A woman wants a state board to hold a doctor responsible now that she cannot have children.
he is too embarrassed to be identified because she lost $100,000 in a government grant scam. Someone hacked into her Facebook messenger account, posing as a friend, and telling her she was awarded a grant. The 71-year old widow from Cochise County wired the money to scammers, believing it was for taxes on the grant.
A Tucson mom who has been fighting the state to reinstate long-term benefits for her son is finally seeing some progress in the case.
Last month alone, Tucson Sector Border Patrol Agents apprehended nearly 3,300 families who had illegally crossed the border into Arizona.
Ramon Valencia opened Diamondback Collision after the News 4 Tucson Investigators’ 3rd report on his unfinished work.
The ROC recently issued an updated list of what it calls the state’s “Most Wanted” contractors. Warrants are out for four of them who are on the loose.
The recently released report said tobacco use of high school students has risen to nearly 40 percent in the course of one year. The reason is due to vaping.
The driver was a 29-year-old United States citizen from Tolleson. He was previously convicted of smuggling 22 pounds of cocaine.
Border security continues to be a hot topic here in southern Arizona, especially when it comes to the U.S. military putting up concertina wire in Nogales
Within the last month, 16.8 million people in southeastern Arizona received robocalls, according to You Mail.
The federal government is looking to spend at least $26 million on new razor wire.
News 4 Tucson is committed to keeping your kids safe at home and on the road. It’s one reason why reports of improper use of car seats by employees with the Arizona Department of Child Safety are so troubling.
Better late than never, at least with part of a bill you owe.
The group that runs the El Tour de Tucson bike race is way behind on a bill from Pima County. Perimeter Bicycling Association owes the county $205,000. That’s taxpayers money
Families are filing lawsuits against the state of Arizona because of Interstate 10 safety concerns.
Military members and Veterans are killing themselves at an alarming rate.
Thousands of 911 callers are still waiting minutes to be connected to police.
According to new statistics from the Federal Trade Commission one social security scam has grown by nearly 1,000%
Immunizations are supposed to keep our children safe, but an alarming number of children in the United States are not getting all, or even some of their recommended vaccines
Several southern Arizona law enforcement agencies say they are all looking for a vending machine burglar that has stolen from machines all over Tucson