Local officer killed in crash, Flooding cleanup at school - Tucson News Now

Local officer killed in crash, Flooding cleanup at school

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Here’s what we are working on at Tucson News Now…

The Tucson community and law enforcement are mourning the loss of a police officer killed in Phoenix by a wrong-way driver.  We are gathering more details about the wreck and about the life and work of Officer Isaac Rosario.

Cleanup continues in San Manuel after major flooding last week.  Those affected now… local school children.  We’re learning the flooding damaged some classrooms and teachers are scrambling to make sure the school year starts right.  Cynthia Washington is checking that out.  She’ll have that at 5:30 p.m.

Rainbows, sunsets, and rain… we love to see all of it on our See It, Snap It, Send It page on TucsonNewsNow.com.  It’s easy to upload your favorite weather pictures and Dan Bronis likes to use a few of them in his weekend forecasts.  Send us your pics here.

 See you starting on KOLD News 13 Live at 5:30 p.m. !

Carissa

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