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  • Judge to hear Arizona Republicans’ challenge to vote count

    Four Arizona counties' Republican parties will have their day in court Friday, when a judge will hear their challenge of which early ballots should count at the same time votes were being tallied for a close races in the U.S. Senate and other offices.
  • Profiles in Courage: Grand marshals in the Phoenix Veterans Day parade

    Here at KTAR News 92.3 FM, we wanted to show our thanks by broadcasting a special profile of each of the grand marshals in the Phoenix Veterans Day parade. 
  • Vehicles crash, roll over, land on roofs on State Route 51 in Phoenix

    Two vehicles collided, causing a rollover and leaving wreckage across a Phoenix freeway early Friday.
  • Rest stop between Phoenix, Casa Grande on I-10 reopens

    A rest stop between Phoenix and Casa Grande reopened Wednesday following a series of renovations, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
  • Grammy Award winner Michael Buble sets tour date in Phoenix

    Four-time Grammy Award winning singer Michael Buble will be making a tour stop in Phoenix next year.
  • Uber ban on broadcasting passengers was in place during Phoenix incident

    The ride-hailing company Uber instituted a guideline prohibiting drivers from broadcasting passengers' images amid privacy concerns in September after a St. Louis-area driver posted hundreds of videos.
  • Failure of Prop. 127 won’t stop renewable energy push, experts say

    The fight over whether Arizona should get half of its electricity from solar, wind and other renewable sources turned bitter election night when Attorney General Mark Brnovich called out California billionaire Tom Steyer for using California’s energy policies to try to influence Arizona’s policies.
  • Political analyst ’90 percent’ certain Sinema will defeat McSally

    KTAR political analyst Dr. Mike O'Neil told KTAR News 92.3 FM’s Mac & Gaydos on Thursday he was "90 percent" certain Democrat Kyrsten Sinema would defeat Republican Martha McSally for Arizona's U.S. Senate seat.
  • Democrat Kathy Hoffman takes lead in Arizona school superintendent race

    In an under-the-radar ongoing election battle in Arizona, Democrat Kathy Hoffman surged ahead of Republican Frank Riggs on Thursday in the superintendent of public instruction race.
  • Yuma Rep. Charlene Fernandez to lead Democrats in Arizona House

    Rep. Charlene Fernandez of Yuma was elected as leader of the Democratic contingent in the Arizona House of Representatives, the party announced Thursday.
  • Kyrsten Sinema moves ahead of Martha McSally in Arizona Senate race

    The contentious, drawn-out race for Arizona’s U.S. Senate seat flipped Thursday, with Democrat Kyrsten Sinema moving ahead of Republican Martha McSally’s lead after the latest batch of results.
  • Rep. Schweikert says lawmakers should not politicize mass shootings

    U.S. Rep. David Schweikert said lawmakers and public officials should, in the wake of mass shootings, discuss ways to keep the community safer but not politicize the shooting.
  • No Phoenix-area freeway closures planned for Veterans Day weekend

    The Arizona Department of Transportation said it wasn’t planning any projects that would require shutting down Phoenix-area freeways for Veterans Day weekend.
  • Along border, a growing opposition to military deployment

    PHOENIX (AP) — Amy Juan drove two hours north from her remote community on the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona to rally against the deployment of troops there. She’s one of many residents of the Southwest who oppose and are speaking out against President Donald Trump’s deployment of over 5,000 military troops to the border to […]
  • Director of Arizona’s Medicaid agency announces retirement

    Longtime Arizona public servant Thomas Betlach announced that he is retiring from his position as head of the state’s Medicaid agency.