Flags will be flown at half-staff on the Navajo Nation Wednesday in honor of a Korean War veteran and retired police officer who died late last month.
Creators of the popular video “Baby Shark,” whose “doo doo doo” song was played at the World Series in October, are developing a version in Navajo.
Thousands of APS customers are without power in the Prescott area right now.
With a major winter storm forecast to create “very difficult to impossible” driving conditions in the high country from late Thursday until Friday morning, the Arizona Department of Transportation will close affected highways for safety until roadways are safe for travel.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety says the crash happened late Sunday night when a pickup truck that was traveling southbound in the northbound lanes of Interstate 17 near Bumble Bee Road collided with another vehicle.
Roads are back open the Village of Oak Creek near Sedona, after disruptions stemming from a bomb claim earlier on Thursday.
Authorities say a tractor-trailer rig was involved in a Wednesday morning collision that closed southbound Interstate 17 north of Cordes Junction, which is about 55 miles north of Phoenix.
A massive coal-fired power plant that served customers in the West for nearly 50 years shut down Monday, the latest closure in a shift away from coal and toward renewable energy and cheaper power.
An Arizona man was extradited to Nevada on Friday after a cold-case investigation led to his arrest in the 1979 killing of a woman last seen in California.
Yavapai County authorities say a 72-year-old Prescott Valley man has been arrested for allegedly impersonating a law enforcement officer.
Navajo Police Department officials say a 22-year veteran officer has died after suffering a medical problem while on duty last month.
Before the year ends, the Navajo Generating Station near the Arizona-Utah border will close and others in the region are on track to shut down or reduce their output in the next few years. Its owners are turning to cheaper power produced by natural gas as they and other coal-fired plants in the U.S. face growing pressure over contributing to climate change.
A local rescue in northern Arizona has found a dog after he ran away when his owners were involved in a serious car crash.
A well-known boulder called Wizard Rock that was taken from the Prescott National Forest two weeks ago has unexpectedly returned.
Yavapai County Sheriff's deputies say they arrested two women after an injured dog was found with a leg connected only by a portion of flesh.
Halloween is on Thursday, October 31, and many people may have already put decorations up around the house.
A well-known boulder called Wizard Rock was taken from the Prescott National Forest two weeks ago, and now the Forest Service is looking for who is responsible and why.
Authorities say skeletal remains found in Yavapai County's Thumb Butte area in 2009 have been identified as a Prescott man.
The raid that led to the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Bagdhadi, was named in honor of Kayla Mueller, the humanitarian worker from Prescott who was kidnapped and held hostage before being killed in Syria. Her parents are speaking out following the news.
A woman who teaches third-graders from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community is the first Native American to be named Arizona Education Foundation's teacher of the year.