On Monday, the nation lost one of its most memorable political scalawags. Hated by some, beloved by many, Richard Gregory Tuck, or Dick Tuck, as his friends and enemies knew him, passed away in Tucson on Memorial Day.
Shows like "CSI" and "Bones" have raised the profile of the law’s scientific side. But what goes into a real-life forensic science education? Take a look inside the forensic science program at Arizona State University's West campus.
Don Shooter, the former Arizona lawmaker who became the first kicked out of a state Legislature since the #MeToo movement began because of a lengthy pattern of sexual misconduct, is running for office again.
The Prescott National Forest has become the fifth national forest in Arizona to close large areas to the public because of dangerous wildfire conditions while red flag wildfire warning go into effect in other areas of the state.
The South Mountain Freeway project is underway and the latest highway design plan has left some small community members angry, some of whom came to a public meeting last night meant to address concerns.
Two-thirds of Arizona’s delegation to the U.S. House of Representative gathered in downtown Phoenix Wednesday for a hearing on the opioid crisis and border security, and Gov. Doug Ducey was among the witnesses who testified.