The U.S. Marshals Office and Navajo County Sheriff's Office announced late Wednesday night the arrest of a couple who escaped from a transport vehicle with his fugitive wife last month. In a Facebook post, Navajo County authorities said Blane and Susan Barksdale were taken into custody on Wednesday evening without incident.
The 30-day review period for the draft deal ends this month. That deal — which the U.S. Department of Commerce and Mexican growers initialed in August — would raise the floor price of tomatoes, as well as limit the ability of buyers to be compensated for damaged loads.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is accepting applications for county attorney after Bill Montgomery was appointed to the Arizona Supreme Court. On Wednesday, the board appointed a seven-person citizen-committee to screen the applicants.
Mayor Kate Gallego announced a new effort called "I Count 2020," which will allow the city to monitor responses to the Census as they come in, even at the neighborhood level, to help tailor outreach in the community.
When it comes to Alzheimer’s disease, there is no cure and treatments are limited. In fact, it has been 15 years since the FDA approved any medication to treat the condition. But a new procedure could offer patients in the early stages of the disease hope.
The City of Phoenix celebrated plans for the addition of a mega playground at Margaret T. Hance Park just last month, but now, one of the park’s neighbors is voicing opposition to the installment — and the noise that could come with it.
Last week, the CDC announced an outbreak of lung-related illness associated with the use of e-cigarette or vaping products. At the time, there were 450 cases in 33 states, however Arizona wasn’t one of them. That changed this week.
Policymakers in Washington continue to discuss — mostly behind the scenes — whether they’ll make any changes to U.S. gun laws. But one effect from the deadly shootings in Dayton and El Paso is that some national retailers are modifying what they sell.
Standing out among 60 representatives at the state House isn’t always easy, but freshman Democratic Rep. Alma Hernandez, the sister of fellow Rep. Daniel Hernandez, isn’t just making waves here at home, she’s also drawing national attention.
A bill that would have created special banks in California to handle money from that state’s marijuana businesses appears to be stalled, but medical marijuana dispensaries in Arizona will have a new way to handle their money.
More than 50 years ago, a concerted effort by a few geologists convinced NASA to add a science element to its Apollo lunar missions. Now, two geologists — one of them a former astronaut — are renewing the call.