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  • ONLY ON KOLD: Check washing

    ONLY ON KOLD: Check washing

    Friday, April 18 2014 1:07 AM EDT2014-04-18 05:07:03 GMT
    The crime is called "check washing": Changing the payee's name on a check and stealing thousands of dollars. Surveillance video shows thieves stealing from business mailboxes. A savvy business ownerMore >>
    Postal inspectors also recommend requesting a free yearly credit check.More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: Crossover accidents on I-10

    ONLY ON KOLD: Crossover accidents on I-10

    Saturday, April 12 2014 1:05 AM EDT2014-04-12 05:05:26 GMT
    Tucson News Now continues an investigation into the most dangerous parts of Interstate 10. There are sections of the highway between Picacho and Phoenix that are not protected with median barriers toMore >>
    Two years ago, Tucson News Now followed the story of Lindsay Glazer, who lost her dad and her little sister when an SUV jumped the median and hit the family's van.More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: Travel tribulations

    ONLY ON KOLD: Travel tribulations

    Friday, April 11 2014 1:18 AM EDT2014-04-11 05:18:15 GMT
    Airline ticket changes can be costly, even when you're not responsible for changes. When you buy an airline ticket and want to change your itinerary, you'll probably pay a fee. In fact, airlines collectedMore >>
    Airline ticket changes can be costly, even when you're not responsible for changes.More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: Cartels on social media

    ONLY ON KOLD: Cartels on social media

    Wednesday, April 9 2014 1:40 AM EDT2014-04-09 05:40:05 GMT
    Chances are you have a Facebook page to connect with friends and loved ones. You might be surprised to know drug cartels have pages as well and are using social media to expand their drug empires. TheirMore >>
    You might be surprised to know drug cartels have pages as well and are using social media to expand their drug empires.More >>
  • 'Ransom ware' scam holds computers hostage

    'Ransom ware' scam holds computers hostage

    Saturday, March 29 2014 1:48 PM EDT2014-03-29 17:48:03 GMT
    How much would you pay if someone hijacked your computer and demanded a fee? The con artists behind a scam called "ransom ware," which can infect a computer and hold it hostage, are hoping the answer isMore >>
    Experts say the most important thing for ransomware victims is to not pay the cyber criminals any money. You need to go to another computer and start searching for a solution, which you will always be able to find on the Internet. All antivirus companies post free instructions and utilities to help users unblock their computers.More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: Lesson for Life

    ONLY ON KOLD: Lesson for Life

    Friday, March 14 2014 12:02 AM EDT2014-03-14 04:02:28 GMT
    The push is on to get Southern Arizona students trained in CPR.  They are situations you hope never happen in your child's school, but if they do you hope your child or their teachers are prepared. "ThereMore >>
    The push is on to get Southern Arizona students trained in CPR.  They are situations you hope never happen in your child's school, but if they do you hope your child or their teachers are prepared.More >>
  • Are we losing Davis-Monthan? What's the future hold?

    Are we losing Davis-Monthan? What's the future hold?

    Thursday, March 13 2014 12:19 AM EDT2014-03-13 04:19:01 GMT
    The Defense Department is suggesting the A-10 mission at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base be retired. With it being the main mission at DM, what does the future hold?More >>
    The Defense Department is suggesting the A-10 mission at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base be retired. With it being the main mission at DM, what does the future hold?More >>
  • CSI Tucson: The future is now for crime scene recreation

    CSI Tucson: The future is now for crime scene recreation

    Wednesday, March 12 2014 12:01 AM EDT2014-03-12 04:01:25 GMT
    Due to shows like CSI, there's a large gap between what we see on television and what really happens in the world of crime scene investigation. But thanks to a first of its kind device anywhere in southernMore >>
    The Pima County Sheriff's Department introduces its newest tool in crime-fighting: a three-dimensional scanner that records and recreates scenes with impeccable detail.  Som Lisaius reports.  More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: City measure on graffiti aimed at utility companies

    ONLY ON KOLD: City measure on graffiti aimed at utility companies

    Wednesday, March 5 2014 12:17 PM EST2014-03-05 17:17:04 GMT
    It costs about $1 million dollars every year for the city of Tucson to clean up graffiti. That money could be going away, but one city council member has an idea to recoup cleaning costs. Graffiti on utilityMore >>
    Still, residents like Yarter say they see the crews but not the cleaning.More >>
  • Is hi-tech tracking in stores an invasion of privacy?

