An Arizona-based space technology company is planning to launch a microsatellite later this year at the spaceport on Alaska's Kodiak Island.
Authorities say an Idaho man has been arrested in northwestern Arizona for allegedly trying to take his three young children away from their mother and drive them to Mexico.
A newborn baby girl was found dead in a women's restroom inside an Amazon distribution center and investigators have located and spoken with the mother, Phoenix police said Thursday.
Arizona has lost its No. 1 goalie for the season and several regulars to significant injuries. But the Coyotes have not lost their fight.
A Salt River policeman killed on duty when he was struck by a car was eulogized Tuesday as one of the hardest-working officers in the department.
Authorities in northern Arizona had a sweet mess on their hands after a tank trucker's trailer detached from the truck and rolled on its side on slick pavement, spilling a river of liquid chocolate onto westbound lanes of Interstate 40.
A man who police say placed a 3-foot alligator on top of another man in Connecticut as part of an extortion attempt has pleaded guilty to reduced charges.
A group of Navajo Nation elders is using traditional storytelling to try to pass down their native language to the next generation.
Regulators wanted to remove developmentally disabled patients from a Phoenix long-term care facility years before a woman in a vegetative state gave birth, Arizona's largest newspaper reported Sunday.
Tempe treasures the inverted pyramid-shaped building that's served as City Hall for nearly 50 years and is regarded as an eye-catching landmark in the Phoenix suburb.
Former Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph has been hired as the defensive coordinator on new Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury’s staff.
More than 100 of the 544 charter schools in Arizona are in danger of closing because of excessive debt and other financial troubles, according to a recent report.
A judge has upheld a company's right to mine for copper, ruling that the town of Florence is bound by its approval of a 2003 development agreement with the property's former owner.
Glendale has become the latest city in Arizona to ban the use of handheld cellphones while driving.
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says a deputy was hospitalized after being seriously injured after being struck by a vehicle at an accident scene in Queen Creek on the southeastern outskirts of metro Phoenix.
Dallas ended a seven-game losing streak against Phoenix with a 104-94 victory over the last-place Suns on Wednesday night.
Remy Martin is getting increasingly comfortable coming off the bench, even as Arizona State coach Bobby Hurley is making plans to change that.
Arizona coach Sean Miller called it the "hidden story of the game," on the Wildcats turning the ball over twice in the second half.
Three weeks after coming to the Phoenix Suns, Kelly Oubre Jr. says he's starting to feel comfortable.
The Arizona Cardinals have hired former Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury, a move aimed at providing guidance for young quarterback Josh Rosen and resuscitating the worst offense in the NFL.
The sheriff of the state's largest county on Monday acknowledged missteps in his office's investigation of a shelter for immigrant children and said he'll hire two auditors to help ensure reports of crimes against minors get proper attention.
An autopsy has determined that a Northern Arizona University student found in a flood control channel had drowned.
A former DEA agent in Arizona was sentenced to five years of probation after pleading guilty to selling firearms without a license.
Arizona officials have launched an anti-opioid campaign they say targets the state's adolescents with a pair of videos showing teens trapped inside a pain pill and behind hypodermic needles that are made to look like prison bars.
Six people have died in a head-on collision on a northern Arizona highway.
A woman said to have been in a vegetative state for at least a decade at a private health care facility in Phoenix reportedly gave birth recently, triggering a police investigation and reviews by state agencies in a situation that the state governor's office called "deeply troubling.'"
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The calendar has turned over to a new year, but the agriculture industry in southwestern Arizona's Yuma area isn't forgetting an E. coli outbreak last April that dealt financial setbacks to growers and distributors of romaine lettuce and other leafy greens.
Marcin Gortat figures he is the beneficiary of coach Doc Rivers' New Year's resolution.
A settlement will provide $22 million in debt relief for Arizona students who attended certain for-profit schools and online courses.
Prosecutors face a Friday deadline for responding to Jodi Arias' appeal of her murder conviction in the 2008 death of her former boyfriend.
Stocks tumbled Thursday on Wall Street, with technology companies suffering their worst loss in seven years, after Apple reported that iPhone sales in China are slumping.
A collision on southbound Interstate 17 near Sunset Point north of Black Canyon City killed a child and closed the route between Phoenix and northern Arizona for about four hours Thursday morning.
U.S. authorities fired tear gas into Mexico during the first hours of the new year to repel about 150 migrants who tried to breach the border fence in Tijuana.
A third dolphin has died at an Arizona aquatic facility.
Snow was falling on cacti in southern Arizona, while Anchorage saw balmy weather – at least by Alaska standards.
One Vermont community is celebrating the holidays and the winter solstice with a massive bonfire and what they hope will be the world's largest s'more.
The new year marks the start of numerous new state laws affecting a broad swath of life – from birth to marriage to death and, of course, taxes.
Arizona authorities say five people have been arrested in connection with a deadly shooting at a Phoenix apartment complex over the weekend.
As the year draws to a close, Associated Press reporters on the front lines of some of the year's heartbreaking stories offer up accounts of compassion and decency.
People mourned at ceremonies at the Capitol and North Phoenix Baptist Church before his body was carried to Washington for services and finally to the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, for burial.
A lion killed a young worker at a wildlife center Sunday after it got loose from a locked space, the center said.
Police are investigating the suspicious death of a man who was found on a street in Tucson's south side.
Social Security checks will go out and troops will remain at their posts. Doctors and hospitals will receive their Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements.
The U.S military has given a $2 million grant to a University of Arizona research team developing bone re-growth technology, with the hope it could one day help wounded soldiers.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen went to an Arizona border city Saturday on the second day of a southwest tour following the recent death of another Guatemalan migrant child in U.S. government custody.
A proposed monument at the Arizona Capitol would recall the migration story of thousands of Mormon settlers who made difficult treks from Utah to Arizona in the 19th century.
The 2-year-old son of a Yemeni woman who sued for a waiver from the Trump administration's travel ban to be with the ailing boy in the United States has died, an advocacy group said.
A son of Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is scheduled to appear in court after being arrested on suspicion of using a fake ID to get into a bar
Arizona will receive $37.1 million from Wells Fargo & Co. under a 50-state $575 million settlement to resolve claims that the bank violated state consumer protection laws.