A huge addiction recovery community in Tucson, Arizona, shuttered suddenly, leaving more than 200 people homeless as Arizona investigates widespread Medicaid fraud largely affecting Native Americans, authorities said.
Border crossings in southern Arizona are up and with facilities over capacity, migrants are now being released onto the streets. Border Patrol says they're seeing up to 2,000 illegal crossings per day in the Tucson sector alone. FOX 10's Stephanie Bennett reports.
The National Park Service says about 1,200 saguaros either toppled over or had their arms or tops severed during a monsoon storm last month. The "blowdown" event happened on Aug. 22, causing many saguaros to be uprooted or snap along their trunks. NPS says hundreds of saguaros are still standing and remains healthy.
Some of the shipping containers that once stood at the Arizona border with Mexico to keep people out are now being converted into tiny homes to house youth while transitioning out of the foster care program.
A "blowdown" event took place on Aug. 22, causing the saguaros to be uprooted, snapped along the trunks or broken at the arms or the tops.
During a recent visit, Associated Press journalists saw close to 100 migrants arrive in just four hours at the border wall near Lukeville, Arizona, inside Organ Pipe, as temperatures hit 110 degrees Fahrenheit. The next morning, several hundred more migrants lined up along the wall to turn themselves in.
Scientists at the University of Arizona are on pins and needles, as a probe carrying samples it collected from an asteroid millions of miles away is set to return the sample to Earth. Here's what to know about the OSIRIS-REx mission.
The U.S. will start training Ukrainian pilots to fly U.S.-made F-16 fighter jets, beginning at an Air National Guard base in October, the Pentagon said Thursday.
Our top crime stories for the week of Aug. 13 include: Two drug busts on SR 87 in Payson; a Tucson woman who shot and killed a home intruder; a suspect wanted in a deadly Phoenix road rage shooting; dark developments in an Arizona missing persons case; and a hit-and-run crash that was caught on a Tesla camera.
A Tucson woman shot and killed a registered sex offender who tried to break into her home, the Pima County Sheriff's Department said.
A snake expert from Arizona successfully captured a black-and-pink Coachwhip discovered in a residential toilet in the Catalina Foothills area near Tucson.
Pima County Sheriff’s officials say the body of 46-year-old Kyle Chance, of San Diego, was located near the Starr Pass area about 4 p.m. Tuesday.
The Mega Millions tickets were sold in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe and Tucson.
From details of a woman accused of trying to poison her husband, to a viral video that shows a brawl in the South, here's a look at some of our top stories tonight.
An Arizona woman is accused of attempting to poison her husband, a U.S. Air Force airman, by pouring chlorine into his coffee. Here's a closer look at her case.
A Washington man who was attending school at University of Arizona has been sentenced to years behind bars for a number of drug trafficking and weapons-related offenses, according to officials with the U.S. Attorney's Office.
The "Fall Fares are Falling" promotional deal that offers low-priced tickets for flights between Aug. 10 and Dec. 14.
Since this year's monsoon season began, the absence of stormy weather has been quite noticeable, but that came to an end of July 17 for people in Phoenix, as a storm brought blowing dust to parts of the Valley.
In a video captured by University of Arizona cameras, a storm can be seen developing over the Tucson area during the afternoon hours of July 17. While the monsoon season began in mid-June, the state has yet to see the stormy weather that is typical during an average monsoon season.
Following a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down affirmative action for college admissions, a certain level of attention is now placed on the diversity of a university's student population. With that in mind, how does Arizona's public universities stack up? Here's what you should know.