Upcoming job fairs in southern Arizona

Humane Society of Southern Arizona December Pet of the Day

Group collecting donations to help homeless teens attending public schools

Tucson hoping to improve quality of life with Oracle Area Task Force

Pima County has two new historic landmarks - Ferguson House and Harrenstein House

‘Thrive in the 05’ paying off in midtown neighborhood

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  Tucson Wildlife Center receives critically ill Golden Eagle

Open house for trail management plan in the Tucson Mountain Park/Tucson Estates

Carondelet hospitals hold annual Nativity Blessings

Local family puts on amazing light show to get you in the Christmas spirit

WATCH: Fallen deputy US marshal remembered as hero, family man

MUSD votes 4 to 1 to close Thornydale Elementary

Pima County Board of Supervisors approves Ajo conservation easements, Anza Trail certification

Pima County approves easements, certifications.

KOLD CARES: Help us Stuff the Stagecoach Friday

On Friday, Dec. 7, Wells Fargo and KOLD News 13 will team up again to give everyone a chance to give back with the annual Stuff the Stagecoach Holiday Food Drive.

  Ducey awards Volkswagen settlement money to some AZ school districts

A total of 142 new buses are expected to hit the road when all is said and done.

Free streetcar ride to Parade of Lights downtown

Sun Link is letting the public ride for free all day on Saturday, Dec. 15, to celebrate the 24th annual Parade of Lights & Festival. Free rides are provided by Downtown Tucson Partnership and Pima Community College.

Tucson makes GoFundMe’s top 10 ‘most generous’ list

Southeast Regional Archery Range gets a new shade canopy

Miracle on Congress transforms downtown Tucson

Antique Toy Horse Display at Canoa Ranch

10th annual Sahuarita Pecan Festival raises $18,000 for the community

FAMILY FINDER: Darryl looking for a forever family

You’re a mean one, Arizona! State ranked as 8th “Grinchiest” state

The state was less 'grinchier' than Minnesota, Nevada, Michigan, New Jersey, Florida, Hawaii, and Alaska.

Arnold Palacios appointed to lead Pima County Community Services, Employment and Training Dept.

Palacios has over 30 years of experience in various areas of knowledge to qualify him for the position.

Porch Pirate Protection: Grinch hits Sierra Vista home

’Tis the season for porch pirates. Do you put a priority on protecting your home from potential grinches?

Parks and Rec coordinates calls with Santa for Tucson children

Santa Claus spent Tuesday night, December 4, on the phone calling hundreds of kids in Tucson, spreading Christmas cheer, and seeing what they wanted under their tree.

Fuelwood permits available for sale on Coronado National Forest

Fuelwood permits are available for sale on each of the five geographic units (Ranger Districts) on Coronado National Forest.

Celebrating the holidays in southern Arizona in 2018

Celebrate the holidays in southern Arizona.

December 2nd Saturdays event kicks off with winter hours

The holiday season is here and downtown is fully in. December's 2nd Saturdays will kick off winter hours from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Local families receive food, goods from United Way of Tucson, Feed the Children partnership

United Way, PepsiCo, and Frito-Lay recruited dozens of volunteers to manage the high-traffic gift distribution.

Supervisors OK funding for second phase of Kino South Sports Complex expansion

the first phase will begin with 12 natural grass sand-based multi-use fields and 20 pickleball courts.

Tucson named one the stingiest cities for going on dates

Tucson and Phoenix came in the top ten according to WhatsYourPrice

El Guero Canelo among the best U.S. restaurants according to TripAdvisor

El Guero Canelo came in 19th place for Top Fast Casual Restaurant in the U.S.

Winterhaven to open, here’s what you need to know

Winterhaven will be open from 6-10 p.m. each night.

Sections of Arizona forest close for bald eagle nesting

Sections of Tonto National Forest in Arizona are being closed to the public for the annual bald eagle nesting season

Urn found in road in Cochise County

The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help.

