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Mild rain showers cover the Valley; Snow falls in northern, southern Arizona

PHOENIX — Light rain showers covered the Valley overnight and snow fell in northern Arizona and Tucson in the latest winter storm.The widespread storm saw rain gauges across the Phoenix area record an average of just over a tenth of an inch of rain by the early morning, the National Weather Service said.Rain gauges in Mesa and Apache Junction captured the highest amount of rain, with over half of an inch recorded by 10 ...

PHOENIX — Light rain showers covered the Valley overnight and snow fell in northern Arizona and Tucson in the latest winter storm.

The widespread storm saw rain gauges across the Phoenix area record an average of just over a tenth of an inch of rain by the early morning, the National Weather Service said.

Rain gauges in Mesa and Apache Junction captured the highest amount of rain, with over half of an inch recorded by 10 a.m., according to the Flood Control District of Maricopa County.

Parts of Queen Creek and Gold Canyon recorded just under half an inch of rain, while areas in Chandler and Fountain Hills saw over a quarter of an inch.

Some residents near Scottsdale and Anthem even saw hail.

Small hail and graupel possible over the next hour near Scottsdale and Anthem. #azwx https://t.co/naqQOFUuwT

— NWS Phoenix (@NWSPhoenix) February 26, 2023

In northern Arizona, snow showers were expected to continue through the afternoon.

Only one highway, US 180 between mileposts 236-248, was closed due to blowing and drifting snow along with high winds, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.

Anywhere from 2-4 inches of snow could fall in areas higher than 4,000 feet.

Snow was also seen in southern Arizona, north of Tucson in Oro Valley.

@NWSTucson Snow at 2,480’ in Oro Valley near CDO wash. Mixed with rain & occasionally heavier. Temp 33* Rh99%. Started 0745, for 20 minutes. pic.twitter.com/td7SgnM5jE

— Res-Q Life (@ResQLife1) February 26, 2023

Here is a look at the CDO at Edwin Road in Catalina (Elev 3100 feet). The flakes are starting to fly with a light dusting so far. Snow levels could briefly get down to as low as 2500 feet (including parts of Tucson Metro) but no accumulation below 3000 feet. #azwx pic.twitter.com/hb3bnnrDMY

— NWS Tucson (@NWSTucson) February 26, 2023

NWS said areas as low as 2,500 feet could see brief snow levels, with minor accumulations of up to a couple of inches in parts above 3,000 feet in southern Arizona.

Drivers were advised to be prepared for extra travel time during extreme weather conditions. Travelers should also track the forecast and pack an emergency travel kit before hitting the roads.

Watching March Madness with Arizona women's hoops superfans

Copy This Embed Code: Ad Steven and Sharon Corben could be Arizona women’s basketball’s biggest fans.They have an entire room dedicated to the Wildcats in their Oro Valley home, filled with signed memorabilia.On Friday, KGUN 9’s Ryan Fish watched the Arizona women’s first round matchup against West Virginia with the Corbens.“My b...

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Steven and Sharon Corben could be Arizona women’s basketball’s biggest fans.

They have an entire room dedicated to the Wildcats in their Oro Valley home, filled with signed memorabilia.

On Friday, KGUN 9’s Ryan Fish watched the Arizona women’s first round matchup against West Virginia with the Corbens.

“My blood pressure goes up and down,” Sharon joked during the game. The Corbens care, not just about this game. But also about Arizona’s players and coaches.

The couple moved to Tucson full-time in 2018, when the program was struggling.

That’s when they met head coach Adia Barnes and quickly became friends.

“Adia could sell you the Brooklyn Bridge, and you’ll buy it,” Steven said. “She’s awesome. And what you see is what you get, right? So I said [in 2018]… We should probably get involved in this. This seems like fun for us. And we can help the program!”

“We got other people hooked on them, too,” Sharon added. “So they cared about the girls. They cared about the team. It was very from the heart.”

The Corbens went from passing out free tickets at other UArizona sporting events to traveling with the team. They recalled going on coffee runs for the team during their run to the Final Four in 2021.

Their house is now a sanctuary for the players and a place for teammates to bond off the court.

