Prosecutors said they will reduce the charge against a former Northern Arizona University student in a fatal 2015 shooting on campus from first to second-degree murder.
The Grand Canyon is among six iconic images of Arizona that will appear on new signs welcoming visitors to the state.
Attorneys argue the jury acquitted Steven Jones of first-degree murder in a 2017 trial. They said trying him again on the same charge amounts to double jeopardy.
A ski trip without the hassle of actually driving to the resort.
Coconino County officials say the town of Tusayan is declaring a state of emergency due to the snowstorm.
Heavy rain is hitting the Valley on Black Friday and the National Weather Service even issued multiple tornado warnings.
A potential snowpocalypse is knocking on the doors of the Arizona High Country.
With a major winter storm forecast to create “very difficult to impossible” driving conditions in the high country from late Thursday until Friday morning, the Arizona Department of Transportation will close affected highways for safety until roadways are safe for travel.
Forecasters warn of “difficult to impossible travel conditions” across much of northern Arizona later this week as a storm dumps an expected 2 feet of snow on Flagstaff and Williams along Interstate 40.
An approaching storm forecast to dump heavy snow in the region has accelerated the seasonal closing of the highway to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon by a few days.
Nearly two feet of snow fell at Arizona Snowbowl in Flagstaff and that's great news for skiers and snowboarders because the ski resort opens for the season today!
Vaping has become more popular among young adults and teens, and so far, more than 2,200 cases of lung injuries associated with vaping have been reported in 49 states, including Washington D.C., and 47 deaths have been confirmed.
Prosecutors are branding a 73-year-old Arizona man a serial killer in a bid to convince a Nevada judge to deny bail pending trial in the killing of a California woman more than 40 years ago.
A massive coal-fired power plant that served customers in the West for nearly 50 years shut down Monday, the latest closure in a shift away from coal and toward renewable energy and cheaper power.
Arizona authorities say a New Mexico man was arrested on suspicion of aggravated DUI and endangerment after his wrong-way SUV crashed head-on with a tractor-trailer rig in Flagstaff early Thursday.
A northern Arizona public safety communication center has closed its doors after the department reported declining recruitment numbers.
An Arizona man has been sentenced to 24 years in prison after being convicted in an August 2017 wrong-way wreck in which four Californians were killed.
A judge has dismissed the conviction against a man found guilty of aggravated assault after prosecutors did not inform the court the man was drunk during his testimony.
President Donald Trump has proclaimed November as a month to celebrate both Native American heritage and the country’s founders.
Before the year ends, the Navajo Generating Station near the Arizona-Utah border will close and others in the region are on track to shut down or reduce their output in the next few years. Its owners are turning to cheaper power produced by natural gas as they and other coal-fired plants in the U.S. face growing pressure over contributing to climate change.