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  • Construction site fire in Tucson results in $8-10 million in damages

    Owners dealing with melted cars after construction fire

    Friday, June 22 2018 7:15 PM EDT2018-06-22 23:15:42 GMT
    The fire from the construction site was so hot it melted cars in a parking lot next door. (Source: Tucson News Now)The fire from the construction site was so hot it melted cars in a parking lot next door. (Source: Tucson News Now)

    The large fire at the student housing construction site in midtown Tucson this week resulted in $8-10 million in damages, according to officials.

    The large fire at the student housing construction site in midtown Tucson this week resulted in $8-10 million in damages, according to officials.

  • Man attacked by bobcat near Bisbee, agencies search for wild animal

    Man attacked by bobcat near Bisbee, agencies search for wild animal

    Sunday, June 24 2018 9:44 PM EDT2018-06-25 01:44:35 GMT

    A man walking his dog in a neighborhood street off Naco Highway in Cochise County claims he was attacked by a bobcat Sunday morning. Cochise County Sheriff's Office shared the news in a press release Sunday evening. It stated that deputies and USDA personnel didn't locate the bobcat soon after 7:15 a.m., but they took the following report from the man. He noticed the bobcat in some brush near Della Street and Barnett Road. He told first responders that he let his dog go and tol...

    A man walking his dog in a neighborhood street off Naco Highway in Cochise County claims he was attacked by a bobcat Sunday morning. Cochise County Sheriff's Office shared the news in a press release Sunday evening. It stated that deputies and USDA personnel didn't locate the bobcat soon after 7:15 a.m., but they took the following report from the man. He noticed the bobcat in some brush near Della Street and Barnett Road. He told first responders that he let his dog go and tol...

  • Warning issued after rattlesnakes found inside pool noodle

    Warning issued after rattlesnakes found inside pool noodle

    Sunday, June 24 2018 9:23 AM EDT2018-06-24 13:23:28 GMT
    Sunday, June 24 2018 9:34 AM EDT2018-06-24 13:34:53 GMT
    An Arizona family grabbed two pool noodles that were up against a wall. That's when a big snake popped out of one of them and they found several babies inside. (Source: KNXV/CNN)An Arizona family grabbed two pool noodles that were up against a wall. That's when a big snake popped out of one of them and they found several babies inside. (Source: KNXV/CNN)

    An Arizona family grabbed two pool noodles that were up against a wall. That's when a big snake popped out of one of them and they found several babies inside. 

    An Arizona family grabbed two pool noodles that were up against a wall. That's when a big snake popped out of one of them and they found several babies inside. 

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

There are a few glitches with the new Affordable Care Act website at www.healthcare.gov according to health care experts. 

Nearly 1 million uninsured Arizonans are eligible to enroll in the ACA beginning today, and in order for those signing up not to be discouraged when they encounter these delays a toll free number has been provided.

Arizonans who encounter problems with the website can call 1-800-318-2596 or get help through a community health center.  The community health center can be reached by going online to www.aachc.org or call (602) 253-0090 to find a center closest to them.

The problems with the website should be cleared up by November, according to health care experts.

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