A surveillance system police use to collect data from cellphones has sparked controversy in many states and now has become the subject of a lawsuit in Tucson.
A witness for the defense in the first-degree murder trial of Pamela Phillips on Wednesday said he lied to the FBI in 1997 when he claimed he had information about who killed her ex-husband, Gary Triano.
A witness for the defense in the first-degree murder trial of former Tucsonan Pamela Phillips has proven to be less than co-operative.
Working on behalf of a freelance investigative reporter, the American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit in Pima County Superior Court against the City of Tucson and the Tucson Police Department.
For many horse owners, equine massage therapy has become an important feature of the care they provide for their animals.
Prosecutors with the Pima County Attorney’s Office on Friday rested their case against Pamela Phillips in connection with the car-bomb killing of her ex husband.
The prosecution rested its case against Pamela Phillips on Friday morning after more than two weeks of testimony.
A jury on Wednesday convicted Keanu Deano Castaneda of first-degree murder, armed robbery and aggravated assault in the shooting of a high school student during a drug deal.
A jury in Pima County Superior Court on Wednesday convicted Keanu Deano Castaneda of first-degree murder, armed robbery and aggravated assault.
A Tucson man accused of first-degree murder in the drug-related killing of a high school student said the shooting was an accident.
A Tucson man accused of killing a 17-year-old student in a fatal drug rip took the stand today in his trial in Pima County Superior Court.
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne has launched a new consumer-protection website.
A search warrant return from the house where a husband and wife allegedly kept three children locked in their bedrooms has been released.
A man who tried to flee from police and accidentally discharged a firearm in the process was sentenced to 2½ years in prison on Thursday.
A jury has convicted a man of murder in a deadly home invasion.
Testimony in the first-degree murder trial of Pamela Phillips on Friday morning made no mention of the defendant.
A former friend of Pamela Phillips testified Thursday that Phillips told her she wanted to have her ex-husband killed.
A man accused in a drug-deal shooting that left a Salpointe Catholic High School student dead never intended to pay for the drugs and was prepared to kill to get what he wanted, prosecutors argued Wednesday.
A man accused of fatally shooting a man in a home invasion is a victim of mistaken identity, his defense attorney argued Tuesday.
A man originally accused of first-degree murder in a 2012 shooting death has been sentenced to prison on lesser charges.
The trial of a man accused of shooting and killing another man in a drug deal gone bad began today.
A former Arizona Air National Guard commander has agreed to deal allowing him to avoid prosecution on charges he masterminded a scheme to falsify records to receive added pay.
The first-degree murder trial of former Tucsonan Pamela Phillips continues today with testimony from the husband of one of Phillips' close friends.
The Arizona Commission on Judicial Performance Review has put out a call to the public to comment on judicial performance.
The final defendants in a school bullying incident involving Sahuarita High School wrestling team members have been sentenced for their role in a locker room assault.
On a recent afternoon, a couple walked up to the clerk’s counter at Pima County Superior Court seeking a marriage license.
A former high school swimming coach accused of possessing child pornography was sentenced to four months in jail and 10 years probation.
The state has begun to make its case against Pamela Phillips, a former Tucsonan accused of having her ex-husband Gary Triano killed in 1996.
A malicious and materialistic socialite or a woman duped by a con man and swept up by circumstances. Those are the opposing portrayals jurors heard on the first day of Pamela Phillips’ murder trial.
Pamela Phillips had her ex-husband killed in 1996 to collect on a $2 million insurance policy so she could maintain the lavish lifestyle she enjoyed while married, a prosecutor told jurors today in opening statements for her first-degree murder trial in a Tucson courtroom.
Opening arguments in the first-degree murder trial of Pamela Phillips are set to start Wednesday morning.
A Tucson hotel has been ordered to pay tens of thousands of dollars in back pay to employees.
More than 17 years after a fiery explosion killed a prominent real estate investor and rocked Tucson, his ex-wife will stand trial for masterminding the murder of Gary Triano.
Charges against a man accused of killing his girlfriend’s infant daughter were dropped this week.
Although acquitted of shooting a police officer, Richard Mendoza likely will spend much of the remainder his life behind bars.
Defense arguments in the trial of Carlos Miguel Zacarias, who was acquitted of first-degree murder on Tuesday, focussed heavily on the testimony of eyewitnesses.
A Tucson man who stood as a lookout during a home invasion was sentenced to two years in prison on Monday.
A man convicted of aggravated assault was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Monday.
A man accused of murder in a deadly drug ripoff was found not guilty on Tuesday.
The man charged in the death of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was sentenced to 30 years in prison on Monday.
Southern Arizona’s Pascua Yaqui Tribe is one of the first native groups in the nation to earn legal standing to prosecute outsiders who attack women on tribal lands.
He lost the battle, but Tucsonan Gerald Morris says his war with a grocer over ice cream advertisements isn’t over.
The trial of a man accused in a fatal drug-rip began this week in Pima County Superior Court.
The owner of a solar-panel installation company has been accused of scamming customers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars in a multi-count indictment filed in Pima County Superior Court.
Pima County Superior Court officials have warned residents of a potential scam involving jury duty.
A former tax preparer was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison on Monday.
The Jury Commissioner’s office at Pima County Superior Court has received calls from county residents about a possible scam.
A 67-year-old Tucson man found with dozens of child pornography images on his computer was sentenced to six years in prison on Monday.
A former convenience store clerk who set his store on fire was sentenced to 2½ years in prison on Monday.
A woman accused in the deadly hit-and-run of a pedestrian has been sentenced to one month in jail and three years’ probation.