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  • Hopi Tribe ask governments for help in land exchange efforts

    The Hopi Tribe has reached out to local governments for help as it attempts to finalize a land transfer under an agreement between the tribe and the Navajo Nation.
  • Renovations underway at Brewers spring training facility

    Renovations at the Milwaukee Brewers spring training facility costing nearly $60 million will double the amount of square footage at the facility.
  • Phoenix trains apprentices to become sanitation workers

    Being a sanitation worker is no easy task, but someone has to do it. For those who think they may be up for the job, Phoenix offers the Solid Waste Equipment Operator Apprenticeship.
  • Valley street to close for 6 months for South Mountain Freeway construction

    A main street in a Phoenix-area neighborhood will shut down for a six-month period starting next week to allow crews to continue construction on the South Mountain Freeway interchange.
  • Phoenix in the running for newest Slack headquarters

    A workplace messaging app company could be bringing its second headquarters to the Valley. San Francisco-based Slack Technologies is looking for its next location for its latest headquarters.
  • Silver Alert canceled for missing Apache Junction woman

    A Silver Alert issued by the Arizona Department of Public Safety for a missing woman in Apache Junction Saturday has been canceled.
  • Jodi Arias’ lawyers get extra time to file appeal for murder conviction

    The Arizona Court of Appeals has given Jodi Arias' lawyers a three-week extension to file the appeal of her conviction in the 2008 death of her former boyfriend.
  • 5 teenagers injured after fleeing Gilbert police, crashing car

    Police said teens ranging from ages 15 to 18 fled a park and then got into a car crash in which the car rolled over and ejected occupants.
  • Tow truck rear ends Nissan Sentra, kills 66-year-old woman in Yuma

    A tow truck driver hit a Nissan Sentra occupied by a 70-year-old man and a 66-year-old woman on Friday night in Yuma. The woman died.
  • Tucson entrepreneur finds groove making records from strange materials

    Michael Dixon has been interested in music for as long as he can remember. Today, the Tucson entrepreneur owns five music-related businesses.
  • Vehicle runs red light, hits Gilbert police car Saturday morning

    Guadalupe and Greenfield Roads were expected to be closed for a few hours following the collision involving a Gilbert police car.
  • Website: Tucson ranks in top five for best places for riding bicycles

    The organization behind the study used ridership, safety, network, reach and acceleration of biking infrastructure as the factors at play.
  • Federal, state funds bring high-speed internet to rural Arizona cities

    In Congress, Arizona, students once trailed city folks in online educational resources. But recently, educators cobbled together state and federal funds to upgrade their internet.
  • Students use Craigslist to put Scottsdale high school up for sale

    Students at a Scottsdale high school either pulled off an amusing prank or sent a message to their administrators by posting an ad on Craigslist selling their school.
  • Phoenix police arrest suspect involved in Friday kidnapping

    Early Saturday morning, the Phoenix Police Department arrested a 21-year-old suspected of kidnapping a nine-year-old the day before.