Self-defense skills, Chicks N' Chaps event - Tucson News Now

Self-defense skills, Chicks N' Chaps event

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Happy Sunday! Here's what we're working on at Tucson News Now.

A local self-defense instructor wants to arm recreational runners with the skills to fend off an attacker.  Reporter Christine Pae will show you what you need to know as the Tucson community is still reeling from an incident where a jogger was sexually assaulted on a popular route. 

Today is day two of the Tucson Rodeo and today organizers used the popular event to highlight breast cancer awareness.  Chicks N Chaps hosts rodeo clinics all while raising money for research.  Reporter Cynthia Washington will show you the highlights.

Remember KOLD News 13 is your Tucson Rodeo station.  Check out our special rodeo page on TucsonNewsNow.com to learn more about new exhibits and what the rodeo is doing to celebrate 90 years!  Read all about it here.

We'll see you starting at 5:30 p.m. on KOLD News 13!

--Carissa
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