Home to over 10,000 people during its halcyon days as a 19th century mining town, Jerome, Arizona today is an artist and gift shop hub that attracts more than a million visitors every year.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service acknowledged last month that there was a substantial basis for the American bison, an animal that once roamed freely in the millions across the American heartland, to be warranted protections under the Endangered Species Act of 1973.
Hiking in the summer demands extra preparation and care, especially as the rainy season continues.
Galvanized by the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade last month, the Republican-led Arizona Legislature is now working towards reviving a 158-year-old territorial-era law, originating in 1864, that would sentence doctors to two to five years in prison for providing abortions.
During a White House ceremony on Thursday, July 7th, President Joe Biden awarded 17 Americans with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor in the country.
County recorder Leslie Hoffman and elections director Lynn Constabile of Yavapai County announce their official resignations after more than a year and a half of threats and heated words from Trump supporters.
With the upcoming August 2nd primaries, two Arizona GOP candidates have already said they will blame election fraud if they lose their respective elections, and other Republicans are profiting off of the baseless conspiracy theories peddled by former President Trump.
Anthony Ramon celebrated Independence Day Weekend as one of the 18 best baseball players in the 12-U age group.
When scientists at the European Center for Nuclear Research, or CERN, spun and crashed particles together near the speed of light, they discovered the Higgs Boson particle.
A sunken boat that dates back to World War II named The Higgins has recently been discovered from a shrinking reservoir between Arizona and Nevada.