Border officers seize fraudulent credit cards in Nogales
Nogales, Sonora, officials are warning the community against people offering temporary visas to work in the United States.
A former Tucson loan officer pleaded guilty this week to wire fraud and money laundering and is facing between 18 and 24 months in federal prison.
A former Tucson loan officer pleaded guilty to wire fraud and money laundering Monday in U.S. District Court and is facing between 18 and 24 months in federal prison.
Once the gifts are opened, if you're left staring at a scratchy sweater that's a hideous shade of green or a weird kitchen gadget you'll never use, you could be headed to a dreaded return line.
A man has been indicted on federal charges of filing false tax returns using stolen identities, authorities said Tuesday.
GILBERT — A Gilbert woman is accused of fraudulently claiming she has cancer and getting thousands of dollars in donations.
Seven employees of a non-profit organization that helps at-risk youth and people with developmental disabilities have been indicted on charges alleging they stole more than $100,000 from the organization.
Single-car rollover kills 1 on far east side
2 ex-city employees arraigned on charges
PHOENIX - The state's Medicaid program needs to do a better job of investigating fraud and abuse to prevent the waste of taxpayer dollars, the Auditor General's Office reported Tuesday.
A Tucson construction worker who claims he can cure gynecological cancers by treating women with ozone was found guilty of practicing without a license, a misdemeanor, Friday, but the jury deadlocked on whether he was guilty of the felony fraud and illegally conducting an enterprise charges.
PHOENIX - The Court of Appeals on Thursday blocked efforts by the state's health-care program for the poor to collect more than $200 million in reimbursements and penalties against a major drug manufacturer.
Man given 15 years in stabbing over iPod
The owners of Rathbun Property Management want to know where their million dollars has gone.
PHOENIX — Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies have arrested four people at a Phoenix workplace for allegedly using false identification.
The state has filed consumer-fraud lawsuits against two Arizona companies, including a Tucson firm, selling mortgage modification services to Spanish-speaking distressed distressed homeowners, Attorney General Tom Horne announced today.
Oro Valley police arrested one woman suspected of leading a fraud scheme involving a closed music store and a travel company.