After looking through nearly 70 pages of crash statistics recently released by the Arizona Department of Transportation, News 4 Tucson Investigators have been able to find new information about what’s causing crashes on Arizona’s roads.
Sally Digges sings in a local rock band. Now, she is also singing the blues.
It’s being called an epidemic. We are talking about teens who use vaping devices that are packed with highly addictive nicotine.
Arizona residents over the age of 60 have lost more than $12 million in scams in the last year.
Some residents have complained to the News 4 Tucson Investigators recently about certain aspects of getting called for jury duty.
University attorneys said they are limited by the health benefits chosen by the Arizona Department of Administration, according to court documents.
“I don’t like being cheated and I don’t like seeing other people cheated and if I can prevent other women from having to go through this stupid experience, then, of course, I want to let people know about it.”
We have an update on a story the News 4 Tucson Investigators brought you last month, about a Tucson man who was facing an unexpected surgery to deal with a dying battery in his pacemaker.
The Tucson Police Department is looking for more than a few good men and women.
We have an update on a story the News 4 Tucson Investigators broke earlier this year about a construction project along the border in Santa Cruz County.
The number of robocalls that Americans are receiving is at an all-time high, and the illegal calls are costing consumers hundreds of millions of dollars.
“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.