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High Five Tour Mustang hits Tucson

High Five Mustang (Source: Wounded Warriors Family Support/Ron Julianelle) High Five Mustang (Source: Wounded Warriors Family Support/Ron Julianelle)
High Five Mustang (Source: Wounded Warriors Family Support/Ron Julianelle) High Five Mustang (Source: Wounded Warriors Family Support/Ron Julianelle)
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    Flames ripped through the Heuser’s home on Saturday evening and now the family is speaking out to warn others about the dangers of how it may have started.

    Flames ripped through the Heuser’s home on Saturday evening and now the family is speaking out to warn others about the dangers of how it may have started. The fire broke out just before 430 on Saturday on 28th Street near Wilmot in Tucson.

  • Overnight fire damages northwest side restaurant

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    Sunday, June 25 2017 9:37 PM EDT2017-06-26 01:37:32 GMT
    Source: Northwest Fire DistrictSource: Northwest Fire District

    Northwest Fire District crews responded to an overnight fire on the northwest side of Tucson that caused major damage to a restaurant early Sunday morning.  

    Northwest Fire District crews responded to an overnight fire on the northwest side of Tucson that caused major damage to a restaurant early Sunday morning.  

  • UPDATE: TPD arrests homicide suspect in overnight stabbing; identify victim

    UPDATE: TPD arrests homicide suspect in overnight stabbing; identify victim

    Sunday, June 25 2017 1:44 PM EDT2017-06-25 17:44:37 GMT
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    Police have made an arrest of a homicide suspect after investigating the scene on the east side of Tucson, and have identified the man killed.

    Police have made an arrest of a homicide suspect after investigating the scene on the east side of Tucson, and have identified the man killed.

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Today the public has a chance to show their support to wounded warriors and their families, as the High Five Tour stops in Tucson.

An American flag wrapped Ford Mustang is part of the tour.  It will stop in 65 cities in 48 states. The group is on a mission to show appreciation to all military families across America.  It is also on a mission to raise money for 'smart homes' for two deserving wounded warriors and their families.

The funds will go directly to the construction of the homes, which will be custom designed to cater to the veterans injuries and their needs.

There are two locations in Tucson where the public can see this vehicle and offer their support.  The locations are:

-Protection One (3280 E. Hemisphere Loop, Ste. 100, Tucson) from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., near Valencia and Country Club

-Jim Click Ford/Lincoln (6244 E. 22nd St., Tucson) from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. near 22nd Street and Wilmot. 

For those interested in donating to the High Five Tour please go online to http://www.highfivetour.com/ and click the 'donate' button.

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