VIDEO: Two teens severely injured after jumping off border wall

Two teens were injured after jumping off the border wall near Yuma, Arizona Friday, Dec. 7.

Hardworking 7-year-old makes a difference in two shelter animal’s lives

Possible suspect on Grant and Alvernon

Cold War relic perfect for DIY privacy-seekers

UPDATE: Kolb Road reopens following fatal crash

Trump’s troubled White House in search of new chief of staff

‘A’ Mountain to be closed to traffic Tuesday morning

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US starts to withdraw troops from Trump border mission

3 carnival workers charged in killings of Kansas couple

Group collecting donations to help homeless teens attending public schools

1 hurt in crash that closed Sandario Road between Avra Valley, Twin Peaks

Silver Alert canceled: Missing Gila County man found safe

House fire kills 5 children, injures mother in OH

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

The Oracle Area Task Force was assembled to watch over resources from grants and to make sure that they were being put into use.

Former Miss Kentucky allegedly sent topless photos to 15-year-old student

The boy’s parents found the photo of the teacher on his phone and reported it to authorities, police said. She had been his teacher when he was in middle school.

FOUND: Missing man safe at home in Pima County

A man reported missing for more than 24 hours is safe at home, according to an update Monday morning from the Pima County Sheriff’s Department.

Presidential hopefuls pushed to go big on climate change

Hundreds of young demonstrators are planning to turn out Monday on Capitol Hill to push Democrats on a package of ambitious environmental goals — including a nationwide transition to 100 percent power from renewable sources within as little as 10 years — that's collectively dubbed the Green New Deal

  Tucson man proposes to girlfriend at Winterhaven Festival of Lights

UPDATE: Collision involving a Semi truck east of Benson

La Fiesta de Guadalupe

‘They were like brothers’: Boy, 12, raises money for best friend’s headstone

BREAKING: Phoenix murder suspect arrested in Tucson

Merry & Bright: Winterhaven lights up for 69th holiday season

Local Purple Heart veteran and family buy first home with Habitat for Humanity

Saturday morning was an exciting moment for the Dumoulin family, as they unlocked the next chapter of their lives.

Trump confirms John Kelly leaving White House at end of year

Pres. Donald Trump said Chief of Staff John Kelly is on his way out.

Bringing holiday spirit to children fighting cancer

Volunteers are bringing holiday spirit to local families with children fighting cancer.

PACC: Fashion show and Adoption event

Pima Animal Care Center is partnering with Tucson Rescue Now for a two-day fashion show and adoption event on Dec. 8 and 9.

Family of fallen AZDPS Officer takes tradition in serving the Southern DUI Task Force

It has been twenty years since a fiery crash on I-10 in Tucson took the life of Arizona Department of Public Safety Officer Juan Cruz.

Stamp of life: Holocaust survivor living strong in Tucson

It is a life proudly lived, chock-full of memories. Each is a reminder of where 91-year-old Walter Feiger has been and how far he's come to landing a stable, serene life at home in southern Arizona.

  UPDATE: 1 dead in crash that closed eastbound I-10 at Picacho Peak Road

The highway was reopened at about 4 a.m. on Friday.

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

Pima County is now the home to two new historic landmarks, thanks to a vote earlier this week by the Pima County Board of Supervisors - Ferguson House and Harrenstein House.

In marking anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack, a pledge to survivors: ‘We’ll continue to tell your story'

“Your unconquerable spirits will live forever.”

‘Thrive in the 05’ paying off in midtown neighborhood

People living and working in the neighborhood are teaming up with police officers and sheriff’s deputies, and even the simple things are making a big difference.

2nd arrest made in Huachuca City church arson case

Huachuca City Police Department has arrested the teen as part of the ongoing investigation into the arson fires, criminal damage and trespassing of the Huachuca City Methodist Church in October, November.

Tucson Wildlife Center receives critically ill Golden Eagle

Golden eagle brought to Tucson Wildlife Center believed to be victim of lead poisoning.

