Dehydrated hiker rescued from Finger Rock Canyon Trail

RMFD said crews assisted the hiker back down the trail. The hiker declined medical transport.

UPDATE: Computer outages resolved at MVD offices across Arizona

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

  Diamond Children’s Medical Center hosting school supply drive

Help wildlife get water relief with one text message

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

Marana Texas Roadhouse to hold fundraiser for El Paso shooting victims

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Celebrate Tucson’s 244th birthday at the Presidio museum

Tucson birthday stamp winner announced

Rising temps prompt Salvation Army’s Operation Chill Out

  Banner UMC announces El Tour de Tucson title sponsorship

Red Cross offers safety tips as students head back to school

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

  Farewell ceremony for Tucson soldiers heading to El Paso

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

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.

  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.

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

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

  Docent volunteers key to mission’s success

  20 vendors expected at Veterans Resource Fair

  First responders, staff conduct active shooter drill on UA campus

Community invited to attend a city-wide prayer gathering

  Operation Chillout begins lacking essential donations

Temperatures are climbing and the Salvation Army is kicking off Operation Chillout, to hand out water and other hot weather essentials to those in need.

  Precious pooches reunite at PACC

The two puppies are looking for a home together.

Arizona border volunteers opening office to help migrants

A humanitarian organization that provides aid to border crossers says it is opening an office to welcome visitors for a few hours on Thursday afternoons and Saturday mornings in the southern Arizona desert community of Ajo

  KOLD INVESTIGATES: Arizona taking steps to end nursing shortage

Find out what experts are suggesting on how to tackle the nursing deficit.

  Tucson police update SAFE Place program to be more inclusive

Program provides places of refuge for victims of hate crimes.

  Amid recent mass shootings, Tucsonans await memorial for 2011 tragedy

The Jan. 8 memorial was supposed to be completed by the ninth anniversary of the shooting.

UPDATE: Nogales Highway open after gas line break on south side

The intersection of Bilby and Nogales Highway is now open.

One killed, three injured in southeastern Arizona bee attack

A 73-year-old man from Duncan died following a bee attack in Cochise County.

  Sunnyside one win from Little League World Series

Sunnyside beats Sacramento 3-2 to advance to Saturday night's regional final against Maui, Hawaii.

  Survival: Arizona family describes fighting off aggressive bobcat

Five people were scratched or bitten in some way, but all fifteen family members had to be treated for rabies.

  U of A study aims to help firefighters reduce cancer risks

This year, the results of their hard work finally came together.

  International Space Camp at Biosphere 2 helping humans get to Mars

The University of Arizona has partnered with Kyoto University in Japan to host a Space Camp at Biosphere 2 this week.

  YOTO needs donations for homeless youth

You can help by donating school supplies, food or personal items.

  Tucson looking for volunteers for road safety committee

Complete Streets Coordinating Council would help transportation leaders create guidelines for redoing and designing roads.

Willcox Unified School District warns parents after stranger danger incident

The Willcox Department of Public Safety has been notified and additional patrols will be conducted over the next few days.

  ONLY ON KOLD: Former Tucson Bishop Kicanas offers solutions for crisis on the border

Former Tucson Bishop Gerald Kicanas has a message for the country about the crisis on the border.

  Sensory job fair helps those on autism-spectrum find work

The job fair organizer says he hopes to make the event an annual tradition.

Marana police looking to identify suspect in credit card theft case

Anyone with information on the suspect's identity is asked to call 88-CRIME.

  Return of the Mermaids is back

New to the event this year is a treasure hunt along Fourth Avenue.

  University of Arizona researchers aid in development of glasses to help blind see

Researchers said it took about four years to develop the technology.

Sun Tran makes minor tweak to bus, shuttle schedules

Sun Tran officials said they tweak the schedule once or twice a year after getting feedback from drivers and riders.

  Accused cop killer David Murillo pleads guilty to all charges to avoid death penalty

Authorities said David Ernesto Murillo killed Nogales police officer Jesus Cordova during a crime spree in April 2018.

Student arrested following lockdown at high school in Tucson

The lockdown began around 11:15 a.m.

  Safe Kids Summer: August is drowning impact awareness month

August is designated as Drowning Impact Awareness month, a time to highlight the dangers of swimming and to help families affected by drowning cope.

