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    Arizona has 22 of nation’s top 100 outdoor restaurants

    It's no secret that Arizona enjoys some great weather throughout the year, but apparently we're also home to some of the nation's top outdoor restaurants.
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    ASU President Michael Crow’s name pops up on list for Harvard job

    Arizona State University President Michael Crow could be among the candidates for next year's opening at Harvard, according to a published report.
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    Shuttered Mexican-American studies program back in court

    A trial resumes this week considering whether an Arizona law shuttering a Mexican-American studies program in Tucson was enacted with discriminatory intent.
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    Veterans can get access to benefits through webcam sessions

    The Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services is using camera sessions to give veterans easier access to their benefits.
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    Phoenix Fire captain: Monsoons can be a flood hazard, even in Phoenix

    The deaths of nine family members north of Payson over the weekend in flash floods is a reminder of the dangers of monsoons.
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    White House reportedly meets with three political rivals to Arizona’s Flake

    The White House has reportedly met with three political opponents of U.S. Sen. Flake (R-Ariz.), a move that could see the senator ousted from office.
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    Video captures man getting bit by a bobcat while helping to save dog

    An Arizona man was bit by a bobcat when he stepped in to pry it from a dog it had bit, and the incident was captured on video.
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    Buckeye police still hoping for leads one year after boy disappears

    Police in Buckeye are still asking the public for help to find a missing boy who disappeared one year ago Tuesday.
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    2 dead after small plane crashes on a Mesa golf course

    Authorities say two people are dead after a small plane crashed on a golf course in Mesa, Arizona, northeast of the Falcon Field Airport.
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    Nevada GOP official retweets message about John McCain dying, adds ‘amen’

    A Nevada member of the Republican National Committee came under fire after she retweeted a message about U.S. Sen John McCain dying and added "amen."
  • This Saturday, July 15, 2017 image from video provided by Scott Muller shows the flash flood just upstream of a popular swimming hole where it swept several people to their deaths in the Tonto National Forest near Payson, Ariz. The flood was the result of a thunderstorm that dumped heavy rainfall just upstream, unleashing 6-foot-high floodwaters, dark with ash from a summer wildfire. (Scott Muller via AP)

    Teenage witness says deadly Arizona flash flood was heartbreaking to watch

    A teenage girl who witnessed a flash flood that claimed the lives of at least nine people described the scene as "heartbreaking."
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    Scottsdale-based Axon extending free police body camera trial to Canada

    Scottsdale-based Axon has announced it would extend a program that offers free one-year body camera trials to police departments in Canada.
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    Mexico one of four teams heading to Arizona for Gold Cup quarterfinals

    Mexico will be one of four teams that take the field Thursday in Phoenix as part of the quarterfinals of the Gold Cup soccer tournament.
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    Phoenix library closes after being damaged, flooded in monsoon storm

    The flagship Phoenix public library was closed indefinitely after a pipe burst during a monsoon storm over the weekend, officials said.
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    Valley police officer befriends teen he first met on night patrol

    A Peoria police officer had a chance encounter with a local teen and that moment would connect them forever.