Tucson police are asking for help in locating a vehicle and its occupants who are tied to the killing of a teenager Saturday night on the south side.
Tucson police are asking for help in locating a vehicle tied to the killing of a teen Saturday night.
From left, Barbara LaWall, Pima County Attorney; Shelly Gibbons, board president of 88-CRIME; and Susie Dupnik, executive director of 88-CRIME, were among those at the Tucson Police Foundation news conference.
Three Tucson police officers, and one retired from the force, will be recognized at the Eighth Annual Tucson Police Foundation Unsung Heroes Celebration Banquet.
Pima County Sheriff’s Department investigators are hoping tips can help them connect several people to a burglary at a northwest side market.
The owner of Super H, 2710 West Ruthrauff Road, reported the break-in Aug. 30, providing investigators a surveillance video of a man swiping lottery t…
Fire destroys rural house; damage set at $200,000
The image of James Hendrickson, who has been missing since June 12, 1991, is projected on a wall as his sister, Tammy Tacho, struggles to talk about the turmoil the family has endured since his disappearance.
Jimmy Hendrickson Age progression image of what he might look like today at age 33. Photo courtesy of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Children's T-shirts, jumpers, dresses and sports jerseys - some so tiny they could be mistaken for doll clothes - hung from a clothesline in the low-ceilinged conference room of a downtown office building Friday evening.
U.S. Marshal David P. Gonzales, flanked by representatives from participating law enforcement agencies, outlines the Quarterly Fugitives program at a press conference Monday at the Evo A. DeConcini U.S. Courthouse downtown.
A new program launched by the U.S. Marshal's Office, 88-CRIME and other law enforcement agencies seeks to highlight fugitives whose cases have gone cold.
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