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Arizona mayor declares state of emergency amid immigration crisis
Yuma, Ariz. — On the front line of Arizona's border battle, agents gather names and offer water to migrants before taking them to detention centers. Seventy-two hours later, the migrants, mostly families from Central America, are released into Yuma, a city of 100,000 with just one shelter, a convert
The Thing remains a great mystery and Absolutely Arizona
TUCSON, Ariz. — The Thing is one of the great mysteries of Southeast Arizona. For hundreds of miles along Interstate 10, billboards ask the question "What is it?" "There's probably about 60 or 70 billboards that currently advertise The Thing," according to Kit Johnson with Bowlin Travel Centers. "Th
Pima County Attorney dismisses charges against UA students in Border Patrol incident
TUCSON, Ariz. — Prosecutors have dismissed the criminal charges against three students at the University of Arizona who interrupted an event with Border Patrol agents last month.
Arizona man found in homeowners' attic, police say
PHOENIX - An Arizona man is accused of trespassing after Phoenix homeowners allegedly discovered him in their attic, KNXV reported. Adriel Luna Rodriguez, 18, was charged with criminal damage and trespassing, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office.
Green Valley man found guilty of second-degree murder
A Pima County jury on Friday convicted a Green Valley man who shot his stepson to death in June. Bradley Lewis, 67, was found guilty of second-degree murder in connection with the death of 53-year-old Russell Santos.
More details learned in yearlong multi-agency drug operation; State continues forfeiture efforts against $802,000 in assets
BISBEE – While prosecution continues against 20 people charged in January with 169 felonies stemming from a yearlong, multi-agency undercover drug investigation, attorneys for the state are pursuing forfeiture claims against more than $802,000 in assets seized during the operation.
Arizona's most binge-watched show is apparently not 'Game of Thrones' nor 'The Office'
PHOENIX — When it comes to binge-worthy TV shows, Arizona has a pretty unique taste compared to the rest of the country. According to Geek.com, which surveyed over 1,000 people, Arizona's favorite show to binge watch is "Law & Order" followed by "House of Cards" and, yes, "Game of Thrones" third.
After 55 years, she's a citizen, and here's why
Carol Anne Lagden has lived in the United States for 55 years, and with her 80th birthday approaching in October she decided there were two compelling reasons the time was right to become a citizen.
Arizona now bans hand-held cellphone use while driving
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- Gov. Doug Ducey signed HB-2318, a ban on hand-held cellphone use behind the wheel in Arizona, into law Monday. The signing ceremony took place inside the Rotunda of the Arizona Capitol Museum.
From Caramel Crack Fries to Unicorn Floats: Weird foods to try at the Pima County Fair
Deep-fried gummy bears, hot beef sundaes, Krispy Kreme hamburgers. And that’s just a sampling. Annually, Dominic Palmieri and his co-workers feel the pressure to top the wackiest food at the Pima County Fair.
PD: Man caught recording woman in dressing room at Tempe's Arizona Mills Mall
TEMPE, AZ — A man was caught using a mirror and phone to record a woman in a Tempe dressing room. Tempe police report that on Saturday afternoon, they responded to the Forever 21 store at Arizona Mills Mall.
Two southern Arizona fire districts to employ new methods to help sick, injured children
TUCSON, Ariz. - Two fire districts in southern Arizona will become the first in the area to put to use new methods to help sick or injured children. Golder Ranch Fire and Northwest Fire District's firefighters will train to use the Handtevy Pediatric Emergency Standards.
The Most Badass Tatts We Saw at the Arizona Tattoo Invitational 2019
Some of the best ink-slingers from across the Valley and around the Southwest gathered at the Renaissance Phoenix Glendale Hotel from Friday, April 19, to Sunday, April 21, for the Arizona Tattoo Invitational 2019. Hundreds of locals came out to the three-day event, either to get ink done or to show
Scottish man sentenced to 42.5 years for molesting 4 Tucson kids
A Scottish man who previously pleaded guilty to molesting four boys in Pima County in 2014 was sentenced to 42.5 years in prison on Monday. Jordan Kemlo, 22, was convicted on March 11 of five felony counts, including continuous sexual abuse of a child and attempted sexual conduct with a minor under
Charges Dropped for the Arizona Three
On Friday, April 19 motions to dismiss the charges against three students who protested the presence of Border Patrol on the University of Arizona campus last month were granted by two Pima County Consolidated Court judges.
Woman rushed to hospital after being found at bottom of pool
TUCSON, AZ (KOLD News 13) - A woman was rushed to the hospital Monday, April 22 after she was found at the bottom of a pool on the northwest side of Tucson. Rural Metro said it happened around 12:30 p.m. at a home near Sunrise and Swan.
One person deceased after fatal crash on Dragoon Road
TUCSON, AZ (KOLD News 13) - The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office confirmed one driver has passed away and another is seriously injured after a fatal crash that occurred on Dragoon Road between Cochise Stronghold and Manzoro Road this afternoon.
Tucson restaurants, shops and other spots that are dog-friendly
If you feel even the slightest glimmer of guilt when you go out for brunch and leave your dog at home, we’re here to help. If you didn't know, last year Tucson was recognized as the most dog-friendly city in the nation.
GV Gardeners growing plants & membership
Lifelong gardener and current president of the Green Valley Gardeners, Bill Berdine traces his 70-plus years of growing fruit, vegetables and plants from his childhood home in the western part of Pennsylvania near the Appalachians.
Henry Dojaquez: Living legend in Sonoita
Henry Dojaquez has lived in Sonoita for a very long time. “I’ve been here for 91 years, longer than any other human,” he announced with a twinkle in his eye. Although he was born in 1917, he doesn’t consider himself 101. The way Henry calculates time, he has just turned 1, and is looking forward wit