The Arizona State Board of Education will be meeting Tuesday and among the topics of discussion will be replacing its executive director, Christine Thompson, who late last week announced her resignation.
A strong thunderstorm moved through downtown Phoenix Monday night, sending rain pouring through the stadium's closed roof during the first inning of a game between the Diamondbacks and San Diego Padres.
One of New Mexico's highest-ranking officials pleaded not guilty Tuesday to fraud, embezzlement and other charges after being accused of funneling campaign contributions to her personal bank accounts and withdrawing large sums of money at casinos around the state.
A wall of water swept away two vehicles carrying women and children in a Utah-Arizona border town, killing at least eight people and leaving five others missing in a community that served as a home base for polygamous sect leader Warren Jeffs, authorities said.
Jacob Harvey's apology came after the teacher's attorney read a lengthy statement from her describing how the January 2014 rape had traumatized her and led to what she called "unwanted psychological reactions, unwanted memories and psychological distress."
The Arizona Department of Health Services is legally required to post the materials as part of a new state law that requires doctors to tell patients there is a possibility of reversing a medication abortion.
Every time the various players in Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s contempt of court case show up in court, it costs Maricopa County taxpayers close to $2,000 an hour in legal fees to private law firms, according to estimates based on county records.