Donald Earl Woods will face a new trial next month.
Joseph Goodman was sentenced Monday.
A roundup of Tucson-area crime and public safety news.
James Lee Derrington was sentenced after his guilty plea to second-degree murder.
Attorney says defendant didn't know one student was only 16.
Accused of having sex with Amphi students while others watched, filmed.
DNA evidence alone proves a former wrestling coach had sex with a 15-year-old student, Deputy County Attorney Michelle Chamblee, told jurors in closing arguments in the trial of Richard Portugal Ortiz.
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.
The convicted killer told his parents he loved them as police handcuffed and led him from the courtroom.
His son was sitting upright in a chair with his hands crossed when his father says he found him dead in the bedroom.
A San Manuel man who was facing a murder charge in the fatal shooting of another man in a road-rage incident has been acquitted of all charges in his case.
The trial of a San Manuel man accused in a deadly road-rage incident in Oro Valley began Tuesday in Pima County Superior Court.
PHOENIX — State lawmakers agreed to create special exemptions from animal cruelty laws for farmers and ranchers despite complaints that it would ease penalties on those who abuse and beat farm animals to death.
A Tucson man accused of first-degree murder in the drug-related killing of a high school student said the shooting was an accident.
A 67-year-old Tucson man found with dozens of child pornography images on his computer was sentenced to six years in prison on Monday.
A former convenience store clerk who set his store on fire was sentenced to 2½ years in prison on Monday.
A jury in Pima County Superior Court has found a Tucson man accused of robbing three taxi drivers at knifepoint guilty.
A Tucson-based insurance company is diversifying from covering only government plans and will be part of the Arizona marketplace created under President Obama’s health law.
Fanciful stories not backed by evidence should not exonerate the man accused of gunning down another man following a University of Arizona football game in 2011, the prosecutor told jurors.
The crime was simple, the prosecutor said: Two men killed another man and stole his car.