Campfire, smoking and recreational shooting restrictions to prevent human-caused forest fires are in place as Coronado National Forest reopens.
A suitcase was found alongside railroad tracks in Cochise County, and the sheriff's office says a 1981 graduation photo was found inside.
A man who fell through the ceiling of a home and into a kitchen was found dead and naked on a rural Cochise County roadway, officials say.
Daytime highs could get up to 108° F in some areas. Residents are advised to stay cool, stay hydrated, and stay informed.
A 3.5 magnitude earthquake has been reported near Douglas, Arizona
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wants to expand hunting on three wildlife refuges in southern Arizona
A coatimundi attacked an elderly woman and her dog in Coronado National Memorial.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent is facing charges on suspicion of sexually abusing multiple children over several years.
A Sierra Vista woman has been arrested on suspicion of 24 felony charges related to child abuse involving her baby daughter, police said.
In Cochise County, ranchers have found that the best solution for illegal border crossings so far has not come from the Feds, and it hasn’t been in the form of a wall. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
Some people may not know that Sierra Vista, Arizona has the first McDonald's in the United States to feature a drive-thru window. FOX 10's Matt Galka takes a look at the history.
State prosecutors say a former physician has pleaded guilty to attempted first-degree murder, illegally conducting an enterprise, and illegal administration of a narcotic in a drug scheme that mushroomed into a plot to kill a woman he thought had reported him to licensing officials.
A smoke shop and a shuttle service have been declared off-limits for soldiers at an Army base in southeastern Arizona. A base commander says the two businesses adversely affect the health, safety, morals, morale and discipline of Fort Huachuca personnel.
Officials with the Cochise County Sheriff's Office are asking for help in search of a woman.
Unaccustomed to the kind of violence long seen along some parts of the Texas-Mexico border, those who frequently cross into Mexico from Arizona say they will now think twice about traveling after dark and will confine themselves to busy commercial areas.
To villagers and others, the bloodshed seemed to demonstrate once more that the government has lost control over vast areas of the country to the drug traffickers.
Six people were arrested for separate alleged attempts to smuggle 321 pounds of methamphetamine and marijuana through Arizona Ports of Entry over the weekend, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and one of the cases involved a cache of loaded weapons and ammunition.
Police in Douglas have issued a travel warning in the wake of gunfire across the border in Mexico.
The search continues for a missing Wisconsin man who was last seen in Arizona.
School and public safety officials in Willcox say a threat made against a school in the city resulted in an investigation that involved multiple agencies, including the Interpol and the FBI.