Tennessee residents accused of sexually exploiting underage girl in eastern Arizona
Springerville police launched an investigation on Dec. 31 after receiving a report of a runaway juvenile.
Biden signs water bills benefiting 3 tribes in Arizona
Congress approved the bills late last year.
2022 Arizona Election: Live updates, results as they come in
Arizona has just a few races left that haven't been called since Election Day on Nov. 8. We're following the latest as each county finishes counting ballots.
Wild horses found dead in Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest
According to the National Forest Service, the dead animals were found near Forest Road 25 on the Alpine and Springerville Ranger Districts.
Man arrested, accused of shooting at National Park Service employees in Petrified Forest
Matthew Williams, a 21-year-old resident of Chambers, Arizona, is accused of shooting at two National Park Service employees in the Petrified Forest National Park.
Trooper crashes into wrong-way driver near Arizona-New Mexico border, DPS says
“A DPS trooper used his patrol vehicle to stop a wrong way driver and prevented a deadly or serious injury collision from occurring ,” DPS spokesman Bart Graves said in a statement.
Teen killed, others hurt after I-40 school bus crash in eastern Arizona while on a field trip
A teen is dead and several others were injured after their school bus was rear-ended by a semi truck on Interstate 40 in eastern Arizona on Sunday.
Flood watch issued across Arizona amid monsoon storms: Live radar, updates
A new round of monsoon weather made its way through parts of the Phoenix area on July 25, as a Flood Watch remains in effect across Arizona.
Arizona trooper shoots, kills suspect in Apache County, DPS says
A suspect was shot and killed by an Arizona Department of Public Safety trooper near the Arizona-New Mexico border on June 18.
911, phone lines, internet were down for a part of Arizona; a man died because of it, officials say
For those living in St. Johns, Eagar, Springerville, Pinetop, Lakeside and Concho, they had a brief communications outage impacting the 911 service, and authorities say a man died because of this.
Heightened Arizona wildfire threat prompts stricter forest restrictions
Along with restricting campfires and smoking, the forests’ heightened restrictions prohibit or impose limits on activities such as shooting, welding, using chain saws, running generators and driving motor vehicles off roads.
Fire restrictions for Arizona national forests begin May 5
Stage 1 fire restrictions for the Apache-Sitgreaves, Coconino, Kaibab, and Tonto National Forests begin at 8 a.m. The restrictions will also be in effect on the Williams and Tusayan districts of the Kaibab National Forest
Apache Junction impaired, red light running driver kills 2 on motorcycle: authorities
A man and woman riding a three-wheel motorcycle were killed by a red-light runner who was believed to be impaired at the time of the crash in Apache Junction, authorities said on April 9.
Rim Country Project: Plan paves way for more Arizona forest restoration projects
The U.S. Forest Service released documents for the Rim Country Project that’s part of an effort to reduce the risk of wildfire on Arizona forest. Known as the Four Forest Restoration Initiative, it’s the largest of its kind.
Ranch Fire: Eastern Arizona crews battle year's first wildfire
It's barely the first week of March, but firefighters in eastern Arizona are already battling the year's first wildfire in the state. The Ranch Fire has burned near 1,700 acres near Concho and is 95% contained.
Arizona getting emergency federal funds to fix flood damage
Biden also ordered federal assistance to supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts in areas of Arizona affected by severe storms and floods waters.
LIST: Arizona school districts with mask requirements
The 2021-2022 school year has begun and some districts in Arizona are requiring face coverings to be worn in the classroom. Check to see the mask policies for your child's school.
School on Navajo Nation to stay remote after radon exposure
A return to in-person classes at a Navajo Nation school will be on hold indefinitely because of unknown radiation levels, likely caused by decades of uranium mining.
5 monthly rainfall records set in July in northern Arizona
Last month, Show Low had 8.79 inches of rain although the city usually averages 2.35 inches in July, meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Flagstaff said.
Flash Flood Watch in effect for 13 Arizona counties; monsoon storms flood the Valley
A large portion of Arizona, including all of the Phoenix area, will be under a Flash Flood Watch starting July 22 until July 25.