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The lessons of Staff Sgt. Robert Bales

Staff Sgt Robert Bales’ odyssey began just over 10 years ago when he joined the military in the immediate aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks... Read more»

Texas prison radio show is inmates' link to the outside world

On Friday nights, in prison cells across parts of Texas, a window opens to the outside world — a radio show for inmates that links inmates to family, friends and the world outside.... Read more»

Man gets 57 months for illegal entry

A 30-year-old Mexican man was sentenced to 57 months in prison Tuesday for illegal entry into the United States.... Read more»

Ex-Guatemalan soldier gets 6,060 years for '82 massacre

Former Guatemalan elite forces soldier Pedro Pimentel was sentenced to 6,060 years in prison this week for participating in a 1982 massacre that left 201 people dead.... Read more»

BP finds more than 1,400 lbs of abandoned pot

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents seized more than 1,400 pounds of marijuana in two incidents since Thursday.... Read more»

Sheriff's Dep't adds new helicopter to fleet

The Pima County Sheriff's Department has added a new helicopter to its air fleet to replace a helicopter lost in a crash in 2011 that killed its pilot and injured two others.... Read more»

CBP arrests man wanted for escape

A man wanted for escape by the Colorado Department of Corrections was arrested while trying to enter the United States on Wednesday at the DeConcini Port of Entry in Nogales.... Read more»

Democrats, advocates rail against rejection of school bullying law

A Democratic leader who authored a bill aimed at curbing bullying in Arizona schools said a conservative group’s lobbyist engineered the measure’s demise.... Read more»

Az may match all-time record for executions this year

Arizona may execute more people this year than it has in any year since 1999, matching an annual record since establishing capital punishment 102 years ago and bucking a national trend away from the death penalty.... Read more»1

Judicial nomination languishes nine months

Rosemary Marquez’s nomination to a judgeship on the backlogged U.S. District Court for Arizona has languished nine months without a hearing, even as other nominees have breezed to confirmation.... Read more»

Az federal courts still face ‘dire’ situation

Federal courts in Arizona are still in “dire circumstances” as an emergency declaration that was supposed to help judges keep pace with a crushing caseload is set to expire.... Read more»

Bill to require car booster seats takes first step in state Senate

A bill that would require children between the ages of 5 and 8 or who are shorter than 4 feet, 9 inches to ride in booster seats took its first step Wednesday in the state Senate.... Read more»

Lead-bullet ban could help California condors, group says

A new effort to get the federal government to ban lead-based ammunition used by big-game hunters is especially important for the dozens of California condors in Arizona and Utah.... Read more»

Man missing from group home found

A 67-year-old man who suffers from dementia and was reported missing from his West Side group home has been found and is in good health.... Read more»

BP agents apprehend 3 with sex-crime convictions

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended three Mexican nationals with sex-crime convictions in separate incidents since Tuesday.... Read more»

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