Arizona police are questioning 2 people in freeway shootings

Police were at a convenience store near Interstate 10, focusing on a white SUV. Arizona Department of Public Safety spokesman Bart Graves confirmed the people were being questioned but gave no more details.

Eleven cars have been shot since Aug. 29, eight with bullets and three with projectiles that could have been BBs or pellets. One girl's face was cut by glass as a bullet shattered her window.

Monsoon storm flips small planes at Phoenix-area airport

Fire officials say 41 planes were damaged, some severely, after a microburst hit the Chandler Municipal Airport Tuesday night. Television images show the planes flipped upside down, shoved into piles or with their wings snapped.

In other areas of Chandler, ABC-15 TV reports power poles were broken off by high winds and more than a dozen trees in a large pecan grove were downed.

Trump criticizes border policy as well as trade agenda

Trump's speech in Phoenix follows an event in Las Vegas as the candidate draws adoring crowds following his divisive comments about the border and Mexican immigrants. 

In Phoenix, a standing-room-only crowd of supporters carried signs reading "Make America Great Again" and "Truth Trumps All."

Bodies of missing Phoenix-area couple are believed found

Michael Careccia, 44, and his wife, Tina, 42, have not been seen since they drove away from their house about 5 a.m. June 22. 

After the man's son reported them missing that night, authorities have gone door to door, launched air and ground searches, and used dogs to try to track their scent.

The couple's abandoned car was later found covered in dirt about a half-mile away from their home in Maricopa, about 35 miles south of Phoenix.