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.

Gov. Doug Ducey adds $50 million to state budget for COVID-19 response, aid

  UPDATE: State confirms 773 COVID-19 cases, 120 in Pima County

  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

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  Tucson restaurants work to stay afloat through curbside, takeout services

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

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

They were stolen west of Tucson, in the area of Sandario Road and Snyder Hill Drive.

JOB FAIRS: Who’s hiring in southern Arizona

Employers holding job fairs to fill open positions.

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

The blessings bags will include non-perishable foods, hygiene products, cleaning supplies, and diapers.

Vince Gill, Amy Grant headlining Saturday’s Grand Ole Opry. Here’s how you can watch.

The Grand Ole Opry will broadcast around the world for its 4,917th consecutive Saturday night.

Dylan puts out 17-minute ode to Kennedy

  Researchers studying how COVID-19 affects pregnancy

Pharmacists: Doctors writing prescriptions for possible COVID-19 treatment at expense of chronically-ill patients

  This is how much money you could get from the stimulus bill

  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

One man claims a hospital and lab lost his COVID-19 test.

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

Some businesses will have to remain closed until April 10, 2020.

  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.

Police identify suspect, victim of fatal shooting in midtown

Detectives said the suspect and victim had a falling out.

  Despite shipment, local healthcare workers still struggle for supplies

Healthcare workers are still coming up short on essential hospital supplies.

  Behavioral health expert explains panic shopping during COVID-19 outbreak

Rising concerns over COVID-19 is driving shoppers to the store, leaving shelves barren.

Crocs giving free shoes to health care workers

Crocs, Inc., makers of the infamous rubber clogs, is helping those who are working to keep us safe during the coronavirus outbreak.

These are the businesses that can stay open in Arizona, for now

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey released a list of essential services during the coronavirus outbreak.

Tucson-area school districts providing free meals to children

With Arizona schools closed through Friday, March 27, districts in the Tucson area are offering free meals to students.

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

The board voted 3-2 to extend the proclamation of business closures to April 10 and add a civil penalty.

Tucson man arrested for killing his 17-year-old cousin

Gerardo Salinas was arrested for the killing of his 17-year-old cousin.

Sugar Skulls create partnership to support local restaurants

Customers with a minimum order of $20 for take-out or delivery from participating restaurant partners between now and April 30 will receive a voucher to buy up to two tickets and get two free to either of the first two home games of the 2020 season.

IRS: ‘Please do not call’ about stimulus package

Stimulus payment checks: No information available yet, no sign-up needed.

Gov. Doug Ducey issues executive order for increased hospital capacity

The order requires hospitals to increase the amount of hospital bed capacity in the state, take steps to optimize staffing levels and maximize critical resources.

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

This is the first confirmed case at Davis-Monthan.

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

Staff members will deliver for community members and citizens age 65 and over.

  PCSO: Video shows armed suspect in Spider-Man mask robbing San Tan Valley restaurant

Incident happened at Hungry Howie’s on March 12

TPD bomb squad responding to Wells Fargo on south east side

Everyone is asked to avoid the area until further notice.

UArizona research labs produce hand sanitizer for area health care workers

Vedantam and Viswanathan study bacteria that causes infections in humans and agriculturally important animals.

Davis-Monthan elevates Health Protection Condition

Reports one confirmed case of COVID-19

Fire damages vacant home on Tucson’s west side

No injuries reported

  Family on verge of homelessness struggles to connect to services amid COVID-19 response

“For us, this is rock bottom. We have never been in this situation before.”

  Arizona businesses to get a share of coronavirus stimulus bill

Tucson Mayor Regina Romero has been in constant contact with the Arizona lawmakers throughout the process.

  University of Arizona students react to dorm resident testing positive for COVID-19

The resident didn't show symptoms during the stay at the dorm and is now recovering at home, out of state.

Woman killed, another injured in Nogales train incident

Union Pacific says the women fell from a moving railcar.

