It has been more than a month since a teenager with autism ran away from her home in Glendale, and her family says they aren't giving up the search.
California became the first state in the country to pass a bill that changes school start times for millions of students.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors met behind closed doors Monday to discuss the next step following the arrest of County Assessor Paul Petersen.
Kennedy Headlee, who was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, has become the newest member of the Grand Canyon University's women's softball team.
Authorities have released new details surrounding a human smuggling scheme involving Maricopa County Assessor Paul D. Petersen, who was arrested in California Tuesday night.
A family wants answers after a man died while in Phoenix Police custody following an incident over the weekend at a convenience store. FOX 10's Linda Williams reports.
Arizona's Attorney General is taking aim at a home warranty company that has been the target of thousands of complaints from people across the country.
It's been 10 days since Alicia Navarro left her Glendale home and seemingly vanished. Her family continues to look and spread the word, hoping someone can help bring her home safely.
It turns out the hard pounding rain the Valley received Monday does more than flood freeways and make the desert bloom. So, Arizona Game and Fish officials issued a warning Tuesday.
Stormy weather is wreaking havoc in metro Phoenix, flooding roads and leaving residents awaiting rescue.
Some Valley residents are nervously eyeing plans for redevelopment in their area, as plans call for big changes to the land that churches currently sit on.
Concern is growing for a 14-year-old Glendale girl who has not been seen for days.
As the investigation into a deadly fire on a dive boat off the California coast continues, families and friends of the victims are grieving and wondering how could this happen.
The Federal Government will act to ban thousands of flavors used in e-cigarettes, President Donald Trump said Wednesday, responding to a recent surge in underage vaping that has alarmed parents, politicians and health authorities nationwide.
Some Phoenix residents are seeing an uptick in critters. Not coyotes, but raccoons have been spotted roaming around day and night.
Animal welfare groups rejoicing over a trend that they have worked hard to make happen. The number of animals they have to euthanize is dropping.
Not everybody has the option to stay inside all day, so they're turning to umbrellas for a little relief.
For those who spent any time outdoors, days with high temperatures, like Tuesday, can really bring on the sweat.
It's a scenario no one wants to think of: a fire breaks out at a home with their pets there, alone.
It started in early June and has grown as communities and strangers are reaching out to help teachers do something the state is too broke to do: give clasroom teachers supplies.