Casa Grande Police officials say a 38-year-old woman is dead, following an accidental shooting that allegedly involved her five-year-old son.
A spokesman for the Border Patrol’s Tucson sector confirmed the gates were open last week when water from the historic rainfall rushed through the Douglas area near the San Bernardino Wildlife Refuge in Cochise County.
An explosion at a building near Ray Road and Rural rocked nearby Chandler homes Thursday morning, and fire crews are working to put out the flames.
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Friday reported 3,707 new cases of COVID-19 and 63 additional deaths. Over 18,000 deaths from the virus have now been reported.
The probe will also examine whether police have engaged in discriminatory policing practices and will work to determine if officers have retaliated against people engaged in protected First Amendment activity, Attorney General Merrick Garland said.
Authorities said the swarming bees came from 100-pound open beehive that was in a tree inside a home’s backyard.
Under Ducey's order, students also cannot be forced to submit COVID-19 vaccine documentation or be tested in order to participate in learning.
A Valley man meets a daughter he never knew about thanks to a DNA kit from 23 and Me. FOX 10's Renee Nelson reports.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has rescinded an order that requires schools in Arizona to require masks for its students and staff members.
The Scottsdale Police Department says Bath & Body Works employees and customers brawled over line cutting on March 6. The parent company of the brand says it's "deeply concerned" over the incident.
Arizona Gov. Ducey's announcement comes as more than 2 million people have been vaccinated in the state against the coronavirus, while cases have plateaued in the last few weeks.
A Phoenix man called police saying there was someone burglarizing his home on Feb. 28, but instead of police finding one, they reportedly found illegal drugs and he was arrested.
The Cardinals’ star wide receiver explained the situation on the podcast “All Things Covered," saying it was actually the group of drivers that began honking at him and one specific driver that brake-checked him on the highway.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins seemingly gives the bird to Trump supporters while on I-10 on Oct. 25.
According to the Flagstaff Police Department, a woman was buying groceries at 9:35 a.m. on Sept. 3 inside the store located near Interstate 40 and Beulah Boulevard when a man who was using a nearby self-checkout finished buying his groceries and took the woman's shopping cart with the child still in the cart.
Tempe Fire Department officials say the derailment happened around 6 a.m. on July 29 and involved a Union Pacific train. At least 90 firefighters responded to the scene. No injuries were reported.
The lawsuit lists a number of universities as plaintiffs, including ASU, NAU, and UArizona.
Prosecutors say the mother of two children who were found dead in rural Idaho months after they vanished in a bizarre case that captured worldwide attention had conspired with her new husband to hide or destroy the kids' bodies.
A federal appeals court on Friday ruled against the Trump administration in its transfer of $2.5 billion from military construction projects to build sections of the U.S. border wall with Mexico, ruling it illegally sidestepped Congress, which gets to decide how to use the funds.