Police must produce a list of withheld documents by Sept. 15.
Border Patrol says it was responding to rock throwers. FBI probe is still open.
Tucson ranks high in country for number of reported incidents involving aircraft.
Officer in video will be disciplined, chief says.
But one sergeant's shove is found to be "inappropriate."
The FBI is investigating whether a makeshift bomb placed next to a 50,000-gallon diesel tank at an Arizona power station Wednesday has any connection to a suspicious incident this year at another substation owned by the same company.
The Border Patrol agent who killed a man during a foot chase last week fired nine times, striking him once in the head, officials said Monday.
The FBI is looking for two women it says come from Mexico to Tucson to perform unlicensed medical procedures to make butts bigger.
Almost daily I read comments regarding the Border Patrol by those who profess knowledge but whose inaccuracies are taken as truths by readers.
In the months leading up to Jan. 8, 2011, Jared Lee Loughner left a chronicle of advancing mental illness, growing rage and suicidal thoughts on his MySpace page, newly released FBI files show.
Convicted mass murderer Jared Lee Loughner carefully chronicled his changing thoughts, growing rage and suicidal urges in MySpace postings in the months leading up to the shooting, newly-released FBI files show.
From: Supervisor Ally Miller
A witness for the defense in the first-degree murder trial of Pamela Phillips on Wednesday said he lied to the FBI in 1997 when he claimed he had information about who killed her ex-husband, Gary Triano.
The January 1934 capture in Tucson of John Dillinger — then one of the most wanted men in the country for committing a string of bank robberies in the Midwest — will be commemorated this weekend downtown.
The salesman’s claims were too good to be true, in retrospect, says local business owner Danny Valenzuela.
Each day through Jan. 4, we will publish stories from the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen news archives. This is a condensed version of an article that appeared in the Arizona Daily Star on Dec. 26, 1964.
When Border Patrol agents shoot at rock throwers, some argue it’s an unnecessary, disproportionate response: Deadly force against a mild threat.
A colonel and 20 other members of an Arizona Air National Guard unit based in Tucson have been indicted on charges they defrauded the government of $1.4 million intended for deployed military members.
More than 9,000 former law students and applicants at the University of Arizona are at risk of identity theft after UA’s latest computer security breach.