Siblings of the 3-year-old boy whose skeletal remains were found Tuesday told investigators their mother starved their brother to death, court records reveal.
University of Arizona officials say they searched the country and couldn’t find a better candidate for police chief than in their own backyard.
A serious civil-rights crisis is taking place in Tucson under the watch of Police Chief Robert Villaseñor. What will City Manager Richard Miranda, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and the Tucson City Council do to remedy this monumental civil-rights standoff?
The public is invited Thursday to a 4 p.m. memorial service for Ivan, a Tucson police dog shot and killed in December.
SOUTH GLENS FALLS, N.Y. — Exotic dancers performed lap dances on teenagers at a boy’s surprise 16th birthday party in an upstate New York village, police said, and investigators were trying to determine whether any organizer of the celebration committed a crime.
FOREST HILL, Texas — A North Texas pastor died after a man drove his car into the church and attacked the pastor with an electric guitar, authorities say.
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. — A “Jersey Shore” cast member has been arrested in the New Jersey town where the MTV show is based.
Today marks a week since Isabel Mercedes Celis was reported missing from her midtown home and Tucson police are hoping for more tips to help find the 6-year-old.
The case of Isabel Mercedes Celis is now prominently featured on the website of America’s Most Wanted.
On the fifth day into the the investigation into the disappearance of a 6-year-old Tucson girl, Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor today defended the pace of progress in the case.
Through tears and trembling, the parents of Isabel Mercedes Celis pleaded today for her safe return. Dressed in the white T-shirts worn by volunteers, both wore rosaries.
ATLANTA — A kindergartner who threw a tantrum at her small-town Georgia school was taken away in handcuffs, her arms behind her back, in an episode that is firing up the debate over whether teachers and police around the country are overreacting all too often when dealing with disruptive students.