A Chandler woman says she stood guard by 30 of her neighbors' mailboxes Friday, after finding at least two rows left open.
A serial killer who has confessed to at least 90 murders, claims to have killed at least one of his victims in Phoenix.
Steve Gaynor has conceded, and Katie Hobbs has declared victory in the race for Secretary of State. This comes nearly a week and a half after Arizona’s mid-term election and the Associated Press preemptively calling the race for Gaynor.
A bird rescue center in Peoria is trying to find the owner of one colorfully dressed pigeon.
Salpointe defeats Sahuaro 53-6 in state semis
Organizers say tattoo event still on regardless of notice from Public Health
Spoiled Rotten Boutique sends supplies to Paradise after community donation drive
Nineteen-year-old Kiera Bergman was found dead in September after disappearing from her Glendale apartment. Investigators found her body off SR-85 and Hazen Road in the West Valley. For Bergman's family, life comes and goes one day at a time. Now, they are focused on giving back in Bergman's name. They've launched a donation drive on Amazon to help survivors of domestic abuse and the homeless in their home state of California.
The Skutt Catholic football team will try to win its 4th state title in school history on Tuesday night when it takes on Scottsbluff for the Class B crown.
Omaha Burke football will try to bring home its first state title in school history on Monday when the Bulldogs face Grand Island at Memorial Stadium.
WCPO's John Popovich followed the Bearcats to Orlando, Florida, for their nationally-televised game with unbeaten Central Florida and the first time the ESPN GameDay show has taken it show to an American Athletic Conference campus.
Bishop Kelley, Collinsville advance to Class 5A State Semifinals
Part 2: Kidnapped, held captive for 19 years, woman makes new life for her family
Tulsa Police Department plans to re-open 28-year-old case of teenager shot and thrown in ditch
Bixby, Stillwater to face off in Class 6A-II Championship
The Detroit Police Department released surveillance video of a man using a weapon to intimidate two women in Corktown to hand over their purses. The robbery happened in Corktown near Union Station on November 4th around 4:30 p.m. According to police, the two victims were walking to their car when two men in a black Chrysler 200 got out of their car and demanded their purses.
From Royal Oak to Windsor, the rollout of legalized marijuana means lots of changes. In Royal Oak, they’re not quite ready to treat marijuana the same as alcohol, even if the people have given pot the green light in Michigan. Some people have offered strong opinions following the passing of an ordinance in Royal Oak that says no to marijuana shops opening up.
The holiday season in Detroit kicks off Friday at Campus Martius Park, when the city’s Christmas tree lights up for the first time this year.
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