Human skeletal remains possibly of a 77-year-old Tucson woman who was missing since November were found by Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Department deputies.
Salpointe Catholic’s boys soccer team will be playing with a heavy heart this week as it tries to win the Chris Maier Invitational for the fourth straight year.
A federal judge in Tucson has sentenced two tax preparers to prison for filing false tax returns.
Five people were arrested in separate weekend smuggling attempts involving local residents and Mexican nationals at the Nogales port of entry, authorities said.
With October right around the corner, the thought of the state playoffs is sure to be in the air this Friday night, the halfway point of the high school football season.
The 37-acre, 5-megawatt photovoltaic array will supply power to customers of UniSource Energy Services. The system, expected to provide enough power to supply about 1,500 homes, is expected to be turned on in the first quarter of 2014.
A new farm is going up along Interstate 19 near Rio Rico, but it's not raising cotton or even pecans.
Four migrants who entered the country illegally have been rescued after falling off a cliff, federal authorities in southern Arizona say.
This gun was found during a bust at a Rio Rico stash house on Wednesday.
Relatives arrested in custodial case
Two Mexican nationals were arrested Wednesday after law enforcement officers raided a drug stash house in Rio Rico, federal officials said.
A Southern Arizona produce distributor is working closely with the Food and Drug Administration to prevent further sale of salmonella-contaminated cucumbers, officials said Friday.
They hadn't yet dismounted from their horses after barrel racing Sunday when they started to make plans.
Rio Rico's Dylan Lunderville, 6, rides Butterscotch, a Shetland pony. "The barrels were bigger than her pony," said sister Taylor.
Peyton Lunderville, 8, competes in the junior barrel racing competition at Fiesta de los Vaqueros on Sunday. She is on student council at Mountain View Elementary School.
A rodeo family affair, from left: Melisa Lunderville, Dylan, Peyton, Taylor and Chad. The kids learned to ride by age 3. "They have their own junior rodeos at home, by themselves," Chad said. "They time each other and film each other."
Verizon Wireless will roll out its latest, fastest network in Sierra Vista, Benson, Douglas and Nogales on Thursday, as part of a nationwide expansion in more than 400 markets.