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Pac-12 joins Big Ten in eliminating nonconference games

Pima County OME assisting funeral homes with body storage, but problem not directly connected to COVID-19

Police seek information about deadly shooting on west side

Phoenix-area hospitals order refrigerated storage for morgue if capacity is met

Arizona mayors urge Gov. Ducey to do more to slow spread of coronavirus

Party-goers break into Peoria million-dollar home for sale, damage property and furniture

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Two killed in fiery midtown crash

Bighorn Fire containment reaches 85 percent; Mountain residents, employees allowed to return

  Starbucks to require customers to wear masks

  Hot cars could hit deadly temperatures this weekend

ACTION DAYS: Dangerous heat to last through Monday

Tips for surviving triple-digit temperatures hitting Tucson this week

TSA agents at Tucson airport test positive for COVID-19

More than 1,000 TSA employees have tested positive for the virus.

  Pima County Sheriff addresses plan for reform

Those reforms include choke holds, which are prohibited except under extreme circumstances, shooting at moving cars and no-knock searches.

  Pima County to open COVID-19 testing site at Kino Sports Complex

Test appointments can be made online or over the phone.

  Disaster teams sent to Arizona to deal with rising COVID-19 crisis

According to a HHS spokesperson, an additional 15 health care personnel are deployed to Yuma County and 14 to Navajo County.

Nerdwallet releases list of airlines who best handled COVID-19

UPDATE: Standoff near Winterhaven ends, suspect arrested

No peeking, voters: Court keeps Trump taxes private for now

  GRAPHIC CONTENT: Tucson Police release bodycam footage of in-custody deaths over past decade

Police: Yuma pair refused to wear masks, coughed on Walmart employees

  Study suggests fetal coronavirus infection is possible

  Back in bloom: Tucson Botanical Gardens reopen Thursday

Changes implemented to keep visitors safe.

  Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier releases plans to reform department

"It is clear that law enforcement reform is coming," said Napier. "The time to act is now and that’s exactly what we’re going to do.”

Authorities investigate inmate’s in-custody death at Cochise County Detention Center

Nursing staff checked inmate every day during 14-day quarantine.

  8-year-old Tucson girl writes, publishes book for brother with disabilities

Coralyn always has figured out a way that her brother can do anything she can.

  CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Retired Marine catches toddler falling from burning apartment in Phoenix

Former Marine Phillip Blanks caught a young boy who was falling from the third-floor balcony of an apartment in Phoenix.

  Reid Park Zoo welcomes newborn zebra on Independence Day

The foal was born on July 4.

Motorcyclist seriously injured in crash in northeast Tucson

One man was taken to a hospital.

ASU researchers develop cheaper, faster saliva test for COVID-19

As the number of Arizonans who have contracted COVID-19 has raced past 100,000, testing for the novel coronavirus that causes the respiratory disease has become a priority. Some of that testing now is being done through saliva, a process that’s easier and less expensive.

  Mental health resources available during COVID-19 pandemic

Though many aren't available, some resources are here to help.

  Trump to America’s schools: Reopen or may lose federal funds

The president unleashed his threat on Twitter.

Harvard, MIT sue to block ICE rule on international students

The lawsuit, filed in Boston's federal court, seeks to prevent federal immigration authorities from enforcing the rule.

  Renters face financial cliff ahead; limited help available

Renters are nearing the end of their financial rope.

Supreme Court sides with Catholic schools in employment suit

The high court's ruling was 7-2, with two liberal justices joining the conservative majority for the schools.

  Mount Lemmon residents return after weeks of evacuation

Pima County Sheriff's deputies escorted groups of full-time residents to Summerhaven then back down again.

  Thousands of Arizona companies, churches, non-profits and more received PPP money

List shares data on businesses that received financial relief during the pandemic.

  Even with extension, some waiting until the last minute to file taxes

The IRS is expecting about 150 million returns from individuals and as of last count, it had received almost 139 million.

  Mexico president heads to Washington for meeting with Trump

For his first foreign trip as president, Mexico’s Andrés Manuel López Obrador is travelling to Washington to meet with President Donald Trump, a leader who has repeatedly used Mexico as a piñata to rally his base.

  Available ICU beds in Pima County dwindle as COVID-19 cases spike in Arizona

Tuesday, the state reported 90 percent of ICU beds are being used, about 870 of the beds for COVID-19 patients.

  TFD Paramedics reflect on their experience with the Bighorn fire

Two local fire paramedics are back to protecting the city after spending two weeks on the Bighorn fire.

Motorcyclist suffers serious injuries in crash on Grant Road

A motorcyclist suffered serious injuries in a two-vehicle crash on Grant Road in Tucson Tuesday, July 7.

  Fact Finders: How secure is my vote-by-mail ballot?

IT staff works alongside the Pima County government’s IT staff to make sure security measures are in place and tested.

Two die in crash at Broadway, Tucson boulevards

Intersection reopened shortly after 8:30 a.m.

