PHOENIX — Senate Republican leaders are not going to subpoena Maricopa County supervisors, at least for the time being in the ongoing battle over information they want to conduct their audit o…
PHOENIX (AP) — A couple whose pickup truck was stolen fabricated a story about a baby being in the vehicle because they wanted police to respond rapidly to the reported theft, a Phoenix Police Department spokeswoman said.
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey is cutting off the $300 a week in extra federal jobless benefits in a bid to help the restaurant and hospitality industry find more people willing to work for what they are paying.
WASHINGTON — Many Latinos are forgoing COVID-19 shots because of concerns about losing work hours, getting a bill, and for some, immigration worries. That's according to a new poll that offers insights into how to raise vaccination rates among the nation's largest ethnic minority.
PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix school teacher has been arrested and accused of a long-term sexual relationship with one of his underage female students, according to federal authorities.
PHOENIX — The Arizona Supreme Court has tossed out a bid by 20 unnamed people seeking to void the 2020 election returns and put themselves into office instead.
PHOENIX — Three more national forests in Arizona have imposed campfire and smoking restrictions aimed at preventing human-caused wildfires like a large blaze now being fought by hundreds of firefighters supported by aircraft.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona State University officials say they're still trying to determine what caused construction materials on the roof of a new academic building to catch fire.
PHOENIX (AP) — A man suspected of being involved in three armed robberies in Phoenix over the past month has been arrested, according to police.
KINGMAN, Ariz. (AP) — About 500 homes in the unincorporated community of Golden Valley in northwestern Arizona have been without water for days due to a broken well, according to authorities.
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey on Tuesday signed controversial legislation that will allow some people to be removed from what until now has been the “permanent early voting list.”
A heat wave is expected to overtake parts of the Southwest this week, worsening already severe drought conditions and increasing the risk for wildfires.
PHOENIX — A group of largely unnamed individuals is asking the Arizona Supreme Court to void the 2018 and 2020 election returns, ranging from the governor and some legislators to sheriffs of Pima and Maricopa counties.
PHOENIX — Arizona voters will get to decide next year whether to let children who came to this country illegally attend state universities and community colleges without paying more tuition than other state residents.
PHOENIX — On the floor of Veterans Memorial Coliseum, where NBA stars like Charles Barkley and Michael Jordan once dunked basketballs and Hulk Hogan wrestled King Kong Bundy, 46 tables are arrayed in neat rows, each with a Lazy Susan in the middle.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — With rubble from an asteroid tucked inside, a NASA spacecraft fired its engines and began the long journey back to Earth on Monday, leaving the ancient space rock in its rearview mirror.
PHOENIX — Joshua Matthew Black said in a YouTube video that he was protecting the officer at the U.S. Capitol who had been pepper sprayed and fallen to the ground as the crowd rushed the building entrance on Jan. 6.
FLAGSTAFF — Pamela Pitts’ body was found burned beyond recognition in a pile of trash in 1988. Tips flooded in blaming a Satanic cult, a drug dealer, an ex-lover, an overdose at an Arizona party spot.
PHOENIX — A Chandler police officer killed when he was run over by a fleeing suspect was described Saturday as a caring man who served his community and his profession while showing compassion to those in need, including fellow officers coping with stress.
PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix police officer shot and wounded a man who had raised a gun toward the officer after earlier shooting at a different officer, the Police Department said Saturday.
FLAGSTAFF (AP) — It's nearly two years since a fire burned nearly 3.1 square miles (8.1 square kilometers) in hills north of Flagstaff but rows of concrete barriers and stacks of sandbags remain in place in neighborhoods along a wash.
CAMP VERDE (AP) — A scenic stretch of the Verde River popular for outdoor recreation in north-central Arizona will be closed to the public for the next two weeks while contractors round up and remove unauthorized or feral cattle.
PHOENIX — A woman who became a national figure after her father died of COVID-19 has teamed up with an Arizona congressman to urge increased efforts to bring more vaccine doses into Phoenix’s Latino neighborhoods.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — An Arizona man is facing charges in New Mexico after authorities found a cache of illicit drugs that included thousands of fentanyl pills while serving a search warrant.
WASHINGTON – It’s important to have boots on the ground when battling wildfires. And come July 1, the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management will be able to start putting 1,400 more boots on the ground.
PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Department of Public Safety says one of its troopers shot at a driver who allegedly tried to run over the trooper during a traffic stop in Phoenix.
FLAGSTAFF — A Washington state man is accused of defying federal regulations that limit the number of people who can hike rim-to-rim at Grand Canyon National Park.
SPRINGERVILLE (AP) — State and federal public land management agencies in Arizona are beginning to impose fire restrictions due to hot and dry weather conditions across the state and an increase in fire starts caused by people.
WHITERIVER – The COVID-19 pandemic hit Native Americans especially hard. But as the spotlight turned to larger communities, including the Navajo Nation, the White Mountain Apache Tribe quietly battled to save its 15,000 members.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona on Thursday reported 601 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases and seven more deaths as virus-related hospitalizations inched upward.
PHOENIX — When the pandemic passed the one-year mark, Lisa Phillips wasn't exactly eager to walk down memory lane. She had developed symptoms and quarantined with a suspected case of COVID-19 last spring, lost her mother to the disease in July and been hospitalized in November from what she …
KINGMAN -- A tour bus on its way to the Grand Canyon was speeding when it flipped on its side, killing one passenger while injuring dozens, according to an investigative report that stops short of drawing conclusions about the cause of the crash.
PHOENIX (AP) — A man has died after his car crashed into a tow truck and school bus that wasn’t carrying any children, Phoenix police said Wednesday.
FLAGSTAFF — More than 45,000 people are vying for one of a dozen spots to help thin a herd of bison at Grand Canyon National Park.
PHOENIX (AP) — Authorities in Arizona say they have arrested a former Border Patrol agent suspected in a string of rapes going back more than two decades.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona on Wednesday reported 742 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases and five more deaths as the state's rates of new cases and deaths moved in different directions.
PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona Supreme Court decision denies a request for a new sentencing for a death row inmate convicted of murdering five people, including two police informants and their relatives.
BUCKEYE (AP) — A man suspected of driving while intoxicated and crashing into a Buckeye police sergeant’s cruiser last weekend has been arrested, according to police.