Department of Public Safety spokesman Raul Garcia says the latest shooting involved a commercial truck. Its driver on Thursday reported finding a bullet hole in the cargo area after hours of making deliveries.
A new study says people in the pre-Hispanic American Southwest got their caffeine fix through trade routes that stretched hundreds of miles into modern-day Mexico and the American South, and regularly drank the holly and cacao-based chocolate beverages more than 1,000 years ago.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety said a passenger car's window was damaged when hit by an unspecified projectile. It's unclear if the incident involved a shooting, DPS spokesman Bart Graves said.
Chiles, both red and green, have been a part of New Mexican culture for more than a century, and now officials with the state Department of Agriculture are hoping to share the love. But doing so has come with a few challenges.
Unmanned aircraft vehicles, or drones, have been in the news a lot lately. Now a Phoenix City Council subcommittee is working to craft an ordinance that would make it illegal to operate a drone in certain instances.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey plans to attend an international conference on water technology in Israel next month as the state continues to expect a potential shortfall in its Colorado River water supply in coming years, his office announced Wednesday.