Former Wildcat stars Aari Mcdonald and Sam Thomas have even lived at the house part time.

As Arizona makes another March Madness run, the Corbens have high standards. But they’re also grateful that the Wildcats are a winning program once again.

“It’s awesome, that was the goal,” Steven said. “We were proud. We did it. We can’t coach or anything, but we helped a little bit.”

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BEAR SIGHTING: Arizona Game and Fish trying to locate bear in Oro Valley

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - A warning out for folks who live in Oro Valley: Arizona Game and Fish says a bear has been spotted several times in the area, including right on people’s doorsteps.They’re working to find the bear so they can relocate it, but they need your help.Wednesday, the bear was spotted in a neighborhood off of Oracle and Ina.Jerry Quesnel lives in the area.“We were surprised, taken back, shocked, because nobody expects to have a bear walk across their porch in Tucson,”...

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - A warning out for folks who live in Oro Valley: Arizona Game and Fish says a bear has been spotted several times in the area, including right on people’s doorsteps.

They’re working to find the bear so they can relocate it, but they need your help.

Wednesday, the bear was spotted in a neighborhood off of Oracle and Ina.

Jerry Quesnel lives in the area.

“We were surprised, taken back, shocked, because nobody expects to have a bear walk across their porch in Tucson,” he said.

Quesnel couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw a bear walking just outside of his home in the middle of the day. He’s lived in the area for more than 30 years and he’s seen all kinds of wildlife, but never a bear.

In the video, the bear makes its way across the property. It passes a fruit tree and walks right up to the camera. Quesnel says it also visited several of his neighbors.

“Why was it here? it’s hot. there’s been plenty of rain so why isn’t it up in the mountains where they normally hang out?” he asked.

That’s what many people are asking. We saw a number of bear sightings back in May, but Arizona Game and Fish expected the bears to return to their natural habitat once monsoon hit.

“It is unusual, but if it’s a young bear it may be just separated from its mother and learning new territory. those bears typically get into more trouble than not when they’re wondering about,” Mark Hart said.

Hart says there’s a possibility this bear could be the same one that was spotted at Fort Lowell Park in May. He estimates that it’s a two to three year old black bear.

“He hasn’t done anything dangerous per se, he hasn’t menaced anyone or stood on his hind legs, huffed or done any of the tell tale signs of an immanent attack. It’s just looking for resources and probably learned from its last time in Tucson that there are food sources to be had,” he said.

Hart says the bear hasn’t shown that it’s dangerous yet, but wild animals are unpredictable. Game and Fish is asking people in the area to do what they can to keep the bear away from their homes.

″Make sure you’ve left no pet food outside. Then if you have fruit fallen trees, pick it up. Take down your bird feeder, even take down your hummingbird feeders cause bears love hummingbird nectar,” he said.

And if you have trash pick up, don’t put your trashcans out for pickup until the day of.

Right now, Game and Fish’s goal is to locate the bear so they can tranquilize it and move it out of the area.

They are asking for the public’s help. If you see the bear, you’re asked to call them as soon as possible at 623-236-7201.

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Oro Valley church, neighbors ready to square off again at second rezoning meeting

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - People in Oro Valley are ready to see what’s next for a proposed sports ministry complex on the campus of the Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene. The church is working to get permission from Oro Valley to rezone so things can move forward.If the church gets its way, there will be a new building and a sports field. While the church says this is revision No. 5 and they’re working on a compromise with neighbors, some neighbors say this complex doesn’t belong here.Church leaders say t...

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - People in Oro Valley are ready to see what’s next for a proposed sports ministry complex on the campus of the Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene. The church is working to get permission from Oro Valley to rezone so things can move forward.

If the church gets its way, there will be a new building and a sports field. While the church says this is revision No. 5 and they’re working on a compromise with neighbors, some neighbors say this complex doesn’t belong here.

Church leaders say they’ve heard concerns from neighbors and have worked to address them by proposing a turn lane on Calle Concordia to help with traffic, an 8-foot wall to reduce noise and advanced lighting won’t shine into neighbors’ yards.

Neighbors say the complex should be built somewhere else, but the church doesn’t agree.