Fireplaces heat up as temperatures cool down

Wood smoke contains tiny particles and toxic pollutants including benzene, formaldehyde and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Pollutants in wood smoke can cause the eyes, nose and throat to burn with irritation, and even cause headaches, nausea and acute bronchitis.

Travel by transit to weekend events

Sun Link streetcar and Sun Tran buses provide a cost-effective transportation option without the parking hassles to events taking place this weekend.

Covering the Holidays: A collection of Arizona Highways December covers

“Covering the Holidays: The December Cover Collection from Arizona Highways: 1938-2017” is available at all Arizona Costco locations; Barnes and Noble stores in Phoenix, Tucson, Yuma and Flagstaff; and Changing Hands Bookstore locations in Phoenix and Tempe.

Cochise County now offers same-day birth, death certificates at all locations

Residents can visit any of the Cochise Health & Social Services clinics in Sierra Vista, Bisbee, Benson, Willcox and Douglas to receive this service.

Casa Grande Ruins annual speaker series: Jim Turner

Now through March 6, 2019, Casa Grande Ruins is hosting its annual speaker series.

‘Holiday Cactus Caravan’ family auto tours at Saguaro National Park East

Park rangers will lead 90-minute auto tours beginning at 5 pm and continuing every 30 minutes after that, with the last tour at 8 p.m. Visitors will drive their own cars on the tour, which includes a short walk on a fully accessible trail.

Brighten a local seniors’ holiday season - be a ‘Santa to a Senior’

This is a chance to provide gifts and holiday cheer to seniors, who may be isolated from friends or family this season. According to AARP, 28 percent of people 65 or older live alone and holidays can be especially hard for them.

Miriam Romero announced 2018 Arizona English Language Learner Teacher of the Year

Miriam Romero will be honored at a banquet at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort.

  The Christmas Collector: Sahuarita woman has more than a hundred trees in her home

Surely nothing like Jerri Fleck’s home, though. From the looks of the inside, you’d never expect it from the outside that she is an avid Christmas collector.

KOLD CARES: 100 Club of Arizona phone bank for deputy U.S. Marshal killed in the line of duty

KOLD News 13 and 100 Club of Arizona is holding a phone bank to help raise funds for the deputy U.S. Marshal that was killed Thursday, Nov. 29.

Humane Society of Southern Arizona November Pet of the Day

Looking for a furry friend? Here are a few up for adoptions.

Study ranks Arizona among worst in country for school zone safety

It breaks things down by county and individual school area, giving each of them a letter grade. More than a dozen other school zones in Pima County got an F.

Golder Ranch Fire District makes a special delivery

The men went to the veteran's home while off duty.

Urban fishing likely to get city approval

Now, it appears the city will approve a five year extension of its agreement with Game and Fish to stock its three lakes with thousands of fish per month, including trout in the cooler months and catfish in the warmer months.

Oro Valley wants to hear from residents!

The Town of Oro Valley invites residents to weigh in on proposed intersection improvements at the La Cañada Drive and Moore Road intersection.

Ford Model A owners meet in Tucson for national convention

Classic car enthusiasts will notice quite a few more Ford Model A's driving around this week than you might typically see in and around Tucson due to the National Ford Model A Convention happening at the Tucson Hilton East.

THINK ABOUT IT EDITORIAL: Welcome from new KOLD Vice President/General Manager

Hello, I am Eric Duncan, Vice President and General Manager here at KOLD 13.

19 cats in need of a new home

All adopted pets come spayed or neutered with age-appropriate vaccinations.

Neighbors on alert amid increase in midtown car thefts

Stolen vehicles are typically recovered within a few days and are found not too far from where they were stolen.

Saguaro National Park November, December schedule

Saguaro National Park is offering a variety of walks and talks that explore the park’s wonderful natural and cultural histories.

Cochise County amends agreement with Huachuca City Animal Shelter

An amended intergovernmental agreement between Cochise County and the Huachuca City Animal Shelter will allow the facility to expand and improve its operations.

