Family of kidnapping victim speaks, first local LGBT wedding exp - Tucson News Now

Family of kidnapping victim speaks, first local LGBT wedding expo

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


We are learning brand new details about the kidnapping case that started at a Tucson hotel.  Police are telling us more about the dramatic take down as the family tells us about those scary and confusing hours their mother was held captive.  


Christine Pae will have the latest on the investigation, but to get caught up on this case, you can read here.


Cynthia Washington will tell us about a first of its kind wedding expo geared for LGBT couples.  It was held at Tucson Convention Center and organizers say businesses welcoming gay patrons are benefiting.


It's been a wild few weeks for weather.  Dan Bronis is also going to tell us what to expect when you get back to work.  You can check out the radar now and any time you want here.


I'm without my better half, Colton Shone, tonight so I'll be joining you starting at 5:30 p.m. on KOLD News 13!  See you then!


-Carissa 

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