If a person in Arizona is 90 days late on a car payment, their car can be listed as stolen and they become listed as a felon under a little-known law.
Thousands of Arizonans are about to see their water and sewer bills skyrocket, after the Arizona Corporation Commission voted 4-1 and approved a hefty increase last month.
Arizona is seeing a big resurgence in militia activity. CBS 5 investigators decided to join a couple of these groups, using hidden cameras to document how their members act when they don't know the media are watching.
Anti-immigration vigilantes are taking action in the Arizona desert. CBS 5 Investigate went undercover for a month and joined the minutemen civil defense in southern Arizona. (2006)
CBS 5 Investigates has learned that attorneys for Pima County have agreed to settle a case with the family of a slain Iraq War veteran, who was gunned down during a SWAT raid at the vet's home.
So many people didn't hesitate to reach into their wallets on word of the heartbreaking tragedy in Yarnell. Millions of dollars have been collected so far.
In 2012, the Obama administration spent $18 billion to secure the US border with Mexico. As much as $2 billion impacted Arizona, according to an examination of the Customs and Border Protection budget.
Federal health experts thought they had turned the corner in the fight against toxic pollution that has infected the groundwater beneath Phoenix since the 1960s, but air samples show a new problem.
It's been more than 10 years since the state of Arizona spent $1.2 billion repairing the state's crumbling schools, and administrators across the state say they're nearing the breaking point again.
The Granite Mountain Hotshots were not alone on the mountain the day they died. Two hikers spoke to them and took photographs, hours before the hotshots died.
A 5 investigates report exposes leaky roofs, failing air conditioners, outdated plumbing and crumbling schools in districts across the state just as students are returning to the classroom.
A man in Mesa believes a new law jeopardizes the safety and security of hundreds of communities across the state.
Doctors at the Banner Poison and Drug Information Center are seeing a dramatic increase in the number of young children overdosing on marijuana.
In Arizona, property managers, landlords and leasing agents are under no legal obligation to reveal whether a sex offender is living in the complex or near it.