The victim, identified as 45-year-old Cleopatra Johnson, died at the scene. Her family is now asking for payers.
Christian Gonzales, 19, went missing in Phoenix on Saturday, Oct. 16, police said. He was found safe by a bus driver.
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health and county health departments.
An 18-year-old man is dead, according to Peoria Police officials, following an apparently accidental shooting that happened on the morning of Oct. 14.
DPS officials say a missing man who was last seen earlier in the week in the Kingman area has been found safe. The man's disappearance prompted the issuance of a Silver Alert, which has since been cancelled.
Fire officials said two people, both in their 30s, were reportedly stabbed near Rose Garden Lane and 23rd Avenue.
Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury, along with the team's quarterback coach and a defensive tackle, will miss Sunday's game due to COVID-19, team officials announced on Friday.
Two school districts in the Phoenix area will reportedly not receive federal grant money, after Governor Doug Ducey's office determined that they were not in compliance with state law, and therefore not eligible for the money.
Investigators said Friday that traces of an accelerant were found at the scene by a police K-9.
A suspect was taken into custody after leading LAPD officers on a pursuit through parts of the San Fernando Valley.
A cool, sunny weekend is in store for the Valley.
An FDA panel on Friday voted to recommend a booster dose of the single-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at least two months later.
This follows an executive order issued by President Biden in September requiring vaccine mandates for employers with more than 100 workers.
The FDA’s independent advisory panel endorsed lower-dose Moderna booster shots for seniors and other high-risk groups.
Sunny skies with a high near 85° for your Friday in the Valley.
According to a tweet from Phoenix Police, officers found chemicals and lab equipment inside of an RV while investigating reports of trespassing at a business near 43rd Avenue and Camelback Road.
School districts around the country are dealing with a bus driver shortage, and Peoria Unified hopes that by raising their pay, they can attract more people to apply.
Some parents at one Phoenix-area school district are protesting a new mask mandate that will not allow parents to out their kids out of.
It was a frightening moment for a customer after he said a waitress at Waffle House pointed a gun at his head after a dispute over food.
A group of firefighters with the Salt River Fire Department say they lost their job because they did not want to get the COVID-19 vaccine. They also accuse Salt River fire officials of not giving them any alternatives to vaccination.