A former employee of Tolleson Union High School District has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the theft of more than $120,000 from the district.
A third-grade teacher at a private Scottsdale school resigned Monday after administrators became aware of the teacher's offensive social-media posts calling for the killing of undocumented residents and denouncing Muslims.
Police are looking for five people in connection with the shooting and attempted carjacking of a woman who was playing Pokemon Go outside Peoria City Hall early Feb. 18, 2017.
Surveillance video shows as many as five people approaching a woman shot during an attempted carjacking.
A sweeping set of immigration-enforcement guidelines added to feelings of panic among undocumented immigrants in Arizona
A 22-year-old was arrested after a man pointed a gun at witnesses after fleeing a hit-and-run crash Monday afternoon, Phoenix police said.
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Lawmakers are trying to prevent a Phoenix ID that would be available to all residents regardless of immigration status.
The exhibit will tell the story of the Colorado River from its start in the Rocky Mountains to its end at the Sea of Cortez in Mexico.
A driver involved in a hit-and-run crash pointed a gun at witnesses who saw him flee the scene, police said.
A pedestrian was killed on Interstate 17 in Phoenix on Tuesday night, the Arizona Department of Public Safety confirmed.
Directives placing most undocumented immigrants at risk of deportation drew praise from President Trump supporters.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich knelt next to Scheryl Silvio and put the rings back on her fingers Tuesday at an event in Mesa.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has signed legislation easing the path to incorporation for a growing Pinal County area known as San Tan Valley.
A woman was booked on two charges after Chandler police accused her of ramming a police car with her vehicle and attempting to run over an officer Monday afternoon, police said.
Somewhere a language disappears every two weeks. Outside Phoenix, there's a movement afoot to save at least one.
Only in Arizona: After an injection of federal dollars in the 1950s, Black Canyon Freeway morphs into Interstate 17
A planned "Not My President's Day" march in Tempe was canceled after only about 25 people showed up.
GCU will be eligible for NCAA Tournament play next season in men's basketball.
An indecent exposure incident at ASU is similar to a report on the Tempe campus earlier in the month.
Partners Dog Training School in Cave Creek trains dogs to stay away from rattlesnakes by using the real deal. David Wallace/azcentral.com
Scheryl Silvio has her jewelry returned to her by Ronald Davis, the investigator in the case. Thomas Hawthorne/azcentral
Glendale police have identified Lawrence Massaro as the pedestrian who was hit and killed while crossing a busy road.
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Four children in the home told police their mother and stepfather had been arguing prior to hearing a gunshot.