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  • Poll: Arizona voters overwhelmingly oppose abolition of ICE

    The abolition of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is unlikely to be a winning campaign issue in Arizona, according to a recent poll.
  • Arizona monsoon season poses health risk for ailing and even the fit

    Arizona's monsoon season can be an especially difficult time for people with certain health issues, but everyone can take precautions to lessen the chance for serious problem, an internal medicine physician in Phoenix said.
  • Silver Alert canceled; Clarkdale man found safe after driving to Luke AFB

    Authorities canceled a Silver Alert on Thursday for an 87-year-old man who didn't return home to Clarkdale, Arizona, after driving to Luke Air Force Base a day earlier.
  • Foreclosures up in Phoenix area, but it’s no reason to worry, expert says

    Counter to the national trend, foreclosures were on the rise in the Phoenix area in the first half of the year. But it’s no reason to worry.
  • Silver Alert cancelled after 85-year-old man last seen in Phoenix found

    A Silver Alert issued Thursday was canceled the same day after an 85-year-old Phoenix man who went missing a day earlier was located in good health.
  • Build-A-Bear ends pay-your-age special because of massive turnout

    Build-A-Bear Workshop's pay-your-age special was so popular Thursday that the company pulled the plug on it early. The toy shop has four Phoenix-area locations.
  • Arizona legislator admits to deputy he’d been going 120 mph

    An Arizona legislator caught speeding and darting in and out of traffic reportedly told the deputy who stopped him that as a government official he had immunity from citations.
  • Flash flood sends tourists to high ground near Grand Canyon

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Torrents of water rushed Thursday through an Arizona canyon famous for its towering blue-green waterfalls, sending tourists scrambling to benches, trees and caves as they sought higher ground. Rescue workers evacuated most of the 200 tourists after two rounds of flooding hit the Havasupai reservation, deep in a gorge off the […]
  • Senate veteran Kyl of Arizona returns to action as Supreme Court sherpa

    Jon Kyl trekked back to the Capitol with a name tag hanging around his neck, but he didn't need one. The former senator from Arizona spent three terms in Washington, which is why he was asked to guide President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee through the confirmation process.
  • Federal funding cuts could lead to fewer health care navigators in Arizona

    The Trump administration announced it would cut funds for navigators who help people sign up for health insurance, and that could impact people trying to get coverage in Arizona.
  • ADOT to install technology to help detect dust storms on I-10

    The Arizona Department of Transportation is aiming to make the drive on the Interstate 10 between Phoenix and Tucson safer during the monsoon season with its new dust detection project.
  • Mesa police add their first therapy dog to special victims unit

    Mesa police have adopted their first therapy dog, primarily to provide smiles and comfort to those who have been traumatized by crime.
  • US Navy expands naming of USS McCain to include Sen. John McCain

    The U.S. Navy announced on Wednesday that it would expand the name of the USS John S. McCain to include U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), in addition to his father and grandfather. 
  • Arizona restaurant chain ordered to pay nearly $160K for violating labor act

    A chain of restaurants in Arizona was ordered to pay nearly $160,000 after an investigation found that it violated a federal labor act, it was announced Wednesday. 
  • Phoenix youth baseball coach arrested on child molestation charges

    A Phoenix man who has ties to club baseball in the East Valley and Phoenix was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly molesting two boys between the ages of 11 and 14 from 2009 and 2011.