The trial of a San Manuel man accused in a deadly road-rage incident in Oro Valley began Tuesday in Pima County Superior Court.
Man pleads guilty
to gun charge, chase
A jury in Pima County Superior Court has found a Tucson man accused of robbing three taxi drivers at knifepoint guilty.
Well, Pamela Phillips' murder trial has been pushed off until next January, but that doesn't mean things aren't going on behind the scene.
Pima County's newest judge, Casey McGinley, took the bench for the first time last Monday.
A 20-year-old Tucson man arrested in connection with a convenience-store robbery spree in the spring of 2011 was sentenced to 4.5 years in prison and seven years of intensive probation Friday in Pima County Superior Court.
A Tucson man who admitted sealing a murder victim up in a bathroom could be placed on probation or receive up to a 10-year prison sentence.
A Tucson man was sentenced to 13 1/2 years in prison Tuesday for beating another man to death in February 2011.
Presiding Pima County Superior Court Judge Sally Simmons has chosen Deputy Pima County Attorney Casey McGinley as the new pro tem judge.
Nearly 23 years after Rashad Khalifa was stabbed and beaten to death, the man accused of carrying the acts out has been convicted of premeditated, first-degree murder.
Well, the powers that be haven't named the final three candidates for the open pro tem spot at Pima County Superior Court, yet.
Nov. 26 is going to be a big day in the Glen Francis homicide case.
Tom Greenwalt has been waiting a really long time to see the man he believes killed his brother sitting in front of 12 jurors and it looks like he's finally going to get his wish.
Murder suspect Ray Segala, 59, will be sitting down for a little chat on Oct. 29 to discuss his chances if he goes to trial.
One year to the day after taking the life of an innocent motorist, a Tucson street racer was sentenced to 18 1/4 years in prison.
A Tucson man linked to a murder by a cellphone seven years after the fact was sentenced Friday to 16 years in prison on a second-degree murder charge.
Witness issues have prompted the attorneys in the Anthony Green case to get a one-week extension on their trial.