An Arizona Department of Public Safety trooper has been arrested on suspicion of forgery, fraud, theft and other charges. DPS officials say 27-year-old Pedro Javier Aguila Muniz was arrested Wednesday at the department's headquarters.
Dozens of protesters blocked a downtown Phoenix street and disrupted light rail traffic outside an Immigration and Customs Enforcement office ahead of federal roundups that were expected Sunday in other cities across the country.
Last month, a worker at a Goodwill store in Tucson found a Purple Heart medal while he was sifting through donations. Now it has been returned to relatives of Nick D’Amelio, who was awarded the medal after his death.
Extreme heat will continue for the Phoenix metro region this weekend. James Sawtelle with the National Weather Service in Phoenix said areas in higher elevations throughout the state could experience rain.
With the arrival of monsoon season comes an increase in blowing dust. And an increase in blowing dust unfortunately can lead to an increase in serious crashes along Interstate 10. The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality is trying to keep drivers safe by treating areas along the I-10 corridor with soil stabilizers.
Dozens of human rights groups and migrant advocates signed a letter Friday warning a possible agreement to designate Guatemala as a safe country for U.S. asylum seekers could put thousand of migrants in danger.
Formerly incarcerated people say early-release bill has left them unequipped to re-enter society. Several former Arizona inmates who spoke to KJZZ said on the condition of anonymity said they had been released without basic documents needed to transition back into society.
Arizona's monsoon storms are an unpredictable weather phenomenon unique to the desert Southwest. Matt Pace, former TV news meteorologist, now with the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, tells The Show how the storms develop.