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  • Amazon to open new facility in Tucson, creating over 1,500 jobs

    Online retail giant Amazon announced Wednesday its plans to open a new 855,000-square-foot fulfillment center in Tucson. 
  • Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signs 55 bills into law, vetoes 7 others

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey closed the state's legislative session on Wednesday by signing 55 new laws and vetoing seven others.
  • Phoenix woman sentenced after embezzling $852K for home, pool

    A federal judge has sentenced a Phoenix woman to over four years in prison for embezzling more than $852,000 from her employer to buy herself a home and swimming pool as well as pay for other personal expenses.
  • Two teen suspects arrested for kidnapping in Glendale

    Two suspects, one of whom was a minor, were arrested Wednesday for allegedly kidnapping two people and holding them against their will at a Glendale home. 
  • Southern Arizona highway partially reopened after fire forced closure

    A southern Arizona highway was partially reopened after a brush fire forced it to close in both directions during rush hour on Wednesday, the Arizona Department of Transportation announced.
  • Silver Alert cancelled after Scottsdale man found safe in California

    A Silver Alert was cancelled Wednesday after a Scottsdale man suffering from Alzheimer's and other medical complications was found safe in California. 
  • 74-year-old woman to participate in ‘hottest race on Earth’ in Scottsdale

    In one month, hundreds of Valley runners will gather to beat the heat in the so-called “hottest race on Earth." But one of those runners will stand out from the rest: A 74-year-old woman will be the oldest participant in this year's Beat the Heat race in Scottsdale. 
  • Arizona-based romaine lettuce outbreak sickens 172 in 32 states

    Health officials say nearly two dozen more cases of a food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce grown in Arizona have been reported.
  • Brewer: My heart broke after hearing about McCain cancer comment

    Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said it broke her heart when she heard news of a White House official's inappropriate remark about U.S. Sen. John McCain's brain cancer diagnosis.
  • Sen. Flake joins McCain in opposing Trump’s CIA nominee

    U.S. Senator Jeff Flake said he would vote against President Donald Trump's CIA nominee, meaning the GOP doesn't have the support of either Arizonan in the chamber.
  • Wildfire endangers residents of town in Prescott National Forest

    A limited mandatory evacuation order was issued for residents of a small Arizona town endangered by a wildfire on Wednesday.
  • Goodyear online payment system goes back online after cyberattack

    Officials in Goodyear said the city's online payment system was up and running again after a cyberattack.
  • Alleged Hamilton High hazing victims file lawsuit against district, school

    Victims of the alleged Hamilton High hazing case filed a lawsuit against Chandler Unified School District, officials at Hamilton, and accused players and parents of those players.
  • Sports betting ruling has ripples for US tribes with casinos

    Native American tribes were welcoming an opportunity to offer sports betting in potentially hundreds of casinos across the country after the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for states to legalize it.
  • Americans’ top financial regret is failure to save enough

    More than a third of Americans said their biggest financial regret was not saving enough money, according to a survey released Wednesday by a financial website.