John McCain, Senator And Former Presidential Candidate, Dies At 81McCain, who has died at the age of 81, was a naval bomber pilot, prisoner of war, conservative maverick, giant of the Senate, twice-beaten presidential candidate and an abrasive American hero with a twinkle in his eye.
White Castle Opens First Arizona LocationWhite Castle announced Friday that Arizonans will now have access to one of America's best burgers.
Drug Tunnel From Mexico To Arizona Found Under Former KFCThe tunnel ran 22 feet deep, and traveled nearly 590 feet underground from a former KFC restaurant to a home across the border in Mexico.
Report: Secret Drug Smuggling Tunnel Discovered Under Former KFCA tunnel that stretches from a former Kentucky Fried Chicken in Arizona all the way to a home in Mexico was discovered last week by investigators, who believe the secret passageway was used for drug smuggling.
'Threatened' Homeowner Goes Viral After Calling Police On HikerA property dispute has gone viral after an Arizona homeowner was filmed calling police on a hiker he claimed had roamed onto his land.
Arizona State Trooper In Training Shot And Killed Near PhoenixA person who was fighting with police along Interstate 10 near Phoenix took an officer's gun and shot two Arizona state troopers Wednesday night, killing one of them, authorities said.
Flash Flood Sends Tourists To High Ground Near Grand CanyonRescue workers evacuated most of the 200 tourists after two rounds of flooding hit the Havasupai reservation, deep in a gorge off the Grand Canyon.
Alligator Named 'Mr. Stubbs' Gets Prosthetic TailVets believe the gator lost it in a fight with another gator and just like humans losing a limb, the injury affected his ability to do everyday things.
Newly Released Bodycam Videos Show Moments Before Mesa Officers Beat Unarmed ManOfficers, who are part of a police department that has been under scrutiny beforefor excessive force, are seen punching Robert Johnson repeatedly before wrestling him to the ground.
School Apologizes For 'Most Likely To Bomb The U.S.' Yearbook SuperlativeMuslim student at Arizona school voted 'Most Likely to Bomb the U.S.' in yearbook
Nearly 200 Dead Horses Found Amid Southwest Drought"These animals were searching for water to stay alive. In the process, they unfortunately burrowed themselves into the mud and couldn't escape because they were so weak."
Illinois Woman Rescued After Falling Into Crevice In ArizonaCrews have rescued a 70-year-old Illinois woman who fell about 50 feet into a deep crevice in the ground near Grand Canyon West.
CVS Health Corp. To Cut 600 Employees In 3 StatesCVS Health has announced that it is letting go of about 600 employees as it streamlines operations in what it calls an effort to save money and better serve customers.
Must-See Sites Along Route 66A look at five must-see sites along one of America's most famous highways -- Route 66
5 Valentine's Day Weekend Getaway IdeasEnjoy a romantic weekend getaway for two, or for the whole family at any of these wonderful destination cities. With lots of activities, romantic spots and other hidden fun, you'll be planning another trip out there as soon as possible.