Public safety and fire news from the Tucson metro area.
A man accused in a 2012 home invasion was sentenced to 7½ years in prison Wednesday in Pima County Superior Court.
A Tucson man who stood as a lookout during a home invasion was sentenced to two years in prison on Monday.
A man accused of killing his former girlfriend’s infant child will undergo a mental-health evaluation to determine his competency.
A jury in Pima County Superior Court found Kyle Alegria guilty of the 2009 rape and murder of a 7-year-old neighbor.
A 30-year-old man who pleaded guilty to molesting two girls inside stores in two separate incidents was sentenced to three and half years in prison Monday.
An Ajo man accused of raping and killing a little girl nearly four years ago has finally been deemed competent to stand trial, but whether he or not he is eligible for the death penalty is still up for debate.
In December 2010, Joseph Maverick was given 30 days in jail and placed on three years' probation in a bizarre case that garnered a lot of attention.
A 48-year-old childcare provider could be placed on probation or receive up to two years in prison after pleading guilty Thursday to child abuse.
A Tucson man accused of setting a woman on fire four years ago will be going to trial in June after turning down a plea agreement that would’ve given him a life sentence with release possible after 25 years.
After spending approximately seven months in the jail's restoration-to-competency program, a Tucson man accused of molesting a little girl at a fastfood restaurant has been deemed competent.
The aunt of Za'Naya Flores will be going to trial afterall.
Judge Deborah Bernini got a surprise this morning and she didn't seem to be too happy about it.
We shouldn't be hearing about Timothy Kreus anymore.
A 21-year-old man who was caught with nearly 100 pounds of marijuana following a high speed chase in July has been placed on two years probation.
A Tucson construction worker was sentenced to one year in jail Wednesday by a judge who said she was unwilling to risk the safety of any probation officer who might be assigned to his case.
A Tucson man who tried to kidnap a jogger at knife-point last year was sentenced Monday to 11 1/4 years in prison.
After spending seven months in a competency-restoration program at the Pima County jail, a Tucson man accused of hiring three "hitmen" has been deemed mentally fit to go to trial.
Not even a decade ago, Christopher Fern was a well-known forensic accountant who spent time in Switzerland doing research for Holocaust victims, defense attorney Skip Donau told Pima County Superior Court Judge Deborah Bernini.
A Tucson woman who gave her fiance's mother ant poison in a scheme to adopt and raise his siblings will spend the next 10 years in the Arizona State Hospital.