A husband and wife have been indicted on multiple charges of fraudulent schemes and theft from a Tucson-area school that serves career and technical education students, Attorney General Tom Horne announced today. The indictment names Melinda Carpio and Enrique Carpio.
The mortgage crisis that devastated the Arizona economy was made far worse because of misleading financial claims made by Standard & Poor’s, according to a lawsuit filed today, Attorney General Tom Horne said.
A self-styled Phoenix pastor and his wife who gained notoriety in 2012 for a well-publicized zoning battle involving the home-based location for their religious services, have been sentenced along with the man’s brother for offenses related to AHCCCS fraud, Attorney General Tom Horne announced today.
Attorney General Tom Horne today announced that his office, the Attorneys General of 44 other states and the District of Columbia have reached a $120 million multi-state settlement with Lender Processing Services, Inc. and its subsidiaries, LPS Default Solutions and DocX.
An EPA attempt to force Arizona utilities to spend up to $ 1 billion for supposed pollution control measures that would not affect health or be visible to the human eye is being challenged in federal court by Attorney General Tom Horne.
Two cases involving allegations of deceptive automobile advertising practices have been settled in court action, Attorney General Tom Horne announced today.
The state’s top prosecutor talks about his crackdown on the polygamist enclave of Colorado City.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is announcing the indictments of a Phoenix healthcare and church bookkeeper.
Colorado City Woman with Six Kids Flees FLDS with Aid of A.G. Horne and Mohave County Authorities...
A 26 year-old Colorado City woman who was compelled into marriage at the age of 14 by FLDS leader Warren Jeffs, and held against her will for more than 10 years has been granted temporary custody...