The investigation involves a $2.8 million money laundering case, authorities say.
Letters writers provide election inquiry reply and an argument for Prop. 430.
Timeshare owners lost thousands of dollars in the scheme, attorney general's office claims.
Former Tucsonan defrauded people of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
More than a dozen math AIMS tests in Tucson have been invalidated.
He sold drugs and guns to undercover police officers.
Suspect is a wanted fugitive in multi-agency criminal investigation.
State claims fire command decisions were not "shocking" and the litigation is blocked by law.
An employee was arrested Thursday in connection with a sexual assault of an elderly woman who lived at Villa Maria Care Center, police said.
A man was arrested Thursday in connection to a sexual assault of a vulnerable elderly woman who lived at Villa Maria Care Center, police said.
The defense attorney for a Tucson woman who abused and stole from a bedridden multiple sclerosis patient asked a judge for mercy Thursday, saying her client has mental-health issues and found herself in over her head.
Attorney Juliana L. Ore-Giron speaks to her client, Lea Marie Hughes, who wept during her sentencing hearing in Pima County Superior Court on Thursday. Hughes was sentenced to two concurrent two-year prison terms.
PHOENIX - Arizona courts cannot order stores that post the wrong prices to surrender their wrongfully obtained profits, the state Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
A Tucson federal judge has dismissed a drug-smuggling case because of a prosecutor's misconduct, saying she wants to ensure that the U.S. Attorney's Office takes the misbehavior seriously.
You should no longer receive official-looking postcards labeled as a "safety notice" telling you that your plumbing or ventilation systems are overdue for an inspection.
PHOENIX - An elections complaint accuses Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne of violating Arizona law by coordinating some of his 2010 campaign's efforts with an independent committee that attacked his general-election opponent.
A 27-year-old Marana woman was indicted Thursday on charges that she smoked a powerful pain reliever while breast-feeding her infant daughter, neglected her three children and stole more than $13,000 from an elderly dementia patient.
Randi Lynn Hall and her children lived outdoors in a backyard, officials said.
The Arizona Attorney General's Office will investigate both the
allegations against Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu and his claim
that he was victimized by his former lover.