Are healthcare providers doing enough to protect your personal information? Hackers are accessing sensitive health data more than ever and this could directly impact you in Arizona. We have what you need to know.
The expedition was delayed twice due to COVID-19, but a 71-year-old Arizona man is finally ready to set off on an expedition that will take him down the Yukon River, into Alaska and then the Bering Sea.
Under-resourced. Under-housed. In part two of a "City of a Thousand," we take a look at the resources, or lack thereof, that homeless advocates believe are leading to the encampment boom in Phoenix.
Within a pocket of streets and sidewalks in downtown Phoenix, the homeless crisis exploded with more than a thousand unsheltered people living on the streets in this area known as "the zone."
For much of the 20th century, the stretch of Salt River in the Phoenix area was a dry riverbed that was considered to be an eyesore. Thanks to a group of ASU students, a stretch of the Salt River in Tempe has now become a point of pride for the Valley.
Lake Powell serves as an energy provider to millions of people and because of the major drought and quickly dropping water levels, that energy source is threatened. We take a look and what's being impacted and what's being done to curb this crisis.
An Arizona lawmaker helped pass a now official law that will better protect victims of catalytic converter thefts, as well as help law enforcement agencies get the thieves in trouble.
A Phoenix man who has been booked into Maricopa County Jail a dozen times is sentenced to more than 7 years in prison for his involvement in what authorities are calling the "catalytic converter theft epidemic."
Williams, located along the Historic Route 66, often draws in crowds from near and far, and now, there's another attraction in the area for people to enjoy.
Men and women looking at life after prison often need new skills to get a second chance at life, and a program in Arizona is offering them a chance to do better, and avoid a return behind bars.
On the northern edge of the Phoenix area, a unique spot called the Rackensack property is now on the market. That property gives whoever lives there a chance to live completely off the grid atop a gold mine.
The DEA is looking to hire thousands of new agents across the country and is hoping to get the upper hand in the war against drugs and help save lives. This comes as the number of drugs, specifically, meth and fentanyl, flooding into our country, reaches record levels.
Arizona, like many other places in the country, is experiencing a big shortage in veterinarians, and the impact is being felt in cities as big as Phoenix, and as small as Page.
The Apache Junction Police Department is one step closer to identifying a 29-year-old Jane Doe with the help of DNA Doe Project.
Every day in Arizona, thousands of veterans are waiting for much-needed benefits as a nationwide backlog has caused some cases to be on hold for years. "23 years I've been dealing with this. That is the better part of half my life that I've been dealing with this," a U.S. Army veteran said.
Catalytic converter thefts are on the rise in Arizona across most cities, and in Phoenix, we're seeing a nearly 6,500% rise in reported cases. We take a look at why, the cost for the victim, the payout for the suspect, and how police departments are handling the cases.
An private, for-profit online university has reached a consent agreement with Arizona nursing officials amid an investigation into the university over its failure rate on a national exam that determines if it is safe for the school's graduates to practice nursing.
In Phoenix, a crackdown on fraudsters who swooped in on billions of COVID-19 relief funding is now underway, and we are taking a look at a case where 20 defendants reportedly racked up at least $3.5 million.
A father continues to look for answers months after the discovery of his son's remains. 20-year-old Najib "Jubi" Monsif was missing for more than two months out of Scottsdale before his body was found in a canal without his skull.
As Arizona deals with a wave of catalytic converter thefts, we go undercover at some recycling yards in the Phoenix area to see if they will buy a catalytic converter from us, in violation of state law.