The Scottsdale Police Department says Bath & Body Works employees and customers brawled over line cutting on March 6. The parent company of the brand says it's "deeply concerned" over the incident.
Arizona Gov. Ducey's announcement comes as more than 2 million people have been vaccinated in the state against the coronavirus, while cases have plateaued in the last few weeks.
Watt, a three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year, agreed to part ways with the Houston Texans last month after spending his first 10 seasons with the team.
An attorney for Nathan Sutherland said the evidence should be tossed because Phoenix police officers didn’t get a warrant or have probable cause to take his client’s DNA and instead relied on a court order with a lesser standard of proof to gather the evidence.
Teresa Ferrin discovered the Purple Heart — along with several other military awards — at a thrift shop in Phoenix where she volunteers once a week.
Jacob Chansley, a Phoenix man dubbed the "QAnon Shaman," is requesting to be released from jail, citing digestive problems and entrapment from former president Donald Trump.
Police found Brandon Soules near a water tower with his hands bound behind his back and a bandana stuffed in his mouth, Coolidge police said.
After losing her husband to COVID-19, a Phoenix mother of seven children is left to pick up the pieces. "It's the most awful, awful feeling I've ever experienced."
A little girl got a stuffed animal from her parents, but they later realized there were thousands of fentanyl pills stuffed inside the glow worm. They handed the pills over to the Phoenix Police Department.
The Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, and Chandler Police Departments partnered with Homeland Security and the Arizona Attorney General's Office for "Operation Broken Hearts," an undercover operation targeting sexual predators engaged in child sex crimes and human trafficking, authorities said on Feb. 19.
The incident happened near 7th Avenue in Phoenix, and now, the suspect is under arrest.
A lawyer for the so-called QAnon Shaman had asked a court to provide his client with food, or place him on pre-trial release as an alternative.
"Because I felt like it was the right thing to do" was the explanation a Mesa woman gave when police asked why she didn't pull over for an officer when she was speeding, the department says.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has taken over an investigation after more than 50 people were found inside of a south Phoenix home.
As the Department of Economic Security has kept an Arizona woman's account under review for months, she's had to drain her retirement account to get by during the pandemic.
Phoenix Police are investigating after a suspect holding a baby was shot by authorities on Jan. 9 near 7th Avenue and Van Buren Street. The suspect later died at the hospital.
A Phoenix couple discovered a two-way mirror in their home after living in it for a year, as well as several cameras. None of the cameras were connected, however.
Arizona Republicans voted Saturday to censure Cindy McCain and two prominent GOP officials who have found themselves crosswise with former President Donald Trump.
"All I did was hang a Trump flag during the election," Hill said. "I was going to take it down, but now I’m kind of mad and might leave it up for a while."
Children are being hospitalized for COVID-19 at record numbers in Arizona, according to a Banner Health spokesperson on Jan. 17. She backs up her claim with data that looked at trending numbers for several months in 2020.