Arizona

The Arizona Supreme Court agreed that the city of Phoenix can't force the wedding card designers to create custom invitations for same-sex couples.
Kelly, an Arizona Senate candidate, is married to former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot in a 2011 massacre that left six people dead.
Arpaio was convicted of criminal contempt and later pardoned by President Donald Trump.
The rule comes after police were involved in a record-breaking 44 shootings last year.
Gruesome new details have emerged about the Arizona body donation facility that told people their loved ones would aid medical science.
"Arizona's economy is doing just fine without Nike," Ducey tweeted. A week later, he praised the company for creating 500 new jobs in his state.
The driver escaped injury but was detained after officers observed signs of possible impairment.
Michael Adams, 27, allegedly killed Elijah Al-Amin, 17, because the music made him feel "unsafe."
An employee made the request because a customer had complained about their presence.
Fires, building collapses and injuries were all reported in the latest of what officials believe could be a continuing string of dangerous temblors.
Scott Warren could be retried on charges of "harboring" two undocumented migrants in Arizona after his first trial ended last month in a hung jury.
6-year-old Gurupreet Kaur’s parents said desperation and dreams of a "safer and better life" led to a border crossing attempt in the blistering Arizona desert.
The facility made headlines last year when a severely disabled patient gave birth to a full-term baby after being raped by an employee.
Defense attorneys argued that Scott Daniel Warren was simply being kind by providing two migrants with water, food and lodging when he was arrested in early 2018.
Tahnee Savanna Gonzales apologized for setting a poor example for her children at the Islamic Community Center of Tempe last year.
An injured hiker being rescued by a helicopter spun wildly out of control in Arizona.
Scott Daniel Warren is about to go on trial in Arizona on charges of harboring undocumented migrants.
Armed with hospital records, lawyers for the victim filed a notice of claim seeking $45 million from the state of Arizona.
“Chokehold: Policing Black Men" examines law enforcement and mass incarceration through its treatment of African American men.
The text messages were revealed in federal court filings for Matthew Bowen, who faces charges for hitting an apprehended migrant with his Border Patrol truck.