10-week-old kitten, now named Echo, was saved from a pipe leading to a sewage channel of a vacant Arizona home.
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.
Pima Police officials say a young girl who was swept away during a flash flooding on Thursday did not survive. The incident happened on July 22.
A large portion of Arizona, including all of the Phoenix area, will be under a Flash Flood Watch starting July 22 until July 25.
The Graham County Sheriff’s Office has rescinded the Pinnacle Fire evacuation order for the Black Rock area. 34,417 acres have burned and the fire is 60% contained.
Phoenix saw a record-breaking high of 118°F on Thursday.
Two communities in Graham County have been ordered to evacuate due to the Pinnacle fire, which is burning in the Santa Teresa Mountains.
New evacuations have been ordered for the Pinnacle Fire, which is burning west of Safford in the Coronado National Forest. The community of Klondyke, south of Whiting Ranch Road needs to evacuate immediately. The fire has burned 17,453 acres and is 15% contained.
The Pinnacle Fire has burned 15,801 acres west of Safford. The fire started last week in the Coronado National Forest and is 0% contained. A "GO" alert for evacuations has been issued for the Black Rock Ranch area.
About one-third of the population on the southeastern Arizona reservation had been infected over the past year. Now, the average number of positive COVID-19 cases is down to less than 1% a week.
Check election results for all Arizona counties and watch a live feed of their vote counting process.
On Oct. 1, Graham County advanced to the moderate transmission stage of COVID-19, joining all other Arizona counties, with the exception of Greenlee County, which remains in the minimal stage.
The Excessive Heat Warning will affect parts of Coconino, Gila, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Pima, Pinal, Yavapai and Yuma counties.
According to the National Weather Service, the heat warning goes into effect at 10 a.m. on August 24 and is set to expire at 8 p.m. on August 28. The warning covers most of the Valley, including Ahwatukee, Avondale, Buckeye, Cave Creek, Chandler, Deer Valley, Gilbert, Glendale, Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, and Queen Creek.
Campfire, smoking and recreational shooting restrictions to prevent human-caused forest fires are in place as Coronado National Forest reopens.
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 Arizona Department of Health Services is requiring that all counties with cases of the novel coronavirus must close all of their bars, gyms and movie theaters effective at close of business on Friday.
Graham County has reported their first case of novel coronavirus.
The Pima Unified School District has closed all schools Thursday due to the spread of the coronavirus.
A Safford city councilmember has suspended his campaign for Congress after suffering a heroin overdose.