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  • Arizona hospice settles allegations of Medicare fraud

    Federal authorities say an Arizona hospice has agreed to pay $3.7 million to resolve civil allegations that the company submitted false claims to Medicare.
  • Arizona campground closed after bear attacks woman

    An Arizona campground will be closed until the end of August due to a bear attacking a 74-year-old Apache Junction woman.
  • Fire School 101: Inside the life of a firefighter

    The day is hot. The gear is heavy. The alarm rings and we have to respond to a fire. A car has collided with a school bus. It's a scenario designed to show city leaders what firefighters must deal with on a second's notice.
  • Police: Scammers targeting older drivers

    A group of scammers are targeting North Phoenix drivers by presenting themselves as mechanics fixing a "problem" with the victim's car, police said.
  • Study: Teens should wait longer to drive

    A new study from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety said states could cut teen crash deaths by as much as 50 percent by toughening up their license requirements with five new standards.
  • Ex-bank manager in Ariz arrested for missing funds

    A former bank branch manager in Phoenix has been arrested for allegedly trying to conceal more than $1.7 million in missing funds.
  • Brewer aide to lead Arizona task force on sales tax

    Gov. Jan Brewer is tapping a senior member of her to staff to lead a task force that's supposed to make recommendations on ways to simplify Arizona's sales tax system.
  • Feds seize 246 pounds of marijuana in Yuma area

    Federal authorities say they've seized almost 250 pounds of marijuana in the Yuma area.
  • Judge denies request over lethal injection process

    A federal judge has turned down a request by defense attorneys to allow them and reporters to watch more of the state's execution process.
  • Arizona landfill search for girl, 5, to end in June

    The methodical search of an Arizona landfill for the body of a 5-year-old girl missing for about eight months and now believed to be dead is expected to finish by the end of June, police said Thursday.
  • MCSO: Men who had eaten cactus rescued from desert

    Five men who had eaten cactus to survive were rescued from the desert on Wednesday, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said.
  • ‘Unicorners’ questioning if Mitt Romney is a unicorn

    A movement using humor to mock the birther movement in Arizona has a strange request: prove Mitt Romney is not a unicorn.
  • Goodyear girl falls short at Spelling Bee

    Goodyear teenager Sumaita Mulk came up short at the National Spelling Bee, eliminated Thursday in the sixth round.
  • Arizona gasoline prices down to 3-month low

    Gasoline prices in Arizona have fallen to a three-month low at the pumps.
  • Political newcomers drop out of Arizona CD2 race

    Political newcomer Nomiki Konst has dropped out of the race for a full term representing former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' southern Arizona congressional district.