There are all types of ways to honor veterans and the fallen and the Arizona Department of Transportation has done its part.
Every headstone has a story and every flag a special place in someone's heart. Military families across the Valley were feeling this, especially on Memorial Day.
A man is like a real life Forest Gump and raising money for veterans at the same time.
A woman who won a beauty pageant at age 67 hopes to inspire other women to go for their dreams.
Valley builders find buyers are willing to pay a premium for new homes in established neighborhoods, leading to a boom of new construction in some of the most popular areas, especially around Arcadia.
A man in his 20s is dead after a shooting in Goodyear Monday afternoon.
This is the story of how the term "haboob" came to be used to designate dust storms in North America and Arizona.
Cardinals receiver returns to form after injury plagued 2016.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has requested that the USDA Forest Service temporarily suspend angler tournaments from Apache, Canyon and Saguaro Lakes until environmental conditions improve.
A Sky Harbor Airport security officer reacted quickly and calmly to save a person’s life after they were found unresponsive in a vehicle in one of the airport’s parking lots according to a Sky Harbor Facebook post.
A three-vehicle collision in Surprise ended with one of the vehicles rolled over according to Surprise police.
Arizona Snowbowl kicked off its summer season Saturday with daily scenic chairlift rides and other events.
She is the seventh director in less than three years at the Phoenix VA, brought in last October to lead the most scandal-plagued facility in the nation.
A Forever stamp released on President’s Day by the United States Postal Service commemorates the centennial birth of our nation’s 35th President, John F. Kennedy, born May 29, 1917.
This Memorial Day, it's not just about vacations and barbecues. It's about the men and woman who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
At least one person has died in a shooting at 32nd Street and Thomas Road early Monday morning, according to Phoenix police.
A Chandler man has impressed the photography world with his wildlife and desert photos along with overcoming major hurdles.
The body of an 18-year-old was recovered after witnesses said he went underwater and didn't come back up at Lake Mary near Flagstaff.
A team working to match photos with each of the 58,315 names on the Vietnam Memorial wall in Washington, D.C., is looking for a photo of a soldier from the Casa Grande area.
A doctoral student at Arizona State University took part in three panels at Phoenix Comicon, taking a closer look at whether magical moments on the screen could be applied in real life.