Latest News

Top Stories

  • Phoenix police return pet emu that escaped from owner’s home

    Officers tracked down and returned a pet emu that had escaped from its owner's home Sunday, according to the Phoenix Police Department.
  • Public conflicted over whether Fossil Creek should encourage more visitors

    Some who submitted public comment about Fossil Creek in northern Arizona want more parking and restrooms, while others are concerned about the trash and threats to wildlife that come with more visitors.
  • Substitute teacher allegedly assaulted student in Sierra Vista school

    A substitute teacher on Friday was arrested for allegedly assaulting a student in a classroom, according to Cochise County Sheriff's Office officials.
  • Kudlow’s admission about who pays tariffs contradicts Trump

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House’s top economic adviser has acknowledged that U.S. consumers and businesses pay the tariffs that the Trump administration has imposed on billions of dollars of Chinese goods, even as President Trump himself insisted in a tweet, incorrectly, that China pays. Chris Wallace, host of “Fox News Sunday,” asked him, “It’s […]
  • AP Explains: Militias have patrolled US border for decades

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — An armed group in New Mexico whose leader faces federal firearms possession charges drew national attention last month for detaining asylum-seeking Central American families near the U.S.-Mexico border. It’s not the first time an armed militia patrolled the border amid immigration and racial tensions. Throughout U.S. history, private, armed groups have […]
  • At a downtown Phoenix center, the tables are turning for people with HIV

    First, the needle’s sting. Then the blood, flowing from the vein into a plastic testing card, the membrane unit. The waiting begins.
  • Phoenix housing costs and stagnant income keeping millennials at home

    As the economy continues to make strides, millenials still seem reluctant to move out of their parent's house.
  • Arizona judge with cerebral palsy credits his mom with his success

    Judge Randall Howe had difficulty finding a school that would take a child with cerebral palsy in the 1960s, but his mother fought to get him there.
  • Let’s figure out if starting a small business is right for you

    For many of us, the journey into self-employment begins (and sometimes ends) with one question: Do I have what it takes to start a small business?
  • Canada-based pasta restaurant opens first US store in Scottsdale

    A Canada-based pasta restaurant has opened its first U.S. store and it is in the heart of Scottsdale. Mia Pasta opened in late March.
  • Rock band Incubus bringing tour to Phoenix this fall

    Rock band Incubus is making a tour stop in Phoenix in late October as part of its 20 Years of Make Yourself & Beyond Tour.
  • 1 dead in officer-involved shooting near Flagstaff

    A Coconino County Sheriff's Office deputy fatally shot a man early Saturday morning near Flagstaff on County Road 141.
  • Stolen car found submerged in a pond in Laveen early Saturday

    A vehicle reported stolen in Tempe was pulled from a pond in Laveen early on Saturday morning.
  • Activists give jailed moms a Mother’s Day gift: bail

    PHOENIX (AP) — Paz Lopez was set to spend Mother’s Day behind bars. The 42-year-old mother of six had been locked up in a Phoenix jail for the past month on forgery and other charges. She couldn’t post her $2,050 bail. But on Thursday night she walked out and into a car waiting to give […]
  • Trump’s tweeting about Russia probe, China trade

    Before heading to his golf club in Virginia, President Donald Trump re-tweeted 60 comments siding with him on that and other issues.
  • Ex-felons face long odds, long wait to restore voting rights

    Michael Romero looks like someone who has worked with his hands for a long time. His muscular forearms make the many tattoos that cover them seem like pop art.
  • VooDoo Daddy’s Steam Kitchen bringing cajun flavor to Tempe

    A cajun-themed restaurant concept called VooDoo Daddy's Steam Kitchen by national restaurateur Ron Lynch is opening in Tempe on Thursday.
  • Grand Canyon’s South Rim to undergo water line replacement

    The National Park Service plans to partially replace and shorten the frequently broken 50-year-old pipeline that supplies water to facilities on the Grand Canyon's South Rim.
  • Valley restaurant’s dish named among PETA’s top 10 vegan burgers

    The "Big WAC" from the Green New American Restaurant, which has locations in Phoenix and Tempe, was named to PETA's top 10 vegan burgers list.
  • Pecos Road intersection closing for 4 months for freeway construction

    The intersection at Pecos Road and 40th Street will close for four months as more traffic shifts onto the future South Mountain Freeway, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.