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    Big winter nearly filled all of SRP’s reservoirs, snapping 6-year skid

    For the first time in the better part of a decade, nearly all seven of Salt River Project's reservoirs were filled by winter precipitation, the agency said.
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    Developers for Arizona motor sports park appeal ruling on referendum

    Developers of an Arizona motor sports park are appealing a judge's ruling that allows a referendum challenging a permit for the project to go forward.
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    Flood advisory issued as rain, wind hit Phoenix metro area

    Following blowing dust on the outskirts of the Phoenix area and windy conditions after sundown, rainstorms hit parts of the Valley on Wednesday night.
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    Trump’s NAFTA termination comment falls flat with Arizona business leaders

    During a Phoenix rally, President Donald Trump said he will probably terminate NAFTA, a statement which brought groans from Arizona's top business group.
  • From left: President Donald Trump, former Arizona Republican Party chairman Robert Graham and Arizona Treasurer Jeff DeWit (AP and Facebook photos)

    Report: Trump met with Flake’s prospective primary opponents at Phoenix rally

    Trump is increasing the effort to unseat Sen. Jeff Flake after reportedly meeting with two of the junior senator's prospective primary opponents.
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    Protester at Trump rally arrested after threatening Phoenix police

    Police said two people arrested during a protest after President Donald Trump's rally in Phoenix had struck officers and one had a gun tucked in his pants.
  • Protesters raise their hands after Phoenix police used tear gas outside the Phoenix Convention Center, Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017, in Phoenix. Protests were held against President Trump as he hosted a rally inside the convention center. (AP Photo/Matt York)

    Opinions split after Trump protest in downtown Phoenix

    What began as a peaceful protest against President Donald Trump in Phoenix ended with tear gas, pepper spray and police telling everyone to leave.
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    Arpaio felt Trump would defy advisers, grant pardon at Phoenix rally

    Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said he expected President Donald Trump to pardon him at a Phoenix rally despite advisers saying otherwise.
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    Phoenix police chief gives officers A+ for conduct during Trump rally protest

    Police Chief Jeri Williams said she thought her officers did an outstanding job handling a large protest after President Donald Trump's rally in Phoenix.
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    Watch as Phoenix firefighters reunite woman, dog after house fire

    Phoenix firefighters were able to rescue two dogs from a burning home on Wednesday morning and reunite them with their owner.
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    Trump motorcade snarls morning traffic across Phoenix area

    President Donald Trump's motorcade drove to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on Wednesday morning, snarling traffic in the process.
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    Trump supporter reportedly shouts death wish of Sen. John McCain

    Hours before Tuesday's presidential visit in Phoenix, an unidentified man at the rally site reportedly shouted that Sen. John McCain of Arizona had to die.
  • Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., faces several challenges to his re-election bid in 2018, but money has not been one of them.  Flake reportedly has raised $4.3 million, almost $1.5 million in the last quarter. (Cronkite News Photo/Ben Moffat)

    Arizona sheriffs honor Flake for baseball shooting response

    Arizona sheriffs honored Sen. Jeff Flake on Tuesday for his actions during a shooting at a Congressional baseball practice that left several injured.
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    Report: Pei Wei could move headquarters out of Arizona

    According to the Phoenix Business Journal, Pei Wei is looking to move its headquarters out of the Grand Canyon State to possibly Irving, Texas.
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    Four Scottsdale high schools offering robotics classes after student petition

    Four Scottsdale high schools are teaching pupils to build robots after students petitioned to have their club added as a regular course for this year.