Dozens of Pima County court cases may have been tainted because of a mistake by the county attorney’s office, according to the county’s chief public defender.
May 16, 2019
Dreamer Jaime Tadeo has called Southern Arizona home for 17 years, coming over when he was 9-years-old with his parents and little brother from Guadalajara.
Coach Jay Johnson and the Arizona baseball team stole a victory on the road against Penn State.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is closing part of Interstate 10 tonight.
With active shooter situations popping up around the country, The Tucson Police Department wants to make sure the public is prepared.
A Kentucky toddler who disappeared Sunday evening was found alive Wednesday afternoon not far from his home after a massive multi-agency search.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call 911 or 88-CRIME.
A new outdoor classroom is coming to Saguaro National Park East.
Coach Mike Candrea talks about the potential return of the Pac-12 leading hitter and U of A second basewoman Reyna Carranco.
An armed man was caught on camera burglarizing a car in April. Pima County Sheriff’s Department is concerned for the public’s safety.
Tucson Police Department identified the people involved in a homicide that occurred at a home in central Tucson Wednesday.
Arizona motorists who have had their Driver License suspended are now able to order a temporary six-month I.D. card online.
The crash was reported about 3:45 p.m. on Opportunity Way, near Meridian Parkway, in the Arnold Heights neighborhood just off of Interstate 215, according to the Riverside County Fire Department.
Great news, the weekend looks fantastic.
CVS announced Wednesday that it will test more than 1,400 products across 11 categories for safety
The adversity score will take into consideration a student’s neighborhood, family and school environments and then generate a number based on those factors.
A Tucson man was bitten by a bobcat kitten on Wednesday, May 16th.
A New Hampshire cafeteria worker is speaking out about being fired for allowing a student who could not pay to take food.
There is a new pet looking to be adopted, meet Moxie!
School leaders will celebrate over 100 graduating high school seniors who are set to pursue higher education at a university, community college, the military, or a vocational and technical school.