Woman who pleaded guilty in robbery gets four years probation.
Even after hearing a second round of closing arguments, a jury in the case against a former Tucson police officer accused of rape was unable to reach a verdict.
The credibility of the victim was the focus of much of the closing arguments on Thursday in the trial of a former Tucson police officer accused of raping a woman while on duty.
PHOENIX — Supporters of doing more to prevent child abuse and neglect said Tuesday they are having to accept on faith that there will be more money for that — later.
PHOENIX — Being drunk in public is not a crime, no matter what local officials may conclude, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
A jury has convicted a man of murder in a deadly home invasion.
A man who burglarized a northwest-side convenience store in 2012 was sentenced to jail and probation Tuesday.
Although acquitted of shooting a police officer, Richard Mendoza likely will spend much of the remainder his life behind bars.
A Tucson man accused of two burglaries and drug possession was sentenced to prison on Friday.
A man tried and convicted in absentia in September was sentenced to more than 30 years in prison this week for his role in a home invasion.
Tucson’s homicide rate declined slightly in 2013, although it remains above the national average, new data show.
A Tucson real estate developer and a real estate agent were sentenced to federal prison for their roles in a mortgage fraud scheme.
WICHITA — A central Kansas woman has been sentenced to two years of probation for embezzling more than $211,000 from a feedlot where she worked to pay off losses from her own cattle trading.
A Pima County Superior Court jury has found two men guilty of committing a home invasion in 2012.
Ever wonder how many felony cases are filed in Pima County Superior Court?
A man who pleaded guilty to robbery and burglary — both linked to an April home invasion — received 1½ years in prison and two years’ probation on Monday in Pima County Superior Court.
Five suspects have been arrested and a sixth is wanted in connection with a human smuggling ring that left one border crosser dead.
A Tucson man was sentenced in federal court to more than 11 years in prison for defrauding 1,600 people through a variety of scams, officials said.
It wasn’t quite as exciting as a chase scene from “Grand Theft Auto” or “Gone in Sixty Seconds,” nevertheless, a suspect managed to get away after ditching a stolen vehicle on the east side.
A Tucson man was convicted today of first degree murder for setting a woman on fire.