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  • Abused 4-year-old Valley girl dies

    A 4-year-old Phoenix girl who was in the hospital after being beaten by her mother, has died.
  • East Valley software firm expects to add 700 jobs

    An Arizona software company setting up headquarters in Chandler could bring as many as 700 new jobs.
  • ADEQ issues another ozone health advisory

    Environmental regulators have issued an ozone high pollution advisory for the Phoenix metropolitan area on Friday.
  • Grand jury indicts 19 in Fort Apache gang, drug probe

    A federal grand jury has indicted 19 people after a gang and drug enforcement operation on the Fort Apache reservation in northeastern Arizona.
  • Arizona ruling OKs consideration of lesser charges

    A new court ruling said Arizona judges can tell trial juries to consider lesser charges against a defendant even if the defense and prosecution object.
  • Hearing set in challenge to Arizona immigration law

    A judge presiding over challenges to Arizona's immigration enforcement law will hear arguments Monday over a request by the law's opponents for class-action status in their lawsuit that seeks to overturn the law.
  • Research: Hot weather helps drive violence

    Several studies suggest that on excessively hot days like today, the levels of violence and aggression rise in households.
  • Accident on I-10 west causes delay

    A car accident on westbound Interstate 10 at the I-17 split Friday morning closed a portion of the freeway.
  • California’s foie gras ban won’t affect Arizona

    The state of California is banning a popular menu item in some high-end restaurants, but that won't affect Arizona, a local chef said.
  • Arizona businesswoman asks Congress for certainty, clarity in estate tax

    Phoenix accountant Thala Rolnick told a House committee Thursday that, whatever Congress does with the estate tax, it needs to make sure the law is clear and consistent so small-business owners can plan their estates.
  • Early heat warnings are reason for caution, not alarm

    Do the early-season excessive-heat warnings mean the Valley is in store for a long, oppressive summer?
  • Extreme heat not deterring Valley hikers

    Temperatures topping 105 degrees on Thursday didn't keep hardcore hikers out of Echo Canyon at Camelback Mountain and more will test the elements Friday.
  • Scottsdale schools lend computers to needy students

    Scottsdale Unified School District is putting its old computers to good use.
  • West Valley high school seniors earn millions in scholarships

    It's been a banner year for Peoria Unified District high school seniors earning scholarships.
  • UA seeks liquor licenses for 7 campus buildings

    The University of Arizona is seeking permits for alcohol in several campus buildings.