With Memorial day weekend a few days away the Governor's Office of Highway Safety and Department of Public Safety officials reminding the public to slow down.
Pima County is working to reduce the number of people in their jail. Last month, they launched the Behavioral Health Specialty Caseload aimed connecting people arrested with services. Now
Pima County is working to reduce the number of people in jail by connecting them with services.
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Two local savvy shoppers said they've saved serious cash over the last few years by saving their store receipts and using certain apps.
Authorities had been dealing with a barricaded subject at a home on the west side of Tucson Wednesday afternoon.
A parent's love knows no bounds. But what happens when you truly believe your child is going to harm himself or someone else? One family tells News 4 they made a heartbreaking decision about their son with autism, all because they felt they had no other options.
With Britain's terrorism threat level at "critical," meaning a new attack may be imminent, police are racing to uncover the network around the suicide bomber.
Police say the boyfriend abused the girl over time, and her mother was complacent and did not intervene or seek medical help.
A criminal complaint says a 27-year-old man grabbed a little girl by the wrists and took her down the street.
16-year-old Raven Little-White died in August, after a boating accident on Lake Waccamaw. The medical examiner’s report lists “drowning” as the probable cause of death, but a toxicology report that came back later revealed Raven had actually succumbed to carbon monoxide poisoning.
Two days after the deadly attack at a concert in Manchester, England, a Baton Rouge woman who was at the concert is recounting the events of the tragic night.
A Newport teacher has been suspended after taking a stand and speaking out about bullying she said she's witnessed at her school.
Following his resignation Tuesday afternoon, the principal of Kirbyville High School walked out his truck, where he apparently shot and killed himself, according to police.
Two photos showing high school students in what appears to be "black face" generated hundreds of shares on Facebook this week sparked outrage and prompted Gardendale's High School principal to issue a statement that the school was looking into it.
Molly Sullivan’s mother, Karen Sullivan, battled cancer for six years. The family, medical team and school officials wanted to make sure Karen got to see Molly graduate.