Tucson police say texting ban is too hard to enforce.
A 9-year-old girl was struck in the leg by gunfire.
The number of people who died in vehicle fatalities in Arizona last year increased slightly over 2012, but records showed significant increases in the number of pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists killed.
It appears motorists on West Ina Road have gotten used to the fact that they can’t make direct left turns onto North Oracle Road anymore.
PHOENIX — New drivers could lose their ability to operate a vehicle while chatting with or sending a message to their friends.
It might soon take a little longer to cover the same amount of ground along stretches of Valencia and Silverbell roads.
Drivers with a lead foot take note: 11 speed cameras in unincorporated areas of Pima County will stay on for at least the next week.
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild has a simple message for those crossing streets in cars, on bikes or in their shoes: Look twice, Tucson.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety recently announced its officers would be citing drivers for texting, encouraging them to go after inattentive motorists starting in January. This comes shortly after the growing problem of accidents caused by distracted drivers has come under intense scrutiny.
A record number of pedestrians have been killed in car crashes in the Tucson area this year.
The 7-year-old boy hit by a car Sunday evening while crossing a midtown street died Thursday, a police official said.
A traffic accident diverted traffic on Tucson's southeast side late Wednesday night.
A woman was killed Wednesday and another person was taken to a hospital following a fiery crash in midtown Tucson.
A 21-year-old man hit by a car on Tucson’s south side Monday died Thursday afternoon.
FLAGSTAFF — The former Cochise County sheriff had been traveling at 62 mph along a dirt and gravel road in northern Arizona when he lost control of his vehicle and died.
Tucson police have released the name of a pedestrian who was fatally hit by a vehicle Sept. 27.
WASHINGTON - More Arizonans were killed by guns in 2009 than in motor-vehicle incidents, evidence of the need for stricter gun laws, according to a report released last week.