“He’s a thief. He scammed many people out of money,” said Veronica Todd.
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.
Tucson Police Department’s Community Service Officers respond to minor traffic accidents and other low-priority calls.
Melissa Gee says the pain came from a lawyer’s words. This was after Gee claimed in early October of 2015 that she was raped and beaten by Jesse Bootman, the former dean of the UA College of Pharmacy.
It’s a list that no cop wants to be on, and the News 4 Tucson Investigators have it.
Mrs. Brown survived cancer four times, but not scammers, The who took her life savings, $67,000.
Rich Rodriguez sounds like a guy who wants to be a head coach again, but when asked how he’s doing, he says, “I’m doing OK, thanks. In a new place, a great new place at Ole Miss, and I’ve been busy working with that and so it’s good to be to back on the grass, so to speak, and get back to coaching.”
Former U of A football coach Rich Rodriguez says he’s angry about getting fired and frustrated about how university officials handled his dismissal.
A former member of the University of Arizona track team says he was assaulted by the coach, kicked off the team and lost his scholarship because he complained about being bullied by teammates. His attorney is threatening at $10 million lawsuit against the UA.
Terry Beall’s golden years have been badly tarnished. The 68-year-old east side resident lost more than $63,000 in an alleged timeshare scam.
A local homeowner says a salesman pulled a “false alarm” on her to try to get her business.
The long-time head of the group that runs the El Tour de Tucson bike race is stepping down.
A bill under consideration by state lawmakers would allow cities to decide how pet stores get their animals.
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.
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.
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
You can now freeze your credit and place a year-long fraud alert for free. A freeze used to cost anywhere between $3-$10 depending on the state you live in.
Nina’s Smith’s 79-year old mother received a call recently from a guy saying Nina’s son was arrested for DUI. Nina’s mother, who’s the boy’s grandmother, was shaken, and immediately told Nina about the call.
Gloria Perez says she was tricked into leasing solar panels by two salesmen. “I feel very bad about this,” she told the News 4 Tucson Investigators. “You know, it’s not good for them to tell lies when they’re trying to sell something.”