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    New ad campaign showcases ‘unreal’ adventures in Arizona

    The “[un]real Arizona” campaign by the Arizona Office of Tourism illustrates how experiences visitors expect to have can be grander than they ever imagined.
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    Tempe ranked one of the most affordable college towns in country

    Those who choose ASU to pursue a degree will be making a smart decision financially, at least for what they will be spending on living expenses.
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    Operators of Flagstaff-area snowplay site decide to call it quits

    A popular snowplay area along the way to the Grand Canyon has ended operations.
  • The muddy water was much lower near the Water Wheel recreation area where victims were caught in a flash flood along the banks of the East Verde River Monday, July 17, 2017, in Payson, Ariz. The bodies of several children and adults have been found after Saturday's flash flooding poured over a popular swimming area in the Tonto National Forest. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

    Officials confirm body found is of 10th Arizona flash flood victim

    The 10th victim, Hector Garnica, of a flash flood near Payson has been found deceased, according to the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management.
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    Arizona Diamondbacks adding urban garden to Chase Field

    Seeing stadium concession food can make a person feel overwhelmed. The D-backs want people to remember there's a healthy lifestyle needed too.
  • FILE - In this June 18, 2014 file photo, Chester Bennington of Linkin Park attends Linkin Park's induction into the Guitar Center's RockWalk in Los Angeles. The Los Angeles County coroner says Bennington, who sold millions of albums with a unique mix of rock, hip-hop and rap, has died in his home near Los Angeles. He was 41. Coroner spokesman Brian Elias says they are investigating Bennington’s death as an apparent suicide but no additional details are available. (Photo by Paul A. Hebert/Invision/AP, File)

    Valley hospital says it will miss Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington

    A Valley children's hospital said it will miss one of its favorite volunteers: Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington, who took his own life this week.
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    Linkin Park cancels Phoenix show, tour after lead singer’s death

    Linkin Park was scheduled to play at Talking Stick Resort Arena on Aug. 30, but due to their lead singer's death, the tour they were on has been canceled.
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    West Nile virus claims first victim of season in Maricopa County

    Avoiding mosquitoes is more important now than ever due to the West Vile virus, especially since claiming its fist victim of the season in Maricopa County.
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    2 Arizona college students safely crash-land plane in Montana

    A western states trip for two Arizona college students took a scary turn this week when they had crash-land their small plane in a Montana field.
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    Meteorologist expects slowdown in Arizona’s monsoon season

    A National Weather Service meteorologist said monsoon storm activity was expected to dry up next week, but we could get more rain this weekend.
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    Ward: US can’t wait for McCain to decide on future after cancer diagnosis

    Dr. Kelli Ward said Thursday that the country cannot sit on its hands while U.S. Sen. John McCain decides his future following a brain cancer diagnosis.
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    Arizona competition welcomes 3,800 Native American athletes

    Nearly 4,000 athletes from more than 90 Native American tribes will be in Arizona for the next few days for a huge sports competition.
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    Ann Kirkpatrick announces another run for Congress in Arizona

    Nearly a month after speculation that she would re-enter politics, former U.S. Rep Ann Kirkpatrick of Arizona announced Friday she was running for Congress.
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    Monsoon season means rise in pest, reptile activity in Arizona

    As the monsoon season hits its full stride in Arizona, residents should expect to have some unexpected -- or downright creepy -- visitors in their homes.
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    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton praises bipartisanship of US city leaders

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton said that U.S. city officials were taking charge of their own fates because leadership in Washington was at a standstill.