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Humane Society of Southern Arizona January Pet of the Day

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Recall: Chicken nuggets may contain wood pieces

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JOB FAIRS: Diversity Career Fair, school districts provide opportunities to job seekers

Tucson advised against latest effort to become sanctuary

Police increase efforts amid Human Trafficking Awareness month

Hyundai, Kia recall about 168,000 vehicles for fire risk

FDA list of recalled dry dog food

Tucson Association of REALTORS Soccer Shootout taking place this weekend

Tucson shredding event happening Sat. Feb. 23

The event will take place at the Kino Sports Complex.

Canoa Ranch to premier the first “Country Markets”

The first event will premier on Jan. 17 and end on Feb. 7.

Help UAPD find a suspect in a theft from a vending machine

The University of Arizona Police Department is asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect believed to be involved in a burglary on Dec. 8, 2018.

Sun Link late-night service returns

As students at the University of Arizona return, so does the late night service for the Sun Link streetcar.

Donate extra citrus during Super Citrus Saturdays

County approves agreement to build high-rise in downtown Tucson

UA student hit by suspected drunk driver makes tremendous comeback

New photos, videos from Jan. 8 shooting released

Court document reveals details of year’s first homicide

Lupin Pharmaceuticals recalls injections due to visual gray material

Upcoming job opportunities in southern Arizona: Lowe’s

Employment opportunities in southern Arizona

Tucson police answer questions about murder rate in area

In a Facebook post, the Tucson Police Department answered several questions about the murder rate in the area.

Ford recalls more than 953,000 vehicles

Dealers will replace air bag inflators

BBB warns against ‘risk-free’ trial offers

Says consumers should tread carefully when they encounter these deceptive ads

Resolve to give blood with the Red Cross

Upcoming blood donation opportunities in southern Arizona.

Pima County opens Agua Caliente Park for one-time fishing opportunity

The park is located at 12325 E. Roger Road

  Salvation Army keeps doors open for Operation Deep Freeze as cold weather continues

The Salvation Army’s Hospitality House is full of guests as frigid temperatures stick around Southern Arizona.

Trail video captures mountain lion near Bear Canyon

It was a trail camera that caught the mountain lion in lower Bear Canyon in the Sabino Canyon Recreation area.

Social media heats up with Tucson’s snowfall

Two straight days of snow in southern Arizona means a blizzard of social media posts

Aurobindo Pharma recalls 80 lots of Valsartan Tablets for blood pressure, possible impurity

Patients taking the medication are encouraged to continue using because the health risk may be higher if discontinued without an alternative.

Look out for red flags in online puppy purchasing scams

Many may be looking to expand their family in 2019 by adding a new four-legged fur baby to their household, but the Better Business Bureau (BBB) says it’s important not to get too caught up in the excitement.

Brooke’s Bargains: Four ways to save more in 2019

If you're like most Americans - one of your resolutions is to save money. But it's hard to make that stick without choosing one or two very specific goals.

Tips to protect people, pets, plants, pipes in a freeze

Freeze watch in effect late Friday night through Saturday morning and late Saturday night through Sunday morning.

Humane Society of Southern Arizona December Pet of the Day

Looking for a new furry friend in time for the holidays? Here are a few available for adoption...

Kroger recalling shrimp products due to potential health hazard

Check your refrigerators; a huge recall on shrimp is impacting residents in Northwest Ohio and Michigan.

New documentary featuring local non-profit premieres in Tucson

Founded by local radio show host and non-profit director, Dr. Deb Waterbury, the Reap What You Sew school held their 2nd graduation this past summer. In the two years since the school began, 17 out of 19 graduates have started their own businesses and been able to lift their families out of poverty.

Safe ride options, transit schedule for New Year’s Eve, beyond

Be safe on the road this holiday season.

3rd Annual Arizona Bowl Downtown Block Party

Before the 2018 NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl there will be live music, beer, carnival rides and games, jumpstarting a weekend full of activities for visiting fans, bands, teams and locals.

Refugees glean help for themselves, others by harvesting fruit

When refugees resettle in Tucson they can isolate themselves from the community because of the language and cultural barriers. Harvesting produce gets them out of their homes.

PCC police detail contact with man accused of killing deputy marshal

According police reports, PCC police officers had contact with Ryan Schlesinger as early as August 2017.

Tucson VA to host holiday train display

Everyone is invited to view the model train displays, there will be society members on hand to answer questions.

TUCSON TALKS: State of the City with Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild

In the latest edition of Tucson Talks, we got talked with Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild about the state of the city as we move into 2019.

AZ Game and Fish Department conducting aerial big game surveys in January

“Although we attempt to conduct these flights so that there is minimal conflict with ongoing hunts, surveys may overlap with an open hunt,” said Regional Supervisor Raul Vega of Game and Fish in Tucson.

Pima Vocational High School, Las Artes accepting students for January sessions

The two programs - Pima Vocational High School and Las Artes Arts & Education Center are accepting applications for entry into January sessions.

US government shutdown explained: Who works, who doesn’t?

Trump had said he wants $5 billion budgeted for the wall. A partial government shutdown could occur if there are no spending bills passed into law by Congress by midnight Friday.

