Tucson headlines: Man accused of killing Federico indicted; Mom indicted for making kids sick; Bank robbery ID; I-10 rollover; Car hits pedestrian

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- The man accused of firing the shot that killed Johnathan Federico is indicted on first degree murder among other charges.

Alvin Valenzuela is also charged with two counts of attempted first degree murder of two other people plus aggravated assault and firing a gun in a residence.

His arraignment is set for April 27.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- A Tucson mom is indicted on very serious charges after doctors accused her of causing illness in her own kids.

Blanca Montano, 21, now faces attempted murder and child abuse charges.

She took her daughter and son to UMC with flu symptoms that turned out to be E. coli and then they developed more infections.

Montano has been accused of contaminating her baby's IV while visiting her in the hospital, causing the child to get sicker.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- The Pima County sheriff's department needs your help in identifying a bank robbery suspect.

They say a man robbed the chase bank at Oracle Road and Rudasill. He reportedly handed the teller a note demanding money and left with an undisclosed amount of cash.

The suspect is described as 30 to 40-years old, about 5'7" and between 180 and 200 pounds.

If you have any information on the suspect, please call 911 or 88-CRIME.

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AVRA VALLEY, Ariz. -- Early Wednesday morning, a rollover on I-10 near the Pinal Airpark exit blocked traffic for a few hours.

Avra Valley and northwest fire units responded to a semi-trailer truck on its side, leaking diesel fuel onto the highway.

They were able to secure the leak and reopen I-10 in the late morning.

The driver was reported in stable condition, and recovering at UMC.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- Tuesday night, a car hit a pedestrian on the northeast side claiming the life of 45-year-old Richard Regnier.

Tucson Police say Regnier was crossing Fort Lowell Road near Fox Avenue around 8:30 Tuesday night, that part of the roadway is unlit.

The driver did not see Regnier crossing, and struck him.

Speed or alcohol is not considered a factor in the collision.

No citations were issued, but the investigation continues.