Two Sierra Vista-area girls — a 14-year-old and her 5-year-old cousin — reported missing early Wednesday have been found safe, officials say.
PHOENIX - State lawmakers will get another chance to decide if parents who don't report their children as missing should be charged as criminals.
Woman dies in fire on southeast side
Children's T-shirts, jumpers, dresses and sports jerseys - some so tiny they could be mistaken for doll clothes - hung from a clothesline in the low-ceilinged conference room of a downtown office building Friday evening.
The image of James Hendrickson, who has been missing since June 12, 1991, is projected on a wall as his sister, Tammy Tacho, struggles to talk about the turmoil the family has endured since his disappearance.
Jimmy Hendrickson Age progression image of what he might look like today at age 33. Photo courtesy of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Officer Rudy Dominguez takes a turn digging after Officer Kory Fuller, left, discovered a suspicious hole near Swan and Golf Links roads. The Tucson Police Department's Urban Rapid Response Team was combing the wash working its way west from Swan.
Officers search in the brush and trees around Swan and Golf Links roads for any evidence in the abduction of Isabel Celis.
Police and deputies spent several hours Tuesday searching the desert north of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base for anything of "evidentiary value" related to the Isabel Celis case.
Isabel Celis was reported missing from her midtown home on April 21.
PHOENIX - Arizona will not get its own version of "Caylee's Law," at least not this year, because of a fight over who gets to run the police force in the polygamous community of Colorado City.
The father of Tucson's missing girl made a public plea Wednesday for "the person or persons who has Isabel" to "tell us your demands."
Daniel Cadena, his mother, Angela Sanchez, left, and his aunt Areliz Sanchez attend a brief candlelight vigil at Freedom Park for Isabel Celis. The vigil Tuesday followed a baseball game by Isabel's team, the Diamondbacks.
8:15 p.m. — The FBI behavioral analysts helping in the case of missing 6-year-old Isabel Mercedes Celis will start Thursday to review the interviews already conducted by Tucson police, police said in a news briefing tonight.