FDA warns about dangers of teething necklaces, bracelets after death of 18-month-old boy

One report involved a 7-month old child who choked on the beads of a wooden teething bracelet while under parental supervision and was taken to the hospital. Another involved an 18-month-old child who was strangled to death by his amber teething necklace during a nap.

Ford recalls F-Series trucks because of fire danger

Dealers will inspect and repair or replace faulty block heaters if needed. The recall is expected to start Jan. 7.

Blood pressure medication recalled due to ‘unexpected impurity’

According to the FDA (United States Food and Drug Administration), Torrent Pharmaceuticals Limited is voluntarily recalling two lots of Losartan potassium tablets,

Tucson Fire, local Red Cross team up to extinguish holiday fires

The holiday season means a surge in home fire, and the Tucson Fire Department is teaming up with the Red Cross to remind everyone to make safety a priority while you celebrate.

Brooke’s Bargains: Regifting Rules

In fact, the average person re-gifted four presents last year. But first, there are some things you should know. Brooke’s Bargains compared notes with etiquette and money experts to build your rules of regifting.

Transit survey: Let us know what you think

This plan will examine potential changes to Sun Tran, Sun Link and Sun Shuttle service over the next 10 years.

Tucson air traffic controller recognized for preventing potentially deadly collision

Two aircraft came within as little as 20 feet of each other in the 2017 incident at Tucson International Airport.

Lake Pleasant Bald Eagle Cam

It is currently breeding season and eggs may be hatched at different times, according to the Arizona Game and Fish Department.

Reduced winter hours for the Sun Link streetcar

Monday through Wednesday hours will not change, operating regularly from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

USAF Thunderbirds, A-10 & F-22 to headline 2019 D-M air show

“We are very delighted that we will have three of the Air Force's most popular air show demonstration teams all performing at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base,” said Maj. Tyler “Leeroy” Schultz, Director of the Thunder & Lightning Over Arizona Air Show.

Saguaro National Park (West District) looking for tenant for Perper House

Those interested in submitting ideas should do so by 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18.

Pima Co. library program helps you get high school diploma for free

Anyone who’s 22 or older, a Pima County resident, and who has a Pima County library card can apply to be in the county’s Career Online High School program.

Same farm where romaine E. coli outbreak may have started issues recalls for other vegetables

The farm, Adams Bros. Farming Inc., said that other harvests of vegetables, culled last month, may be contaminated with the same strain of E. coli as the romaine lettuce.

  Avoiding the post office lines, some choose local to ship

Friday Dec. 14 was the last day to get packages delivered cheaply.

Celebrating the holidays in southern Arizona in 2018

Celebrate the holidays in southern Arizona.

Study: Heavy backpacks could hurt your child

A recent study claims carrying a heavy backpack puts children and teens at risk for long-term health problems.

Toyota recalls address possible restraint, braking issues

Thursday, the auto maker recalled nearly 90,000 Land Cruisers and Lexus LX-570 vehicles from the past decade over a safety issue that involves the front passenger seat belt.

Marana Cares Mobile providing meals to kids during winter break

Marana Cares Mobile will once again be providing free meals for children during winter break - from Monday to Friday (except Christmas and New Year’s Day) December 24, 26, 27, 28, 31 and January 2, 3, 4 .

Win $100K by ditching your smartphone for a year

Vitaminwater is offering $100,000 if you can prove you can live without your smartphone for one year.

DPS helicopter used in first night hoist rescue

The mission to rescue a stranded rock climber north of Sedona was the first of its kind.

Brooke’s Bargains: Holiday shipping comparison

We did a carrier cost comparison for you. This is for two-day shipping, and we randomly picked a zip code near Houston (two postal zones away), going out from our station zip in Tucson.

U by Kotex Tampons voluntarily recalled after reports of pieces getting stuck inside women’s bodies

Kimberly-Clark, the tampon’s manufacturer, says retailers have been alerted to remove the recalled product from shelves and post a notification in their stores.

Michelle Obama will bring book tour to Arizona in 2019

Michelle Obama will visit Arizona next year as part of her nationwide book tour.

Jimmy Dean sausage links recalled, ‘pieces of metal’ contamination

The company reportedly received five consumer complaints.

Suspect under arrest after incident on Grant and Alvernon

Suspect was taken into custody without incident.

Recall: Popular high chairs could collapse

Skip Hop has received 17 reports of the legs of the high chairs detaching. No injuries have been reported.

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.

‘Avengers: Endgame’ trailer released

The Avengers are broken and only have one ensemble film left to wrap up a storyline that’s been 11 years and 22 movies in the making.

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.

Infants' liquid ibuprofen sold at CVS, Walmart, Family Dollar recalled

Several lots of liquid baby ibuprofen sold at Walmart, CVS and Family Dollar has been recalled due to the potential of overdose.

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.

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.

Arizona football begins 2019 with ‘Week 0’ game in Hawaii

The 2019 University of Arizona football season, which was announced on Tuesday, Dec. 4, begins with an early trip to Hawaii, includes three bye weeks, and features a non-conference home matchup with Texas Tech.