Chaparral principal says the donations put authentic literature into kids hands
Owner of killed dogs, Eric Morgan, speaks out saying that he wants his dogs to have a proper burial.
NEW YORK — An Arizona man has been charged with helping a New York college student get Islamic State training in Syria.
Classes have started in the Scottsdale Unified School District and drivers may have noticed an increased police presence
Sticker shock over GPS biology book decision
Artwork in the “Elements of Nature” show is at the Goodyear Public Library through Oct. 31
Phoenix police are searching for a gunman who shot a man in the back in west Phoenix and then fled early Thursday
Dale Hallock shares stories of Gilbert way back when with an old photo, from schools to farming
Surprise resident Nancy Markham is suing the city after police calls she made about domestic violence got her evicted under a nuisance call law.
An estimated 500 people showed up to Central Methodist Church in Phoenix on Thursday to remember Kandis Capri, a transgender woman shot and killed in early August.
Phoenix resident Eric Morgan is searching for answers after neighbors say police shot and killed his two dogs on Wednesday.
UA is No. 9 out of 50 for most swiped-right girls in the U.S. Meanwhile, ASU and NAU don't even make the lists.
Nearly 100 families still living at the condemned Mesa Royale mobile-home park have been granted a temporary reprieve.
The the first home was demolished in the path of the South Mountain Freeway on Aug. 27, 2015.
Mark Salem offers advice on the different types of motor oil
Veterans Voice: News, issues and events for Arizona military members, veterans and families
As the 2015 monsoon season winds down, rainfall totals haven’t been very impressive
Thriowback Thursday: Mesa had its share of medical scares, from small pox in 1883 to diphtheria in 1907
It could be worth your time to find out if a designer is collectible
Best kitchen remodel ever or elaborate prank? Let's examine what we actually know about this viral story.
A slight chance of rain and thunderstorms turned into a certainty for parts of the Phoenix area Thursday afternoon.
Public Safety Personnel Retirement System Board promotes insider Jared Smout to be administrator.
Andrea Hiland explores downtown Phoenix's presidential streets -- and finds several early presidents missing
The sports authority plans to install magnetometers to screen fans at the Cardinals' University of Phoenix Stadium.
Sports Medicine: Young athletes may feel fit, but they should still be screened for heart abnormalities
Scottsdale's Paul Messinger shares past school memories from dance etiquette to fashion must
What to know about the South Mountain Freeway.
From drunks going before a judge to a turkey shoot, paper tells of Tempe’s past