CASA GRANDE — A series of winter storms the last few days has brought snow to the mountains of northeast Pinal County and hail and rain to Casa Grande.
FLORENCE — State and local authorities are continuing a house-by-house search in the Florence area for two escaped inmates from Arizona State Prison Complex-Florence.
MARICOPA — One Maricopa man couldn’t stay away from Walmart this month, but not because of the deals.
CASA GRANDE — A Tucson man is facing drug charges after he was pulled over by Casa Grande Police on Interstate 10 and officers allegedly found 30,000 fentanyl pills and cocaine in the backseat.
MARICOPA — The city of Maricopa’s first vaccine clinic went off without a hitch Saturday, with more than 500 doses administered to community members in the 1B vaccination group.
CASA GRANDE — The city kicked off Stormwater Awareness Week by announcing a contest for the public to participate in.
MARICOPA — Local young people will have the opportunity to learn some new skills while benefiting their community.
ELOY — All high schools that decided to continue with winter sports are basically in the same boat when it comes to navigating the challenges of having a season during the COVID-19 pandemic.
MARICOPA — For the first time in 722 days, the girls basketball team at Sequoia Pathway has lost a game.
MARICOPA – The past two years Sequoia Pathway (0-1) has seen some success, with winning records and postseason berths. But this year the Pumas are making the transition from CAA to AIA and their first game in the new league did not go as well in a 76-50 loss Friday to Gilbert Classical Acade…
CASA GRANDE — Basketball games aren’t often won in the first quarter, but it may have been the most important quarter for the Vista Grande boys in their home opener against Poston Butte on Friday.
FLORENCE — In a home game Thursday night in which visiting American Leadership Academy-Ironwood struggled just to get within four baskets of the hosts, there was a surprise announcement halfway through the fourth quarter.
FLORENCE — After an awkward first half, the Gophers pulled it together and smoked visiting American Leadership Academy-Ironwood 47-17 Thursday night.
PAGE -- Increasingly bleak forecasts for the Colorado River have for the first time put into action elements of the 2019 Upper Basin drought contingency plan.
KINGMAN -- A tour bus that rolled over last week near the Grand Canyon, killing one person and injuring others, was operated by a Las Vegas company that offers tours guided by comedians, authorities said Monday.
DOUGLAS (AP) — Human remains have been found in the Peloncillo Mountains east of Douglas and about a mile from the New Mexico border, Cochise County Sheriff's officials said Monday.
MESA (AP) — Mesa police say they have arrested a man accused of forcing his way into several women's homes and physically assaulting one victim.
FLAGSTAFF — The precipitation from a series of winter storms in Flagstaff is more than the city had during last summer's monsoon season, and even more is coming, weather forecasters said.
San Antonio’s game in New Orleans was called off Monday night in the latest virus-related postponement for the NBA, one that came when the league determined that neither team would have enough…
GREEN BAY, Wis. — Aaron Rodgers said he's not sure what his future holds in Green Bay. That was all it took to raise concerns about the Packers' ability to contend in 2021 and beyond.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — As soon as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the NFC title game, Brian Pope went shopping for a Tom Brady jersey to wear when he watches them play in the Super Bowl.
NEW YORK — In 1963, Sidney Poitier made a film in Arizona, “Lilies of the Field.” The performance led to a huge milestone: He became the first Black winner of a lead-acting Oscar.
LOS ANGELES — Larry King, the suspenders-sporting everyman whose broadcast interviews with world leaders, movie stars and ordinary Joes helped define American conversation for a half-century, died Saturday. He was 87.
A full-throated, supremely confident Lady Gaga belted out the national anthem at President Joe Biden's inauguration in a very Gaga way — with flamboyance, fashion and passion.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — During the Trump administration’s final weeks, the Department of Homeland Security quietly signed agreements with at least four states that threaten to temporarily derail President Joe Biden’s efforts to undo his predecessor’s immigration policies.
Coronavirus deaths and cases per day in the U.S. dropped markedly over the past couple of weeks but are still running at alarmingly high levels, and the effort to snuff out COVID-19 is becoming an ever more urgent race between the vaccine and the mutating virus.
OMAHA, Neb. — A major winter storm threatened to blanket parts of the middle of the country with more than a foot of snow Monday, promising to disrupt travel and even forcing the closure of some coronavirus testing sites.
SEATTLE (AP) — Genetic genealogy helped identify the youngest known victim of Green River Killer Gary Ridgway — the Pacific Northwest serial killer who admitted killing dozens of women and girls — after her remains were found almost 37 years ago near a baseball field south of Seattle.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The latest in a series of storms left California mountains frosted in snow Monday, shutting down highway passes due to dangerous conditions.
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — Protesters set a large fire, damaged buildings and marched with signs late Sunday in response to a police car driving through a crowd in Washington state the day before, leaving at least two people injured.
PHOENIX — State lawmakers took the first steps Monday to trim the powers of the governor — this one and all successors — to enact and enforce unlimited emergency orders.
WASHINGTON — The Senate on Monday approved President Joe Biden’s nomination of Janet Yellen to be the nation’s 78th treasury secretary, making her the first woman to hold the job in the department’s 232-year history.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Monday appeared to boost his goal for coronavirus vaccinations in his first 100 days in office, suggesting that the nation could soon be vaccinating 1.5 million Americans on average per day.
WASHINGTON — The impeachment case against Donald Trump is heading to a historic Senate trial, but Republican senators are easing off their criticism of the former president and shunning calls to convict him over the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department’s inspector general is launching an investigation to examine whether any former or current department officials “engaged in an improper attempt” to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.
PHOENIX — Arizona Republicans are going to have to look for someone new — and with name recognition or access to cash — to run against Mark Kelly for U.S. Senate in 2022.
BRUSSELS — The European Union lashed out Monday at pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca, accusing it of failing to guarantee delivery of coronavirus vaccines without valid explanation, and threa…
GUATEMALA CITY (AP) — Relatives of migrants from Guatemala said Monday they believe that 13 of the 19 charred corpses found in a northern Mexico border state could be their loved ones and the …
ROME — Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte intends to offer his resignation on Tuesday, his office said Monday, a move seen as gamble that the embattled leader will get a fresh mandate from the pre…
MEXICO CITY — Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador worked from isolation Monday, a day after announcing that he had tested positive for COVID-19, and was absent from his daily news con…
BERLIN (AP) — Austrian authorities stopped a man at Vienna airport as he tried to smuggle 74 protected chameleons from Africa into the country.
NEW YORK — Declaring “God is on your side,” a Roman Catholic cardinal, an archbishop and six other U.S. bishops issued a statement Monday expressing support for LGBT youth and denouncing the bullying often directed at them.
RENO, Nev. — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused a rural Nevada church’s request to enter a legal battle over the government’s authority to limit the size of religious gatherings amid the COVID-19 pandemic — after the church won an appeals court ruling last month that found Nevada’s res…
VATICAN CITY — Ailing Pope Francis, who this week is making limited public appearances due to persistent pain, has drawn attention to the plight of homeless people in winter, including a Nigerian man who froze to death near the Vatican.