“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.
Martinez said the clinic demanded $600 cash before they would release his son.
Tucson police tried to take the concealed weapons permit from the man accused of killing a US marshal.
According to Census Bureau data, there are more than 71 million people in the U.S.are 60 and older.
And many Americans who reach retirement age are moving to warmer climates that offer a lower cost of living.
Scores of migrants are illegally crossing the border and many of them entering the United States through Arizona. Some of those people are leaving behind piles of trash.
Records obtained by News 4 Tucson show that a Tucson daycare at the center of a nationwide story received a growing number of citations over the last several years.
Some people are concerned a man is raising too many dogs after previously surrendering animals in 2013.
For people dealing with heart problems, medical science offers lifesaving technology, but one young Tucson father is learning that technology can sometimes be unpredictable
A man who tries to catch sexual predators on the internet wants police to do more about his videos.
There are growing concerns about the number of homeless people taking up residence in and around a popular park on Tucson’s east side
Tucson Police Department’s Community Service Officers respond to minor traffic accidents and other low-priority calls.
Lawrence White was looking forward to seeing his brother-in-law at his wedding. He never made it. Instead Roman Alberto Lopez spent the weekend in jail
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.
The News 4 Tucson Investigators have a follow-up on a Tucson mom who has been fighting the state to re-instate state insurance benefits for her son.
It’s a list that no cop wants to be on, and the News 4 Tucson Investigators have it.
TUCSON – Around eight dollars a month, that’s how much more the average Tucson Electric Power customer would be paying under a proposed rate increase.
The inmate’s attorney also wrote a letter to the jail requesting a doctor.
As the surge of undocumented immigrants continues to cross our nation’s southern border through southern Arizona, the News 4 Tucson Investigators have learned that some of those people coming across have ties to dangerous Central American gangs, and that number is increasing.
Mrs. Brown survived cancer four times, but not scammers, The who took her life savings, $67,000.