Stepfather gets 58 years. Mother gets 20.
One brother faces 5 years, and the other faces 2 years.
$42,000 given back after county attorney's office taken to court.
Defrauded customers out of more than $14,000, state's lawsuit alleges.
Gun buyers defrauded of more than $14,000 in 2015.
The Pima County Attorney's Office receives $622,000 to offer services in outlying towns.
Former University of Arizona coach Craig Carter, who has been accused of stalking and assaulting an athlete, has been ordered to stay away from the fields where he once led training.
Procedures included liposuction and breast augmentation, authorities said.
Former Tucsonan defrauded people of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Councilman originally charged with disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing.
Various roads in the downtown area will be closed on Sunday and Monday while crews stripe the roadways.
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Private jet-setters are the reason every Super Bowl comes with super-size air traffic. Officials expect more than 1,000 additional planes to descend on metropolitan Phoenix’s eight airports and beyond this week for the matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles as well as the Phoenix Open. Many of them will be carrying entertainers, sports figures and corporate VIPs who don’t have to deal with long security lines or cramped coach seats. Instead they’ll be sitting back eating filet mignon and imbibing. Even with the expected long line of airplane departures after the game and high airport fees, some say nothing beats the convenience.
Sonoran state officials are throwing cold water on a fast-moving $5.5 billion proposal to build a massive desalination plant in Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, and pipe much of the water 200 miles to Arizona.
In the South Dakota Senate, a group of far-right Republican lawmakers are looking to challenge the establishment by pushing for hardline stands on social issues. Most recently, one state senator was suspended, then reinstated and censured, after she allegedly harassed an aide because the aide had vaccinated her child. Senate leaders have called that situation a personnel issue and have said little about it. But it's a sign of growing tensions within the GOP. Nationally, the Republican Party has been plagued with similar strains of controversy.
Lawmakers are seeking to place a measure on the 2024 ballot that critics say could further hamstring Arizonans’ efforts to pass their own laws. Since it was ratified in 1912, Arizona’s Constitution has given citizens the right to put changes to state law and the constitution on the ballot, as long as they gather the […]
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For Star subscribers: Gun violence and homelessness are also on the rise, but violent crimes and property crimes decreased in 2022. Police Chief Chad Kasmar says he doesn't consider 2022 a success but remains optimistic about facing challenges ahead.
Police were answering a domestic disturbance call when they found the 60-year-old man unresponsive inside a house in midtown Tucson.
Agents probably didn’t expect the suspect to jump on his horse's back and giddy-up when they asked him to take the animal out of a trailer to be searched.
City officials are designing the future of mass-transit between the Tucson Mall and Tucson International Airport, and they're seeking community input on the plan so far.
They scrapped decades of precedent and set up a new process Thursday to confirm Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs' nominees.
Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels blamed the Biden administration for rising seizures of fentanyl, growing numbers of traffickers and increasing encounters with people-smugglers along the Arizona's border with Mexico.