A judge banned an Arizona border activist charged with harboring immigrants from mentioning President Donald Trump during his retrial, which began on Nov. 12.
If you've ever driven to the Tucson area during the monsoon, you know that drive can be dangerous because of all the dust in the area. Next year, it should be better as ADOT is finishing up its dust detection and warning system.
Relatives of the nine Americans who were killed in Northern Mexico are still trying to understand the tragedy.
Six people were arrested for separate alleged attempts to smuggle 321 pounds of methamphetamine and marijuana through Arizona Ports of Entry over the weekend, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and one of the cases involved a cache of loaded weapons and ammunition.
After Arizona passed a law that required local police to check the immigration status of people suspected to be in the country illegally, the state's second-largest city wanted to send a message.
Voters in Tucson will decide Tuesday whether to make the liberal enclave Arizona's only sanctuary city in an effort to confront President Donald Trump's immigration policies and the state's tough laws cracking down on people in the country illegally.
The president of the University of Arizona plans to meet with a group of students after invoking Native American stereotypes in remarks to their class.
A group of University of Arizona students is demanding the school’s president apologize for remarks he made using Native American stereotypes.
Three buildings in downtown Tucson that were evacuated after a bomb threat have reopened.
Police in Tucson continue to search for the driver of a pickup truck involved in a fatal hit-and-run crash involving a pedestrian.
Prosecutors in the northern Mexico state of Sonora say a New York-based businessman has been freed after being kidnapped near Tucson, Arizona, a week ago and held for ransom across the border.
A man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for killing a Tucson woman the same day he was released after serving a sentence for a drug conviction.
A former employee of a federal prison in Tucson has been sentenced for soliciting a bribe three years ago.
The University of Arizona has announced it is changing its abbreviation from UA to UArizona in an effort to increase search engine optimization results for the college.
The cause of death is believed to be complications from dehydration. The woman is believed to have crossed the border illegally and was found by the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office on Oct. 13. The sheriff's office says the woman told a deputy she had been lost and hadn't eaten or drank anything in several days. She was covered in ants and could barely move on her own.
A Tucson tax preparer has pleaded guilty to preparing more than 40 false federal tax returns over a three-year span.
A Safford man has been sentenced to 35 years in a federal prison for taking a minor across state lines with intent to assault her.
Border Patrol officials say 30 immigrants have been found alive in a locked semitrailer in southern Arizona.
An error in a tax levy for a Tucson-area school district means it will receive $1.8 million less in property taxes this year.
A new report by an Arizona State University think tank questions whether Arizona can find enough water to replenish aquifers for pumping to new homes in fast-growing suburban areas without access to Colorado River water.