Cause of Death Released for Former Arizona Swimmer Ty Wells

New Mexico Governor Names New Indian Affairs Secretary

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Authorities have released the cause of death for former University of Arizona swimmer Ty Wells. The Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office said the 23-year-old Well died Jan. 27 of natural causes “secondary to a disseminated streptococcal bacterial infection following a protracted upper respiratory tract infection.” Authorities said the results came from … Read more

Police: Phoenix Park Closed for Search of Homicide Evidence

White Supremacists Who Attacked Black DJ at Bar Sentenced

PHOENIX (AP) — Portions of South Mountain Park and Preserve in Phoenix have been temporarily closed as investigators search for evidence in a homicide, police said Sunday. A hiker reported finding a human skull at the preserve on Jan. 14. During a search Saturday, police said detectives located additional human remains and those have been … Read more

Man Arrested in 4 Molotov Cocktail Incidents in Scottsdale

White Supremacists Who Attacked Black DJ at Bar Sentenced

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — A man suspected in four Molotov cocktail incidents in Scottsdale this month that damaged at least two luxury cars has been arrested, according to authorities. Scottsdale police said 55-year-old Bradley Holmes was taken into custody Friday night and is facing charges including arson and multiple counts of weapons and explosives. It … Read more

Gallego Holds First Events of Arizona Senate Campaign

Gallego Holds First Events of Arizona Senate Campaign

PHOENIX (AP) — Democrat Ruben Gallego held the first public events of his U.S. Senate campaign Saturday, taking aim at independent incumbent Kyrsten Sinema and casting his candidacy in a patriotic appeal to the American dream. The fifth-term congressman recounted his journey from a poor family in Chicago to cleaning toilets as a Harvard student … Read more

Online System to Seek Asylum in US Is Quickly Overwhelmed

Online System to Seek Asylum in US Is Quickly Overwhelmed

TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) — Hours before sunrise, migrants at one of Mexico’s largest shelters wake up and go online, hoping to secure an appointment to try to seek asylum in the U.S. The daily ritual resembles a race for concert tickets when online sales begin for a major act, as about 100 people glide their … Read more

Phoenix Man Accused of Offering Tiger Cub to Cops for $20K

Phoenix Man Accused of Offering Tiger Cub to Cops for $20K

PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix man has been arrested after he allegedly offered to sell a tiger cub to undercover police officers for $20,000, authorities said Tuesday. Police said 25-year-old Carlos Castro-Alcaraz was arrested Monday night on felony wildlife offenses after advertising the cub for sale on social media. According to police, officers later served … Read more

3 Teens Shot in Yuma; 2 Suspects Sought; 2 Victims Serious

Nevada Cannabis Regulators Issue Product Pesticide Advisory

YUMA, Ariz. (AP) — Police were looking for suspects in an early morning shooting in Yuma on Saturday that injured three teenagers, two of them seriously. Police say they responded to the Yuma Regional Medical Center at about 4:48 a.m. Saturday when hospital officials reported they were treating three males with gunshot wounds. One is … Read more