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Rights Groups Want Contempt of Court for Border Patrol

Plaintiffs say the agency turned over corrupted video files that can not be viewed.

Oro Valley Drivers: Hands-Free Cell Phones Only

Keep the phone away from your ear while driving.

Tucson New Year's DUIs Jump Compared with Previous Year

Staffing issues meant there were fewer officers patrolling streets last year.

In Santa Cruz County, Go Online for Home Checks When Away

The program is meant to increase safety through the visibility of patrol cars.

Grant Helps Tucson Police Focus on Aggressive Drivers

Officers will watch motorists at eight selected intersections for violations.

Border Rights Group: Apprehension Methods Contribute to Migrant Deaths

The first of three investigative reports released by No More Deaths.

Foundation Works to Replace Police Bulletproof Vests

Bullet-resistant soft body armor needs to be replaced every five years, manufacturers say.

Tucson Police Adopting New Tool to Fight Opioid Overdose

Around 400 officers will carry Narcan in their first-aid kits.

Should Tucson Raise Sales Tax to Pay for Roads, Police, Fire?

Tucson City Council asks for feedback on the idea at Tuesday's council meeting.

Puerto PeƱasco's Plan to Make U.S. Tourists Feel Secure

Some tourists feel safe, others wary in the Mexican beach destination.

Napier Wins Pima County Sheriff's Race, Ousting Nanos

Indictment of Nanos' second-in-command one month before election hurt him.

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.

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