The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and citizen posses will be out at area malls again this holiday season. Over 200 posse members will pitch in to deter potential crimes. It's a continuation of a program Joe Arpaio championed; Arpaio was ousted by new Sheriff Paul Penzone in last year's election.
Republican Gov. Doug Ducey says he would prefer that the GOP was running someone other than Roy Moore to fill a vacant U.S. Senate seat in Alabama after seven women accused Moore of sexual misconduct. Some of the women were underage at the time.
The Senate Appropriations Committee approved more than $1 billion in increase to border security, keeping alive President Donald Trump’s promise of new walls and more agents along the U.S.-Mexico border.
From our archives: For some Native Americans, Thanksgiving is not quite the same kind of celebration that it is for other Americans. After all, the Pilgrim arrival and settlement didn’t exactly work out well for the Natives.
When we think of bike share in the Valley so far, it’s always been about GR:D system. Those are the bright green bikes with the smiley face on the basket that calls itself the “official bike share” of Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa.
The Department of the Interior is outlining steps aimed at increasing energy production on federal lands. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says boosting production of resources like oil and gas creates jobs and enhances the nation’s energy security.
Mexican trade officials for the first time say they’re preparing for a future without the North American Free Trade Agreement, with the country’s top NAFTA negotiator saying that is the best way to approach current negotiations.
Here in Arizona, shade is a commodity. That’s why when visitors to downtown Phoenix’s Renaissance Square showed up recently, they were a bit miffed to find that the 8 large ficus trees that surrounded the square, had suddenly been removed.
Over the weekend, Border Patrol agent Rogelio Martinez was found dead in southwest Texas. There has been speculation that the agents were attacked by drug smugglers, while others say it may have been an accident. With me to explain more about what’s going on is Julian Aguilar, border and immigration affairs reporter for The Texas Tribune.
In recent years, many people have left or been kicked out of the FLDS church, and Short Creek, as well as many of the families within it, are divided. So how did things get to be so complicated in such a small community?