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Lonnie Swartz is charged with voluntary manslaughter in cross-border shooting death.
Authorities said he made a profit of more than $130,000.
This is part 2 in a three-part series. Click the links below to read parts 1 and 3.
Vail School District Associate Superintendent John Carruth was selected to serve as Kathy Hoffman's chief of staff.
A vehicle crash on Interstate 19 at Ajo Way was restricting southbound travel, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
He says he put hidden cameras in the 13-year-old girl's bathroom to prove she was drinking.
Wide-ranging effort to transform school into premiere institution will costs billions over the next decade.
Annual child fatality review also shows accidental suffocation, suicides rising statewide.
Preparing 6,000 meals for the two events.
Party's plan is to set up a website for people to submit information about alleged "irregularities."
No structures have burned.
Find a final flush of autumn color along the Catalina Highway.
After 15 years, the organization's founder is looking to hand off her executive director duties to a new leader.
text Tucson weather: It's a beautiful Friday
Fri, 16 Nov 2018 08:00:00 -0700
Tucsonans get to end their work week with a lovely Friday as temperatures rise after a chilly week.
Incidents reported to the Pima County Sheriff’s Department and Tucson police.
"Treating Nogales as a war zone" is an outrage, U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva says in call for investigation.
Officials are alarmed by the sharp increase of e-cigarette use by youths.
Plus news on Sinema's first flip, Marquez Peterson's future, Pelosi's AZ votes.
Montana-based company was awarded contract to replace up to 32 miles of pedestrian fence.
text Deaths in Southern Arizona for Nov. 16
Thu, 15 Nov 2018 19:07:00 -0700
The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted.
Governor says there's no way his fellow Republican Steve Gaynor can win at this point.
Put your gloves away, Tucsonans. After some residual breeze this morning, those cold winds will be settling down today.
This is part 3 in a three-part series. Click the below links to read parts 1 and 2.
A University of Arizona student walking home from campus earlier this month was shoved from behind and pinned to the ground.