According to the Pima County Sheriff's Department, the suspects took multiple bottles of liquor from a cabinet, and shoved the bottles into their clothes and a purse in the Aug. 16 incident.
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According to police, the incident happened at North Alvernon Way and East Pima Street and the victim may have suffered serious injuries. Drivers should avoid the area.
The Consulate of Mexico in Tucson is helping residents connect with Mexico City relatives after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake rocked the area. People across the U.S. are reaching out to their local consulates to connect with their loved ones in Mexico City.
A baby was rushed to the hospital after being run over in the midst of an argument between his/her parents.
For the first time since Michelle Chalk’s Aug. 1 death, the teen’s parents are speaking out about their little girl and the tragic incident that took her life.
The mother of a suspected armed robber threatened to sue a good Samaritan because she thinks he beat her son up too severely in subduing him.
A larger than life cat whose photo by a Florida humane society went viral has been adopted by a South Carolina family.
Arkansas State Police say a former Marked Tree teacher brought several students to her home in Jonesboro for sex, including two in the same night.
The boy’s parents say their son was just playing around, and they want the suspension removed from his permanent record.
The earthquake struck on the 32nd anniversary of a 1985 temblor that killed thousands and came just two hours after earthquake drills were held across Mexico to mark the date.
A couple of Navy hospital corpsmen are facing military justice after inappropriate social media posts involving newborns.
A Texas jury has found Jason Lowe guilty of murder in the 2016 death of his girlfriend and Pascagoula native Jessie Bardwell, according to reports from The Dallas Morning News.
A harmless looking tree is wrecking Mississippi eco-systems, and the Mississippi Forestry Commission is trying to stop the invasive species from spreading any further in the state.