A former member of the University of Arizona track team says he was assaulted by the coach, kicked off the team and lost his scholarship because he complained about being bullied by teammates. His attorney is threatening at $10 million lawsuit against the UA.
Some people are frustrated that nobody is taking responsibility for fixing some Tucson roads.
Jake Amalong is a junior at Sabino High School in the Tucson Unified School District. This school is now caught up in an investigation over an Instagram account that turned into a virtual gossip site.
Last month, the News 4 Tucson Investigators were the first to uncover plans for a new construction project along the border in Santa Cruz County
Terry Beall’s golden years have been badly tarnished. The 68-year-old east side resident lost more than $63,000 in an alleged timeshare scam.
Some people are paying large veterinarian bills shortly after adopting from Pima Animal Care Center.
The most recent numbers show that Pima County is experiencing its lowest homeless population since 2012, but you might not realize it, looking at one area in central Tucson.
Baca first learned about a potential problem with her ten-month-old daughter’s vaccination when she went to see her pediatrician last fall.
A man said he was treated like a fugitive after his ex-wife made a false report to police, and the Pima County Attorney’s Office had his summons mailed to the wrong address.
According to the U.S. Treasury, most Americans paid less in taxes last year as a result of President Trump’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
A local homeowner says a salesman pulled a “false alarm” on her to try to get her business.
The long-time head of the group that runs the El Tour de Tucson bike race is stepping down.
Car owners believe they may have been improperly towed by a Tucson company.
A bill under consideration by state lawmakers would allow cities to decide how pet stores get their animals.
We have a News 4 Tucson investigators follow-up on a case we have been following more than three and a half years.