    Is hi-tech tracking in stores an invasion of privacy?

    Friday, February 21 2014 10:49 PM EST2014-02-22 03:49:07 GMT
    Think about this: you've browsed a store for a new pair of boots or maybe a new power tool. You don't buy anything, but later get a notification on your phone to save 10 percent on the same item youMore >>
    Think about this: you've browsed a store for a new pair of boots or maybe a new power tool. You don't buy anything, but later get a notification on your phone to save 10 percent on the same item you just looked at.
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  • ONLY ON KOLD: Deadly highway

    ONLY ON KOLD: Deadly highway

    Wednesday, February 19 2014 12:19 AM EST2014-02-19 05:19:00 GMT
    You've probably driven the route a million times. Parts of Interstate 10, between Tucson and Phoenix, are not protected with median barriers, and several attorneys say commuters are dying because out ofMore >>
    Parts of I-10, between Tucson and Phoenix, are not protected with median barriers, and several attorneys say commuters are dying because out of control vehicles are crossing into on-coming traffic.More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: Waiting for doctors

    ONLY ON KOLD: Waiting for doctors

    Tuesday, February 18 2014 3:48 PM EST2014-02-18 20:48:03 GMT
    Amy Beyer got a rude awakening when she tried set up her routine annual appointment with her primary care doctor in Tucson. "I called and the wait was quite significant," she said.The office told her theMore >>
    Amy Beyer got a rude awakening when she tried to set up her routine annual appointment with her primary care doctor in Tucson.More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: Juicing craze makes headway

    ONLY ON KOLD: Juicing craze makes headway

    Saturday, February 15 2014 11:33 PM EST2014-02-16 04:33:07 GMT
    In the battle of the bulge, blenders are now in the mix. "I really never expected to change my diet and feel younger," one grandmother said as she jumped for joy."I was stuck there as a chunky lady, andMore >>
    In the battle of the bulge, blenders are now in the mix.More >>
  • Bighorn Battle

    Bighorn Battle

    Join KOLD News 13's Sonu Wasu right now for a live chat about the controversial efforts to save the bighorn sheep.
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  • ONLY ON KOLD: Locking students in

    ONLY ON KOLD: Locking students in

    Thursday, November 28 2013 4:21 PM EST2013-11-28 21:21:49 GMT
    A recent CBS News report shows a dramatic rise in the number of school shootings in the past 13 years.We've learned some schools are responding in a way that could be putting children in danger.That reportMore >>
    We've learned some schools are responding in a way that could be putting children in danger.More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: Four-legged fraud

    ONLY ON KOLD: Four-legged fraud

    Wednesday, November 27 2013 10:24 AM EST2013-11-27 15:24:57 GMT
    We've probably all seen disabled people out and about with their service dogs, or maybe vets who use dogs to help them with their PTSD. But there's a growing problem. People who don't have a disability,More >>
    We've probably all seen disabled people out and about with their service dogs, or maybe vets who use dogs to help them with their PTSD. But there's a growing problem. People who don't have a disability,More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: Out-smarting smart homes

    ONLY ON KOLD: Out-smarting smart homes

    Monday, November 25 2013 8:11 PM EST2013-11-26 01:11:14 GMT
    When you pictured "the future" as a kid, did it look a little something like "The Jetsons?" Maybe home automation can't make your dinner or brush your teeth, but "smart homes" are becoming more mainstreamMore >>
    Home automation can't make your dinner or brush your teeth, but "smart homes" are becoming more mainstream and more affordable for Average Joes.More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: Going blind for beauty

    ONLY ON KOLD: Going blind for beauty

    Thursday, November 21 2013 12:27 AM EST2013-11-21 05:27:53 GMT
    Three women, three nightmare stories of fillers gone wrong. Melissa Pollak wanted to fill out her smile lines before she turned 50."Ended up with filler in my lips and an entire liquid facelift. It wasMore >>
    Three women, three nightmare stories of fillers gone wrong.More >>
  • Creative smuggling: Criminals find many ways to hide contraband

