Jodi Arias killed her lover in a fashion that was not only gruesome but custom-made for the social-media age.
Inside the suite of a nondescript industrial park in west Phoenix, an armed security guard in a bulletproof vest guards dozens of tents filled with lush plants that supply medical-marijuana patients throughout the state.
After a series of deadly shootings this week that thrust Phoenix into the national conversation on gun control, Mayor Greg Stanton vowed Friday that the bloodshed will not define his city.
Rich Robertson received a phone call from Mark Hummels at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Israel conducted a rare airstrike on a military target inside Syria near the border with Lebanon, foreign officials and Syrian state TV said Wednesday, amid fears that President Bashar Assad's regime could provide powerful weapons to the Islamic militant group Hezbollah.
Egypt's military chief warned Tuesday of a potential "collapse of the state" after a fourth night of violent street battles between protesters and local security forces here and in other major cities, heightening the prospect that the country's military may be forced to intervene.
Arizona business leaders celebrated Monday's proposed framework for immigration reform, calling it a key step toward addressing economic issues ranging from agricultural-labor needs to retaining graduates who earn advanced degrees.
A year later, the investigation of an officer-involved shooting death of a Marine is moving slowly.
The bipartisan effort to develop a comprehensive immigration-reform bill is close to producing a set of basic "principles" to guide this year's legislation, a step that could set in motion long-awaited action on the controversial issue.
The debate over gun control that is consuming Washington has begun in the Arizona Legislature, where the battle is so far shaping up along party lines.
New Orleans is one of the best big-game hosts in America. Thankfully, the city is back in business.
President Barack Obama and a bipartisan group of eight senators have set the stage for Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform this year.
As Congress moves to tackle meaningful immigration reform this year, one of the obstacles may be determining when the border between the U.S. and Mexico can be declared secure.
Police are working the scene of self-inflicted gunshot wound near the Riverview shopping center in Mesa and it appears to be connected to the workplace shooting in Phoenix.
Much of Phoenixs Latino community met with tentative optimism President Barack Obamas vows to streamline the legal-immigration system and create a feasible path from undocumented status to citizenship, with immigrants and U.S.
Arizonas charter and private schools are not as prepared as some public district schools to defend themselves against internal and external threats, police officers and school officials say.
Arizona's new Legislature is more White, more male and more Republican than the people who live here, an analysis of the makeup of the 51st Legislature shows.
Aaron Fulbright is keeping his family together but, like thousands of other Arizona families, the single dad struggles every day to care for his kids.
Scientists studying last fall's experimental flood of the Grand Canyon say it did what it was supposed to do: build sandbars.
Two state representatives have proposed bills requiring Arizona students to show more respect for their country in a move that is stirring constitutional arguments and a threat of lawsuits.
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives, where comprehensive immigration reform went to die in 2006, is the wild card in this year's immigration-reform debate.
Debbie Carmichael, administrator at MD Home Health, was gazing out the huge front window when she saw the men running for the lobby door.
Every year since 1932, the Phoenix Open has attracted golf aficionados and sun-loving vacationers to the Valley.
Steven D. Singer, who died Wednesday in a shooting at a north-central Phoenix office building, has been described as a family man, mentor and innovator by friends and business associates.
Arizona continues to be ground zero for the ongoing immigration debate. State leaders have mixed reactions to the presidents proposal.
John McCain, R-Ariz., is one of eight senators who crafted a bipartisan plan for comprehensive immigration reform.
An error in calculating classroom funding since 2006 has shortchanged hundreds of Arizona public and charter schools while causing others to be overpaid.
Violence erupted across Egypt on Friday as tens of thousands took to the streets to deliver an angry backlash against President Mohammed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood, demanding regime change on the second anniversary of the revolution that toppled Hosni Mubarak.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton's schedule would leave most gasping for air -- night meetings with an often-divided City Council, daily public appearances and interviews, talks with regional leaders, and junkets to the nation's Capitol or Mexico.
The land where the antelope play, where Arizona meets Mexico, has been divided in recent years by taller and longer border fences.