MESA, AZ - A QuikTrip store clerk has died after being shot in Mesa early Thursday morning.
Arizona State University police officer Stewart Ferrin was supposed to be fired this week. The ASU police chief has placed him back on indefinite administrative leave pending further review.
Lane restrictions are scheduled to be in place along sections of Loop 202 (Red Mountain Freeway) in Mesa this weekend as work continues on a freeway-widening project.
There has always been a fair amount of discontent with Arizona Interscholastic Association and the member schools it regulates.
On Wednesday, Lincoln Property Management broke ground on the Class A office space in Mesa Riverview, which it announced back in June.
“Just read an article that listed the seven top states with the highest percentage of people on Food Stamps. The District of Columbia is No. 1 with almost 1 in 4 receiving Food Stamps. I thought we were paying our representatives better than that.”
Fans of “Firefly” and other Joss Whedon offerings will be happy to know their idol is also concerned about the future of education, starting right here in Mesa.
Don and Carolyn Riedlinger aren't celebrities, but the couple still live behind a locked gate to keep the public away. "We have to keep it shut or they drive in," Carolyn said. "Now they just take pictures."
A former teacher at Highland High School in Gilbert was sentenced to eight years in prison on Jan. 16 for having sex with an underage student.
Super Bowl Sunday and the week heading into it are expected to increase consumer spending exponentially and not just in the region surrounding University of Phoenix Stadium.
Have you ever played the license plate game, the one where you try to find plates from different states, to pass the time during epic car trips? Watching “The Boy Next Door” evokes a similar reaction; there's really nothing you can do but count the differing clichés and try to remember the last time a Jennifer Lopez movie was a sign of excitement.
Gilbert resident Frank Gray vowed after his first marathon that he would never run another one. But then he ran another, and another, and then another. Now, he will run in his 100th marathon in February at the Phoenix Marathon.
PHOENIX -- Saying "dreamers'' are here legally, a federal judge late Thursday permanently blocked the state from denying them licenses to drive.
John Andes has countless stories to tell about his 104-year journey. Whether joy or heartbreak, he offers a smile and a silver lining in everything the world has brought him through a century and beyond.
Chandler Intel employee Bill Hoddy’s volunteer efforts across Arizona have given him a shot at winning a prestigious regional leadership award.
Travis Schureman was a bit perplexed, much like everyone else, but he isn’t as concerned as others about where the Queen Creek football program will land once divisional placement is finalized.
A 20-year-old Apache Junction woman was sentenced to 12.5 years in prison on a charge of second-degree murder in connection with a case where she conspired with one of her boyfriends to kill another out of jealously while driving him in a pickup truck in 2008.
As fans and visitors descend upon the Valley for the week leading up to the biggest sporting event of the year, so are dollars for the area’s private airports.
The impulse is so foreign and wrong that once the thought of giving up enters the mind it can destroy the foundation of an athlete’s will.
The stars have aligned for country western sensation Lucy Angel as they step into the spotlight this month. The mother-daughter trio said farewell to Mesa, Arizona over a decade ago and have not looked back. Headlined by mother Kate Anderton, and daughters Lindsay and Emily, the family moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue their dreams of playing country music.