NTSB releases probable cause of Tempe Town Lake train derailment and bridge collapse
The incident, which happened on July 29, 2020, caused a bridge that runs over Tempe Town Lake to collapse. Almost two years following the incident, federal investigators have released new findings from an investigation into the incident.
Phoenix PD officer injured in wrong-way crash returns to work a year later
A Phoenix Police officer who was nearly killed in a Jan. 1 wrong-way crash is recovered and raising awareness for the very thing that saved his life, blood donations. He's now home with his wife and children and officially returned back to work on Jan. 11, 2022.
‘I fight for them’: Maine veteran builds temporary housing for fellow vets who are homeless
A Maine veteran is giving back to other veterans who are struggling with homelessness amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
UK study finds Novavax vaccine 89% effective against COVID-19
Novavax Inc. said Thursday that its COVID-19 vaccine appears 89% effective based on early findings from a British study and that it also seems to work — though not quite as well — against new mutated strains of the virus circulating in that country and South Africa.
Subway accused of selling fake tuna in footlong fraud lawsuit
The suit alleges the fish is actually "a mixture of various concoctions."
Texas grocery store run by high school students gives free food to families in need
A Texas high school runs its own grocery store so students and their families could get food and other necessities during the pandemic. Instead of money, they accept good deeds as payment. Now the store has expanded to help over 100 families in their community who are in need.
Jackson 7-year-old dies after tooth extraction
7-year-old Jocelyn Hampel of Jackson was taken to Children's Wisconsin via Flight for Life after a tooth extraction and died days later.
No new members inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame, a first in 8 years
The baseball Hall of Fame won’t have any new players in the class of 2021 after voters decided no one had the merits — on-the-field or off — for enshrinement in Cooperstown on this year's ballot.
Rate of confiscated guns by TSA doubles in 2020, the most in 19-year history, agency says
The Transportation Security Administration announced on Tuesday that the rate at which firearms were confiscated from passengers nearly doubled, despite less people traveling due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it has been in 19 years in 2020.
Winter Storm Warning in effect for northern Arizona; multiple highways closed
The metro Phoenix area is seeing rain and hail, while northern Arizona has seen at least 7 to 9 inches of snow over the weekend.
One Year Later: Honoring the 9 victims of the Calabasas helicopter crash
January 26, 2020, was a day that broke hearts beyond the world of sports. A year after a helicopter crash took the lives of nine California residents, including Kobe and Gianna Bryant, their legacies continue to live on.
President Biden's dogs officially move in to White House
President Joe Biden officially has his furry friends with him at the White House, including the first rescue dog to ever live at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Phoenix couple finds two-way mirror in their home in viral TikTok
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.
Recreational marijuana sales begin in Arizona; what you need to know
AZDHS says it has received 79 applications since the application period began on Wednesday. Six of those applications are under review.
Dogs trained to detect COVID-19 will soon sniff out the virus at Florida Capitol
A new tool to detect COVID-19 has four legs and a tail.
Larry King, American TV icon, passes away at 87
Larry King, the legendary American talk-show host, has died. He was 87.
Candy company paying $30 an hour to eat, review sweets
A Canadian confectioner is hiring chocoholics and candy lovers to test treats for the sweet salary of $30 per hour.
Atlanta Braves legend Henry 'Hank' Aaron dead at 86
Atlanta Braves legend and Baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron has died at the age of 86
Woman who made Bernie Sanders' viral inauguration mittens says she's out of stock
The Vermont elementary school teacher who crafted Sen. Bernie Sanders' mittens that went viral says she's completely sold out.
Great white shark bites boat in Gulf waters off Tampa Bay
The boaters were fishing about 65 miles off the coast of the Tampa Bay area when a massive great white shark approached, taking a bite out of one of their boat's motors.