Tucson police arrested two men suspected of robbing a midtown Safeway, a department spokeswoman said Friday.
A 25-year-old man accused of shooting another man at a party and leaving his body at the scene for several days before the slaying was reported to police was sentenced to six years in prison in Pima County Superior Court Monday.
A Tucson man who pointed a wooden rifle stock at a sheriff's deputy responding to a domestic-violence call was sentenced to three years' probation Monday.
A Sept. 10 sentencing date has been set for a Mexican man who pleaded guilty in the 2010 killing of a U.S. Border Patrol agent whose death revealed the botched "Fast and Furious" gun-smuggling investigation.
A fire early Monday caused heavy damage to a midtown bar, officials said.
U.S. 191 was closed for four hours Thursday after this 4:30 a.m. crash about three miles north of Douglas. The pickup truck, on the right, crossed the center line and plowed head-on into the van. The truck's driver and three people in the van died at the scene; four more are hospitalized.
Four residents of Douglas, including three on their way to work at a farm, were killed in a fiery head-on collision early Thursday.
Two law enforcement officers had their state credentials revoked last week.
A detainee who had a felony second degree robbery and countless convictions for prostitution and solicitation for lewd conduct was among more than 300 people Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials in Phoenix released in February as part of a nationwide operation to save money.
A body was found this morning in a desert area near South Craycroft and East Golf Links roads.
State Assistant Attorney General Mike Jette discusses the copper thefts. Mine workers are accused of selling the copper to recyclers at a fraction of the price. The recyclers would then resell it to Chinese importers, investigators say.
Eighteen people are facing charges in a multimillion-dollar copper theft ring involving Asarco employees, state law-enforcement officials said Tuesday.
A Tucson baby sitter who left a 10-month-old in a tub with running water and an open drain that became plugged with a plastic toy cup was found guilty of negligent homicide Friday.
Criminal accusations leveled against Border Patrol agents are not unheard of, but what makes a current case in Tucson federal court unusual is that it made it to trial at all.
More than 100 pairs of eyes were on Louis Cuen Taylor Tuesday morning as he walked tentatively into the courtroom wearing an orange prison-issue T-shirt and baggy pants.
Louis Cuen Taylor accepts congratulations from Howard Kashman, his original attorney, as his current defense team surrounds him. "Welcome back, Mr. Taylor," Judge Richard Fields said after accepting Taylor's no-contest pleas. Fields gave Taylor credit for time served and ordered him released.
Louis Taylor disposes of the remains of his first meal outside prison in more than 40 years, a cheeseburger at In-n-Out Burger. The restaurant was his first stop after he felt "free Mother Earth beneath my feet" upon his release from the Arizona State Prison Complex on South Wilmot Road.
Kristina Beckman-Brito finds the moment overwhelming as she watches Louis Taylor come out of the South Wilmot Road prison a free man.
The building at 100 N. Stone Ave., as it looks today. A fire on Dec. 20, 1970, killed 28 people; a 29th died months later. The former landmark Tucson hotel is now a office building.
Louis Cuen Taylor was 16 when he was arrested after the Pioneer Hotel fire in downtown Tucson. He turns 59 this week.