On March 5, 2021, Arizona lost one of its last surviving Tuskegee Airmen. Retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Robert Ashby passed away after a prolific and barrier-breaking life.
Teresa Ferrin discovered the Purple Heart — along with several other military awards — at a thrift shop in Phoenix where she volunteers once a week.
The so-called "QAnon Shaman" Jacob Chansley says he regrets storming the Capitol and expressed disappointment with former President Donald Trump.
A Phoenix man is now left to care for several small children after his wife, 36, died weeks after giving birth prematurely to twins. The babies are still in the NICU.
Children are being hospitalized for COVID-19 at record numbers in Arizona, according to a Banner Health spokesperson on Jan. 17. She backs up her claim with data that looked at trending numbers for several months in 2020.
A 3-year-old Arizona boy is recovering after contracting a staph infection that forced him to have his legs and a few fingers amputated.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey defended the state's voting laws and their integrity Monday night in a series of tweets.
Coming with the certification, Arizona voters chose to make recreational marijuana legal in the state by passing Proposition 207. What's this mean for the workplace?
President Donald Trump is shown support in Phoenix the night of Nov. 4 as election results continue to roll in from around the country.
Dozens of angry supporters of President Donald Trump converged on vote-counting centers in Detroit and Phoenix as the returns went against him Wednesday in the two key states.
The video, released on October 22, shows the officer running towards the child and pulling him out of the way of traffic.
Isiah Carey interviews Damarys Gonzalez-Rodiles.