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  • Latest Valley Topgolf location set to open in Glendale

    Get your best golf attire ready and clean up your clubs, Topgolf is opening another location in the Valley. On Friday, Topgolf in Glendale is opening its doors for the first time.
  • Bishop: Tucson Diocese has fired 10 over sexual misconduct

    The Diocese of Tucson has fired 10 employees in the last decade because of sexual misconduct allegations, Roman Catholic Tucson Bishop Edward Weisenburger said.
  • Request to send voter-registration mailers in Arizona denied

    The judge noted the logistical challenges of completing such a large-scale effort before the Nov. 6 general election and said last-minute notices would likely create confusion among voters.
  • Arizona issues notices of intent to revoke licenses from Southwest Key

    The Arizona Department of Health Services issued notices of intent to revoke the licenses of all Southwest Key Arizona shelters for migrant children on Wednesday.
  • National PLAY campaign to keep kids healthy stops at Chase Field

    Members of the Arizona Diamondbacks joined up with the PLAY campaign at Chase Field to promote the importance healthy lifestyles for children.
  • Phoenix Police officers get training about traumatic brain injuries

    The Phoenix Police Department and the Barrow Neurological Institute teamed up to teach officers how to identify and better communicate with people who have traumatic brain injuries.
  • Day of rain brings threat of flash flooding to East Valley and beyond

    With rain coming down throughout the day, a flash flood watch was issued for the East Valley and areas to the south and east Wednesday afternoon.
  • Teenage girl dies in Phoenix crash; driver was unlicensed

    Police have released the name of a teenage girl who died in a crash in Phoenix. The driver of the vehicle Emily Vargas was riding in didn't have a license.
  • Chicago Cubs’ Joe Maddon does good deed for Mesa children’s hospital

    Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon was on hand for the unveiling of two rooms at Mesa's Cardon Children's Medical Center that had been renovated thanks to a contribution from his charitable foundation.
  • Arizonans to urge national lawmakers to take action in fight against cancer

    A dozen Arizonans will join a nationwide group descending on Washington D.C. next week to urge lawmakers to take action in the fight against cancer.
  • Court rules bartenders, wait staff entitled to higher pay for nontip work

    A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that Arizona bars and restaurants cannot pay tipped employees less than minimum wage for doing work that does not directly generate tips, a decision that one attorney called “a game changer.”
  • GOP goes back to the immigration well in Arizona

    ARIVACA, Ariz. (AP) — Jim Chilton stood before the four strands of barbed wire that separate his ranchland from Mexico and pointed at a nearby ridge. “Very often, I see scouts on that mountain, right there,” he told Rep. Martha McSally. McSally, a Republican who represents a stretch of the Arizona border in the House […]
  • Norterra Elementary teacher wins Mac & Gaydos’ Pay Tribute to a Teacher

    Phoenix third-grade teacher Leslie Harris was named this month’s honoree of Mac & Gaydos’ Pay Tribute to a Teacher, a program that rewards teachers in the area for their hard work and dedication.
  • Visitors will get in for free Saturday at Grand Canyon, other national parks

    People can visit the Grand Canyon and other national parks for free Saturday, the 25th anniversary of National Public Lands Day.
  • Arizona patrol volunteer saves forgotten dog tied to truck on move

    A patrol volunteer with the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office helped keep a dog safe and sound, alerting the driver of a semitrailer that the animal was still tied to the back of the moving vehicle.

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