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  • High school student arrested for threatening principal

    Upset with treatment by school administration, a student makes supposed threats involving firearms.
  • Burglary suspect shot by Phoenix police dies

    A burglary suspect shot by a Phoenix police officer has died.
  • Drivers face warm-up dilemma in cold weather

    With the recent cold weather, many Valley drivers are facing a dilemma before they head out in the morning.
  • Mom of Colo. woman missing in canyon fears worst

    Associated Press FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) – The mother of a Colorado woman reported missing while on a private river trip at the Grand Canyon said Wednesday that she believes her daughter fell into the water and is dead. Kaitlin Anne Kenney, of Englewood, Colo., last was seen Friday night at her group’s camp near Tapeats […]
  • Arizona Aviation Day flies high with economic impact numbers

    Arizona's aviation industry wanted to remind state legislators of its value on Tuesday.
  • TSA reports 54 guns confiscated at Sky Harbor in 2012

    Authorities confiscated 54 guns at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport checkpoints in 2012, the third highest total in the nation.
  • ASU’s business school adding degree in entrepreneurship

    Arizona State University's school is adding a major specifically for those who want to start their own companies.
  • Guard unit specializing in explosives disposal heading overseas

    As Sgt. Benito Garcia has worries about potential downtime and not being able to help out as he prepares for deployment to Afghanistan.
  • Lawmaker wants Arizonans to re-vote on medical marijuana program

    A lawmaker wants to have another statewide vote on whether Arizonans really want medical marijuana.
  • Lawmaker: Federal grants may sway lawmakers on texting ban

    A Tucson lawmaker who has tried for years to ban texting while driving in Arizona says the Legislature has a new reason to do so this year: money.
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    We're very excited to announce a couple of big product launches today at
  • Report ranks Arizona traffic-safety laws among lowest

    Arizona's vehicle-safety laws continue to be among the worst in the nation, according to a report.
  • EB I-10 rollover tying up 91st Ave. to 16th St.

    PHOENIX — A rollover accident Wednesday morning on eastbound Interstate 10 at 16th Street has created a 12-mile backup. The logjam has tied up freeway traffic starting at 91st Avenue and is also affecting traffic on southbound Interstate 17. No other details were immediately available.
  • Arizona Rep. Barber pushes mental health for gun package

    Rep. Ron Barber, D-Tucson, urged Vice President Joe Biden on Monday to incorporate improved mental health care in any gun-control measures the White House proposes to reduce gun violence.
  • Cold weather boosting business for Phoenix mechanics

    Valley car mechanics are seeing an influx of business thanks to the frigid cold temperatures.