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Inmate dies after medical emergency at PCADC

  At least 26 dead after heavy rains in South Korea

Silent Witness needs help with two homicide investigations in Phoenix

Parents changing up home spaces for online learning

  Protesters in Poland block detention of LGBT activist

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Canada’s last intact ice shelf collapses

National Guard servicemen who recovered from COVID-19 donate plasma

  Hospitals in Beirut reach capacity, ask for international assistance

  Update: Cochise County authorities capture bomb suspect in Benson

Here’s how to decrease your household water consumption

Catalina Highway closed following rollover collision

  Man finds baby cougar in Colombia

Man in Colombia finds baby cougar on the road

Need a free COVID-19 test? Here’s how

Both testing sites are by appointment only.

Arizona State Parks holding photo contest, selecting one winner

Participants have until Oct. 16, 2020 to submit their photos.

Tucson man charged with 1st degree murder after fatal stabbing

A Tucson man is behind bars following a deadly stabbing just north of Ruthrauff Rd

MVD system glitches affecting customer service in AZ

  WATCH: Paddleboarding goat in Idaho

LOOKING FOR WORK? Here’s a list of who’s hiring in southern Arizona

Social media stress rising country-wide, experts say set limits

Five suspects arrested in July homicide investigation, all under 21

Get free coloring book copies for Smokey Bear’s birthday

  ELECTION CENTRAL: Martha McSally advances, will battle Mark Kelly for Senate seat in November

Results for all southern Arizona races can be found in this story.

Emergency voters can still vote on Monday

Emergency Voting Sites set up across Pima County for voters who cannot make it on Aug. 4, 2020.

Raúl Grijalva tests positive for COVID-19

Congressman Raul Grijalva tests positive for COVID-19

Multiple sewer repairs in Tucson beginning Aug. 2, expect delays

The Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department will begin sewer repairs at multiple locations around Tucson, beginning Aug. 2.

  Southern Arizona districts push back start date of high school sports

In a press conference on Thursday, Governor Doug Ducey said it’s up to public and private school districts to decide when to bring high school sports.

  Pima County Board of Supervisors candidate under investigation

Pima County Recorder, F. Ann Rodriguez is asking the county attorney to investigate Vic Williams for snapping pictures at an early voting site today.

CBP arrests 34 immigrants in failed smuggling attempt

U.S. Border Patrol agents performing immigration related inspections stopped two vehicles near Douglas, AZ., leading to the arrest of 34 immigrants.

Pima County road closures

List of Pima County road closures.

TPD investigating fatal shooting involving security guard in midtown

The Tucson Police Department is investigating a fatal shooting that occurred on July 25 in Midtown Tucson.

UArizona athletics to resume student athlete re-entry

The UArizona Athletics Department announced Wednesday it will resume student athlete campus re-entry on Monday, Aug. 3- beginning with football freshmen.

Police identify motorcyclist from fatal crash

The motorcyclist was identified as 45-year-old Demeako Duane Palmer.

PACC rescues about 30 cats living in unsafe RV residence

On July 28, The Pima Animal Care Center took in around 30 cats and kittens from an RV near South Nogales Highway and East Pima Road after PACC received several reports from concerned citizens about cats being hoarded in unsafe conditions.

UArizona football player suspended for violating safety protocols

Offensive lineman Edgar Burrola for UArizona Football has been suspended for violating COVID-19 safety protocols while on campus.

Pima County to open second free COVID-19 testing center

The program is funded by the county’s federal CARES Act grant.

You can fill out your census form online this year

Census staff will be working dozens of events across Arizona to help assist people in responding to the 2020 census before enumerators start visiting homes on August 11. Part of the collection this year has been tough to obtain due to COVID-19.

TFP responds to mobile home fire near Grant and Oracle

On Saturday July 25, Tucson Fire Department crews responded to an early morning mobile-home fire at Altura Street near Grant and Oracle Roads.

STI screening facilities expanding telemedical services amid COVID-19

People urged not to ignore their sexual health during the pandemic.

Update: Missing vulnerable adult found

Missing Vulnerable Adult: Judy Smith, 68.

Fire that damaged Arizona Democratic Party headquarters being investigated as arson

The fire ignited at the Arizona Democratic Party building in Phoenix early Friday, July 24.

Teenage girl dead, another girl in hospital after uncle kidnaps them in Phoenix

A 13-year-old girl was pronounced dead by fire personnel. The second individual, a 12-year-old girl, was transported to an area hospital with extremely critical injuries.

TUSD announces ‘Next Steps’ for the new school year

TUSD announces "Next Steps" for the 2020-21 academic school-year.

