and high demand comes booming prices, but Tucson, oddly, has not seen as much of a price spike as Leonard would estimate.

  UPDATE: Two men in custody following armed robbery, gun battles in Tucson area

If you are in the area of Orange Grove and Mona Lisa, please expect delays and consider finding alternate routes of travel.

  AZ Weekend, Nov. 15

Caves, pets and treats

TRAFFIC: Where to watch for road work

List of active road projects in the Tucson area.

UArizona fraternity moves seasonal warehouse supplies for Tucson nonprofit

TKE moved the semi-trailer full of winter donations from the storage container into the showroom and moved the summer items into storage for the season.

  KOLD CARES: Teaching kindness to kids with the Ben’s Bells project

The newest murals can be found outside Grijalva and Ochoa elementary schools.

Oro Valley residents want recall election for mayor, vice mayor

Community members clash with town leaders over funding golf course repairs.

UPDATE: MVD services restored after computer outage

Repairs are underway though there is no estimated time for completion.

Registered sex offender sentenced to 173.5 years for violations with underage victims

Detectives launched an investigation and found videos and images of child pornography on Winkler’s cellphone.

Renovations complete; tournaments now a possibility for Randolph handball courts

WPH hopes game will grow in popularity

PICKLE TRIVIA: 15 fascinating facts about pickles in honor of National Pickle Day

Nov. 14 is National Pickle Day. I swear, there really is a holiday for everything, but pickles are more fascinating than you probably thought.

Alpha Epsilon Pi loses recognition at UArizona

The university says the fraternity violated the Student Code of Conduct related to hazing, health and safety.

  Hundreds head to Tucson to avoid country’s arctic temperatures

Other travelers nationwide still faced delays as temperatures dipped and road conditions worsened.

Two die in crash on northwest side of Tucson

North Silverbell Road was closed for several hours following the crash.

Aztecs men’s soccer earns at-large bid for NJCAA Division I Tournament

This will be the Aztecs’ third straight trip to the NJCAA Tournament and its sixth in nine years.

  Downtown business groups collecting coats

Donations will be distributed by Gospel Rescue Mission

  Wood whittling groups donate creations to veterans

Southern Arizona Woodworkers Association donates canes to veterans at least once a year

Police determine no credible threat at Sahuaro High School

TUSD says there will be extra security on campus as a preliminary precaution for student’s safety.

  SAFETY FIRST: A Mountain finally goes car-free

Mondays are now 'no cars allowed,' a new initiative after a cyclist was hit and killed by a driver last year.

  Tucsonans support veterans across the Old Pueblo

On the east side Monday, students at Academy of Tucson Middle School flagged down drivers to stop by their bake sale.

  7 questions with the headliners of DUSK Music Festival

With 15 minutes and a bowl of questions, we sat down with A R I Z O N A the band before they went performed at Dusk Music Festival.

Artist asking community to help recover stolen mural from construction site on Fourth Avenue

The artist is asking the community to help recover the mural after it was stolen on Nov. 8

Fees stolen from honor box at Saguaro National Park

The national park believes this happened sometime between the evening of Oct. 29 and the morning of Oct. 30.

VETERANS DAY: Events, deals, discounts and more across southern Arizona

Here’s a list of everything happening in southern Arizona

  Elementary school sweethearts get engaged at former school

Siddle got on one knee, and Davis said yes to forever to her elementary school sweetheart.

  Many gather at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument to protest border wall construction

People held signs, banners, and some even wore costumes to protest border wall construction.

Crash involving motorcyclist in midtown results in life-threatening injuries

Police say there were no signs of impairment and speed does not appear to be a factor.

  Central Arizona College rodeo team does Git Up Challenge

The Central Arizona College rodeo team showed off its dance moves in the Git Up Challenge.

  AZ Weekend, Nov. 8

Ideas for a fun, fulfilling weekend

  Tucson sisters battle ‘The Claw’ to comfort hospitalized children

Isabella, Faith and Sara Glenn like to clean out machine at Fry’s on Grant and Swan

  Over 100 World War II veterans honored at luncheon

Nearly 20 million people served in WWII and it's estimated that 467,000 of those people are still alive today.

Northwest Fire District awards first responders for their service

Congratulations to those who received awards and thank you for your service!

USCIS welcomes 120 new US citizens in naturalization ceremony

In the fiscal year of 2019, USCIS has naturalized 833,000 people.

  Regina Romero to be sworn in as Tucson’s first female mayor

Regina Romero says she believes the agenda will tilt towards children's issues such as investing in schools and investing in youth.

Woman accused of leaving two young children in car reaches plea agreement

Velasquez is facing 20 years for the murder charge and lifetime probation.