Arizona man indicted, accused of trying to sell tiger cub on social media
Phoenix Police say 25-year-old Carlos Alcaraz was arrested after officers negotiated the sale of the animal before serving a search warrant at a home near 27th Avenue and Baseline Road.
Arizona dog earns Guinness World Record for longest tongue
Bisbee, an English Setter from Tucson, Arizona, has a tongue that is lengthier than a popsicle stick.
'Complete tragedy': Cause of death for 2 adults, 3 children found dead inside Phoenix home released
Police believe there were open propane tanks inside the home and a gas line that was not attached to a kitchen appliance. The father, Jasen Hudgens, has been identified as the suspect in the incident. He died from what is believed to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Arizona man from Nigeria romance scammed $3M from 'preyed upon' women, feds say
An Arizona man from Nigeria is said to have scammed millions from women online who were looking for love. We confront him to hear his side of the story, but he refuses. We have what the Secret Service says he did.
Missing elderly couple, dog found after 2 days trapped in snow
After their granddaughter reported them missing, search and rescue teams worked 87 hours and searched 1,300 miles of roads.
'Trapped': Inside the world of sex trafficking in Arizona as Super Bowl approaches
Law enforcement continues to raise awareness of the dangers of sex trafficking as Super Bowl LVII approaches, but is the premier sporting event a driver for trafficking, or is it a myth?
Kari Lake files 70-page lawsuit against top Arizona election officials
Kari Lake filed a lawsuit against several top election officials in Arizona on Friday just days following the certification of the 2022 election in which she lost her bid to become governor.
Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema leaving Democratic Party, registers as independent
Sinema has modeled her political approach on the renegade style of the late Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona, and has frustrated Democratic colleagues at times with her overtures to Republicans and opposition to Democratic priorities.
‘Offensive name’ changed of popular Grand Canyon hiking spot
The name change honors the cultural tribal significance of the location, which is a popular, much-needed stopping point for day hikers.
Arizona Democrat Katie Hobbs keeps lead over Kari Lake in race for governor
Democrat Katie Hobbs was leading the Arizona governor's race by about 35,000 votes as of Sunday morning.
2022 Election: Judge puts narrow limit on ballot box monitoring amid intimidation concerns
With Election Day just days away, a federal judge has issued a ruling that limits how ballot drop boxes can be monitored by various groups. The ruling came amid alleged acts of voter intimidation that have been reported to authorities in Arizona.
Friends in Arizona find diaries of 1800s-era couple and need help finding more of the collection
Imagine strolling through the bookstore looking to pick up something to read and stumbling upon the personal journals of a family from the late 1800s. That's exactly what happened to two friends in the nostalgia section of half-priced books in Mesa.
Judge orders armed groups away from Arizona ballot drop boxes
The order comes after complaints that people wearing masks and carrying guns were intimidating Arizona voters.
University of Arizona professor killed on campus by former student, police say: New details released
Murad Dervish is accused of killing Thomas Meixner, who headed UArizona's Department of Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences and was an expert on desert water issues.
Police departments search for new recruits in Minnesota
Recruiting efforts have never been more important for police departments in and out of Minnesota, as staffing shortages have created some big challenges.
Dixon Butts? Candidate endorsed by 'your mother'? Joke Arizona political signs catching people's attention
It's campaign season, and that means political signs are being put up along some major intersections. In between political signs for the various candidates, however, are signs that are being put up as practical jokes.
Thousands of 'rainbow fentanyl' pills seized as authorities warn of possible new 'trend' targeting kids
Customs and Border Protection agents in Arizona seized more than 15,000 fentanyl pills that were strapped to a person's legs on Wednesday, and one official says that it could be the start of a trend targeting younger people.
NASA imagery shows Lake Mead water levels lowest in more than 80 years
Lake Mead is estimated to be at just 27% of capacity.
Woman dies after being caught in Colorado River current in Grand Canyon, officials say
Sheetal Patel, who lived in Chattanooga, Tennessee, but was originally from Chicago, had hiked into the canyon for the start of a multi-day river trip, officials said.
Migrant killed by Border Patrol agent in Arizona, sheriff's office says
The sheriff's office provided an update days later saying a man who reportedly entered the U.S. illegally was killed after being shot several times by a border patrol agent on Feb. 19.