Susan Via is a former federal prosecutor who researched people for a living. But she admittedly didn’t research the guy to whom she paid $5800 to construct a utility building and fencing for her horses.
With troops arriving in southern Arizona this week, working to help secure the border, long-time residents and law enforcement are reacting to their presence in Cochise County
Officials with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid are now looking into a southern Arizona couple’s claim that they were unknowingly involved in a fraud scheme.
Seventy percent of Pima County’s roads are in poor or failing condition. They won’t be fixed soon after last night’s vote on Proposition 463.
“I just didn’t really understand how a mistake like that could be made,” Kathy Abel told the News 4 Tucson Investigators. Ms. Abel is one of the 529 southwest side residents who were mailed incomplete ballots last month.
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Although Matt Pushkar works at the Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona, scammers don’t care and probably don’t know that.
Reports of bullying at one northeast side Tucson middle school, have some parents concerned
After nearly a year of waiting, teacher Dean Keller says his fight for employment benefits is finally moving forward
Ahmad Suhad Ahmad helped confidential sources and undercover agents build 2 improvised explosive devices on April 26, 2017, according to a complaint filed in federal court.
Police do not want people copying his behavior.
A Tucson mom is hoping for a financial – or a legal – miracle
April Barbosa thinks her daughter might be alive if Tucson Police responded quicker and more aggressively to the family’s 911 calls.
Donald Trump, then a candidate for president, told supporters at the Tucson Convention Center in March of 2016, “I will remember the people of Tucson. I will remember the people of Arizona.”
“It’s a very well-known, non-secret that ‘A’ Mountain, people go up there and drink and party,” City Council Member Regina Romero said.