Our top crime stories from the week of May 16: Police say a man shot and killed his girlfriend, then drove her to a hospital; a suspect on the run after stabbing a man in Glendale; bodies found due to Lake Mead's low water levels; a man is accused of intentionally hitting a woman with his car; and a dating app meet up involving a blind woman lands a man behind bars.
A break from bad news: From a toddler ordering nearly three-dozen cheeseburgers to a newlywed couple's fiery wedding-day entrance, there was no shortage of strange and unusual stories this week.
An officer was arrested on suspicion of a lewd act at a home, a road rage suspect was caught banging his gun on the victim's window and three people are being charged in the exorcism death of a child. We have this week's top stories.
Need a break from bad news? Check out these stories about an Arizona veteran getting an amazing gift, a random passenger landing a plane and an SUV stuffed in a U-Haul to brighten your week.
From Arizona getting a roller coaster along a canyon to a mother killing a home intruder and protecting her children, this week was certainly not short of attention-grabbing stories.
Need a break from bad news? Check out these stories about precious toddlers, exploded toilets and a wanted man's interesting "disguise" to brighten your week.
Naomi Judd dies from complications of "mental illness," a 10-year-old girl who went missing was found murdered, and Arizona saw a $473M Powerball winner. We have this week's top stories.
Need a break from bad news? Check out these stories about a marriage with a 2-D computerized pop singer, decades-old McDonalds and the world's oldest woman to brighten your week.
A family of four was murdered, a bride and her caterer reportedly laced wedding food with drugs, a dog sitter was accused of animal abuse, and a boy's body was found in the woods by a mushroom hunter. These are the top stories that interested you the most from April 17-23.
Need a break from bad news? Check out these stories about the world's oldest dog, a missing teen found after three years and an unfortunate mishap on 4/20 to brighten your week.
A child being put into a dryer, a deer with a virus, and sadly, nearly 200 animals being found in a freezer, we were about even when it came to crime and animals, sometimes both being in the same story. Our crime stories were mostly based out of Arizona, including the ongoing manhunt for a man accused of shooting a Phoenix Police officer.
Need a break from bad news? Check out these stories about roaming cows, dog rescues and one incredible Phoenix teacher to brighten your week.
In this week's top stories, we look into a 20-year-old woman allegedly hitting and killing a man with her car during an argument, a look at the only three women on the state's death row, as well as a couple being accused of horrific crimes against a young child.
Need a break from bad news? Check out these stories about a Cheeto-eating javelina, a man living on a beer-only diet for Lent, and a man who has made a fortune from illegal robocallers to brighten your week.
Tragic deaths, drug and weapons busts, and an infant left for dead in a McDonald's restroom rounded out our top stories from March 27 to April 2. The story of a hiker leading a nearly 140-person hike in Arizona's Grand Canyon National Park made our list for the second week in a row, too.
Need a break from bad news? Check out these stories about bizarre lightning strikes, escaped flamingos, and an incredibly fast chicken nugget eater to brighten your week.
A hiker who led nearly 140 people on a Grand Canyon hike plead guilty, a Phoenix firefighter is accused of raping a woman after a night out, and a teen was killed when he fell off a free-fall ride. These are this week's top stories.
Need a break from bad news? Read about airborne trucks in tornadoes, bystanders stepping in to help, and baby rescues to help brighten your day.
This week's top stories were a mixed bag. From a particular Masked Singer reveal, a cold case being solved more than 6 decades later, to a TikTok challenge landing teens in hot water, we noticed the stories that piqued your interest the most didn't have a theme this last week.
It's time for a break from the bad news. From a sloth making an unexpected appearance on a zip line to some real animals being responsible for a church break-in, here are some of the more heartwarming and strange stories we covered from March 11-18 that have helped make the days a little brighter.