Business in Central City - Phoenix, AZ

The Arizona Attorney General's office dismissed charges against Chad Wilson, once the superintendent of the Apache Junction school district.

Under one proposal, the Senate could convene earlier on Saturday and then hold a shorter session, allowing members to travel home or hit the campaign trail.

The body was found in a pond in the area of Sun City Lakes West Golf Course, according to MCSO officials.

The body was found Tuesday morning on the Geronimo hiking trail at South Mountain, according to Phoenix police.

House impeachment managers continue to make their case that President Trump abused the power of his office. Here are some of the highlights.

"The thought being, it's actually going to be the safest plane out there with all the scrutiny,'' Southwest President Tom Nealon told reporters.

Ideal for those harboring colds and those seeking comfort, this brothy chicken-and-rice soup begins with poaching an entire chicken, which takes time, but guarantees tender meat The rendered fat creates a rich, flavorful broth, while coriander and turmeric add earthy notes Fresh cilantro, red chile and ginger brighten the dish.

Teens can explore their artistic talents at a new Alice Cooper's Solid Rock Teen Center expected to open this summer in Mesa.

Van Gogh, a 6-year-old Australian cattle dog, is recovering from severe head injuries and is now available for adoption at AHS.

Attorneys representing Chloe Wiegand's family say a ship visit proves it's "physically impossible" for her grandfather to hold her out of the window.

The Afghan leader said he had told President Trump that the United States could withdraw a third of its troops, even as a peace deal with Taliban remains elusive.

John Giles has raised more than $250,000 for his reelection bid. The two-term Mesa mayor faces the possibility of two challengers in the 2020 race.

The incident happened on West Smith Enke Road, near Santa Cruz Drive, Maricopa police said.

The high court's ruling reverses an Appeals Court decision that the woman's right to procreate outweighed her ex-husband's interest not to do so.

Jim Lehrer, a longtime anchorman for PBS, died Thursday at 85, the organization announced on its website and Twitter.

For 36 years, mostly teaming with Robert MacNeil, he offered an alternative to network evening news programs with in-depth reporting, interviews and news analysis.

Aimed at curbing "birth tourism," the Trump administration issued visa guidelines that could make it more difficult for pregnant women to get visas.