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

Do you hike on trails north of the Tucson Estates area in Tucson Mountain Park? You now have the opportunity to comment on a proposed trail system map of the area.

TUSD: Failed fire alarm system, emergency declared at Tucson middle school

An alarming problem at a Tucson middle school has the district working quickly in case of emergency.

Mueller: Manafort lied about contacts with Trump administration, Russians

The plea agreement will remain under seal until a later date.

Carondelet hospitals hold annual Nativity Blessings

The blessings are a long-loved tradition at the Carondelet Health Network. A priest or chaplain does a blessing of the Nativity statues and the service continues with prayer and caroling. It ends with cookies and cocoa for hospital staff to enjoy the warmth of collegiality before returning to work.

Man who plowed into Charlottesville crowd found guilty of first degree murder

The final witness was not in court late Thursday morning, however, causing a delay in the trial and an extended lunch break.

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

Here's a Christmas light display that is sure to put you in the holiday spirit.

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

Hundreds celebrated the life of deputy U.S. marshal Chase White on Friday, Dec. 7.

Teachers cut high school students’ hair in separate incidents: one fired, one arrested

In two incidents, teachers have taken scissors to their students' hair. While a teacher in California is facing charges, no charges have yet been filed against another teacher in New Mexico.

Trump signs funding stopgap, setting holiday fight on wall

President Donald Trump has signed a stopgap spending bill to fund key government departments for two-weeks, setting up a pre-Christmas showdown over border wall funding

4 officers plead not guilty to allegedly beating undercover officer in MO

Prosecutors said the victim was working undercover when the officers beat him thinking he was a protester in 2007.The suspects left behind a trail of incriminating text messages.

  LATEST: Trump to nominate William Barr for attorney general

President Donald Trump said Friday he will nominate William Barr, the former attorney general under President George H.W. Bush, for his next attorney general.

White House chief of staff Kelly to resign soon, reports say

John Kelly took over as chief of staff on July 31, 2017, with a mandate to instill order and professionalism in a largely inexperienced White House staff beset by disorganization in the early days of the Trump presidency.

Feds recommend ‘substantial’ jail time for Michael Cohen; Mueller recommendation cites Russia investigation cooperation

Cohen and Manafort are among five former Trump associates whom prosecutors have accused of lying either to federal investigators or to Congress.

Woman contracted fatal brain-eating amoeba infection from Neti pot water, doctors say

The woman had been suffering from seizures when doctors found a tumor in her brain.

KOLD INVESTIGATES: Suicide behind bars

So, KOLD went behind bars to look at the new ways our local officials are trying to stop the deaths as they throw millions more of your tax dollars at the problem.

MUSD votes 4 to 1 to close Thornydale Elementary

Parents, students, teachers, and community members had been urging the school district to keep the school open since the board first considered closure of the school, built in 1974 on Oldfather Road, back in March 2018.

All-clear given after CNN’s New York studios evacuated due to bomb threat

CNN’s New York offices and studios were evacuated Thursday night due to a bomb threat. The all-clear was given by police around 11:50 p.m. after investigators found no bombs in the Time Warner Center.

Trump to nominate Heather Nauert for UN Ambassador, reports say

Nauert has been the State Department spokesperson since April 2017.

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

Pima County approves easements, certifications.

Tijuana residents worry about long-term effects of migrants

Migrants are now planning to get work permits and stay in Mexico. However, some in Tijuana are concerned how that might affect their job security.

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.

ACTION DAY: Rain, mountain snow on tap for Friday

The KOLD News 13 First Alert Weather Team has called for an Action Day Friday, Dec. 7 because of rain and mountain snow.

Sun Tran to provide bus bridge for streetcar riders during service for fallen deputy marshal

Sun Tran will provide transportation services every 10 minutes during the closure to serve streetcar riders.

