Arizona has just a few races left that haven't been called since Election Day on Nov. 8. We're following the latest as each county finishes counting ballots.
Arizona is expected to have cooler temps this week as we move closer to the official start of winter. In higher elevations, you can expect some snow.
Five drug busts in southern Arizona over the course of a weekend ended in the seizure of more than half a million fentanyl pills.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers from the Nogales Port of Entry in Arizona found the pills hidden inside tamales that were being kept in a cooler.
Border agents in Nogales, Arizona, reported finding more than 26,000 fentanyl pills on Tuesday and 276,000 on Wednesday this week. Most of the pills were multicolored.
The fentanyl pills, with .31 pounds of cocaine, were hidden in a large ice chest, according to Port Director Michael Humphries.
A Customs and Border Protection officer noticed that the crutches were "excessively heavy," adding that a K-9 and X-Ray examination "confirmed suspicions" that drugs were inside them.
Customs and Border Protection agents in Arizona seized more than 15,000 fentanyl pills that were strapped to a person's legs on Wednesday, and one official says that it could be the start of a trend targeting younger people.
On Wednesday, there is about a 30% chance of rain for the Phoenix area. A Flood Watch is in effect for much of the state through early Wednesday night.
The Out of Reach report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition shows the gap between wages and the current cost of rentals in the United States.
The biggest find was the 320,000 fentanyl pills, tweeted Michael Humphries, the port director for the Port of Nogales.
A new round of monsoon weather made its way through parts of the Phoenix area on July 25, as a Flood Watch remains in effect across Arizona.
The counties under an Excessive Heat Warning on June 16 are Cochise, Coconino, Gila, Graham, Greenlee, Maricopa, Pinal, Pima, Santa Cruz, and Yavapai.
The counties included in the heat warning are Coconino, Graham, Gila, Greenlee, La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, Yavapai, and Yuma.
The Elgin Bridge Fire sparked on May 23 and has burned 4,000 acres with no containment. No evacuations have been ordered for the fire, which is burning in Santa Cruz County. Over 200 personnel have been assigned to fire the fire.
Along with restricting campfires and smoking, the forests’ heightened restrictions prohibit or impose limits on activities such as shooting, welding, using chain saws, running generators and driving motor vehicles off roads.
The San Rafael Fire has burned 11,620 acres of land so far with 100% containment.
Currently, an overwhelming majority of the people in Arizona's death row are men, with only three women amongst them. Here's what you should know about the women who have been sentenced to death in Arizona, and what they did that led to them being sentenced to death.
The driver of the Volkswagon, 26-year-old Erick A. Jimenez of Rio Rico, was arrested and booked into Pima County Jail.
Last month, Kitsap County detectives worked with a DNA lab and used “forensic genome sequencing” to identify a suspect: Douglas Keith Krohne.