The son of a reputed Mexican drug boss will be tried in federal court in California on charges he conspired to smuggle drugs into the United States.
A former state lawmaker who represented the Tucson area has filed a lawsuit against the city of Tucson and Pima County.
A Sells man convicted of stabbing a man to death in 2011 was sentenced to 6½ years in prison in federal court Monday.
PHOENIX — State officials are trying to delay a federal appellate court hearing on the question of whether the Tohono O’odham Nation can build a casino on the edge of Glendale.
Two suspended Border Patrol agents have each been sentenced to 24 months in prison as a result of their convictions for civil rights offenses.
A Tucson real estate developer and a real estate agent were sentenced to federal prison for their roles in a mortgage fraud scheme.
The co-owner of an upscale Tucson restaurant was sentenced Monday to a year in federal prison on a charge that she filed a false income tax return.
MEXICO CITY — Purported drug cartel operator Sandra Avila Beltran, known as the "Queen of the Pacific," was returned to Mexico from the U.S. on Tuesday and quickly taken to prison to face money-laundering charges.
A U.S. District Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against the FBI by a former Arivaca woman who lost her youngest daughter and husband during a May 2009 home invasion.
The owner of Burns Power Washing was convicted In U.S. District Court Friday for a chemical attack on former customers, ending what his victims described as years of feeling terrorized.
Northwest Fire District's Hazmat team responded to a report of noxious fumes from chemicals in a yard.
PHOENIX — A federal appeals court Tuesday spurned a request by civil rights groups for a new injunction to once again block Arizona's 2010 immigration law.
U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton dissolved the injunction she issued more than two years ago blocking the state from enforcing key provisions of the 2010 immigration law.
A U.S. District Court judge has denied a motion that would’ve granted child-killer Frank Jarvis Atwood a hearing where his attorneys could argue detectives planted evidence that landed him on Arizona’s death row.
TUSD has agreed to pay a former school psychologist $180,000 to settle a claim that she was retaliated against for advocating for students with disabilities.
Jared Lee Loughner's attorneys and doctors worried his mental condition could deteriorate during a lengthy trial, prompting the decision to work out a plea agreement, according to a forensic report released Thursday by the U.S. District Court.
Jared Lee Loughner appears different than he did 15 months ago. His brown hair shaved short, his face fuller, his countenance capable of a smile.
PHOENIX -- Civil and immigrant rights groups asked a federal judge late Tuesday to block SB 1070 from taking effect despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last month siding with the state.
A federal prosecutor likened former Homeland Security Special Agent Jovana Deas to a “mini Aldrich Ames” today in Tucson’s U.S. District Court, but a federal judge still resisted his urging that Deas get 10 years in prison.
A federal judge is considering whether convicted child killer Frank Jarvis Atwood's attorneys should be allowed to present evidence they believe will prove detectives planted evidence.