The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
Winslow corrections officials say Patrick Pruitt, 23, had apparently committed suicide in the prison's shower area.
ADOT officials reported heavy backup on a portion of I-17 as a result of a brush fire.
Despite the grisly nature of the killings, tribal officials and even the victims’ family opposed the death penalty. Native American tribes for decades have been able to tell federal prosecutors if they want a death sentence considered for certain crimes on their land. Nearly all, including the Navajo Nation, have rejected that option.
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The latest weekend lockdown that includes the closure of businesses began after sunset on July 24 and ended on the morning of July 27. The tribe also has implemented daily and nighttime curfews.
Tribal health officials said 76,902 people have undergone testing and 6,525 have recovered from the virus.
The tribe’s three casinos in northwestern New Mexico and one east of Flagstaff, Arizona, have been shuttered since March 17 because of the coronavirus.
Executive branch divisions, departments and offices in the Navajo Nation will stay closed until Aug. 16.
Tribal lawmakers approved a bill in April to cancel the tribe’s primary election and decide the winner by plurality vote in the November general election. Tribal President Jonathan Nez later vetoed the action and urged lawmakers and election officials to come up with alternatives to preserve tribal members’ rights to vote.
The petition calling for a name change for Kit Carson RV Park has garnered more than 800 signatures since its creation.
A man and woman were arrested on July 5 for reportedly having drugs inside their car as well as packaging materials that police say are indicative drug sales.
The police department is urging the community to remain vigilant about scams after a local couple bought thousands of dollars worth of gift cards after a caller said their accounts had been hacked.
Investigators are searching for a woman accused of purchasing items from various stores in Prescott Valley with stolen credit card information.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s officials said DNA evidence is what ultimately led to them determining who shot and killed Michael E. Lee in 1980.
Tribal officials say 64,128 people on the reservation have been tested for the coronavirus and 5,856 people had COVID-19 but recovered.
A Navajo man finally gets to go home after battling COVID-19 for the last three months.
A tip from a passer-by in Cordes Junction led to the arrest of two people accused of possessing and selling fentanyl, according to YCSO.
The Navajo Nation must decide how to spend more than $714 million in federal virus relief money, a daunting task that isn't enough to meet the needs of the reservation.
A lawyer representing the bar owners says Gov. Ducey's executive order that forced the closure of bars in Arizona is not constitutional.