• Tearful reunions mark second Mother's Day under pandemic

  • Weekend wrap-up: Here are the biggest Arizona stories from May 7-9

    From a wildfire burning southwest of Crown King forcing three communities to evacuate on Sunday to a meal kit company planning to open its largest U.S. distribution center in Phoenix, here are the biggest Arizona stories of the weekend.
  • Arizona Senate president assures feds election recount is secure

    The Republican president of the Arizona Senate said in a letter Friday to the U.S. Justice Department that ballots being recounted from November's presidential election are secure and the department's worries about voter intimidation are unfounded.
  • Long suspected of Arizona murder, woman confessed but avoided prison

    Shelly Harmon was long suspected of killing her roommate in central Arizona in 1988. She wasn't charged in the death of Pamela Pitts until nearly 30 years later and not until she wrapped up a 20-year prison sentence in the death of her ex-boyfriend.
  • Wildfire burning southwest of Crown King forces evacuations

    Evacuations were ordered Sunday for Minnehaha, Fort Misery and Horsethief Basin due to a wildfire burning southwest of Crown King, according to authorities.
  • Shooting in downtown Phoenix leaves 1 dead, 7 injured

    One person is dead and seven others are injured after a shooting occurred between two groups of people in downtown Phoenix.
  • Arizona reports 448 new COVID-19 cases, 2 additional deaths Sunday

    The Arizona Department of Health Services on Sunday reported 448 new coronavirus cases and two additional deaths from COVID-19.
  • 10 good jobs that pay well and don't require a 4-year degree

    Despite what our culture, your parents, or your own inner critic tells you, there are lots of high-paying jobs out there that don’t require a bachelor’s degree.
  • Silver Alert issued for missing 25-year-old Phoenix woman

    A Silver Alert was issued Saturday for 25-year-old Phoenix woman with a cognitive delay who was last seen in the area of 23rd Avenue and Bell Road.
  • Scottsdale Intl. Film Festival kicks off virtual streaming event on May 14

    The Scottsdale International Film Festival, an annual event that connects audiences with award-winning cinema from around the globe, will present the virtual 2nd Look Streaming Cinema from May 14—18.
  • Lloyd Price, singer and early rock influence, dies at 88

    Singer-songwriter Lloyd Price, an early rock ’n roll star and enduring maverick whose hits included such up-tempo favorites as “Lawdy Miss Clawdy,” “Personality” and the semi-forbidden “Stagger Lee,” has died. He was 88.
  • Wildfire closes route between metro Phoenix, White Mountains

    A route between metro Phoenix and the White Mountains in eastern Arizona's high country remained closed Saturday because of a wildfire that for a time burned on both sides the highway.
  • Jaguar cubs born at Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park

    One melanistic and two spotted jaguar cubs were recently born at Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park, the Litchfield Park zoo announced.
  • Speakers at service say fallen officer was caring, giving

    A Chandler police officer killed when he was run over by a fleeing suspect was described Saturday as a caring man who served his community and his profession while showing compassion to those in need, including fellow officers coping with stress.
  • Grand Canyon National Park to reopen North Rim on May 15

    The North Rim entrance of the Grand Canyon is scheduled to reopen on May 15 after being closed over the winter, national park officials announced.
  • Chandler Police Department streams memorial service for fallen officer

    Watch the Chandler Police Department's live stream of the memorial service for fallen officer Christopher Farrar, who was killed in the line of duty.
  • Phoenix Police shoot man suspected to have been part of armed robbery

    A Phoenix Police Department officer shot a man who is accused of being part of an armed robbery and allegedly raised his gun at the officer.

New York City is vaccinating tourists at tourist attractions like Times Square and the Statue of Liberty. Which Arizona tourist attraction is best to vaccinate out-of-towners?

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