The 89-year-old's death ruled a homicide.
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The bicyclist suffered minor injuries.
Avra Valley Road was closed for several hours.
An arrest has been made in charges unrelated to the shooting.
Tucson police arrested a 22-year-old man suspected of trying to abduct a 15-year-old girl Sunday.
A woman who died after her car crashed through a guardrail on Tucson’s southwest side Sunday morning has been identified at Minnie Richardson.
Gargoyle, goat-man, horned demon — whatever the disguise, it wasn’t as scary as the knife that was wielded by a masked man who attempted to robbed a woman at a northside ATM last week.
KVOA chief meteorologist Rob Guarino was arrested on suspicion of DUI early today.
A woman was found dead in a desert area just south of the Foothills Mall Wednesday.
A 19-year-old UA student who crashed on his motorcycle on Mount Lemmon and died Friday was identified as Spencer Repp, an official said.
The tenth, and likely last, arrest has been made in connection with a brawl last month outside the Outlaw Saloon.
A 22-year-old man was killed in a hit-and-run in the community of Catalina Tuesday morning, authorities said. A suspect was arrested in the case.
A woman who was "heavily intoxicated" was hit by a vehicle as she tried to cross a roadway on Tucson's northwest side, authorities said.
A ninth suspect was arrested Thursday in an assault on three people outside a north-side bar last month.
A Pueblo Magnet High School student was arrested on campus Tuesday in connection with a fatal shooting of a man Sunday.
Deputies with the Pima County Sheriff’s Department are looking for a man in connection to a home burglary on Tucson’s northwest side.
An arrest has been made in the assault of three people outside the Outlaw Saloon on Feb. 17, the sheriff’s department said Friday.
The sonic boom over Tucson that rattled windows and nerves Wednesday night was caused by a fighter jet that broke the sound barrier while training in the desert west of the city, officials said.
Tucsonans flooded social media sites Wednesday night speculating on what caused a loud boom heard — and felt — over a chunk of the city.