Arizona State University researchers estimate charitable donations in Arizona dropped more than $270 million in 2018.
Experts say a stunning case of alleged abuse involving a “sex dungeon” in Scottsdale highlights a trend in domestic violence cases: most victims of domestic violence recant.
A new survey says 1 in 10 Airbnb users in the United States has found a hidden camera during their stay.
Yuma agents apprehended more than 1,500 migrants over a 3-day period through Monday, said Yuma Sector Border Patrol spokesman Vincent Dulesky.
Former Maricopa County Attorney Rick Romley is coming out in support of Chief Ramon Batista as the chief faces an uprising from the unions representing his police officers.
Police say they've arrested a man on suspicion of breaking into a Phoenix house where a teen girl was home alone on Sunday morning.
The vote is the first of its kind against a Mesa police chief, said the president of the Mesa Police Association president.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients in Arizona had been paying in-state tuition rates until the state Supreme Court ruled last year they were ineligible.
President Donald Trump is proposing several changes to the U.S. asylum process.
An 8-year-old girl who fell out of a moving minvan on Interstate 10 in Buckeye earlier this month reportedly unbuckled her seat belt and inadvertently opened the van door.