Ex-Arizona doctor enters plea deal in attempted murder, drug deals

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.

2 businesses declared off-limits for Fort Huachuca soldiers

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.

Travelers mull safety amid Arizona-Mexico border violence

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.

McSally: Arizona base project on funding diversion list

Sen. Martha McSally says a construction project at an Army base in Sierra Vista is the only Arizona project affected by the use of military funding to build part of President Donald Trump's wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Groups try to stop Trump's border wall efforts in Arizona

Environmentalists have asked a judge to stop a plan to replace existing vehicle barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona, arguing the Trump administration unlawfully waived dozens of laws as part of the project that will ultimately damage wildlife habitat.

Arizona's unemployment rate unchanged at 4.9 percent

Arizona seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained unchanged at 4.9 percent in June as the labor force increased by nearly 10,400 from the previous month while the state's economy lost 44,600 nonfarm jobs.