"I would compare it to building a wall over your parents' graveyards. It would have the same effect," said Tohono O'odham Nation Chairman Ned Norris Jr.
"Duka and Koski's beliefs about same-sex marriage may seem old-fashioned, or even offensive to some. But the guarantees of free speech and freedom of religion are not only for those who are deemed sufficiently enlightened, advanced, or progressive."
"These hyper-realistic devices will allow the teams to have those experiences in real-world conditions without the real-world casualties," a document outlining the plan for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency's new training facility states.
"Just because we are from a different faith does not mean we are not human beings," said Irfan Sheikh, a member of the Islamic Center of Tucson's board of directors.
Scientists say the invasive species Salsola ryanii may spread even further as a result of climate change.
Arizona looks to put a difficult season behind it when it takes the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors in Honolulu on Saturday.
Attorney Vladimir Gagic had been appointed to represent suspect Lamont Payne in the Maricopa County Superior Court. Payne lashed out after the judge ordered him to be removed from the proceedings.
Trump supporters were laughed out of a raucous Tucson city council meeting intended to address a vote making it Arizona's first sanctuary city.
"This is absolutely unlawful," commented one law professor about reports police in Tempe were going to pull over motorists who were obeying the law.
In the speech, she expressed fears that the United States does not have the resource capacity for new immigrants. She also said that immigrants are arriving at a rate that does not allow them to learn "the principles of our country."
The court allows the Trump administration to move forward with reallocating approximately $2.5 billion, originally appropriated for the Defense Department, to use for construction of the border wall.
A community meeting held at the Coconino High School by the Southwest Area Incident Management Team will take place today.
Around 600 firefighters are working to contain the blaze which is located around one mile north of Flagstaff.
"Dangerous and homophobic literature should be kept off the Amazon platform in the best interest of the safety of the public," Dr. Natasha Bhuyan told "Newsweek."
The city of Flagstaff and Coconino County have declared a state of emergency due to the impacts of the fire.
"Our office is in close contact with emergency officials as they work to contain the Museum Fire," Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said.
Mark Anthony Baldanado Jr., 31, and Carrie Conlyn Vanover, 23, both of Kingman, have been charged with first degree murder, the Mohave County Sheriff's Office said, releasing their mugshots.
"It's difficult. It's just difficult. I love my home. I love my neighbors. ... This was my nest egg, you know? That's why I paid cash for it. This is where I was going to retire."
Police in Peoria, Arizona are investigating after a 17-year-old teenager was stabbed to death early Thursday morning. The man accused told police he felt threatened because the teen had been listening to rap music.
The #DumpStarbucks emerged Friday after a group of Tempe, Arizona police officers say they were asked to leave a Starbucks on the Fourth of July after a customer complained they did not feel "safe" around them.
There are fire warnings in western U.S. states.
Nike pulled its "Air Max 1" shoes after pressure from the former NFL player Colin Kaepernick who said he was unhappy with the 13-star American flag on its heel.
Nike announced it would nix selling a new shoe with an Revolutionary War-era American flag after Colin Kaepernik expressed displeasure with the flag, calling it offensive.
When questioned by police, the woman admitted she had gone gambling, telling police she left her son because he "drives me crazy and steals my money."
This is the same healthcare facility where a woman in a vegetative state was raped and gave birth late last year.
"At what point should a doctor or mother be charged with murder of a baby?" the poll asks.
From Arizona to France, volunteers are being punished for stepping in where states have failed.
Arrest follows a series of large meth haul seizures in recent days.
"The criminalization of humanitarian aid work is very frightening," one worker told Newsweek. "That has wide-reaching implications for many groups of people."