She says she’s too embarrassed to be identified, but wants to share her story so others are not victims. The71-year-oldd widow from Cochise County lost $100,000 in the old government grant scam.
Some property owners near construction projects believe the city is not paying them enough for their land.
Last year’s Sawmill Fire near Sonoita burned more than 47,000 acres, and cost approximately $8M dollars to fight
“It was very disturbing for me, it really was. It was scary.” That was what Denise Omdahl told the News 4 Tucson Investigators about thieves going on a spending spree after stealing her debit card numbers.
When Florence Capasso got the bill in the mail she couldn’t believe it.
Police are tracking sex offenders all over the city, including intersections.
Publishers Clearing House says it has given away almost $300 million since 1967. The direct marketing company’s name is being used by scammers who are claiming to be with PCH.
Six months after the Arizona State Supreme Court ruled that DACA students are not eligible for in-state tuition Pima College has seen a big change in the number of Dreamers signing up for classes.
A woman said she was raped by one of her superiors while working for the Rio Rico Fire District.
Witnesses recorded a pistol-whipping on the UA campus but, police say, no one bothered to call 911 until hours later.
Trial is set to begin Tuesday for a Tucson mother who is accused of severely burning her five-year old adopted daughter.
For years, federal and state regulators did not recommend equipping school buses with seat belts.
Three girls, all under the age of 18, will soon be moving into a new home at the Arizona State Prison in Tucson.
A new competitive mountain bike course on Pima County-owned land in Vail promises fun and excitement for riders of all ages and skill levels – from beginners, to experts.
Tucson Unified School District’s desegregation fund is running out of money and it’s unclear how it’s going to be replaced.
Someone walked into two Home Depot stores recently and bought $3100 worth of gift cards, using other people’s debit card numbers.
Christopher Clements may have visited Isabel Celis’ house because he was trying to buy a car parked outside, according to newly released Tucson Police Department reports.
Hardcore narcotics are still pouring into Arizona from south of the border.
Jerry Peyton with the anti-human-trafficking non-profit, Sold No More tells the N4T Investigators, while it’s difficult to say exactly how many children are being trafficked in Pima County, one thing is clear.
A family believes a teen should be considered legally homeless, but their local school will not enroll her.