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Heroes

Nominate someone in your life as a KOLD Hero.

The people of southern Arizona have a rich tradition of caring and supporting each other and our community. Every day, someone goes the extra mile to help a neighbor, comfort a friend or give time to a worthy cause.

KOLD News 13 and Baggin's want to recognize our local heroes. Each month, we'll select a local hero from your nominations and winners will be featured on KOLD News 13.

Nominate your Hero at TOP RIGHT!

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  • KOLD HEROES: Inspiring those with mental illness

    KOLD HEROES: Inspiring those with mental illness

    Monday, July 10 2017 5:46 PM EDT2017-07-10 21:46:14 GMT

    Giving a voice to the voiceless. Mindy Bernstein helps bring back purpose to the lives of those battling mental illness.

    Giving a voice to the voiceless. Mindy Bernstein helps bring back purpose to the lives of those battling mental illness.

  • KOLD HEROES: Man helps students on autism spectrum

    KOLD HEROES: Man helps students on autism spectrum

    Monday, July 10 2017 5:45 PM EDT2017-07-10 21:45:44 GMT
    (Source: Tucson News Now)(Source: Tucson News Now)

    From chasing breaking news to a small quiet apartment complex near the University of Arizona, Ken Hosto made a career move that’s changing the lives of young adults who are struggling to gain independence.

    From chasing breaking news to a small quiet apartment complex near the University of Arizona, Ken Hosto made a career move that’s changing the lives of young adults who are struggling to gain independence.

  • KOLD HEROES: A little gift goes a long way

    KOLD HEROES: A little gift goes a long way

    Thursday, December 1 2016 10:33 AM EST2016-12-01 15:33:43 GMT
    Leah Vidal has held thousands with a program that gives socks to the homeless community in Tucson. (Source: Alicia Foley)Leah Vidal has held thousands with a program that gives socks to the homeless community in Tucson. (Source: Alicia Foley)

    Leah Vidal, who has collected socks and other items for the homeless in our community, has been selected as the first KOLD Hero.

    Leah Vidal, who has collected socks and other items for the homeless in our community, has been selected as the first KOLD Hero.

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