Rain overspread much of metro Tucson – AGAIN – tonight and more rain is in the forecast tonight through Tuesday.
Christopher Clements is accused of killing 6-year-old Isabel Celis and 13-year-old Maribel Gonzales.
A man wanted out of Cochise County was recently sentenced to 145 years in prison for shooting at U.S. Marshals. It was the Arizona Violent Offender Task Force that served a warrant on Jack Voris at a motel of off Interstate 10 and Palo Verde Road two years ago.
Tucson churches stepped in to help more than 500 immigrants seeking asylum after ICE dropped off several groups through southern Arizona. News Four Tucson spoke with an immigration attorney about the next legal hurdle they face becoming citizens.
A Pima County Superior Court Judge reduced the bail amount for Sophia Richter. Richter’s bail was originally set at $75,000 and has now been reduced to $5,000.
Sears, once the nation’s largest retailer, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday, hurt by falling sales and its massive debt.
A white woman who refused to allow a black neighbor into their downtown St. Louis apartment building because he wouldn’t show her proof that he lived there has been fired.
Before the cyclist was killed on A Mountain, residents in the Sentinel Peak Neighborhood already had a meeting scheduled with Councilwoman Regina Romero.
A Texas man will spend the rest of his life behind bars after he was convicted of raping and abusing his newborn daughter while on meth.
Pantano Road has been closed between Lakeside Drive and Stella Road in both directions in connection to a police investigation.
A Prescott Valley man was arrested and booked into the Camp Verde Detention Center today after prank calling a cleaning company on Oct. 12.
A settlement conference between Southwest Key and the Arizona Department of Health Services took place last week, according to ADHS spokesperson Nicole Capone.
The Western Passport Center in Tucson is conducting its annual Passport Day on Saturday, October 20th, 2018 and the public is invited!
The social networking company announced the change in policy on Monday, three weeks before the Nov. 6 midterm elections, as voter mobilization efforts are heating up.
Local non-profits are working together to raise money for their causes.