Cindy McCain tweeted the news of Roberta McCain's passing on Oct. 12, saying "It is with great sadness that I announce the death of my wonderful Mother In-law, Roberta McCain. I couldn’t have asked for a better role model or a better friend."
The drop in coronavirus cases in Arizona occurred after a statewide stay-at-home order was lifted, which resulted in a 151% spike in cases.
A Maricopa County man says he got an election mailer, but so did his wife who died in 2018. The elections department says this was an "anomaly" and there are safeguards in place to prevent instances like this.
Authorities said one of the alleged suspects in the operation, called “Home Alone 2,” is a former sheriff’s detective from Phoenix.
“As Sheriff of Pinal County, I am given the authority to deputize civilians to assist in law enforcement," Sheriff Mark Lamb said. "While we hope such an action is never required, we want to make sure those willing to step into the role are trained and ready.”
It's safe to say 14-year-old Angel Martinez will not forget about the lessons he learned anytime soon.
With COVID-19 cases surging in many states across the U.S., Texas and Arizona have requested refrigerated trucks in several counties that have nearly reached their morgue capacity.
Chad Daybell made a "not guilty" plea on Monday through his attorney after human remains, confirmed to be his stepchildren, were found at his Idaho home on June 9th. He's facing 2 counts of felony destruction and concealment of evidence.
On Monday, the husband of a woman whose racist tirade at a North Phoenix gas station was caught in a now-viral video spoke out about the incident.
The man behind the camera, Greg Conn, says an older white woman stormed inside and demanded help when her gas pump didn't work at the station located near Seventh Street and Greenway. Conn says she then told another woman who was being helped at the front counter, identified as Karina Rodriguez, to "go back to Mexico."
A Litchfield Park woman was arrested after she allegedly kicked a woman in her stomach while she was seven months pregnant, according to court documents obtained by FOX 10.
A high school teacher in Phoenix made a promise to one student that he would see her cross the graduation stage, and though the physical commencement ceremony was canceled, Jeff Schrock kept that promise.
An entire valley family is fighting for their lives after testing positive for COVID-19.
As restaurants and other businesses reopen in Arizona, they will be calling furloughed and laid off workers back as the state begins to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
A University of Arizona professor captured video of a Wile E. Coyote vs. Road Runner situation and his reaction is all of us.
“You can’t be too safe, especially when dealing with the elderly,” Danny Wolverton said.
At Crescent Crown Distributing, they are having to empty thousands and thousands of kegs because that beer is now spoiling.
Police in Tucson are looking for a suspect accused of hitting an elderly woman with a metal pipe.
Navajo County is one of the places hardest hit by the coronavirus in Arizona.
Another heartbreaking impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, a man says he couldn't be next to his wife as she passed away Sunday morning at the hospital.