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  • Police: Not enough to charge in University of Phoenix shooting

    Police: Not enough to charge in University of Phoenix shooting

    A man who shot another man during an Arizona Cardinals preseason game against the Oakland Raiders on Friday is currently not being charged, the Glendale Police Department said in a press release.
  • Quayle: I did not see inappropriate acts in Israel

    Quayle: I did not see inappropriate acts in Israel

    U.S. Rep. Ben Quayle said that he did not bear witness to a fellow lawmaker who took a naked swim in the Sea of Galilee during an educational trip to Israel.
  • 'Money' names Gilbert, Chandler among best small cities

    ‘Money’ names Gilbert, Chandler among best small cities

    Two East Valley communities have been named to Money' magazine's list of best places to live.
  • Study: Nearly 5,000 murders in Arizona in past decade

    Study: Nearly 5,000 murders in Arizona in past decade

    Nearly 5,000 people were murdered in the state of Arizona between 2000 and 2010, a study found.
  • Single fingerprint used to identify alleged bank robber

    Peoria police were able to arrest an alleged bank robber after the suspect dropped a pair of sunglasses with a single fingerprint on them.
  • Expansion to consolidate Mayo Clinic cancer units

    Expansion to consolidate Mayo Clinic cancer units

    Mayo Clinic in Phoenix has received the OK to begin construction of a $130 million expansion that will house all its cancer units under one roof.
  • Mesa police investigating cause of fatal crash

    Mesa police are trying to determine what caused a teen driving near University and Val Vista to t-bone a 44-year-old man, killing him.
  • Walk-in clinic sees spike in respiratory infections

    Walk-in clinic sees spike in respiratory infections

    Next Care Urgent Care said it has seen a 50 percent increase in patients complaining of upper respiratory infections which includes sore throats, coughing and other cold like symptoms.
  • Sheriff Joe Arpaio to speak at Republican National Convention

    Sheriff Joe Arpaio to speak at Republican National Convention

    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is scheduled to speak to delegates from western states on Aug. 30 during the Republican National Convention, the Arizona Republican Party said in a press release.
  • Phoenix hookah lounge burns down

    A Phoenix hookah lounge went up in flames Monday morning.
  • Monsoon, winds prevented another bad fire season

    Monsoon, winds prevented another bad fire season

    Arizona seems to have escaped a devastating wildfire season while the rest of the west burned.
  • Singles being hired over married job seekers

    Singles being hired over married job seekers

    Single people are finding jobs much faster than married job hunters, the Department of Labor said.
  • Some eateries already advertising for holidays

    Some eateries already advertising for holidays

    We aren't even through with August yet, but some restaurants are already advertising for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
  • Resurfacing of SR 87 set to begin Monday

    Overnight drivers on State Route 87 in the East Valley will need to plan for extra travel time this week.
  • Valley charity collecting instruments for kids

    Valley charity collecting instruments for kids

    Playing in the school band is something that's only a dream for many elementary school students.