Deadline to request primary ballot by mail is July 24

View sample ballots for each party

  Hundreds of COVID-related complaints reported in Pima County

Pima County Health officials visited dozens of bars over the holiday weekend.

  Health service company in Phoenix could bring contact tracing jobs to Tucson

County health officials have been urging a full fledged program for months, but was hampered by a lack of testing.

  Chicago’s July Fourth weekend ends with 17 dead, 70 wounded

One of Chicago’s bloodiest holiday weekends in memory ended with 17 people fatally shot, including a 7-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy, and 70 more wounded, despite a concerted effort to quell the violence with an additional 1,200 police officers on the streets.

  Online registration platform experiences problems on last day to register for primaries

Deadline to register midnight July 6

  Tap house with Series 6 liquor license to reopen

Governor's order only applies to Series 6 and 7 liquor license holders “whose primary sale is alcohol”

Justices rule states can bind presidential electors’ votes

The ruling, just under four months before the 2020 election, leaves in place laws in 32 states and the District of Columbia that bind electors to vote for the popular-vote winner, and electors almost always do so anyway.

  UPDATE: Family mourns loss of loved one killed by alleged drunk driver

Police looking for video that may have captured the collision

  Tell-all book by Trump niece to be released next week

Publisher Simon & Schuster cited "high interest and extraordinary interest" in the book by Mary Trump titled "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man."

  Judge orders Dakota Access pipeline shut down pending review

A federal judge ordered the Dakota Access pipeline to shut down, pending an environmental review.

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

Many times escaped pets don't even leave their neighborhood

  Trump calls NASCAR ‘noose’ controversy a hoax, says removal of Confederate flag lowered ratings

President Donald Trump is criticizing NASCAR in a Monday morning tweet, calling the “noose” found in Bubba Wallace’s garage at the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama a hoax.

  Northwest Fire responds to house fire north of Tucson

No injuries were reported.

Trump signs extension of COVID-relief fund for businesses

The legislation extends the June 30 deadline for applying for the program to Aug. 8.

  Sahuarita emphasizes social distancing for 2020 fireworks show

The Fire Marshall, Rural Metro Fire Department and Sahuarita Police Department were all on scene to make sure the show ran smoothly.

  Hundreds gather in Tucson to honor law enforcement

Hundreds of people showed up at a Tucson Police Department substation Saturday to show their support for law enforcement.

  All Souls Procession public events cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic

The public parts of the annual All Souls Procession have been cancelled due to the coronavirus.

  One-of-a-kind COVID-19 clinical trial happening now in Tucson

A one-of-a-kind clinical trial for COVID-19 is happening right here in southern Arizona.

  Pima County to accelerate contact tracing in coming weeks

PCHD says 300 to 400 contact tracers will be needed due to the recent surge in cases.

  Pima County health department hoping residents stay safe while celebrating

As closures continue and cases are on the rise, the Pima County Health Department hopes people will celebrate the Fourth of July safely.

  Tucson Mayor Regina Romero doubles down on white supremacist claim

Mayor Regina Romero told KOLD News 13 why she had the permit for a pro-law enforcement event revoked.

  Bighorn Fire damage assessment starting on Mount Lemmon

Crews are starting to get a look at what the Bighorn Fire did to Mount Lemmon.

Despite Ducey’s order, Orangetheory plans to reopen after Fourth of July weekend

Orangetheory has not responded to media questions about why its remain open following Gov. Doug Ducey's executive order.

Pima County Health Director on holiday weekend: “We really are encouraging people to stay home.”

More than 4,400 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Arizona on July 3.

Black Lives Matter banner cost city of Tucson more than $3,300

Tucson paid more than $3,300 for a Black Lives Matter banner that was displayed on city hall.

Sonora to restrict non-essential travel starting Saturday

Mexican authorities plan to set up revision points at the Sonora’s northern border starting this weekend to stop “non-essential” travel by United States citizens.

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

Fact Finders: Confusion over closures? Enforcement for Gov. Ducey’s executive order

The governor's office says the intention of the order is to "be interpreted broadly to minimize opportunities to spread COVID-19."

  From fires to floods: Bighorn Fire crews gear up for monsoon

From fires to flooding, here's what you can expect when rain hits Pima County.

  Tucson Mayor Regina Romero accuses organizers of pro-law enforcement event of being white supremacists

Tucson Mayor Regina Romero has accused the organizers of a pro-law enforcement event of being a white supremacists.

TUSD determines first day of class

TUSD says classes will begin online on August 10, 2020 and then move to in-person learning.

  Wildfire smoke may increase risk of heart attack

If you have symptoms of wildfire smoke exposure like shortness of breath or coughing, it may be best to remove yourself from that area right away.

Gyms ordered to close, not all are

Many gyms and fitness centers are now looking to find a way to continue to operate—and that means moving outdoors.

  Officials urge responsible camping and hiking 4th of July weekend

A face covering isn't required if you're able to keep a social distance while hiking but it's best to show up prepared.