For two and a half years, Matt grew out his hair after his mom lost hers. Out of six kids, his was the closest in color and texture. "It's a no-brainer," said Matt of donating his hair. "She gave me the hair in the first place."
Court documents provided graphic details into acts of abuse allegedly committed by the grandmother of a child who was found unresponsive inside a Scottsdale hotel room last January. The child later died, and now, the grandmother and her husband are accused of murder.
"Baby Holly" has been found alive 42 years after her parents were found murdered in a wooded area of Houston. Texas officials said she was dropped off at an Arizona church decades ago by two women who identified themselves as members of a nomadic religious group.
“We are devastated to learn of Jeff Gladney’s passing. Our hearts go out to his family, friends and all who are mourning this tremendous loss,” the Cardinals said in a statement.
A Gilbert couple in Arizona claimed millions after they purchased the winning $473 million ticket to the Powerball drawing a day before numbers were picked. The couple claimed permanent anonymity.
An Arizona man faces animal cruelty charges after 183 dead dogs, rabbits, birds and other animals were found in a freezer, including some that were apparently frozen while alive.
A gym in Phoenix is using Will Smith's now-infamous slap of Academy Award host Chris Rock in a motivational poster of sorts.
Gov. Doug Ducey signed Senate Bill 1164 on Wednesday, March 30, which outlaws abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy. It mirrors a Mississippi law now being considered by the nation’s high court.
Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner was arrested at a Moscow airport after Russian authorities said a search of her luggage revealed vape cartridges.
In a unique situation for people of the catholic faith, a priest in Arizona is stepping down because diocesan officials in Phoenix determined the words he was using during baptisms were wrong, thus invalidating them.
The sheriff's office provided an update days later saying a man who reportedly entered the U.S. illegally was killed after being shot several times by a border patrol agent on Feb. 19.
An hours-long barricade situation in south Phoenix left one woman and nine police officers injured early Friday morning, officials said.
The machine being played by Robert Taylor malfunctioned due to a "communication error" and neither he nor the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino realized that he'd won a progressive jackpot
Chris Ronzio, CEO of software company Trainual, is offering a $5,000 bonus for new hires to quit after just two weeks into their new jobs.
A young Arizona boy is back home after he survived being alone for 24 hours in the southern Arizona desert.
A Scottsdale woman experienced a Christmas miracle of sorts after she was reunited with her dog, which she last saw two years ago.
A group of teens in Phoenix saw Christmas decorations that had fallen, and to the surprise of the family, they were caught on video fixing the decorations. "I'm glad during Christmas we were able to do something that uplifted him so much."
Negotiators for California, Arizona and Nevada signed an agreement Wednesday to voluntarily reduce their use of Colorado River water by 500,000 acre-feet in 2022 and 2023 to help stave off another round of mandatory cutbacks.
Hicks later admitted to being under the influence of fentanyl, police said.
A World War II veteran and Pearl Harbor survivor needs your help to celebrate his milestone 100th birthday by sending him birthday cards to celebrate his big day on Dec. 13.