A huge orange fireball has been seen in the sky over Arizona on Saturday night, April 12, 2014. The fireball is actually thought to be a meteorite since witnesses have reported it crashing to the ground.
The fireball was observed and reported flying over Maricopa County and Pinal Count (Superstition Mountains). This video (most probably the same meteorite) was caught over New Mexico:
Research for meteorite remnants concentrates near State Route 87, Anthem and the Four Peaks as reported here:
As reported by Arizona Central, shooting stars can appear different colors and often appear bright and fiery in the sky as explain in this last video: