KOLD HEROES: Nominate the hero in your life

The people of southern Arizona have a rich tradition of caring and supporting each other. We are looking for the people who go the extra mile to make a difference in our community.

  KOLD HEROES: 10-year-old helping others to get what they need

10-year-old Alexia Serna isn't focused on the typical things a child her age. Instead, she wants to make sure the people around her, even complete strangers, have what they need.

KOLD Hero: Hannah Ochoa fighting leukemia for a third time with a smile, positive attitude

Her mother, Regina, says Hannah fights with a smile and a positive attitude every day. "She's just a fighter. She's an amazing girl, she's such a little warrior," she says. Ochoa also has Down's Syndrome.

KOLD Hero: Roberto Veyeia

Roberto Veyeia says his goal is to make the lives of those who need help, better. It's something he's been doing in a Tucson community for decades.

KOLD HEROES: Lucia and Tyler Miller

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -  Lucia and Tyler Miller say they're ready for the second year of the Renaissance Academy of Tucson to start.   The school is dedicated to helping middle and high school students with special needs get the extra help they need.   Lucia calls it her "dream school". "As soon as I took my first special education class, I know this was my calling.  I knew this is what I'm supposed to do," she says. Luc...

KOLD HEROES: Gift of life brings cousins closer together

Before Nicholas Badalamenti starts his sophomore year at NAU, he's headed to Pittsburgh to help his cousin Sarah Foreman by donating part of his kidney.

KOLD HEROES: Brotherly love runs deep for Tucson men

The bond between Chris and Matthew Fair may seem like a normal case of brotherly love, but there is much more to it.

KOLD HERO: Larry Hecker still inspiring others

Larry Hecker turns 95-years-old in just a few weeks. However, he's busy around the clock at work, and inspiring others.