Police say one person has been hospitalized following a single-vehicle rollover crash early Wednesday morning at Hawes and Guadalupe in Mesa.
Two people died in a rollover crash in Mesa Tuesday morning, the Mesa Police Department said. Two others were taken to the hospital.
The Mesa Fire and Medical Department says they are working a defensive fire at the restaurant located near Country Club and Southern.
Fire crews in Mesa battled a fire that killed many animals Friday
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says a 78-year-old woman who went missing Wednesday has been found.
Some public pools in the east Valley will be opening up to residents during the 3-day Memorial Day weekend. We have information on where to find the pools and if you need a reservation ahead of time.
It's a long drive -- six hours -- up to these small towns on the Navajo Nation.
The Navajo Nation now has more COVID-19 infections per capita than New York. With so many Navajo families in need, Mesa restaurant Republica Empanada is sending supplies to the Navajo Nation.
Mesa Fire officials say an 85-year-old woman is in critical condition following after she was found in a pool Monday.
The Mesa Police Department identified the man they say carjacked someone, then fled from police Saturday.
Mesa police have located a man who had gone missing on May 16.
Two family members were inside a garage hanging out while a car was running Saturday night and experienced carbon monoxide poisoning, one of them becoming critically ill, the Mesa Fire Department said.
Those looking to float down the Salt River this weekend have been given the green light to do so.
Police are investigating a carjacking that originated in Tempe and came to an end in Mesa.
Superstition Springs Elementary School is holding a pre-kindergarten graduation parade to celebrate children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The famous organ at Organ Stop Pizza in Mesa is making music again, and there are pizzas in the oven, but there will be some noticeable changes.
The airline industry has been significantly impacted by COVID-19 and since the global pandemic began in March, the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport has worked to modify its operations to protect employees and customers. It's all part of their "Stay Healthy, Fly Safe" action plan.
An Arizona Department of Public Safety trooper came to the rescue and helped save the life of an infant in distress.
An employee at a Dutch Bros location in Mesa has tested positive for the coronavirus, the company said Sunday.
The Commemorative Air Force held a flyover in the Valley on May 8 to support Arizonans fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.