President Barack Obama has chosen Arizona for the next stop on his middle-class speech tour.Full story
Two shuttered power plants near the small eastern Arizona town of Snowflake have been purchased by a company controlled by Arizona state Sen. Bob Worsley, sending an economic lifeline to the town hurt by the job losses associated with the shutdowns. Full story
Spirit Airlines Inc. is moving its Arizona service to Sky Harbor International Airport in central Phoenix from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in suburban Mesa. Full story
The Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd talks about the transformation of Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., from the president’s bitter rival into a key ally and legislative partner.
Ron Macumber had spent decades convinced his father was guilty. But evidence gathered by the Arizona justice project begins to change his mind.
The famous case of the murder on lovers’ lane was finally closed. Bill Macumber was given two consecutive life sentences. But while most men would have given up, Bill sees an opportunity to turn his life and the case around.
Reporters take a look at the spot where 19 Arizona firefighters lost their lives earlier this month. KPNX’s Joe Dana reports.
Dierks Bentley, Kimberly Perry, Randy Houser, and other country music stars performed Tuesday at a “Country Cares” concert in Arizona to benefit the families of the 19 firefighters who died in the Yarnell Hill fire.
TEMPE, AZ - OCTOBER 1: Quarterback Sam Keller #9 of the Arizona State Sun Devils passes the ball during the game against the USC Trojans on October 1, 2005 at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona. USC won 38-28. *** Local Caption *** Sam Keller
The Hyatt Hotel in Phoenix, Arizona is seen in this file photo taken November 4, 2009. Hyatt Hotels Corp, which owns the Park Hyatt, Grand Hyatt and Andaz hotels, reported a higher quarterly profit as increased demand in the United States helped room rates and occupancy. REUTERS/Joshua Lott/Files
A tour bus swept away by flood waters near Dolan Springs, Arizona is pictured in this July 28, 2013 handout photo. Flash floods swept the Las Vegas-bound bus and its 33 passengers 300 yards down the roadway before flipping the bus on its side. All 33 passengers escaped through the bus windows. REUT
This photo released by the Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District shows a Las Vegas-bound tour bus lieing on its side in a flooded desert wash near Dolan Springs, Ariz., Sunday, July 28, 2013, after being swept away by floodwaters amid heavy rains. The bus, which had left the Grand Canyon Sky