  City set to recognize Tucson’s stretch of historic state route 80

For decades following the 60′s, the area experienced economic and social decline. Shops closed, restaurants moved.

  A Mountain survey results push for safety and cleanliness

The City of Tucson recently conducted a survey to find out what they can do better on Sentinel Peak.

Here’s how you can help victims of mass shootings in El Paso, Dayton

Here are some ways you can help El Paso during this horrific time:

Inaugural Tucson Woman’s Fair draws thousands

If you missed out, the organizers are planning a winter Woman’s Fair on December 7.

Marana handing out sandbags to residents on Tuesday

In anticipation of more monsoon activity, Town of Marana will be handing out sandbags to Marana residents.

  Anxiety builds in society following mass shootings

Plenty of people across the country feel uneasy.

2019: Back to School for southern AZ students

Going back to school is just around the corner for many southern Arizona students.

  Marana school district sees growth heading into new school year

A school improvement bond passed in 2014 paid for expansions and a new school.

Thieves break into Rita Ranch community garden

Members of the Rita Ranch Community Garden found their public work space ransacked Sunday morning.

  Southern Arizona teen combines love of reading, helping others

Turning to the Red Cross for help, she shipped off 14 bags to kids around the country, who may have lost things in disasters nationwide

  Crossing guard celebrates 10 years of protecting Tucson children

Crossing guard Cynthia Clare said meeting new batch of kindergartners and first graders every year is one of the highlights of her job.

Tucson Fire Fighter Charities holding contest to pick anthem singer

Winner will perform at the Chili Cook-Off in October.

  Where people live the longest, shortest in Tucson area

Heart health is something Charlene Grabowski says we all need to take seriously as heart disease is the number one killer.

  Electric buses coming to Tucson

The first bus will arrive in Tucson in January.

  Late start to monsoon means rainwater harvesting woes

With monsoon season behind schedule, many have been left waiting for the water.

  Tucson woman’s triumphant transformation following traumatic tumble inspires others

The SilverSneakers Swanson Award recognizes people who’ve improved their life with exercise and have helped others along the way.

Rosemont Mine construction barred by federal judge

Mine owners to appeal decision.

TEED OFF: Oro Valley to pay for study before decision on town-owned golf courses

The Oro Valley Mayor says they hope to have a decision by September.

  UPDATE: Young boy safe after falling into flooded Alamo Wash

Monsoon storms in the Tucson area led to a busy day for first responders.

Pima County man admits to killing mother

The man is scheduled to be sentenced on Sept. 23

ACTION DAY: Storm chances continue to climb Wednesday

We call for an Action Day any time we think the weather will affect your day.

  Tucsonans prep for storms in metro area

Storms can leave major damage behind after monsoon season.

  Outdoor ice rink coming to downtown Tucson in time for the holidays

The cost to skate will be around $10 per person.

Pinal County inmates to receive tablets in an effort to reduce recidivism

The launch of this technology is aimed at preparing inmates with 21st century skills to help them have a successful future.

Pima County Jail locked down, visitations put on hold

The repairs should be made by Wednesday, July 31.

Southern Arizonans graduate from U.S. Air Force boot camp in July

Airmen who complete basic training also earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.

Southern Arizonans serving at sea

There are many southern Arizonans that are serving their country while at sea with the U.S. Navy.

Humane Society of Southern Arizona July Pet of the Day

Check out these “oh so cuddly and sweet dogs and cats” available for adoption.

Tucson Metro Chamber announces Copper Cactus Award finalists

The Tucson Metro Chamber Copper Cactus Awards is presented by Wells Fargo and co-sponsored by Casino Del Sol Resort, Arizona Complete Health and Cox Media.

  Seesaws installed between US-Mexico border fence to bring people from both sides together

Pink seesaws were installed between a fence separating the United States from Mexico to encourage people on both sides to meet up and have some fun.

  New teachers prepare for first school year in Tucson

Hoping to make a positive difference, one teacher is excited to start another school year.

Rio Nuevo hosts Sunshine Mile workshops

The workshops are intended to prompt discussions for creative land uses when road construction begins.

Tucson police arrest man in connection to six armed robberies

He was located and booked into the Pima County Jail on Sunday.

Student shopping spree thanks to the Salvation Army and many other

Each student received a $100 gift card for new clothing and shoes at JCPenney, as well as a new backpack filled with goodies and school supplies for the new year.