On Saturday, it was the 54th day this year that the official reading at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport hit 110 degrees, eclipsing the previous record set in 2020. The hot streak could reach 55 days.
The historic heat began blasting the Southwestern U.S. in June, stretching from Texas across New Mexico and Arizona and into California's desert.
A historic heat wave that has gripped the U.S. Southwest throughout July, blasting residents and baking surfaces like brick, is beginning to abate with the late arrival of monsoon rains.
Tuesday marks 26 consecutive days in Phoenix, Az. with a temperature over 110 degrees, and it doesn't look like it will let up any time soon.
More than 111 million people across the U.S. remain under weather advisories or warnings as forecasters say an oppressive heat wave might get worse before it gets any better.
The former president of the latest version of the United States Football League is launching a spring football league for high school players. Brian Woods says his Prep Super League will begin next year with a six-week season.
The Phoenix Police Department says that it has launched an internal investigation following the arrest of Journal finance reporter Dion Rabouin, who was conducting interviews outside a Chase Bank.
Millions of people rely on city parks to recharge, cool off and connect. But climate change is threatening the very spaces that help us cope with the stresses of living on a hotter planet.
The Catholic Diocese of Phoenix found that Rev. Andres Arango had been incorrectly saying "we baptize" instead of "I baptize." The error made thousands of baptisms and subsequent sacraments invalid.