PHOENIX (AP) — High rates of COVID-19 transmission across all Arizona counties means that a new evictions moratorium issued by President Joe Biden effectively applies to the entire state.
TEMPE -- If three is a crowd, four is likely to be a bit overwhelming at times. Fraternal quadruplets Felipe, Jeremias, Matheus and Victor de Castro Lopes Francisco would probably agree. Growing up, the brothers had their share of sibling squabbles — on and off the soccer field.
PHOENIX (AP) — Tucson's largest school district and two more Phoenix districts have approved mask-wearing mandates to curb the spread of COVID-19 despite a recently enacted state law barring school districts from requiring mask-wearing.
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. -- When it comes to climate change, not all organisms will lose out. A new Cal Poly Tech study finds that rattlesnakes are likely to benefit from a warming climate.
PAGE (AP) — Authorities are investigating the death of a Kentucky woman who was caught in a flash flood in a canyon near the Arizona-Utah border.
PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix science teacher is asking a judge to put a halt to a districtwide mask mandate, which goes against a new state law, district officials said Tuesday.
PHOENIX (AP) — Extreme triple digit heat is back in central and southern Arizona after a wet monsoon season that briefly cooled summer temperatures down into the 80s last month.
YUMA — Border Patrol agents responding to a 911 call early Sunday morning rescued three migrants in distress but found another dead, authorities said.
PHOENIX – After a brief period of decline, COVID-19 cases are back on the rise in the United States and experts say the delta variant, now deemed to be as contagious as the chickenpox, is to blame.
This week Rep. Tom O’Halleran asked Agriculture Secretary Tom tour fire operations in Arizona, hoping to help shift the conversation from fire fighting to fire prevention.
PHOENIX (AP) — After two consecutive days of reporting over 2,000 new COVID-19 cases, Arizona health officials reported 1,846 cases Monday.
SEATTLE -- The weather pattern is set to change multiple times across the Northwest during the first week of August, bringing some opportunities for rain, but also threatening more bad news for the wildfires in the area.
SCOTTSDALE (AP) — More than 500 seniors who live in a mobile home park near Scottsdale on the Salt River-Pima Maricopa Indian Community will have to find a new place to live when the park shuts down in 2026.
TUCSON (AP) — The first flashes appeared as the sky grew dark behind a thick stand of cottonwood trees at Las Cienegas National Conservation Area.
PHOENIX -- Already the 2021 North American monsoon season has gotten off to a tumultuous start. Not only has it been the busiest start to the season in years, the monsoon thunderstorms and their resultant flash flooding have turned deadly across the American Southwest.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona on Saturday reported over 2,000 additional confirmed COVID-19 infections for the first time in nearly five months amid a continuing increase in the state's rolling average of new cases and more virus-related hospitalizations.
TUCSON -- A team of University of Arizona researchers set out to understand how climate change might affect Department of Defense facilities and activities across the globe, and what actions the department can take to both respond to climate-related threats and reduce its own contributions t…
PHOENIX (AP) — A woman who disappeared after she went hiking in the Camelback Mountain area in Scottsdale was found dead hours after a companion who became separated from her reported her missing Friday afternoon.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) — Las Vegas police have opened a homicide investigation into the death of a man who was found unresponsive on the floor of a Laughlin casino after a fight early Friday.
RIO RICO (AP) — Authorities say a teenage boy died but another one was rescued after rushing water swept them both away in a canyon near Rio Rico.
PHOENIX (AP) -- The Phoenix Union High School District, one of the largest in metro Phoenix, announced an indoor mask mandate will be in effect when school starts Monday — regardless of vaccination status.
PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona Supreme Court decision says medical malpractice lawsuits involving unclear causes of death or other injury can't proceed without sufficient expert witness testimony providing guidance for jurors.
TUCSON (AP) — A 20-year-old Tucson emergency medical technician who was critically wounded by a gunman in a shooting rampage last week has died, his employer said Friday.
MARANA -- Pima County officials are warning the public not to approach the site of a recent landslide that knocked down or destroyed numerous saguaro cacti in Tucson Mountain Park.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona reported 1,965 new COVID-19 cases Friday, the most in a single day since early March, as virus-related hospitalizations continued to climb.
PHOENIX — A man charged with sexually attacking and fatally stabbing two young women in the early 1990s as they rode bikes near a canal system in Phoenix plans to mount an insanity defense at his upcoming trial.
PHOENIX – Arizona has recorded more than 6,800 cases of Valley fever so far this year, according to July data from the Arizona Department of Health Services. Cases have steadily climbed every year since 2016, with the state reporting more than 11,400 cases last year.
PHOENIX — When Arizona voters approved Proposition 207 last fall legalizing recreational marijuana, a provision in the law allowed expungement of marijuana offenses from criminal records.
TUCSON (AP) — The Pima County attorney’s office has declined to charge a man involved in a fatal shooting stemming from a road rage incident five months ago.
CASA GRANDE — Drought conditions still exist across Arizona but recent monsoon rain has had a significant impact for the better.
PHOENIX — A stretch of eastbound Interstate 10 in the East Valley will be closed this weekend as crews continue removing rubberized asphalt from the road surface and setting up work zones as part of the I-10 Broadway Curve Improvement Project.
PHOENIX (AP) — A feared mass exodus of Arizona teachers didn't happen during the pandemic's first year, but there were noticeable changes in the workforce, a state study reports.
PHOENIX – As schools begin to open for the fall semester, the state’s top education official is frustrated by Gov. Doug Ducey’s refusal to impose a mask mandate – defying new guidance from the CDC to wear masks indoors and in public, even if vaccinated.
COTTONWOOD (AP) — A body was found Wednesday in Cottonwood has been identified as a 16-year-old girl who was swept away by floodwaters last week, authorities said.
HOLBROOK (AP) — An Arizona man already facing assault charges for allegedly plowing his pickup truck into people participating in a bike race nearly six weeks ago has been charged with murder.
TONTO BASIN -- A father and son were swept away by rushing water after monsoon rain caused the Sycamore Creek to flood in Arizona on July 25 quickly. Bystanders managed to rescue everyone and get them to safety.
PHOENIX — A group of Arivaca residents and protesters has quietly dropped its lawsuit demanding better public access to the Border Patrol checkpoint in the community.
PHOENIX — In the months after her husband’s death, Lori Vallow Daybell aroused suspicions among relatives who told investigators that she believed a demon had overcome her estranged spouse.