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Officials say more than 200 people were arrested in Arizona for DUI-related offenses over St. Patrick's Day weekend.
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Mickey, a pit bull, is being held at West Valley Animal Care Center in Phoenix, Ariz.
Traffic backed up for several miles Sunday afternoon after a construction zone accident in the Virgin River Gorge blocked the northbound lanes of Interstate 15. There were no injuries reported in the accident itself, which involved a semi truck and a passenger vehicle, but in the limited space in the gorge where traffic is limited to one lane ... (more)
The detective, who was assigned to Chandler's Family Crimes Unit, was off duty at the time of the incident.
Detective Sean McKenzie, 41, died after being involved in an accident along State Route 347 near Riggs Road, according to Joseph Favazzo, spokesman for the Chandler Police Department.
"An enlightened citizenry is indispensable for the proper functioning of a republic.
The Arizona House of Representatives spent several hours this week debating five pro-gun bills Republicans say protect Arizonans from ongoing attacks on 2nd Amendment rights but which Democrats say are unnecessary and a waste of time.
On this date in 1860, Mrs. Larcena Page was kidnapped from her husband's lumber camp in Madera Canyon.
Authorities say a 30-year-old Flagstaff father of four was fatally hit by a car while trying to retrieve a rabbit cage that fell out of his truck bed.
A cat is recovering at the Arizona Humane Society after being burned in an apartment fire last week.
That is the question to be answered by a major Constitutional lawsuit filed by three animal massage therapists and the Institute for Justice in the Superior Court of Maricopa County, Ariz.
A man convicted after his third trial in the 1991 killings of nine people, including six monks, at a suburban Phoenix Buddhist temple is set for sentencing and faces life in prison.
Northern Arizona Rehabilitation and Fitness has been named Verde Pride Business of the Year based on each employee's service to the community.
New figures Thursday from the state Department of Administration showed 2.53 million Arizonans with jobs in January.
The thousands of ignored allegations of neglect and abuse that went uninvestigated isn't the only crisis Arizona's Child Protective Services is dealing with.
State senator and Arizona Secretary of State candidate Michele Reagan became a fiscal conservative the old-fashioned way: She and her family owned a small business and the government represented a significant threat to the bottom line.