Herbert Oxnam will continue to get his $5,019 monthly retirement check.
Report: Employee paid co-workers to call in sick so he could get overtime.
Participants will learn how grand juries work, help with academic study.
A Tucson man serving 17 years in federal prison has been charged in a 27-count indictment in Pima County Superior Court.
The owner of a company that distributes fasteners and machine parts was indicted in federal court Wednesday on three counts of tax evasion.
The owner of a solar-panel installation company has been accused of scamming customers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars in a multi-count indictment filed in Pima County Superior Court.
A seven-year Tucson police veteran was indicted Friday on felony charges, a department spokeswoman said.
Officer Andrea Middleton had been on administrative leave since November. She faces three felony counts.
Pima County Superior Court Judge Howard Fell has ruled a murder suspect's rights were not violated when prosecutors presented her case to a grand jury.
A defense attorney for a dance teacher accused of sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl says his client was way too busy to have done so on the day in question.
The attorney for a woman facing a manslaughter charge in connection with a fatal DUI collision wants prosecutors to take the case back to the grand jury.
An attorney for one of the seven corrections officers fired following a brutal bar fight says his guy is one of the good guys.
A local woman admitted Monday that she stole the identities of 15 patients while working at an Oro Valley oncology office.
When prosecutors are seeking an indictment against someone, there are certain rules they have to follow.
Nine people from Tucson were indicted by a federal grand jury on drug charges on allegations they tried to steal more than 1,000 pounds of marijuana from a tractor trailer under FBI surveillance.
Two men were indicted last Thursday on fraud charges for a scheme in which they obtained personal information to file false tax returns.
The case against the alleged killers of Border Patrol Agent
Brian Terry has disappeared from federal court records, apparently
sealed by a federal judge.