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    Arizona competition welcomes 3,800 Native American athletes

    Nearly 4,000 athletes from more than 90 Native American tribes will be in Arizona for the next few days for a huge sports competition.
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    Ann Kirkpatrick announces another run for Congress in Arizona

    Nearly a month after speculation that she would re-enter politics, former U.S. Rep Ann Kirkpatrick of Arizona announced Friday she was running for Congress.
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    Monsoon season means rise in pest, reptile activity in Arizona

    As the monsoon season hits its full stride in Arizona, residents should expect to have some unexpected -- or downright creepy -- visitors in their homes.
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    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton praises bipartisanship of US city leaders

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton said that U.S. city officials were taking charge of their own fates because leadership in Washington was at a standstill.
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    Wrong-way driver dies on Scottsdale freeway

    A wrong-way driver was killed and another driver was injured in the early hours Friday on a Phoenix-area freeway.
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    Freeway restrictions in place this weekend on I-10 and I-17 in Phoenix

    The Arizona Department of Transportation announced freeway restrictions on Interstates 10 and 17 for the weekend of July 21.
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    Small-format Target store opens on Camelback Road in Phoenix

    A new Target store has opened on 16th Street and Camelback Road in Phoenix -- and it's a bit different than other Target stores in Arizona.
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    Arizona state House Rep. Jesus Rubalcava resigns

    Rep. Jesus Rubalcava has resigned from Arizona's state House of Representatives in the wake of alleged problems with his campaign accounting practices.
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    Arizona visitors spent $21 billion in the state last year

    The state of Arizona saw more than $20 billion in spending from tens of millions of visitors in 2016, according to a report from Phoenix Business Journal.
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    Scottsdale is home to unique free-roam virtual reality gaming arena

    The only free-roam multi-player virtual reality gaming arena in the Western U.S. has a new game. The mission? Investigate a secret military space station.
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    ASU gets $4.3 million to study, improve solar panel technology

    Researchers at Arizona State University have received $4.3 million in federal grant money to study and improve solar panel technology.
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    Flake-backed bill would give officers wounded in Scalise shooting money

    Two Capitol Police officers wounded in the shooting of Steve Scalise would be eligible to receive money for care under a bill introduced by Sen. Jeff Flake.
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    Senators reintroduce Dream Act to give immigrants path to citizenship

    The Dream Act, which would give some young immigrants a shot at becoming United States citizens, was reintroduced in the Senate on Thursday.
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    Mesa city councilman pleads guilty to extreme DUI

    A Mesa councilman pleaded guilty to charges of driving under the influence in the extreme in a Phoenix suburb.
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    What happens if brain cancer forces John McCain to leave Senate?

    Should U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) be forced to leave the Senate following his brain cancer diagnosis, what happens to his seat?