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  • Animal rescue group running out of space

    Inside a quiet Scottsdale neighborhood is a home like no other.
  • Valley homeless shelter sees all walks of life

    While some would associate a homeless shelter with housing panhandlers, that is not the case at one Valley shelter.
  • Think Powerball money goes to a good cause? Think again

    Many believe the money from Powerball sales goes to help education, but about 72 cents of every dollar goes doesn't make it to a school's budget.
  • Study links number of Facebook friends, stress

    A new study found a link between higher stress and the number of Facebook friends a person has.
  • Brewer sued over license policy for immigrants

    Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) – Immigrant rights advocates filed a lawsuit Thursday that seeks to overturn Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s order denying driver’s licenses for young immigrants who have gotten work permits and avoided deportation under a new Obama administration policy. The lawsuit alleges the state has in effect classified young-adult immigrants as not having […]
  • Valley charity aids children, honors fallen officer

    In 2007, the unimaginable happened to Nancy Bonner. Her son, Glendale Police Officer Anthony Holly, was killed in the line of duty.
  • MCSO arrests 18 illegals piled inside one camper bed

    Twenty-three suspected illegal aliens, all piled in the bed of a pickup truck with a camper shell, were arrested Wednesday night, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said in a release.
  • Tension rises over proposed Grand Canyon attraction

    Ty Tsosie was taught by his Navajo elders that when he needed spiritual reflection, he could go to the confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado rivers, a sacred place to the tribe.
  • Feds streamline rules, hope to ease development on tribal lands

    The Interior Department unveiled a streamlined process Tuesday for approving leases on tribal lands that federal officials hope will spur development by replacing outdated and unresponsive 50-year-old regulations.
  • Police searching for bank robbery suspect

    Police are searching for a man who allegedly robbed a Scottsdale bank on Thursday.
  • Winning ticket seller hoping for small kickback

    A Fountain Hills store manager is hoping for a little reward after his store sold a Powerball jackpot ticket.
  • 1 of 2 prize Powerball tickets sold near Phoenix

    Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) – Arizona Lottery officials say one of the two winning Powerball tickets was sold at a convenience store in suburban Phoenix. The Arizona ticket was sold at a 4 Sons Food Store in Fountain Hills. That ticket and another sold in Missouri will split the record Powerball jackpot of $587.5 million. […]
  • Historic $3.4 billion Cobell settlement final, clearing way for tribal payments

    Native Americans could start getting payments by the end of this year from a historic $3.4 billion settlement of tribal claims that the federal government mismanaged trust funds for years, an attorney said Tuesday.
  • Report: Online sales cost state $708M in lost taxes

    Booming sales on Cyber Monday might have meant savings for consumers, but they could also have meant lost revenue for the state of Arizona, a new report said.
  • Could Coyotes deal cloud Glendale Glitters future?

    The Glendale City Council has approved a $320 million deal to keep the Phoenix Coyotes at Jobing dot come arena. Those who opposed the deal say the city can't afford it.