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  • Arizona pot dispensary lottery

    The lottery to select 99 medical marijuana dispensaries across the state out of almost 500 applicants happens at 9 a.m. “Ping-Pong balls and a hopper. So it’s an interesting bit of theatre to go along with this,” said attorney Ryan Hurley. The lottery can be watched online below. Watch live streaming video from azdhs at […]
  • Decision day arrives for medical-pot dispensaries

    The lottery to select 99 medical-marijuana dispensaries across the state out of almost 500 applicants is planned for Tuesday morning.
  • Broadband access to expand in rural Arizona

    Over 600 homes in rural areas across Arizona will soon have access to broadband Internet.
  • Mortgage closing costs drop nationwide

    Homebuyers are paying less in closing costs.
  • Possible testing kids’ cholesterol levels causes concern

    A government recommendation that all kids be tested for cholesterol is causing controversy in the medical community.
  • Wild burros causing problems for Arizona drivers

    In Vermont it's moose, in Montana it's elk, but in Arizona, drivers have to contend with burros on the highway.
  • Elite international athletes turn to Valley training facility to reach goals

    The medal race between the United States and China will probably come down to the very end.
  • High school football teams practicing despite extreme heat

    The Valley is under an extreme heat advisory through Wednesday evening, but that's not stopping area high school football teams are already out on the field practicing this week.
  • Study: Cartoons can disrupt kids’ sleeping patterns

    Cartoons may be the reason your kids can't sleep.
  • Study: Most common Internet password is ‘password’

    Protecting information on the Internet can be a near-impossible task, but choosing a good password is a big portion of that.
  • Jenna Jameson announces she’s supporting Mitt Romney

    Have no fear, Mitt Romney. You have the support of a famous porn star.
  • Budget cuts force closure of one Scottsdale jail

    Maricopa County Jails will be getting more business from the city of Scottsdale.
  • Thunderbird Road near Loop 101 to be reopened

    Westbound traffic will be able to access Thunderbird Road at the Loop 101 on Monday.
  • John McCain to speak at Republican National Convention

    Sen. John McCain is scheduled to speak at August's Republican National Convention.
  • Agreement reached to keep US Airways hub in Phoenix

    US Airways will retain its hub in Phoenix even if the airline reaches a merger agreement with American Airlines, a press release said.