“There has not been a discussion about buying property elsewhere, selling this and then doing the entire project somewhere else,” Executive Pastor Chris Collins said. “That’s just not feasible nor does it speak to the things we feel God has blessed us with here at this property, in this neighborhood, in this community.”

Neighbors say they’re on board with the complex and like the idea, but say it just doesn’t fit in the neighborhood and could add congestion to an already busy area.

Along Calle Concordia, which is only two lanes, there is the church, a high school, a park and an aquatic center.

Neighbors fear the complex and congestion they say it could bring could drive down property values.

“A lot of us happen to be churchgoers but that is an irrelevant subject because this is not about religion. This is about the kids and the services that can be provided to them and the sports,” neighbor Tim Tarris said. “Every single one of our neighbors believes in that. We had kids ourselves that went to CDO (Canyon del Oro High School). We believe in that, we believe this facility should be located somewhere else.”

This fight has been going on for over two years and the group against the rezoning project has posted pink signs across Oro Valley.

More than 80 of the signs have been given out and the people who make them are being asked to make more.

Tthe second zoning board meeting is on Feb. 7 and is open to the public. After that, the zoning board will make a recommendation to the town council and a final decision comes next month.

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Oro Valley commission hears arguments for, against proposed sports ministry complex

The Oro Valley Planning and Zoning Commission heard both concerns and benefits from the public on a project that has caused controversy with some neighbors.ORO VALLEY, Ariz. (13 News) - A fight over two years strong will head to another round of battle.The Oro Valley Planning and Zoning Commission heard concerns and benefits from the public on a project that has caused controversy.The commissioners discussed and took action on two items regarding the proposed development by the Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene.Th...

The Oro Valley Planning and Zoning Commission heard both concerns and benefits from the public on a project that has caused controversy with some neighbors.

ORO VALLEY, Ariz. (13 News) - A fight over two years strong will head to another round of battle.

The Oro Valley Planning and Zoning Commission heard concerns and benefits from the public on a project that has caused controversy.

The commissioners discussed and took action on two items regarding the proposed development by the Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene.

The church is asking for permission to rezone 27 acres at the intersection of Calle Concordia and Calle Buena Vista to build a sports ministry complex.

The new facility would consist of a 100,000-square-foot lighted outdoor field and a 75,000-square-foot multi-purpose building which will have classrooms and meeting space. Other structures include a building for concessions, an outdoor amphitheater, an administration building and parking.

People both for and against the church’s plans voiced their opinion during Tuesday’s meeting attended by more than 100 people. During that meeting, the commissioners heard from a number of people for and against the new sports complex.

The commission discussed two items specific to the proposal.

The first, rezoning the land where the sports complex is proposed to be built. The second, the conceptual architecture for a new multipurpose building and concession building.

The commission ultimately denied one of the motions, 3-2, and passed another one, giving the final decision to the Oro Valley Town Council.

Many residents shared their outrage and frustration over the possibility of having this complex built in their backyard.

“I would think that the church members would at least be aware and not just push it through no matter what,” said Linda Polito, who has lived in Oro Valley for over 50 years.

While a handful of others mentioned the benefits the facility would bring to the community.

“Progress is inevitable and we can all relate to the days when there were dirt roads and it was so peaceful, quiet,” said Gary Reinke, who moved to Oro Valley 10 years ago. “As people descend on Tucson and Oro Valley it’s bound to change.”

The church says it will open the complex to the community for non-church sporting events.

Despite the efforts, people who live close by believe the complex needs to be built elsewhere. Many fearing if the proposal is pushed through it would add more traffic to an already busy road, bring down property values in the neighborhood and be an eyesore.

“What the people said about the lighting and the congestion,” Polito said. “It’s all true.”

Church representatives say they have addressed all of these concerns and even have plans to add a turning lane on Calle Concordia to help with the increased traffic and to build an 8-foot wall to help reduce noise and light.

”You got to think of the purpose,” Reinke said. “The positive results that will occur as a result of it.”

As for what’s to come next, the Oro Valley Planning and Zoning Commission will make its final recommendation on this project to the Oro Valley Town Council on Feb. 15, with a final decision expected to come next month.

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