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Feds, Az Corrections settle sex harassment charges

The Arizona Department of Corrections will award a female correctional officer $182,500 to settle allegations of sexual harassment by her co-workers from 2005 to 2008, the Department of Justice announced.... Read more»

Napolitano visits Tucson Border Patrol, press not invited

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano met with Border Patrol agents in Tucson on Monday in a series of events to which the media were not invited.... Read more»1

Gila River man gets probation for embezzlement

A former Gila River council member was sentenced Thursday to five years probation,100 hours of community service and was ordered to pay $38,893 in restitution for embezzling from a tribal organization.... Read more»

Woman gets 3 years for illegal re-entry into U.S.

A 30-year-old Mexican woman was sentenced to three years in prison on Feb. 15 for illegally re-entering the United States.... Read more»

Az man gets nearly 22 years for drug trafficking

An Arizona man was sentenced to 21 years, 10 months in prison for his part in a drug trafficking cell that used tractor trailers to move heroin, marijuana and cocaine from Mexico for distribution across the United States.... Read more»

Bradley Manning defers making plea in court

Bradley Manning, the Army private facing life in prison for leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks, deferred making a plea at his arraignment at Fort Meade on Thursday.... Read more»

Hack exposes millions of porn site passwords

In one of the largest porn password heists in history, up to one million users’ email addresses and passwords from YouPorn were hacked and made accessible to the general public.... Read more»

Reduce risk of identity theft at Shred-A-Thon

In an effort to combat identity theft, the Pima County Sheriff’s Department and Arizona Verified Destruction will hold a “Shred-A-Thon” on Saturday where people can have personal documents shredded.... Read more»

Report: Tough laws don’t make illegal immigrants ‘self-deport’

Strong family ties, the cost of returning to their native countries and fewer economic opportunities back home have kept illegal immigrants in the U.S., despite strict immigration laws here, a new report claims. The report said tough laws like Arizona’s SB 1070 do not prompt illegal immigrants to “self-deport.”... Read more»5

Second suspect charged in Peterson killing

A second suspect has been arrested in connection with the killing of a 21-year-old Tucson man whose remains were found in the desert Jan. 13.... Read more»

15 arrested in heroin trafficking investigation

Fifteen people were arrested and more than 9 pounds of heroin were seized following a seven-month, multi-agency investigation into heroin trafficking in Tucson.... Read more»

Nogales teacher accused of drug smuggling

A Nogales, Ariz., teacher was arrested Tuesday after a DPS officer found more than 19 pounds of methamphetamine and 12 pounds of cocaine hidden in a false compartment of the car the man was driving.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Is Mexico a safe spring break destination?

Today on Buckmaster - John Lervold, Republican candidate for Congress in the special CD 8 primary, Keith Rosenblum talks about the safety of Mexico for spring-breakers, and an interview with U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva.... Read more»

Az man, America's Most Wanted, nabbed in Montreal

Steven Dyer, a regular on America’s Most Wanted, is back in police custody after a decade running from a dozen sexual abuse charges in Arizona.... Read more»

Tucson man indicted on mortgage fraud charges

A former Tucson loan officer has been indicted on fraud charges stemming from allegations he was involved in a “cash back” mortgage scam.... Read more»

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