4 hrs ago | Seattle Times
A Republican member of the Arizona House who supports GOP Gov. Jan Brewer's push to expand Medicaid received an obscene and threatening voicemail at her office, a sign that the rancorous debate over embracing a signature component of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul in the state is far from over.
4 hrs ago | Phoenix New Times
Residents of the historic Coronado District are usually pretty proud to tell you where they live.
5 hrs ago | KTAR
A Tempe teenager accused of having an improvised explosive device in his bedroom in his family's home has pleaded not guilty.
5 hrs ago | KTAR
Sandra moved from the small border city of Yuma, Arizona to study Broadcast Journalism at Arizona State University in the late 90's. Since graduating, she's worked at several local T.V. stations including Univision, Fox 10 and 3TV.
6 hrs ago | Downtown Phoenix Journal
Many artists spend an inordinate amount of time thinking when, really, they want to change the world .
7 hrs ago | Phoenix New Times
Food festival season is in full swing in other parts of the country, but in the Valley of the Sun, it's already too hot to crowd around outside with a thousand other people to score a bite of meat grilled over the open flame -- even if it is insanely delicious.
11 hrs ago | Downtown Phoenix Journal
Public screening and discussion tour for PBS special celebrating Latino American history opens with arts and culture event in downtown Phoenix Eight, Arizona PBS in partnership with the City of Phoenix Latino Institute , will host two events on May 23 to launch the new three-part, six-hour PBS documentary series Latino Americans .
14 hrs ago | KTAR
The city of Bisbee is moving forward with a new version of a proposed local law allowing civil unions, and a spokeswoman for Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne said Horne won't sue to try to block it.
A ruling that allows the Tohono O'odham Nation to build a sprawling, Las Vegas-style casino in suburban Phoenix is improper because it is based on an objective interpretation of Arizona's gambling compact, state officials said in a court filing submitted Wednesday.
A Phoenix police officer killed in a hit-and-run accident Sunday will be buried Saturday following a funeral service the same day.
On the morning of Friday, April 12, two men walked into the Cash America-Superpawn near Indian School Road and 39th Avenue carrying firearms and wearing masks.
Junior golfers ages 17 and under will play for FREE every day, all day at any of the three city of Phoenix nine-hole courses this summer, when accompanied by a paid adult.
Carla Morrison's return to the Valley is a bit of a homecoming: She attended high school at Marcos de Niza and took music classes at Mesa Community College before dropping out to perform with friends in Tempe's Babaluca.
Four punk legends walked into a bar. That's not the setup to some lame knee-slapper, but rather a precise description of what transpired Tuesday night in downtown Phoenix.
University of Phoenix and the Cleantech Open, the world's largest cleantech business accelerator, are launching a new internship program to give UOP students and alumni the opportunity to learn more about clean and sustainable technologies.
Hundreds of Phoenix police officers converged on a Valley school Wednesday morning in a show of support for one of their own.
Dominguez told Phoenix TV station KPHO that his teenage son has struggled with addiction to the synthetic marijuana product known as "spice." The 27-year police veteran said he twice went to a Peoria smoke shop and threatened to kill the clerk and burn the place down if they didn't stop selling spice to his son.
Phoenix-based Cole Corporate Income Trust Inc. recently purchased the 234,000-square-foot headquarters of national meat purveyor Hillshire Brands Co.