RANDOLPH — As the Salt River Project prepares to go before the Arizona Corporation Commission next month to expand its nearby plant, Randolph residents have started to voice their opposition t…
MARICOPA — After a slower year for most types of crime in 2020, numbers started ticking back up to normal in 2021, though the Maricopa Police Department sees plenty of positive trends in that data.
FLORENCE – Pinal County citizens are invited to learn the criminal prosecution process at the County Attorney Citizens Academy. A February session is already full, but the office will soon post details and will be accepting applicants for its next class, likely in May.
FLORENCE — Pinal County officials are considering creating a $100,000 contingency fund to reimburse the Sheriff’s Office for overtime, travel and other expenses related to protecting Arizona’s southern border, if called upon to do so.
FLORENCE — A school board member urged parents and community members to call their legislators and urge them to lift the spending cap that keeps Arizona public schools the lowest-funded in the country.
ELOY — Diane Wright has dedicated a majority of her life to serving others. The oldest of five siblings, she always found herself being the one to take care of others and making sure they were in good health. To her, a career in nursing made perfect sense.
CASA GRANDE — While it is still pending approval from the Tempe Union High School District, it appears that Casa Grande Union football coach Jake Barro will leave the freshly crowned Cougars for Corona del Sol.
CASA GRANDE — The Casa Grande Union Cougars had their hands full Tuesday night, as they went head-to-head against Tucson Flowing Wells.
SAN TAN VALLEY — The battle for San Tan Valley added another chapter in its history Friday night, this time on the basketball court as the Combs Coyotes hosted their cross-town rival Poston Butte. Both teams battled hard, exchanging leads and playing a tough, gritty style, but it was the Bro…
SAN TAN VALLEY — The Battle of Gantzel between Poston Butte and Combs has certainly lived up to its name when it comes to girls basketball; and in the latest installment on Friday night, the Broncos walked away with the 60-54 win — but they had to go into overtime to get it.
SIGNAL PEAK – Racking up a fourth straight Arizona Community College Athletic Conference victory was tougher than anticipated for the Central Arizona College men’s basketball team.
BUCKEYE (AP) — Police in the Phoenix suburb of Buckeye said the death of a 3-year-old boy at a home was due to a medical issue.
PHOENIX – Arizonans who have had COVID-19 shouldn’t count on immunity from the highly contagious omicron variant, which continues to spread in the state, a leading health expert said Wednesday.
TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, N.M. (AP) — The Thunderbirds, the U.S. Air Force's aerial demonstration squadron, have begun a month-long training trip to New Mexico and Arizona in preparation for their 2022 show season.
PHOENIX (AP) — A man was found fatally shot in a Phoenix motel and police said they were investigating the case as a homicide.
FLAGSTAFF — An Air Force airman will spend the rest of his life in prison for kidnapping a Mennonite woman from northwestern New Mexico, fatally shooting her and leaving her body in the freezing cold in a forest clearing hundreds of miles away.
NEWARK, N.J. — Lawson Crouse scored a goal and added an assist, and Karel Vejmelka made 35 saves to help lead the Arizona Coyotes to a 4-1 win over the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday night.
Arizona Wildcats (14-1, 4-0 Pac-12) at Stanford Cardinal (10-5, 3-2 Pac-12)
The two-month, slow-motion collapse of the Arizona Cardinals will no doubt cause some soul searching and tough questions in the coming days, weeks and months for the franchise.
CASA GRANDE — When the group Under Gladys takes the stage at the upcoming Casa Grande Street Fair, they hope to put on a show that inspires audiences to kick up their heels, dance and have a great time.
CASA GRANDE — Casa Grande Main Street’s Street Fair and Car Show runs Saturday and Sunday downtown and organizers say they are excited to see the popular event return.
CASA GRANDE — Neon is the latest trend hitting the downtown Casa Grande fashion scene. On Friday, the Casa Grande Main Street organization held its first “Downtown After Dark” event of the year: a creative showcase of outfits inspired by the Neon Sign Park.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A Native American tribe has agreed to lease more of its water to help address dwindling supplies in the Colorado River Basin, officials announced Thursday.
HUNTINGTON, WV. -- A reporter was struck by a car during a live TV broadcast in West Virginia Wednesday before she stood up, brushed it off and managed to finish her report, video shows.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Authorities arrested a 31-year-old man Wednesday in connection with the slaying of a woman while she worked at a Los Angeles furniture store last week.
FLAGSTAFF — Emergency management officials on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota have a new building, but they have been operating out of an old jail that's set to be torn down.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The widow and two sisters of a U.S. Marine killed in Afghanistan are suing Alec Baldwin, alleging the actor exposed them to a flood of social media hatred by claiming on Instagram that one sister was an “insurrectionist” for attending former President Donald Trump's Washingt…
WASHINGTON — A fourth worker at a federal women’s prison in California has been charged with sexually abusing an inmate. His arrest comes months after the prison's warden was arrested on similar charges.
PHOENIX -- Rejecting pleas from parents of transgender children, a Senate panel voted Thursday to limit their participation in public private school sports to the biological sex of their birth.
PHOENIX -- Republican Gov. Doug Ducey lauded Democratic U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema for refusing to support a change to the Senate’s filibuster rules in order to pass a voting rights package.
WASHINGTON – Mayors of Tucson and Mesa agreed Wednesday that immigration reform is badly needed to address the current situation at the border, but they are not confident it can get done in the current fractured political climate.
WASHINGTON — Voting legislation that Democrats and civil rights leaders say is vital to protecting democracy collapsed when two senators refused to join their own party in changing Senate rules to overcome a Republican filibuster after a raw, emotional debate.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden acknowledged Wednesday that the pandemic has left Americans exhausted and demoralized but insisted at a news conference marking his first year in office that he has “outperformed” expectations in dealing with it.
MONROVIA, Liberia — At least 29 people in Liberia, including 11 children and a pregnant woman, have died in a stampede of worshippers at a Christian ceremony in a densely populated area of the…
WELLINGTON, New Zealand — The first flights carrying fresh water and other aid to Tonga finally arrived Thursday after the Pacific nation’s main airport runway was cleared of ash left by a hug…
MOSCOW — Russia accused the West on Thursday of plotting “provocations” in Ukraine and disguising its alleged intentions by fomenting concerns about Moscow planning aggressive military action …
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon has declassified and publicly released video footage of a U.S. drone strike in Kabul that killed 10 civilians in the final hours of a chaotic American withdrawal…
SYDNEY — Three of Tonga's smaller islands suffered serious damage from tsunami waves, officials and the Red Cross said Wednesday, as a wider picture begins to emerge of the destruction caused …
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis issued a plea on behalf of prison inmates Wednesday, saying they should never be deprived of hope and always be given the opportunity to redeem themselves.
ROME — Pope Francis has long lamented that he can't walk around town unnoticed like he used to before becoming pope. But he seems to have nevertheless kept his sense of humor after he was caught on camera making an unannounced visit to a Rome record shop this week.
LUCKNOW, India — Tens of thousands of devout Hindus, led by heads of monasteries and ash-smeared ascetics, took a holy dip into the frigid waters of the Ganges River in northern India on Friday despite rising COVID-19 infections in the country.