Police report says music was blaring from their car. It sped away through entertainment district downtown.
The EMT course is free and offered by Pima County JTED.
The Arizona Supreme Court ruling sets precedent.
Tucson ranks high in country for number of reported incidents involving aircraft.
Mna testifies agent kept hitting him, even after he asked him to stop.
The Tucson Police Foundation raised funds through its Adopt A Cop program.
But one sergeant's shove is found to be "inappropriate."
Large crowd gathered after UA men's basketball team lost in tournament.
Mexican officials deny the allegation.
Flood of illegal immigrants overwhelming border agencies
An undocumented immigrant who has been living in sanctuary with his wife and son at Southside Presbyterian Church since May 13 has received a stay in his deportation case.
Man shot by police
is in stable condition
Authorities are looking for an inmate who walked away Sunday from a minimum security camp in Tucson.
In the March 19 guest opinion (“Officer-involved shootings should require independent review”), Paul Gattone advocates for an independent civilian review of officer-involved shootings to determine whether the law-enforcement officers should be prosecuted. My office already provides that inde…
I hope that other readers are as disturbed as I was at reading the recent article about the number of law-enforcement shootings in Tucson and Pima County (“Most officer-involved shootings last year deemed OK,” March 9).
Some members of Congress are skeptical of a new border surveillance system being rolled out in Arizona, citing a lack of specific measurements for its success and the $1 billion already spent on the failed program it replaces.
Each year, more crime victims apply for immigration visas under a program designed to boost cooperation with law enforcement.
Border Patrol Chief Michael Fisher’s directive clarifying existing guidelines on use of force is yet another step in the agency’s slow march in the right direction. Unfortunately, this deliberate approach to policy change falls far short of the needed action to halt unnecessary killings by agents.
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.