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  • Police arrest Calligraphy Bandit, suspect in drug robberies

    A man known as the Calligraphy Bandit has been arrested, the Phoenix Police Department said.
  • Man seriously wounded in Phoenix shooting

    A Phoenix man was seriously injured Monday after suffering an apparent gun shot wound, police said.
  • Winter storm threatens Cactus League fields

    A winter storm wasn't what pitchers and catchers expected when they reported for Spring Training on Monday, but Cactus League officials said steps are being taken to prevent any damage being done to the fields.
  • Diocese of Phoenix statement on resignation of Pope Benedict XVI

    The Diocese of Phoenix released the following statement Monday on the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI.
  • McCain releases statement on Chuck Hagel nomination

    Sen. John McCain released the following statement Monday on the nomination of Sen. Chuck Hagel for Secretary of Defense.
  • Intel Chandler declared safe after bomb threat

    A bomb threat at Intel Ocotillo in Chandler cleared the building on Monday.
  • Sam Fox opens latest eatery in Phoenix

    Restaurant tycoon Sam Fox is at again, and this time he's turned an old bike garage into a hip, new hangout in North Central Phoenix.
  • Man arrested in fatal stabbings in Peoria home

    Peoria police officers have arrested a man in the fatal stabbings of a married couple in their home in the Phoenix suburb.
  • Highway 89A re-opens at Sedona, I-17

    Highway 89A between Sedona and Interstate 17 re-opened Monday morning after being closed due to heavy snow and ice on the pavement.
  • Woods confirms involvement in group’s bid to buy Coyotes

    Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods is confirming that he is working "behind the scenes" with a group that wants to take over ownership of the Phoenix Coyotes.
  • Deadline looming for special election voter registration

    Monday is the last day to register to vote in the March 12 special election in Phoenix.
  • Phoenix PD chief: We’re keeping an eye out for fired LA cop

    Christopher Dorner has a vendetta against the police and he's vanished, inciting a massive manhunt in several states, including Arizona, and Mexico.
  • Police searching for hospital escapee

    A man in Phoenix police custody escapes from the hospital on Sunday.
  • 22 cats found at Phoenix house fire

    An unusual discovery at a Phoenix house fire. Crews arrived Saturday night to find an active fire in the attic of a home near Central and Dobbins.
  • Navajo artist representing Arizona at the Grammy Awards

    This year, a traditional Navajo artist from Arizona will be representing the state at the Grammy Awards. Radmilla Cody is nominated for best regional roots album for her work, “Songs of the People.” “They are songs about life, the land, our sacred mountains, our sacred elements and humor songs and patriotic songs,” Cody said. She […]