Was found living here with her five children.
Child suffered what doctors determined to be nonaccidental injuries; no charges ever filed.
Prison-diversion program could be in jeopardy, and that worries those in Tucson's criminal-justice system.
Cannot work in law enforcement without license.
Dr. David A. Ruben can't practice medicine.
Request comes less than two months after a former department official was convicted of theft of federal funds.
She tells judge: "I've learned my lesson the hard way."
She was fired following the dismissal of a DUI case for prosecutorial misconduct.
Sheriff Napier said he is working to bring OT costs down to budgeted levels.
“We’re trying to be the best we can be,” said Libby Wright, who previously ran The Giving Tree in Tucson.
$5 million action says jail, corrections chief were negligent in picking cellmate.
Flake says AHCA isn't what he'll be voting on.
Reports detail what stepfather said, did after girl was reported missing.
Target shooting is illegal at the site where the fire began.
Rapid implementation of the law puts them in a tough spot.
Costs could dramatically increase under Trump administration's immigration enforcement plan.
Officials say it doesn't appear there was any criminal intent by students in buying the guns.
A fifth former cop is also facing loss of credentials.
The governor-appointed Industrial Commission of Arizona has 30 days to respond to the findings, prompted in part by a Star investigation.
Attorneys for operators of "By Spanish" argues that charges are excessive, unwarranted.
New rules aim to protect students, taxpayers
Authorities mostly keep mum on the blaze's origin as federal investigation proceeds.
Christopher Radtke avoids jail but must do community service and not work in law enforcement.
Records revealed that Tucson police are rarely suspended for excessive force complaints.