He claimed to be Dr. Anthony Pena and gained access to the Green Valley V.A. clinic in 2014, according to court records.
There has been a new wave of an old scam. Consumers are being told they have won millions in a sweepstakes or a lottery.
A man just filed his 3rd claim against the city because a water line keeps breaking and damaging his property.
A man remains locked up in the Pima County jail in connection with last month’s death of a Tucson woman
As customers lose patience, the owner of a collision shop appears to be getting close to finishing jobs from last year.
Zombie runs, food festivals, women’s conferences, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office says these are just a few examples of a growing number of fake online events
The Salvation Army’s bell-ringer is another reminder that it’s the holiday season.
Some people are concerned they are not going to get the beef they paid for after doing business with a man who said he is a rancher.
Court records show that the man accused of killing Deputy U.S. Marshal Chase White was suspended from Pima Community College’s downtown campus in August, 2017, due to unspecified “behaviorial issues.”
Gary’s Towing took legal ownership after it was stored for “safekeeping.”
Ulrich is one of the parents of Cienega High School grads who paid Barragan’s company $40,000, $500 each, for a trip to Disneyland in 2017.
We have a News 4 Tucson Investigators follow-up on a story we first brought you more than a year and a half ago
Nearly 18 months, a few investigations, and a consumer fraud lawsuit later, the company will soon have to pay $451,000 in judgment.
Black Friday is four days away, Cyber Monday is a week away. It’s the most dangerous time of year for compulsive shoppers. And the boom in online shopping is a big part of it.
One call every 6.2 seconds, that’s how often people living in the 520 area code are getting scam and robo calls