State Rep. David Stevens pitches legislation to prohibit ticket quotas.
The task force was created after recent clashes between the public and police.
Board insists students not be asked about their citizenship.
It's an "expectation" that has made Tucson safer, says TPD chief.
Councilwoman Romero accuses the police chief of defying council orders.
They rank near the bottom in base salary but find money elsewhere.
Tucson spent nearly $5 million buying back unused sick days from police officers and firefighters the past two years — and shelled out another $2 million in what the city attorney now says were illegal pension contributions for those unworked days.
After hearing Tuesday about proposed city job cuts and other budget reductions, Tucson City Council members were mostly concerned some of the changes could diminish police, fire and park services.
Tucson police officers got new orders from the City Council on how to enforce SB 1070.
Gifts from Santa Claus, Valentine's Day presents and an Easter basket are some of the items sitting in the bedroom of 7-year-old Isabel Celis, marking some of the events she's missed with her family in the year since she was taken from her midtown home.
A Tucson Police Department veteran was shot in the head near Broadway and Alvernon early today.
Police agencies in Arizona have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars training officers to enforce the state's 2010 immigration law.
PHOENIX - Attorneys for the state asked a federal judge late Friday to reject a new bid to block a key provision of SB 1070 from taking effect.
PHOENIX -- Civil and immigrant rights groups asked a federal judge late Tuesday to block SB 1070 from taking effect despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last month siding with the state.
Striking back swiftly and strongly to the Supreme Court's decision to uphold a key provision of Arizona's immigration enforcement law, Homeland Security said it will not send its officers to pick up any suspected illegal immigrant snared by local police in Arizona unless the person meets the…
Police agencies that would enforce the most controversial part of Arizona's 2010 immigration law are expected to get squeezed by legal challenges if the U.S. Supreme Court upholds the law in the coming days.