Phoenix Fire crews found two bodies inside of a burning car that had crashed into a building, officials say.
Arizona Gov. Ducey's announcement comes as more than 2 million people have been vaccinated in the state against the coronavirus, while cases have plateaued in the last few weeks.
Travel agents say there's a lot of pent-up demand for travel. With new COVID-29 cases on the decline and more people getting vaccinated, more people are ready to see new places.
Since recreational marijuana was legalized in Arizona, businesses have seen a rush of customers, and one new dispensary in Phoenix is offering special shopping hours for seniors and medical card holders. FOX 10 photojournalist Corey Goodwin has more.
Soldiers with the Arizona National Guard are heading to the Middle East in support of Operation Freedom Sentinel. FOX 10 photojournalist Greg Brown has more.
After being on hold for seven years, Arizona's Dept. of Corrections says it's ready to start executions again.
Arizona has passed the 2 million mark for COVID-19 vaccine doses administered and on March 5, Maricopa County officials stated adults 55 and older are now eligible.
A woman was hit by a car while crossing the street near 6th Avenue and Broadway Friday morning, Phoenix police say.
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health and county health departments.
"As you can see in her before and after photos, Theodora is now bright-eyed and is as cute as ever with her head held high with confidence!" the humane society said.
The latest figures reported by the Department of Health Services raised the state’s pandemic totals to 823,384 cases and 16,269 deaths.
The Humble Restaurant Group is looking to hire more than 50 workers in a job fair at Humble Bistro from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on March 5.
Arizona disability rights groups say Gov. Doug Ducey’s changing to an age-based vaccine plan has them worried about those in their 40s and younger who have disabilities.
Some Democrats in the Arizona House raised questions about a major expansion of gambling Gov. Ducey needs as part of his thus-far secret deal with Native American tribes to update their gambling compact.
This comes a month after a trial court judge refused to temporarily block Proposition 208 from taking effect in Arizona.
Jared Atkins, 27, stabbed a gas station clerk, stole the radiological devices and set a car on fire at a Mesa dealership, according to the FBI.
During one of the robberies, Patterson allegedly gave the teller a note that read, "I owe $9,300 to a Mexican cartel. They want it tomorrow or my wife and son will die. This is not a game and I am desperate."
It's a challenging time for a Phoenix Police officer, and now, loved ones are also collecting police patches to keep him in good spirits.
School districts were in overdrive after Arizona's governor ordered them to offer in-person learning for students by March 15.
"Officers learned Juanito was walking in the area when he was attacked by a male for no apparent reason," police said in a statement on March 4.