Kimberly Chavez Lopez Byrd, a teacher, passed away from COVID-19 on June 26. Two other teachers, who shared the same classroom, tested positive for the virus.
A helicopter has crashed while battling the Polles Fire, killing the pilot, according to fire officials.
The Tonto National Forest will be closed starting July 2, however, some areas like lakes and certain forest roads will still be accessible.
The Bush Fire burning northeast of the Valley has increased in size and is burning nearly 200,000 acres of land. Those who were evacuated were allowed to go back home over the weekend.
The search for a missing 91-year-old man has ended on a tragic note.
Arizona Representative David Cook reportedly had a romantic relationship with a lobbyist and used his influence to try to stop a seizure of her property.
The United Food Bank is delivering two semi-trucks full of food on Thursday morning to more than 1,000 households that are part of the White Mountain Apache Tribe. The event began at the Hon-Dah Casino and continues while supplies last.
Gila County officials found a 32-year-old man deceased at the bottom of Workman Creek Falls. The sheriff released a statement on the Glendale man's death.
Arizona continued the COVID-19 testing blitz on May 26, this time at Ponderosa Family Care in the Rim Country. The family practice has tested more than a thousand people and doctors say so far, results are showing the area has been mostly spared.
Officials with the Gila County Sheriff's Office are looking for information on an incident that left a calf shot in the head with an arrow.
Recreational shooting is being temporarily prohibited in three national forests in Arizona.
Authorities in east-central Arizona say the victims in a double homicide were the grandparents of the 18-year-man who lived with them and who was arrested in the case on suspicion of murder and other crimes.
Mesa's United Food Bank brought more than 62,000 pounds of food to the White Mountain Apache Reservation this week.
As the coronavirus surfaces in Arizona prisons, advocates for inmates worry that they’re running out of time to persuade Gov. Doug Ducey to avoid a larger outbreak by releasing some of the 42,000 people who live in close quarters behind bars.
The parents of the three kids who died after being swept away by floodwaters in Tonto Basin are facing charges of manslaughter and child abuse by Gila County officials.
Reservoirs have reached near capacity along the Verde and Salt rivers after a wet season caused rain and snow runoff across central Arizona mountains.
The Arizona Department of Health Services confirmed that 508 cases have now been reported. More than half are in Maricopa County. All but two eastern counties — Gila and Greenlee — now have cases.
A copper-producing company has been fined $33,000 for failing to comply with a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency settlement over dust pollution at an Arizona smelter.
Officials with the Gila County Sheriff's Office have confirmed that the body of a man found by crews earlier on Monday is that of a man who went missing while hiking in a canyon.
Storms left roads flooded out in the Tonto Basin and that's where deputies rushed to rescue a man stuck in a flooded waterway.