Police say a man whose credit card was stolen helped police catch the person who allegedly used it to rent a Mesa hotel room earlier this month.
Mesa police said an employee at a Chevrolet dealership embezzled more than $13,000 by reversing customers' charges on to her personal credit card.
Roger Jackson, 25, was arrested by Mesa Police on suspicion of second-degree murder and misconduct involving weapons for his role in the death of Joshua Short.
You can nominate your neighborhood through Nov. 21 for categories such as having the best event, engagement, revitalization, or leader.
The Chandler Center for the Arts is celebrating its 25th anniversary season.
Nine people injured in near 16th St & I-17
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Student Health Outreach for Wellness will house its clinic in the existing Health Care for the Homeless clinic at Phoenix's Human Services Campus.
Displaced residents escape apartment near Mesa Dr. and Main St.
Clear skies should make for good viewing of the Orionid meteor shower the next two nights
Police said the man shot his father's girlfriend during a fight about food.
Tucson police say they've made an arrest in the death of a woman.
The staff responds to the repeal of the gay marriage ban in Arizona
Horse poop, pooch fashion, food competitions and other events surround Scottsdale's polo championships
Two people killed in home near North Mountain in Phoenix
With the 2014 election less than a month away, it's important to remember that an election is a job review for legislators and elected officials. Let's review.
The district is filling its cafeterias with Arizona-sourced foods and providing education on what being healthy means
You could score big money from the big game but how you can protect your property
This year, Boo! at the Zoo is a week-long fall festival with pumpkin treats for all the Zoo's animals. See them chomp and stomp on the Plaza
Residents say neighbors and family members alerted others to save them from the flames.
Clothes Mentor, the women's clothing resale shop in west Chandler, will begin selling clothes at 9 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 21.
Police say they're looking into DNA evidence to try to track down the suspect.
A former Arizona resident was one of dozens of suspected Nazi war criminals who collected social security benefits after leaving the country.
David Smith, former treasurer and council candidate, calls for end to food tax in city, among other changes
Tempe firm's rapid growth reflects trend of technology-based companies in southeast Valley
Jodi Arias faces the death penalty in her retrial; other heinous murders are pleaded down
One of the potential cost-savings provisions in Prop. 487 calls for the elimination of deferred compensation, payments the city makes to second retirement plan for most workers on top of their pensions