The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation reopened Hoover Dam to the public Tuesday, seven months after it closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sunbathers understand the benefits of applying sunscreen, but in America’s hottest big city the same concept is being tested at street level in the hope of bringing some lasting relief from the relentless Arizona sun.
With 15,000 people or more packing a re-election campaign rally in Prescott Monday, President Donald Trump repeatedly disputed poll numbers that indicate his opponent, Democrat Joe Biden, has a slight lead in the state.
Police in the Phoenix suburb of Mesa are asking for the public’s help in identifying a drive-by shooter who opened fire on a food truck seating area and wounded seven people including three young children.
Arizona added 30,200 new jobs last month. But the question of what that means in an unemployment rate is a little less certain.
If you think you're going to bed on election night knowing who was chosen, Secretary of State Katie Hobbs has a bit of advice. Think again.
A federal appeals court has rejected a bid to give an extra 10 days after Election Day to count ballots mailed by Navajo Nation members living on the Arizona portion of the tribe's reservation.
The average number of daily coronavirus cases in Arizona has risen over the last two weeks, prompting one public health expert to warn on Wednesday that the situation was reminiscent of when cases started to increase exponentially during the summer.
Public schools in Arizona that have weathered a decade of funding cuts with only partial restoration could see a big infusion of cash if a ballot measure backed by teachers and advocacy groups passes in November, but opponents say Proposition 208 will hurt the economy and only bring partial relief.
Arizona Democrat Mark Kelly says his campaign raised nearly $39 million during the third quarter.
An appeals court on Tuesday night ordered an early end to an extension of Arizona’s voter registration deadline that was ordered by a judge after pandemic restrictions led to a decrease in people signing up to vote.
Appeals court judges considering whether to give an extra 10 days after election day to count ballots mailed from Navajo Nation members living on the Arizona reservation peppered lawyers with questions Tuesday over how such ballots would be distinguished for counting from those of other voters.
An appeals court considering whether to put on hold an extension of Arizona’s voter registration posed tough questions at a hearing Monday over whether state law allows such an extension.
Arizona voters will decide whether the state joins nearly a dozen others across the nation that have legalized recreational marijuana when they head to the polls on Nov. 3.
Navajo Nation health officials on Monday reported 30 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and six more deaths.
Arizona Sen. Martha McSally called in one of the Republican Party's most prominent foreign policy hands Monday to press her case that Democrat Mark Kelly has problematic ties to China.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is investigating allegations that workers have illegally dumped waste from border wall construction into Mexico, where the metal is being sold on the black market.
Proponents of more time to register to vote say Attorney General Mark Brnovich is having what amounts to buyer's remorse in failing to defend the deadline in the first place.
The FBI is reminding the public that a hefty reward remains on the table a quarter-century after someone sabotaged railroad tracks in the Arizona desert, resulting in the deadly derailment of an Amtrak passenger train.
An 84-acre ranch is being added to the Prescott National Forest to help protect the natural state of the Upper Verde River and eventually enhance public access to the river's scenic course in north-central Arizona.
An Arizona lawmaker who was on a ventilator at a Maryland hospital's intensive care unit ill with COVID-19 is now breathing on his own, his wife announced Thursday.
Vice President Mike Pence applauded President Donald Trump on Thursday for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, his opposition to abortion and his support for police, during a pair of campaign stops in the Southwest.
With her parents at his side, Gov. Doug Ducey unveiled a painting Thursday designed to honor the memory of slain ISIS hostage Kayla Mueller.