A former employee of the Pima County Joint Technical Education District is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from students and parents.
A budget proposal from County Administrator, Chuck Huckelberry, would allocate $26 million to road repairs without raising taxees.
Last month, nearly 99,000 people were apprehended between ports of entry on the US-Mexico border.
Changes could be coming to the DeConcini Port of Entry in Nogales.
Spring time is a busy time for baby wildlife. But when it comes to animals that appear injured or orphaned, good intentions can have bad consequences.
It’s a situation no one wants to imagine themselves or a loved one in, but traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are a major cause of death in the United States. Now, a University of Arizona and Arizona Department of Health Services study could make the difference between life and death for TBI patients.
After nineteen years sitting in a canyon off Catalina Highway, the mangled wreckage of a rusted van has finally been removed.
New records are shedding light in the case of a Tucson woman arrested for child abuse.
Former University of Arizona athlete Baillie Gibson has settled for $999,000, after claims the UA failed to protect her from former track & field coach Craig Carter.
There was heated speech and protest as the University of Arizona hosted its first ‘Campus Conversation’ forum Tuesday.
The grant, which helps support overtime funding and equipment for the Pima County Sheriff’s Department, is once again up for a vote.
Attorneys delivered opening statements Wednesday in the trial of Raquel Barreras, who is accused of starving her 3-year-old son, Roman, to death.
The trial of a Tucson woman accused of starving her 3-year-old son to death began in Pima County Superior Court this week.
The City of Tucson has been ordered to pay a Tucson Fire paramedic nearly $4 million after failing to provide her with a private place to pump breast milk.
Tucson is the most robbed city in the state of Arizona, according to a recent study by ADT’s Your Local Security team.
The families of three homicide victims killed in unsolved cases are pleading for help from the public.
The two shootings happened less than two miles apart on Sunday afternoon.
The Tucson Police Department is investigating a shooting that left one adult male in critical condition.
A local non-profit is teaming up with the Tucson Police Department to deliver items to kids in need.
Last week, the Pima County Sheriff’s Department called off the active search for the 38-year-old.