PHOENIX (Reuters) - The co-founder of the Minutemen civilian border patrol group that for several years watched for unauthorized immigrants crossing to Arizona from Mexico, was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of molesting three young girls. Full story
PHOENIX (Reuters) - An Arizona death row inmate who wrote to the state Supreme Court asking for a speedy execution died on Wednesday after being found unresponsive in his cell, authorities said. Full story
The Black Forest fire destroyed more than 500 homes in Colorado Springs and scorched 14,000 acres. Now, another fire near Prescott, Ariz., has resulted in hundreds of evacuations. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.
Aerialist Nik Wallenda finishes training in Florida for his upcoming 1500-foot-high walk across Arizona's Grand Canyon. SNN's Grant Boxtleitner reports.
Hundreds of people have been evacuated after the wind-whipped wildfire spread across 5,000 acres in just hours.
The Supreme Court struck down a 2004 Arizona voter ID law, which required voters to show proof of citizenship when they register to vote. Meanwhile, Republican Arizona Governor Jan Brewer today signed into a law a Medicaid expansion. MSNBC's Alex Wagner discusses what these developments mean with MS
The Arizona law was intended to prevent voter fraud, but the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that it violates the 20-year-old Motor Voter law. NBC’s Pete Williams reports.
A child and a senior citizen embrace in Sun City, Arizona, January 2013. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
Chris Simcox, president of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, listens to a volunteer's radio transmission on the scout line 23 miles north of the U.S. and Mexican border in the Avra Valley during the organization's month long muster near Three Points, Arizona, March 31, 2007. Picture taken March 31,
Chris Simcox, co-founder of the Minutemen civilian border patrol group and publisher of the Tombstone Tumbleweed in Tombstone, Arizona stands next to a gate during a break in patroling an area 5 miles north of the the Mexico U.S. border with his .45 cal semi-auto handgun on his hip for protection in
Charred cans burnt during the Doce Fire lie along a mountain side in Yavapai County, Arizona June 19, 2013. More than 500 firefighters were battling the Doce Fire, which has burned through 7,000 acres (2,830 hectares) of chaparral, pine and juniper since Tuesday morning near Prescott, about 100 mile