IRS advice for those who missed the July 15 deadline, file now

IRS recommendations for people who have not filed taxes or missed the deadline.

IT’S OFFICIAL: Bighorn Fire fully contained

Bighorn Fire 100 percent contained.

Update: I-10 near downtown Tucson reopens after BLM protest traffic

Congress Street on-and-off ramps have reopened off I-10 after Black Lives Matter protest.

  Tucson Unified making plans for students with disabilities for upcoming school year

The Tucson Unified School District is expected to resume classes remotely in less than three weeks.

TPD: Missing vulnerable adult located safe

Joseph Jerry Lee Myles had been missing since Monday.

Cox offering free internet to K-12 students

New customers must sign up between July 21 and September 30 for free service.

Semi collision near Benson slowing down eastbound traffic on Interstate 10

Semi collision near Benson slowing down eastbound traffic on I-10.

Santa Cruz County plans COVID-19 testing blitz

Officials encourage everyone to be tested

Pima County libraries shift to regionally based service

10 libraries remain accessible in-person; E-Library also available.

PCSD Search and Rescue deputies save hiker’s life

A 20-year-old woman who was having trouble breathing during a hike at Saguaro National Park was rescued by PCSD Search and Rescue deputies on Fri. July 18.

Phoenix man charged with sexual conduct with a minor at behavioral health facility

No indications there are more than one alleged victim.

TFD responds to mobile-home fire on east side

Two people taken to hospital for treatment

Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona needs volunteers

Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is asking for volunteers to help with drive-thru food distributions.

  Tucson businesses join Hownd app to generate foot traffic

Money from voucher purchases goes straight to the business.

Officials: Road to Mount Lemmon will reopen to public once repairs are completed

The road is expected to reopen before Nov. 1.

Reid Park Zoo asking for community’s help after losing money during COVID-19 closures

The zoo says they typically earn from admissions, memberships, programs, events, and zoo activities.

Pima County hiring COVID-19 contact tracers

Contact tracer positions start at $18.50 per hour.

  After the Bighorn Fire, are mudslides covered by insurance?

We asked an expert which mud messes are covered by insurance.

  An Oahu fisherman’s shark encounter is caught on camera

As scary as this is for some people, he said he was left in awe by the powerful encounter.

  Hot cars could hit deadly temperatures this weekend

Temperature inside a car rises 19 degrees in first 10 minutes it is parked.

Tips for surviving triple-digit temperatures hitting Tucson this week

Living in the desert calls for different precautions, especially during summer.

  PACC takes in more than 40 dogs, 11 cats over 4th of July weekend

Many times escaped pets don't even leave their neighborhood

While most firework shows in southern Arizona aren’t happening this weekend, you still have some chances to celebrate

Here's a list of celebrations and events impacted.

FIRST LOOK: Photos show Bighorn Fire damage on Mount Lemmon

Infrastructure evaluation studies potential effects of rain on burned areas

  Safety tips for July 4th travel plans vs. staying home

Experts say where you’re traveling makes a big difference

  WATCH: Pelican lands in Tucson

Pelican encounter in Tucson

  PACC needs foster pet families for new Community Resource Center

'On-deck' foster families are on call for whenever the shelter checks in a pet that would do well in their care

Pilgrim’s Pride recalls nearly 60K pounds of chicken nuggets for possible rubber contamination

Pilgrim's Pride is recalling nearly 60,000 pounds of chicken nuggets because they may contain bits of rubber.

  PHOTOS AND VIDEO: Bighorn Fire burning in Santa Catalina Mountains

KOLD News 13 viewers have been sharing photos and video from the Bighorn Fire.

LIST: Here is what Arizona cities, businesses are doing about mask requirements

The debate about requiring masks in public is heating up across the country and in Arizona.

  Health experts give advice as smoke lingers over NW side

Many people heading inside to escape the smoke, but still feeling the effects

Toyota recalls gas-electric hybrids for engine stall problem

The recall covers certain 2013 to 2015 Prius and 2014 to 2017 Prius v hybrids.

MONSOON 2020: How to report potholes in your neighborhood

Tucson has a handful of crews that work year-round to fix potholes.

Some children’s cold medicines recalled over dosage cup error

The company, Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healthcare, says the recall is due to potential overdose risks.

UPDATE: President Trump’s Arizona visit to begin with survey of border wall in Yuma

President Donald Trump will also speak to students in Phoenix

Help available for residents, firefighters impacted by Bighorn Fire

The shelter has room for cats, dogs, birds and pocket-sized animals.

How to sign up for Bighorn Fire emergency notifications

Learn more about the Ready, Set, Go program