Pedro Morales, 34, was indicted by a grand jury, and charged with two counts of attempted murder, for stabbing the officer and pregnant woman, and one count of first-degree murder for killing a man the night prior to the stabbings, according to court
Tayler Maggi was shot April 14 as he was driving home from dinner with his girlfriend in the area of Central and Dunlap avenues, according to family members.
A Maricopa County grand jury indicted a former Surprise city employee on 15 counts relating to accusations of theft and fraud involving more than $800,000 in city funds.
A 23-month-old boy was found in a backyard swimming pool Wednesday afternoon in Yuma and pronounced dead less than an hour later.
Flagstaff police say a dog helped lead them to a hiker who was stranded at the base of Mount Elden during a snowstorm.
Cheese 'n Stuff Deli's rooftop sign in the shape of a globe had been dark for more than 20 years
Roses, vegetables and trees are filling the notable midtown parcel called Agave Farms
The University of Arizona Police Department was looking for a person of interest after finding shell casings and blood while responding to a shots-fired call on campus Wednesday night.
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When 11-year-old Chad Burgette arrived home about 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 12, 1978, his mind was on his 16-year-old sister Robbin. She had stayed home on her own that weekend.
Two fraternities at Northern Arizona University who had members or pledges involved in the Oct. 9 shooting on campus have been disciplined by the school for violations of alcohol and conduct policies.
For about 40 minutes on Wednesday, County Attorney Bill Montgomery explained to reporters why he would continue to withhold details about the “freeway shooter” case that was dismissed this week.
Brenda Warner updates us on Treasure House, which should open next year in Glendale. Their son Zack's bags are packed, she says
Members of Arizona-based Helping Hands for Freedom began a nationwide trek to raise money for a veterans respite campus.
Maypole dances where ribbons are entwined around a tall wooden pole date back hundreds of years
The owners of Adelaide Boutique and Clothes Minded say their strategy may become a new trend to boost local retail shops
Family and friends of 18-year-old Tayler Maggi gathered at a north Phoenix restaurant for a fundraiser.
A former Surprise employee was indicted by a Maricopa County grand jury following accusations of stealing $836K in city funds.
Think the ABC show Shark Tank, but for cities. Lake Havasu City made its pitch Wednesday for a chance to win millions for economic revitalization in the America's Best Communities Summit.
County Attorney Bill Montgomery remains tight-lipped about the "freeway shooter" case and the case against Leslie Merritt Jr.
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Tempe’s 17 year-old water body has been drained more times than a 51-year-old pool.
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Sun City's Anna Thompson is active in community theater, likes to dance and just joined the Sun City Poms, for starters.
Labor Community Service Agency, a nonprofit that helps low-income families, is working to rehabilitate a Phoenix housing complex.
Officer Joshua Pueblo, who was shot at a Chandler Walmart over the weekend, was moved from a hospital intensive-care unit on Wednesday after a successful second surgery, according to Chandler police officials.
Six prominent members of Arizona's transgender communities talked with The Arizona Republic about how the media covers trans issues.