The big stories of the week say a lot about our state, our communities and our lives.
If you've ever wanted to live like Kurt Warner, now you can because his $5 million Paradise Valley home is for sale.
A mother of nine was stabbed to death when police say she got into an argument with her husband.
Have you received a text saying you won a drawing for a gift card? Dozens of people have been telling the ABC15 Investigators about the big electronics store that is apparently handing out money.
Get your best costume ready because there are many events to choose from all across the Valley. There's fun to be had for the whole family or some adult-only events that might thrill you!
Twenty people from rival street gangs have been arrested by Phoenix police for their alleged involvement in at least two murders and conspiring to commit others.
Nobody yelled "Fore!" at a Southern California golf course when a 2-foot-long shark dropped out of the sky and flopped around on the 12th tee.
Authorities say a Goodyear police officer spotted wreckage where a person was dead and another was injured on Friday, October 26.
Police identified William Hammond who died in an apparent shootout Thursday night at a Chandler apartment complex. Three others were hurt in the incident which took place around 8 p.m. at the Laguna Village Apartments.
The full-sized iPad is like a hardback book. The new iPad Mini is the paperback version many tablet users have been waiting for.
Thinking of upgrading your software? Check out Kirk Yuhnke's thoughts after installing Windows 8 on his PC for the first time.