Pima County sponsoring veterans’ resource fair

The event will be open to veterans and their families.

Flood Control District begins new phase of Santa Cruz sediment removal project

The flood control says there is over 10 feet of buildup in some areas.

Off-duty Border Patrol agent facing huge fine for causing Sawmill Fire

The off-duty Border Patrol agent who caused the Sawmill Fire last year will face years of probation and a huge fine.

JC Penney hosting back to school shopping spree for Kids In Need

The KIN Foundation is looking for people to help feed and clothe children before they go back to school.

Pima County to allow medical marijuana cultivation to additional zones

Caregivers will be allowed to cultivate medical marijuana in GR-1 and RH zones without a Conditional Use permit.

SR 67 to North Rim of Grand Canyon to close for winter in December

State Route 67 between Jacob Lake (US 89A) and the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park is scheduled to close for the winter season on Monday, Dec. 3.

Red Cross: Urgent need for blood and platelet donations now

Upcoming blood donation opportunities in southern Arizona.

PACC: Party with the Pets event

The free family event will be held on Dec. 2, 2018

Mayor Rothschild lights up Tucson Christmas tree

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild lighted the Downtown Tucson Christmas tree Friday, Nov. 23, in a ceremony at Jácome Plaza.

KOLD HEROES: Amando Millabas leading charge, helping local veterans

The first federal grant program in Tucson to help 9,ooo veterans

Disposing of holiday food waste? Do it the right way

Disposing any holiday food following Thanksgiving? Plumbers urge you to do it the right way, so the decision doesn't cost you big down the line.

Sun Link offering free streetcar rides for Small Business Saturday

Help support Tucson's small businesses on Saturday by riding the Sun Link

Tucson locals say they think Black Friday has changed

10 years ago the lines outside of stores like Target, Walmart, and Best Buy would’ve been long and made up of people excitedly awaiting Black Friday deals. Now, in 2018 and with the cyber age in full swing, Tucsonans say they think that Black Friday has changed. In fact many of them say when it come

November, December, January events at Tubac Presidio

Events happening in October at Tubac Presidio

Cyclists use Thanksgiving tradition as fundraiser for local non-profit

Cyclists are using a Thanksgiving tradition to raise money for Look Save a Life, a non-profit dedicated to curbing distracted driving in Tucson.

Salvation Army of Tucson serves thousands of meals on Thanksgiving

For 36 years, the Salvation Army of Tucson and its volunteers have been helping the needy in our community have a great Thanksgiving meal.

FORGOT SOMETHING? Here are the stores that are open today

With the clock ticking to the big turkey dinner, shoppers stopped for last minute items at Bashas' on Sunrise Drive Wednesday evening.

Restaurants open on Thanksgiving 2018

Thanksgiving is this week and consumers all around the country will be rushing around to see family. Some may want to grab a bite while on the road and some may need to make a last-minute grocery run.

Ranch Elementary Preschool Pathfinders club

The new Preschool Pathfinders club is making a difference in the lives of the preschool students at Ranch Elementary. Preschool Pathfinders, is a leadership club opportunity for 5th and 6th grade students.

Pies in Passing: Arizona’s oldest restaurant serves up tradition for travelers

A couple hours north of Tucson - you’ll find a cafe in their busiest time of year, making and shipping those pies by the thousand.

Buzzed driving is drunk driving holiday campaign kicked off by PCSD

A reminder to all drivers that "Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving". According to a recent news release, the campaign will run from Wednesday, Nov. 21 to Monday, Dec. 31.

FAMILY FINDER: Jasmine loves glitter and trying new things

“Jasmine needs a family that is willing to spend time to really get to know her,” said Jodi.This little girl loves to see the positive in every situation and really wants a family to just spend quality time with.

Upgrade to GoTucson Parking mobile app

Beginning Monday, Nov. 26, the GoTucson Parking mobile app will allow customers to purchase and renew monthly permits for City of Tucson parking garages and surface parking lots downtown.