Paraplegic man rescued from Apache Junction fire
An Apache Junction man is lucky to be alive after a fire nearly claimed his life when his mobile home went up in flames.
Virus infects Pinal Co. Attorney's case database
A virus has infected the case management database of the Pinal County Attorney's Office.
FORECAST: Dangerous heat on the way
Storms are possible in parts of our state but we're also bracing for dangerously hot temperatures. Find out how high temperatures will…
Valley woman waits 18 months for tax refund
One Valley woman says it took her a year and a half to receive her 2014 tax refund.
Supreme Court strikes Shawn Lynch death sentence
The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned an Arizona man's death sentence in a 2001 killing in which the victim was robbed and his throat slit.
AZ measles outbreak could have exposed thousands
State Health Officials are watching 20 people who were likely exposed to measles since the outbreak began nearly 2 weeks ago.