A Valley woman who goes by several names in several states is claiming to be a psychiatrist in Arizona.
A former Yarnell volunteer firefighter said it was possible to put out the deadliest wildfire in more than three decades, when it was still just a wisp of smoke.
Video of a police standoff contradicts the initial Pinal County Sheriff's Office description of the chain of events that led to the shooting death of a suspected car thief.
Naked women, sexy poses and explicit photos can be found everywhere on the internet, but some Arizona women are not being featured on typical pornography sites - they are victims of revenge porn.
The nation's fastest growing drug problem could be happening right next door. Typical drug addicts now include suburban moms popping pills from Percocet to Xanax just to get through the day.
In some Arizona school districts, officials are putting up fencing and gates without permits and locking up exit routes critical in an emergency.
The number of active militias across the country rose from 50 in 2007, to 250 this year, according to the Anti Defamation League.
Millions of Americans face an impossible decision each month. They must choose between paying for food or medication they need to keep their children or themselves alive.
Phoenix police and Arizona Department of Corrections investigators are looking into a series of death threats that are originating from the Facebook page of a state prison inmate.
A CBS 5 investigation found medical marijuana delivery services operating outside the boundaries of state law, violating guidelines and procedures.
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If a person in Arizona is 90 days late on a car payment, their car can be listed as stolen and they become listed as a felon under a little-known law.
Thousands of Arizonans are about to see their water and sewer bills skyrocket, after the Arizona Corporation Commission voted 4-1 and approved a hefty increase last month.