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‘Fingerprint Your Car’ in Nogales on Friday

Locals can have their vehicle’s identification number (VIN) etched into its window glass, tailgate and chrome pieces during a free event on Friday, April 26 at the Wal-Mart parking lot in Nogales.


Study says Santa Cruz County residents are state’s longest-living

On Wednesday afternoon, 88-year-old Ubaldina Diaz was playing cards with her friends at the Senior Citizen Center on Madison Street in Nogales. Across the room, comfortably seated on couches near a TV playing “The Verdict with Judge Hatchett,” were Pete Estrada, 82, and Guadalupe Reyes, 83.


City still moving forward with phone ban after state law takes effect

State lawmakers might have beaten Nogales to the punch in banning handheld phone use while driving, but the city council still plans to move ahead with a similar local measure.


Nogales community remember Nogales Police Officer Jesus Cordova

TUCSON, Ariz. - April 27 marks one year since Nogales Police Department Jesus M. Cordova was killed. The officer was killed in the line of duty while investigating a carjacking.


Broken locks at Arizona prison lead to inmate's serious assault, death

On June 6, 2018, inmates should have been locked in their cells in the Morey Unit at Arizona’s Lewis Prison outside Buckeye. The ABC15 Investigators expose leaked surveillance videos and documents from inside Lewis Prison. Experts call it of the most chaotic and dangerous environments they've ever s


Grand Canyon deaths: After latest fatal fall, tourists still drawn to the edge

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — Victoria Gizhyrova stood on inches-thin rock ledges, grasping the top of a South Rim cliff with one arm. Her friend, Pat Shearer, 56, reached out and pulled on her arm.


Arizona employment: Drug test cheating on the rise

Countless jobs now require drug screening to get hired. That explains why there are so many products for sale and other methods that claim to "game" drug tests.


Arizona utility finally comes clean about political spending

PHOENIX (AP) - Facing what it saw as a threat to its monopoly from a surging rooftop solar industry, Arizona’s largest utility secretly funneled millions of dollars to back favored candidates for the state commission regulating it.


Feds seize nearly $2.1M in marijuana at Mariposa port

Port officers in Nogales discovered more than two tons of marijuana hidden a shipment of rolled sheet metal last weekend. According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, officers at the Mariposa Port of Entry referred a 45-year-old Mexican man for additional inspection of the tractor-trailer he was


Nogales boys tennis opens tournament with 5-0 victory

The Nogales High School boys tennis team swept the Higley High School Knights of Gilbert 5-0 in their first-round Division II state tournament game at NHS on Wednesday. Still, it was no cakewalk for the Apaches, coach Rudy Molera insisted.


Arizona Wildlife Sanctuary Founder Mauled By His Own Tiger

The founder and director of an Arizona nature park received multiple injuries when he was attacked by one of the sanctuary’s Bengal tigers on Monday. Jonathan Kraft, founder and executive director of the Keepers of the Wild nature park, was injured during an incident involving Bowie, an 11-year-old


Apaches to host baseball tournament game on Saturday

The No. 1-seeded Nogales Apaches will host a first-round 5A Conference baseball tournament game this weekend as they seek their third-consecutive state championship. Nogales (14-2 regular season, 22-4 overall) hosts a familiar foe in No. 16 Sunnyside of Tucson (9-9 regular season, 14-11 overall) sta