    Creative smuggling: Criminals find many ways to hide contraband

    Wednesday, November 20 2013 12:10 AM EST2013-11-20 05:10:09 GMT
    When it comes to the different ways smugglers try to sneak drugs across the border, customs officers have seen it all.More >>
    When it comes to the different ways smugglers try to sneak drugs across the border, customs officers have seen it all.More >>
  • 'Sliders' targeting women at gas pumps

    'Sliders' targeting women at gas pumps

    Monday, November 18 2013 8:27 PM EST2013-11-19 01:27:57 GMT
    "Sliding" is alarming to watch and if you think it's only happening in bigger cities, you're wrong.More >>
    "Sliding" is alarming to watch and if you think it's only happening in bigger cities, you're wrong.More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: Tucson's Ticket Blitz

    ONLY ON KOLD: Tucson's Ticket Blitz

    Friday, November 15 2013 12:00 AM EST2013-11-15 05:00:09 GMT
    Tucson Police Department officials put a ticket quota into place back in March. But just how many more tickets are cops handing out to you now? Flashing red and blue lights are not a sight you want toMore >>
    TPD instituted a mandatory minimum, or quota, back in March. Each officer on the street is now required to write at least one traffic ticket a day.More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: Classroom Confiscations

    Classroom Confiscations

    Wednesday, November 13 2013 12:13 AM EST2013-11-13 05:13:50 GMT
    2012-2013 school year data from all nine school districts in Tucson show a variety of weapons taken from students across the city.

     
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    2012-2013 school year data from all nine school districts in Tucson show a variety of weapons taken from students across the city.

     
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  • Honor Flight: One final mission

    Honor Flight

    We salute our local veterans all day long on Veterans Day. Dan Marries brings you the stories of several veterans he accompanied on an Honor Flight to Washington, DC last month.More >>
  • Local efforts to stop prescription drug abuse epidemic

    Local efforts to stop prescription drug abuse epidemic

    Saturday, November 9 2013 12:26 AM EST2013-11-09 05:26:11 GMT
    It is all around us: medicine, both prescription and over-the-counter. They come with a promise to make us feel better. "My favorite one was probably adderal and benedryl," Kelsie Perfors, a former pillMore >>
    The state says public outreach is key, and so is communicating with doctors about prescribing habits.More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: Prescription for Danger

    ONLY ON KOLD: Prescription for Danger

    Friday, November 8 2013 7:44 AM EST2013-11-08 12:44:33 GMT
    It's a problem that's hard to stop because prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicine are so readily available. Arizona is  number 6 in the nation on the list of people dying from drug overdoses.More >>
    Efforts are underway to curb the problem, which the CDC calls an epidemic. But for one family, despite all efforts, help didn't come soon enough.More >>
  • Suburban Fix: Heroin's ugly resurgence

    Suburban Fix: Heroin's ugly resurgence

    Friday, November 1 2013 1:15 AM EDT2013-11-01 05:15:48 GMT
    Heroin, to most people, is a dirty, inner-city drug only affecting the down and out: the addicts, the criminals, the desperate and the weak. For 40 years, that was largely the case across the UnitedMore >>
    The dirty little secret nobody wants to talk about continues to kill teens in some of southern Arizona's nicest communities.  Som Lisaius reports.More >>
  • ONLY ON KOLD: Empty schools are targets for vandalism

    ONLY ON KOLD: Empty schools are targets for vandalism

    Friday, October 25 2013 1:30 AM EDT2013-10-25 05:30:19 GMT
    Recent school closures mean large, empty school buildings left behind in many neighborhoods.  Tucson Unified School District officials have been spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to maintain andMore >>
    Recent school closures mean large, empty school buildings left behind in many neighborhoods.More >>
  • Not Slowing Down: Disabled Tucsonan wins world championship

    Not Slowing Down: Disabled Tucsonan wins world championship

    Wednesday, October 23 2013 1:04 AM EDT2013-10-23 05:04:06 GMT
    There's an ancient saying is that in a sound body is a sound mind, and Gerard Ah-Fook believes that. He's a veteran who lost his leg in a boating accident, while in the service, back in 1999. But he hasn'tMore >>
    A Tucsonan who lost his leg in a boating accident is now a world champion in a disabled version of a biathlon. More >>
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