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  • Arizona man sentenced to prison for threatening to kill Rep. McSally

    An Arizona man who threatened several times to kill U.S. Rep Martha McSally has been sentenced to 15 months in prison.
  • Semi rolls over, accident closes Interstate 17 at Loop 101

    A semi truck carrying bags of concrete rolled over in Phoenix early Thursday, shutting down a freeway interchange shortly before the start of commuter hours.
  • Arizona Legislature OKs ban on harassment secrecy pacts

    The Arizona Legislature on Wednesday gave final approval to a proposal allowing victims of sexual misconduct to talk to police or testify in a criminal case even if they signed a non-disclosure agreement as part of a civil settlement.
  • Ducey announces two new VA homes in Flagstaff and Yuma

    Gov. Doug Ducey's office announced Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs approved construction costs for two new VA homes in Flagstaff and Yuma.
  • Phoenix-area home shoppers better make up their minds quickly

    Home shoppers in Phoenix and around the nation need to be nimble because inventories are shrinking and homes are selling faster than ever.
  • Feud erupts between utility, US states over Colorado River

    Tension over the drought-stressed Colorado River escalated into a public feud when four U.S. states accused Arizona's largest water provider of manipulating supply and demand.
  • ‘Stop the Bleed’ teaches Tempe schools’ nurses life-saving techniques

    St. Luke’s Hospital and the Tempe Union High School District teamed up Wednesday to train the district’s eight school nurses in life-saving techniques in the event of a disaster.
  • Air quality across Arizona has improved despite population increase

    A report done by the American Lung Association showed that the air quality in Arizona has continued to improve. However, certain counties in the state did receive poor grades when it came to individual days of high pollution.
  • Cardinals’ Johnson launches David’s Locker at Phoenix Children’s Hospital

    Wanting to bring some excitement and happiness to children who are undergoing medical treatment, Cardinals running back David Johnson and his wife donated a cart full of video games and iPads to the Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
  • Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey to send more National Guardsmen to border

    After initially sending more than 300 Arizona National Guardsmen to the border as part of President Donald Trump's Operation Guardian Support, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is sending over additional troops. 
  • Former Arizona Gov. Brewer skeptical of Ducey’s proposed teacher raises

    When former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer heard of Gov. Doug Ducey's  latest proposal to increase teacher pay she was excited for the teachers but skeptical as to the where the money was coming from.
  • Here is how Arizona school districts are preparing for teacher walkout

    Several school districts across Arizona have started to prepare in the event of a long-term teacher walkout. Here is what they are planning to do.
  • Debbie Lesko, Paul Ryan to hold DC fundraiser ahead of special election

    U.S. House of Representatives candidate and former Arizona state Sen. Debbie Lesko was getting a helping hand from a big-name Republican.
  • Eastern Arizona wildfire balloons to more than 11,000 acres in size

    Firefighters were still working Wednesday to contain a wildfire that has burned through more than 11,000 acres in eastern Arizona. It had been burning for a week.
  • Arizona teacher group rescinds support of Ducey’s education proposal

    The teacher advocacy group Save Our Schools Arizona announced Wednesday that it would not be supporting Gov. Doug Ducey's education proposal, days after one of its co-founders said she was "cautiously optimistic" about the deal.