PACC celebrating National Dog Week by cutting adoption fees in half

The price to bring home a dog from Pima Animal Care Center has been reduced to $25 in honor of National Dog Week, Sept. 23-29. This is celebrated in the fourth week of September every year.

Family-Friendly Toddler Time Tours at Colossal Cave Mountain Park

Colossal Cave Mountain Park is offering the Toddler Time Tours for children and an accompanying adult on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.

Saguaro National Park, Tucson Mountain District offers Youth Outdoor Camps October through April

Campers set up tents and string up tarps for shelter at their base camp, learn how to use a backpack stove to cook hot chocolate and soup, discover the desert’s secrets as they wander through the hidden washes searching for animals and their signs, and learn how to explore the outdoors safely.

’Pupapoolooza’ event to take place at Picture Rocks Pool

Parks and Recreation is opening up its Picture Rocks Pool to dogs of all shapes and sizes on Saturday, Sept. 22, before staff drains and closes the pool.

Flea, tick products can cause seizures in pets, FDA warns

Flea treatments for dogs and cats can lead to neurological issues, including muscle tremors and seizures, the Food and Drug Administration warned.

Pima County road closures

List of Pima County road closures.

Drivers, officials celebrate completion of 1st segment in Tangerine Road Project

Construction on the project started in July of 2016.

“50 Great American Places” author to speak at Patronato San Xavier fundraiser in Tucson

Dr. Glass, the Director Emeritus of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, will discuss the Mission at two events, one in Tucson and one in Phoenix to benefit Patronato San Xavier, the nonprofit dedicated to preserving and restoring the Mission.

Red Cross: Blood, platelet donations needed in wake of Hurricane Florence

Upcoming blood donation opportunities in southern Arizona.

Nissan recalling more than 215,000 cars and SUV’s because of fire risk

Brake fluid could leak onto a circuit board, causing a short and a possible fire.

Ground beef recall: 130,000 pounds possibly contaminated with E. coli

The beef products are being recalled by Cargill Meat Solutions, which produced and packaged the items on June 21, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture news release.

Special Education Teacher position available at Cochise County Jail

This post is at the Cochise County Jail in Bisbee, teaching special education inmates.

Cochise County to host town hall meeting on Naco HAZMAT issue

A town hall hosted by Cochise County Health & Social Services will be held in Naco on Friday, Sept. 21 to answer local residents’ questions about the ongoing HAZMAT situation.

Rialto Theatre approaches $1 million fund-raising goal

The person whose donation, no matter the amount, gets the foundation to $1 million will receive an annual arena membership worth $500.

Public comment sought on proposed changes for Sun Tran Routes 10, 17

Public input is sought on proposed changes to Sun Tran Routes 10 & 17. An open house event will be held for the public to meet Sun Tran staff and provide feedback.

Larry H. Miller provides free car seat checks at Keys to Car Seat Safety event

Larry H. Miller Dealerships, in partnership with Safe Kids Arizona and local first responders, is kicking off a series of free Saturday events to help Arizona parents ensure their car seats are properly installed.

Brie Larson debuts in the Marvel Universe as Captain Marvel

The "Captain Marvel" trailer debuted Tuesday, feature Brie Larson as Capt. Carol Danvers.

Southern AZ: Halloween, pumpkin patches and corn mazes for 2018

October is just around the corner and you know what that means - pumpkin patches, corn mazes, haunted houses and Halloween!

Women Under the Sun - AZ hosting a charity golf tournament for NAMI of Southern-AZ

They are hosting a golf tournament, at the OMNI Tucson National Resort, on Friday, Sept. 21 with proceeds benefiting the Southern Arizona Chapter of National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).

Pima County sends out ‘Register To Vote Mailer’

The Pima County Recorder’s Office along with the Arizona Secretary of State, sent the following mailer to Pima County residents that are not registered to vote, according to a recent news release.

Operation Homefront accepting nominations for 2019 Military Child of the Year

Military Child of the Year is a celebration of the achievements of military children. Nominations are open through Dec. 5, and all awards will be presented at a recognition gala April 18, 2019, in Washington D.C.

Goodwill Job Connection hosting job fairs to hire for TUSD bus drivers

Goodwill Job Connection is hosting 3 job fairs in September, to help the Tucson Unified School District hire bus drivers and monitors.

CALL FOR ARTISTS: City of Tucson accepting proposals for new murals downtown

The city is currently accepting proposals from artists for the second round of the program, offered through the City of Tucson Mural Arts Program and Tucson Arts Brigade.

General Motors recalls some pickups and SUVs over brakes

General Motors is recalling about 41,000 pickup trucks and police sports utility vehicles because of loose brake pedals

Colossal Cave Mountain Park extending Friday, Saturday hours

New extended hours on Friday and Saturday for Colossal Cave Mountain Park.

Pollinator BioBlitz for National Public Lands Day at Coronado National Memorial

What is a Pollinator Blitz? It is a fun way to document and identify the different species in the park using your smartphone (or digital camera) and the iNaturalist app for iOS or Android.

Bob Evans recalling more than 46,000 pounds of pork sausage links

Plastic pieces may have gotten into the pork sausage links.

Amateur, professional photographers invited to enter AZ Highways contest

Amateur and professional photographers are invited to participate in the magazine’s annual photography contest. The deadline for submissions is Dec. 15.

Sonoran Corridor: ADOT wants to know what the public thinks

Nearly halfway through a three-year environmental study, state and federal transportation officials want public input on a proposed Sonoran Corridor connecting Interstate 10 and Interstate 19 south of Tucson International Airport.

Watch KOLD News 13: Antenna tips and reception troubleshooting

Those who wish to watch KOLD News 13 programming on their TV without having cable can tune in our digital signal for free by setting up an antenna to receive our “off-air” digital signal.

FLIGHT AWARE: Track any flight here

Flight aware helps you track airplanes in real time.

  Sunnyside schools seek help for AP students

For many students, Advanced Placement classes can be a key part of what helps to prepare them for and get them into college. When it comes to affording AP tests though, that can be difficult for students.

Startup Tucson celebrates 4th annual TENWEST Festival

The TENWEST Festival is a week long community celebration that promotes collaboration, as well as educating and recognizing partners for their work in STEM, sustainability, entrepreneurship, technology, arts, and culture.

Hypertension medication recalled because of labeling mix-up

According to the Food and Drug Administration, one lot of Hydrochlorothiazide Tablets USP, 12.5 mg, is being recalled after a 100-count bottle of the medication by Accord Healthcare Inc. was found to contain another medication.