Former Tucsonan defrauded people of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Officer called coroner to report dead body, when victim was not dead.
Councilman originally charged with disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing.
Group says report conflates violent with repeat offenders.
A story in the Atlantic Monthly explores the case of Larry Youngblood, a man wrongfully convicted in Pima County in 1985 of a brutal child rape.
Participants will learn the grand jury process and assist in academic research.
Court orders treatment to restore competency.
Pima County Restoration Court seeks to enforce payments to crime victims.
Case involved kidnapping, ransom over the disappearance of a marijuana load.
Authors say for-profit prison operators changing model to capture more business.
Councilman to plead guilty to criminal trespassing.
With just 133 votes between, recount almost certain.
Crime rates continue to drop nationwide.
The Arizona Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in two cases in Tucson today at 2 p.m.
Supreme, appeals and superior courts' jurists all retained by large margins.
Mankel shot would-be thief as he fled.
Government says men fired in retaliation.
Justices say law adding two seats to Maricopa Community College Board legal
Man convicted of fraud and theft was part of anti-government movement.
Scam seeks cash payment for supposed missed jury duty.
Killer beat to death girlfriend because he was distraught over end of relationship.
Accused of grabbing and kissing restaurant worker.
Attorneys will evaluate Pima County convictions if defendants claim innocence.
Max Zendejas damaged rented restaurant space, removed equipment.
Report says victims have higher rates of emotional troubles.