Police entered an east side apartment on May 6th, 2018 and found a young woman dead on the kitchen floor.
A victim from Oro Valley recently had tens of thousands of dollars stolen from a credit union account.
Former UA assistant basketball coach Emanuel “Book” Richardson doesn’t know that the man giving him an envelope containing $15,000 in cash is an FBI agent.
State authorities have launched an investigation over claims that an employee of a local cancer center has been stealing opioids that are meant for patients.
Financial records obtained by News 4 Tucson Investigators are shedding new light on the financial situation of the Green Fields School.
Carol Schweska’s husband was a Vietnam veteran. As he was dying, she realized she could not afford the burial he wanted.
The former head baseball coach at Sabino High School claims the investigation that resulted in its 2018 championship being revoked was “botched” and he’s considering a lawsuit.
With a record number of migrants illegally crossing the southern border, there is growing concern that the Border Patrol is being stretched to the breaking point.
The News 4 Tucson Investigators have learned that an Arizona attorney with Tucson connections has been suspended from practicing law. The attorney, Augustine Jimenez III, better known as Augie, has been suspended for 18 months for violating the Arizona Rules of Professional Conduct.
Veinte De Agosto Park became a homeless camp in 2015.
To continue straight, he had to cross the streetcar tracks on his right. The streetcar tracks are also in a transit lane where buses travel.
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.