WASHINGTON - Arizona residents Crystal Van Dyke and Jamie Wooldridge were some of the first in line to pay respects to famed evangelist Rev. Billy Graham as he was lying in honor in the Capitol Rotunda, one of few civilians accorded the honor.
3 major retailers across the country ban sale of guns, ammunition to customers younger than 21 years old
In a statement released Wednesday morning, Dick's CEO said they will no longer sell assault rifles or high capacity magazines.
Tempe opened a 50-unit development, Valor on Eighth near downtown that has been leased to 45 low-income residents, including 13 veterans and their families.
WASHINGTON - A USDA plan to more strictly enforce a work requirement for able-bodied food stamp recipients could mean the rule would apply in all but the two Arizona counties with the highest jobless rate - down from the current 12 counties and most Indian reservations.
A three-day Arizona Falconers Association Desert Hawking Classic showcased falconers - people who train birds of prey to hunt for sport.
The rage room, where people can smash away with anger by taking a hammer or bat to vases, TV sets and keyboards.
In Arizona, some women are making moves, literally, to protect themselves using an Israeli self-defense system called Krav Maga.
Widespread flu activity has made the 2017-18 season one of the worst in years, especially in Arizona. Every county in the state has confirmed an influenza infection this season, and about 19,000 more Arizonans have been infected compared with last year.
Members of a nonprofit environmental advocacy group on Thursday urged the public to pay attention to governmental policies they call "regressive."
WASHINGTON - Attorney General Jeff Sessions' vow to not "cede a single community, one block or one street corner, to violent gangs and drug dealers" in the fight against opioids was well received at a meeting of sheriffs that included Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier.
Rep. Kelli Butler, D-Paradise Valley, introduced a bill that would require body art establishments - which covers places that do tattoos, piercings, branding and scarifications - to get a health certificate.
At the second annual Arizona Opioid Summit, experts traded knowledge on the opioid epidemic and how it affects Arizona.