However, the rate has fallen — for violence, too — since the 1990s.
Prolonged probes typical after shootings by the Border Patrol.
Police officers of the Tohono O'odham Nation responded to a shooting Monday morning involving a Border Patrol agent and three members of the nation.
Young actress Shirley Temple, tours the Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters in Washington, D.C., June 24, 1938. Head G-man J. Edgar Hoover was her guide. Shirley plugs her ears with fingers as her father shoots a G-man's gun. (AP Photo)
St. Louis County Executive Charlie A. Dooley faces criticism over his appointments to the board as FBI investigation looms.
The Rev. Freddy J. Clark, founder of the Shalom Church, also was named to a board vacancy.
Development shows that FBI is moving forward on police chief's call for an investigation.
Former partner of Gregory Sansone wonders how the firm landed $3.7 million heating and cooling contract from the county.
Edward Snowden looks like the kid behind the counter at Starbucks eyeing me right now. The one who wants to know what I'm writing on my laptop. Call me paranoid but I side with national security on this one. And if you do call me, remember the National Security Agency put a trace on it.
The following editorial appeared Friday in the Washington Post:
PHOENIX - Attorney General Tom Horne paid a $300 fine Wednesday - $582 with surcharges - to settle a criminal misdemeanor charge he left the scene of an accident without leaving a note.
TUPELO, Miss. — Charges were dropped Tuesday against the Mississippi man accused of sending ricin-laced letters to President Obama and others, while authorities searched at another man’s home in connection with the case.
Online comment section serves public safety
PHOENIX - Saying the law needs some teeth, a Senate panel voted 6-1 Tuesday to make the kind of campaign finance violation Attorney General Tom Horne is accused of a crime, punishable by time in state prison.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against the FBI by a former Arivaca woman who lost her youngest daughter and husband during a May 2009 home invasion.
A U.S. District Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against the FBI by a former Arivaca woman who lost her youngest daughter and husband during a May 2009 home invasion.
Andrew Gerald Millas, 43, caught after undercover Idaho detectives run across him on child porn website.
Report shows crimes reported in first half of 2012 compared to first half of 2011.