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Missing Migrant Program Summit brings awareness to risk of migrant deaths

Officials from local, national and non-governmental agencies came together to exchange ideas.

Tucson Police Department chosen for National Public Safety Partnership

The U.S. Department of Justice program will last for three years.

The Buzz: UA students talk about the events leading to their professor's death

Three students detail months of harassment and threats that were reported, but they feel received inadequate response.

Man who threatened school principal over Covid-19 protocols found guilty

Kelly Walker forced his way into the school and said he was there to "arrest" the principal

Grand jury indicts suspect in UA shooting with seven felony charges

Charges range from one count of first degree murder to three counts of endangerment.

Fact Check Arizona: Ep. 3 The Border in the Governor's Race

Lake and Hobbs' plans for border security and immigration vary widely.

The Buzz: Gun violence in Tucson

A look at a recent University of Arizona campus shooting, a new TPD unit, and gun buybacks.

Court documents reveal suspect in UA shooting was banned from university

46-year-old Murad Dervish had been expelled and barred from the University of Arizona in February 2022.

Charges filed after killing of UA professor

Former UA student Murad Dervish has been charged with first degree murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

ASU study finds that 1 in 4 Arizona suicides involved intimate partner problems

Data was collected over five years through law enforcement reports, medical examiner reports and death certificates.

Tucson receives $2 million grant to reduce gun violence

Funding comes from a $100 million investment from the U.S. Department of Justice to help communities across the country combat gun violence.

As it recruits, Tucson Police look to diversify its force

A recent event showcases effort to double the number of female officers by 2030.

The Buzz: Law enforcement recruiting and shortages in Southern Arizona

How are law enforcement agencies being hit by a shortage of staff and what are they doing to fill open positions with diverse staff?

Federal judge blocks Arizona law limiting filming of police

U.S. District Judge John Tuchi agreed with the American Civil Liberties Union and multiple media organizations that the law appeared to violate the First Amendment.

Former Tucson police officer charged with manslaughter in November shooting

Tucson Police Department fired Ryan Remington after the shooting.

University of Arizona Police arrest armed man on campus

22-year-old suspect evaded officers for less than an hour.

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