An Arizona woman accused of mailing bomb-making instructions and promotional materials from terrorist groups to a state prison in what investigators say was a plot to kill a warden was booked on suspicion of terrorism.
When Metrocenter mall opened in 1973 many considered it "the place" to go in Phoenix. Located just off Interstate 17 between Dunlap and Peoria Avenues, Metrocenter was believed to be the first mall west of the Mississippi River to have five department stores.
A pilot project aimed at getting more Native Americans enrolled in Medicare and Medicaid made a stop in Phoenix. Officials with the Indian Health Service hoped to sign up at least 1,000 people at an event Wednesday.
A Pima Community College event Saturday focusing on science, technology, engineering and math — known as STEM — will offer something for people of all ages, including a talk by an engineer on NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover mission.
Top security officials in the United States and Mexico say they’re plan to create a high-level commission that will give continuity to bilateral efforts in the years beyond each country’s presidential elections.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to decide whether a Mexican family can sue a U.S. Border Patrol agent for the 2010 shooting death of their teenage son at the border between El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.
The Arizona Court of Appeals says married same-sex partners are entitled to the same parental rights as heterosexual couples. The case involves a lesbian couple who was legally married in 2008 but recently filed for divorce.
The issue of outside influence remains front and center in the race for Arizona’s Corporation Commission. On Tuesday, the five candidates, who are vying for three open seats on the commission, met for a debate on Arizona PBS hosted by the Arizona Clean Elections Commission.