They are called “Integrated Fixed Towers,” “IFT’s” for short. They are 160-foot-tall surveillance towers. They have high-definition cameras, night vision, sensors and radar. They will send data to Border Patrol agents at a central station in Aho.
The department is trying to eliminate call transfers, but the number of transfers has not fallen since consolidation.
The News Four Tucson Investigators reported on his social media posts and collisions last year.
Those local residents say it’s just another unnecessary fee the government is imposing on taxpayers.
Steve Nath weighed 370 pounds in 2011. In 18 months, Nath lost 130 pounds.
“They’re incredibly out of shape,” Bray said, “so they were not catching anyone if they had tried.”
Once they are cooked, add in a separate pot Guajillo Peppers sautéed in oil with the beans.
It was a murder that took place in Douglas 33 years ago.
Tom Cox is a devout Buddhist but also an innocent bystander in a dispensary debate.
Bray and STS disagree about his treatment, but STS does not have the contractually obligated logs to prove he was cared for properly.
If President Trump or any other candidate refuses to pay the deposit, the city would reject the rally.
The family blames the Public Safety Communications Department, which answered the phone, and the Tucson Fire Department, which responded to the apartment.
There is growing concern about the wildly popular FaceApp, that lets users change their face.
Police entered an east side apartment on May 6th, 2018 and found a young woman dead on the kitchen floor.
A victim from Oro Valley recently had tens of thousands of dollars stolen from a credit union account.
Former UA assistant basketball coach Emanuel “Book” Richardson doesn’t know that the man giving him an envelope containing $15,000 in cash is an FBI agent.
State authorities have launched an investigation over claims that an employee of a local cancer center has been stealing opioids that are meant for patients.
Financial records obtained by News 4 Tucson Investigators are shedding new light on the financial situation of the Green Fields School.
Carol Schweska’s husband was a Vietnam veteran. As he was dying, she realized she could not afford the burial he wanted.
The former head baseball coach at Sabino High School claims the investigation that resulted in its 2018 championship being revoked was “botched” and he’s considering a lawsuit.