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  • One adult dead, 3-year-old in critical condition after hit-and-run in Phoenix

    A dark-colored, older model SUV continued to drive after hitting an adult and a three-year-old on 16th Street and Broadway Road in Phoenix.
  • Man accused of killing Kiera Bergman pleads not guilty

    The 23-year-old Arizona man accused of killing Kiera Bergman, his ex-girlfriend, and using her cellphone to make it seem like she was still alive has pleaded not guilty.
  • Army veteran with Phoenix ties to receive Medal of Honor

    Ronald J. Shurer II, a decorated Army veteran with Phoenix ties, will receive the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions in combat.
  • Arizona National Guard unit prepares for deployment to Middle East

    The 198th Arizona National Guard is preparing to serve its very first deployment overseas. The unit will deploy Sunday and spend approximately a year in the Middle East.
  • Maricopa County releases report about primary election issues

    The Maricopa County Recorder’s Office released its preliminary report Friday about the issues that cropped up during the last month’s primary election.
  • Money magazine picks Peoria as Arizona’s best place to live

    Only one Arizona city made Money magazine’s list of the country’s 50 best places to live for 2018 -- and the location might come as a surprise.
  • Arizona congressional incumbent O’Halleran rebuffs comic’s support

    An Arizona politician running for re-election has thrown a celebrity endorsement right back at the sender. Democratic U.S. Rep. Tom O'Halleran has rejected controversial comic Kathy Griffin's tweet of support Friday, according to a report.
  • Arizona sues Phoenix boutique for allegedly ripping off brides-to-be

    The state of Arizona has filed a civil suit against Pearl Bridal and its owners for allegedly taking thousands of dollars in prepayments and then closing before fulfilling orders.
  • Arizona’s first malt house saves water for farmers, supports local breweries

    Zach Hauser, like many farmers in the Verde Valley, takes pride in his land and the crops he grows. He has swapped out some of his usual thirsty crops – which require flood irrigation from the Verde River during scorching summers – for barley, which uses less water.
  • Chandler High on lockdown after woman attempts to hit officer with car

    A high school in Chandler was on lockdown Friday afternoon after a violent encounter took place between a woman and a school resource officer in the parking lot of the school. 
  • Scottsdale body camera and Taser maker Axon to build new headquarters

    Scottsdale-based Taser maker Axon said it planned to build larger headquarters several miles from its current site, signing a $10.3 million lease on tribal land.
  • Man killed after school bus crash in Apache Junction, no students hurt

    A 36-year-old man was killed early Friday morning after he was struck by a school bus in Apache Junction. None of the children on board nor the bus driver were injured. 
  • Permits to cut Christmas trees in Arizona forest available in November

    Officials said hundreds of permits for getting Christmas trees in the Prescott National Forest will be available starting in mid-November.
  • CPR is new graduation requirement for Arizona high school seniors

    Arizona's high school seniors have a new graduation requirement that's a little more hands-on than most. As of July 2019, each senior must pass a CPR course.
  • Phoenix woman turns to street drug dealers to cope with pain

    Though a Phoenix woman's hands are constantly in pain, she said doctors will no longer write her prescriptions for painkillers.