The ASU vs. UA football game is more than two weeks away but the rivalry traditions are already underway. Students on the ASU campus woke up Monday morning with the A on "A" Mountain painted red and blue.
Advocates for immigrants face a Monday deadline for voicing input into whether the U.S. Supreme Court should put on hold a ruling that struck down an Arizona law that denies bail to people in the country illegally who are charged with certain crimes.
For some families, a Thanksgiving turkey tradition involves a deep fryer and a lot of cooking oil. The end result is delicious. It can also be a mess to clean up, but the city of Mesa is expanding a holiday program to deal with that mess.
Officials say most campsites along the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon will be smaller and some sites might not be usable because of flooding intended to restore the river to mimic pre-dam conditions.
Former suburban school board member Diane Douglas narrowly won the race to become Arizona's top education official Sunday after running a one-issue campaign to repeal the Common Core education standards.
The west Valley is bracing for heavier-than-usual traffic this weekend. Thousands of NASCAR and football fans are expected to clog local freeways, but people who live in the area are prepared to stay home and off the road.