Police: Arizona couple put children in trunk to let dogs ride in back seat

An Arizona couple took a trip to Wyoming with two young children in the trunk while their dogs were placed in the back seat, authorities said.

Head-on collision involving semi and school bus kills 2, injures several in IL

Authorities said the truck was driving the wrong way. The driver of the semi is among the two adults killed in the crash.

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

The list was released as part of the company’s annual Year in Giving report, which highlights data, top fundraisers, trends and the most inspirational movements that took place at GoFundMe in 2018.

  George HW Bush laid to rest in Texas

Pres. George H.W. Bush arrived at the presidential library in College Station aboard the Bush 4141 train, and is being laid to rest.

Prosecutors drop case against accused BP agent

Agent Lonnie Swartz had been on trial twice already.

UPDATE: Young Tucson boy dead, suspect arrested following hit-and-run crash

A Tucson teen has died and a woman is facing serious charges following a hit-and-run crash last month.

Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport restaurants to raise menu prices

Travelers in Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport will soon have to shell out more if they want to eat there too

UPDATE: Gates Pass reopens after wreckage removal

Because of steep terrain, the vehicle could not be removed right away after the crash just west of the Gates Pass viewing area on Monday, Dec. 3.

Miracle on Congress transforms downtown Tucson

In anticipation of Miracle on Congress, Dominique Stoller from the Hub Ice Cream Factory joined us on Fox 11 Daybreak to share a special cookie recipe.

APP EXTRA: Pima County’s Suicide Epidemic

KOLD INVESTIGATES a suicide epidemic in Pima County. The rate has doubled from last year. Wendi Redman investigates how the Sheriff is spending millions to attack the problem. Watch our full report Tonight at 10pm.

Recreational marijuana legal in Michigan - but there’s a catch

Michigan passed the measure last month, becoming the 10th state to legalize the drug.

Supreme Court hearing closely watched double jeopardy case with Russian probe implications

The high court is considering whether to overturn a court-created exception to the Constitution's double-jeopardy bar that allows state and federal prosecutions for the same crime.

Huachuca City police make arrest in arson case

Fires were reported at the church, commonly known as The Church on the Hill, on Oct. 18 and Nov. 27.

Rat found inside vending machine at Florida school

Johnson says her daughter recorded the rat running through the vending machine inside Atlantic Community High School in Delray Beach, FL.

Lane switch in Eloy major sign of progress for ADOT project

Nearly a year to the day after crews began clearing the land to widen a stretch of I-10 near Eloy, westbound traffic has switched to new lanes, marking a major step in the project.

Daycare worker arrested after 2-month-old allegedly suffers 11 broken bones in her care

Police are looking into additional reports of injuries to at least two other children under 1 year old.

Church’s nativity scene puts baby Jesus in cage, wise men behind border wall

Parishioners say they want to start a conversation about migrants and the separation of children from their parents.

For first time, no USS Arizona survivors will be in attendance at ceremonies to mark attack on Pearl Harbor

No one who survived the bombing of the USS Arizona battleship will be in the audience.

Border residents feeling effects of migrant caravan

For people who live near the border, crossing between the two countries is a way of life.

Proposed change to Tucson marijuana ordinance tackles smell, cultivation location

The board voted to recommend to the city council that they remove the sunset date on the ordinance, allowing the city council to make future changes as they see fit.

Dozens train to honor their teammate, fallen deputy US Marshal

Grappling with loss, dozens gathered on the open mat at Daiymo Brazilian Jiu Jitsu on the northwest side Wednesday.

Avoiding holiday stress

Unfortunately, all that stress can easily land anyone in the doctor’s office. So, to stay out of the ER and at home for the holidays, the American Heart Association and Dr. Movahed have five important tips to remember.

AZ Game and Fish offers reward in case of dead deer dumped in San Manuel

The remains were discovered approximately a half-mile mile southwest of the end of Webb Drive, in a wash beside Campo Bonito Road, just outside of San Manuel.