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Republican Napier Ousts Nanos in Pima Sheriff's Race

Indictment of Nanos' chief deputy one month before election may have led to his demise.

Officers Taking a Tougher Tack on Risky Highway Driving

DPS will watch for cars and trucks violating rules in areas with higher commercial truck traffic.

For Border Apprehensions, 'Who' Overshadows 'How Many'

DHS says poverty, violence are factors in rising apprehensions of Central Americans.

Update on Indicted Pima County Sheriff's Chief Deputy

Plus, Broadway buildings threatened; Steward Observatory at centennial.

Lawmaker Wants Sanctions if Tucson Destroys Seized Guns

A 2013 law bars cities from the practice and newer law provides for financial penalties.

Ex-Chief Deputy Faces Charges in $500,000 Theft, Conspiracy

Federal indictment accuses him of stealing anti-crime money over four years.

Nerves Followed by Relief at Night Court in Pima County

Within a half hour, 150 people had warrants cleared, legal issues resolved.

Maricopa Sheriff Arpaio Faces Criminal Contempt of Court

Case began when judge found Arpaio disobeyed an order to stop making immigration arrests.

Indictment of Chief Deputy Upends Pima Sheriff's Race

No comment from incumbent Nanos; challenger Napier says 'healing' needed.

Pima Sheriff's Chief Deputy Indicted over Money Misuse

Second in command Chris Radtke resigns after federal grand jury action, sheriff says.

Sheriff's Race: Candidates Push Contrasting Messages

Whoever wins will need to deal with the problem of Pima County's jail population.

Pima County Public Safety: County Attorney, Sheriff Races

LaWall seeks sixth term as county attorney against Green Party's Tuell.

Pima County Attorney Race Foes Mostly Agree on Issues

Lowering crime, cyclist and pedestrian safety, and outside duties of the office are topics of debate.

US Targeting Mexico's Cartel Scouts in Arizona Desert

Prosecutors have brought cases against about 80 scouts in the Tucson Sector since 2014.

US Money to Boost Santa Cruz County Public-Safety Radio

Law enforcement and fire agencies encounter 'dead spots' in 80% of service area.

Court: Phoenix Can Pay Its Police for Union Work

Goldwater Institute calls the Arizona Supreme Court ruling a loss for taxpayers.

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