  Food assistance increases across the state as COVID-19 spreads nationally

“Nutrition is really essential to good health. There’s no doubt about that."

Pima County Adult Detention Complex closes front desk to the public to combat COVID-19

Inmates will still be able to visit loved ones through an internet-based program.

  Arizona hair salons can stay open amid COVID-19 outbreak

The Arizona State Board of Cosmetology recommends for salons to follow the requirements of the CDC to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

University of Arizona reports four community members test positive for COVID-19

It's unclear how many people are students, faculty or staff.

Four University of Arizona students tests positive for COVID-19

The University of Arizona said the student was living in the Sonora dorm and tested positive for COVID-19 after they went home to live with their family.

UPDATE: Police arrest 3 teens in connection to homicide near Benson Highway

One man was found dead with gunshot trauma near south Treat Avenue and south Camino Leguna Seca on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019.

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

The fund is designed to get help rapidly to those whose needs are most acute.

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

After a woman mentioned she was not able to get toilet paper for her family during a traffic stop, a PCSO deputy decided to help.

Governor Ducey requests changes to food assistance program amid COVID-19 outbreak

Under the waiver, DES will expand Nutrition Assistance benefits and increase access to households.

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

If you know of any other service changes, email our newsroom at desk@kold.com.

  CDC releases asthma action plan

Springtime allergies complicate fight against COVID-19

Digital concerts help struggling musicians

Startup Tucson is bringing music into the homes of those in isolation, while rallying support for struggling artists.

  Downtown Dispensary keeps serving community during COVID-19 outbreak

Their new signs show customers the new normal: A limit of 10 people at a time, no daily deals, and only pre-packaged orders.

  Concern spreads over potential COVID-19 outbreak in state prisons

Advocates, inmates' loved ones are raising questions of medical care behind bars.

Pima County Attorney’s Office plans to release non-violent, pretrial inmates to combat COVID-19 spread

Inmates under review have been arrested and charged, but are awaiting trial at the county jail.

  Pima County Health Department receives UA test kits, hits snag

Many kits contained wooden stick swabs, not plastic. The FDA does not allow wooden swabs.

  Struggling for rent due to COVID-19? There is help

Gov. Doug Ducey placed executive order March 24 delaying eviction orders.

Tucson police identify victim of midtown shooting

The victim was shot during a gunfight at a self carwash on Fort Lowell Road.

UPDATE: Delivery driver completely cleared in case of COVID-19 test kits

The test kits are essentially useless without a private lab equipped to read the results.

  Tucson City council responds to COVID-19 outbreak

The Tucson City council held a meeting today to discuss action during 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.

Convicted felon sentenced to 15.75 years for scheme to illegally acquire 32 firearms

Earlier this year, a Pima County jury convicted Johnson of Fraudulent Schemes and Artifices, Illegally Conducting a Criminal Enterprise, and Conspiracy.

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.

  LIST: Businesses suspend operations, change hours due to coronavirus outbreak

COVID-19 forcing business owners to close doors

  Smokers urged to cut back during coronavirus outbreak

Experts: Good reason to suspect that virus more dangerous to people who smoke or vape

UPDATE: Man taken to hospital after serious motorcycle crash near University of Arizona

Intersection of Speedway, Campbell closed nearly 4 hours

  Times like these are not easy

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned all of our lives upside down and it’s hard to tell when things will return to normal.

‘It’s here:’ Pima County Health Department shares update on COVID-19 spread

Doctor: You should not be surprised to see cases increase

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.

Testing kit shortages mean restrictions in Pima County

Because of the shortage, testing is now restricted to the very sick, first responders and medical personnel.

Tucson man with lupus asks community to stop hoarding medication amid COVID-19 outbreak

The Lupus Foundation of America called on Congress to ensure manufacturers can meet demand, not only for the clinical trials, but individuals like Roberts.

Habitat Tucson donates respirator masks to area hospitals

Habitat for Humanity also encourages other companies to do the same.