PCSD: One in custody after “disturbance” NE of Tucson

The release stated no one was hurt and deputies are not searching for any other possible suspects.

Fauci predicts 100K-200K US deaths from coronavirus; Spain, Italy demand help

Millions of Americans will be infected by the coronavirus and 100,000 to 200,000 will die, the U.S. government’s top infectious-disease expert warned Sunday, as people in and around the country’s outbreak epicenter of New York were urged to limit their travel to contain the scourge.
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  Trump signs $2.2T stimulus after swift congressional votes

The House approved the sweeping measure by a voice vote, as strong majorities of both parties lined up behind the most colossal economic relief bill in the nation's history.


  Tucson Unified School District to distribute laptops, internet access to students amid school closures

FACT FINDERS: A coworker tested positive for COVID-19. Is it safe to go to work?

  OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Tucson-area restaurants and other businesses still open during coronavirus outbreak

Tucson Mayor Romero advises residents to stay home, orders nonessential business to close

KOLD News 13 COVID-19 Fact Finders: Submit your questions, we will get you the answers

The KOLD News 13 COVID-19 Fact Finders team is here to answer your questions.
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Doctor sees son crawl for first time through glass door after coronavirus separates family

An Arkansas father is among the many healthcare workers separated from their families while on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.

Tucson Target distribution center employee tests positive for COVID-19

Pima County to close all ramadas in public parks

  Crews battle fire at east-side landmark

UPDATE: Police say man shot 10-year-old son in murder-suicide

GOAT GRABBERS: Two baby goats stolen west of Tucson

JOB FAIRS: Who’s hiring in southern Arizona

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

  Researchers studying how COVID-19 affects pregnancy

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‘Off the charts’: Virus hotspots grow in middle America; Illinois infant with virus dies

The U.S. leads the world in reported cases with more than 112,000, but five countries exceed its roughly 1,700 deaths.


Sugar Skulls create partnership to support local restaurants

Washington hands Arizona loss in regular-season finale

Jaden McDaniels scored 20 points and Isaiah Stewart added 16 points as Washington finished the regular season with a 69-63 victory over Arizona.


  Tucson Medical Center nurse tests positive for COVID-19, isolates at home

UA president talks about opening empty dorms to healthcare workers

Tucson man claims hospital, lab lost his COVID-19 test results, investigation pending

Pima County Board of Supervisors extends order to close businesses until April

  FACT FINDERS: Is it ‘OK’ to donate blood right now?

The American Red Cross has an ongoing critical need for blood product donations as uncertainties remain during this coronavirus pandemic.
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  Trump seeks to force GM to produce ventilators; Infections worldwide top 590,000

Italy, with by far the most deaths from COVID-19, surpassed China and the U.S. to also record the most infections in the world. With numbers rising in the U.S., though, the grim distinction could be temporary.

Police identify suspect, victim of fatal shooting in midtown

  Despite shipment, local healthcare workers still struggle for supplies

  Behavioral health expert explains panic shopping during COVID-19 outbreak

Crocs giving free shoes to health care workers