A Tucson police officer chasing a man in connection with a theft and purse-snatching on the city's westside discovered that he lost his handgun during the pursuit.
Several mailboxes were broken into in Oro Valley over the weekend.
Thieves snatched the bust of former President John F. Kennedy from a downtown park during the weekend.
Tucson police are hoping surveillance photos will help them identify three men who they say pelted a a convenience store clerk with cartons of cigarettes and beer cans during a robbery.
Tucson police are hoping to identify one of two men they say attacked a Good Samaritan during a beer skip.
More than 9,000 former law students and applicants at the University of Arizona are at risk of identity theft after UA’s latest computer security breach.
It was bound to happen. The decision to name an east-side street “Stoner Avenue” has led to several thefts of street signs over the last few years.
A prominent Tucson financial advisor has been sentenced to probation and ordered to pay more than $150,000 in fines and restitution for embezzling funds from a charity he oversaw.
Co-workers turned a blind eye while a TUSD supervisor, sometimes with the help of subordinates, sold thousands of dollars worth of district property over at least four years, a district report shows.
Man seen ditching stolen pickup truck
Two former Tucson Department of Transportation workers were sentenced Thursday to 60 days in jail and ordered to pay $5,000 in restitution each for using city equipment and materials for side jobs.
Former University of Arizona and NFL kicker turned Tucson restaurant owner Max Zendejas was indicted Tuesday in Pima County Superior Court on damage and theft charges related to his recently closed UA-area restaurant.
A Tucson man who was one of 14 people indicted in a theft ring in which more than $1.5 million in jewelry was stolen and sold off, was sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison Friday.
TUSD's Property Control Department is under criminal investigation for allegations that employees have been selling district property illegally for six years.
Two former Transportation Department supervisors who diverted nearly $100,000 of taxpayer money into their private business will have to reimburse the city only $5,000 a piece.
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.