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.
Pima County deputies said they arrested a man suspected of multiple vending machine thefts around Tucson.
The Tucson Police Department received a grant to test them all at a price of $645 each.
Last month, the News 4 Tucson Investigators first reported that Joint Task Force North was requesting heavy equipment rental and support to build a bridge over the Santa Cruz River near Kino Springs east of Nogales.
After a significant increase in the number of scams federal officials and advocacy groups are launching a new effort to try and cut down on the number of scams
Representatives from the 3 major credit bureaus, Experian, Equifax and TransUnion, said towing debts should not hurt credit scores.
Federal authorities say the surge of migrants, mostly from Guatemala and Honduras, illegally crossing our southern border, shows no signs of letting up.
She is still fighting for the disability money because her husband fought cancer almost 2 years and applied months before he died.
Most Tucson hospitals scored 2 out of 5 stars, according to recently released ratings from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
State and local health officials are currently monitoring a measles case in Pima County
Former U of A football coach Rich Rodriguez says he’s angry about getting fired and frustrated about how university officials handled his dismissal.
The latest numbers from the governor’s highway safety association show nationwide 6,300-hundred pedestrians were killed in 2018 – the highest number in nearly 30 years
Pima County has started a new system for reporting potholes.