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  • Scottsdale Parada del Sol to honor John McCain in salute to heroes

    Scottsdale will pay tribute to the late U.S. Sen. John McCain during Saturday's Parada del Sol Parade.
  • Man arrested over bomb threat made near Arizona Capitol

    A man was arrested on Friday for making a bomb threat near the Arizona state Capitol building in downtown Phoenix that was found not to be credible. 
  • University of Arizona to offer new nursing degree program in Gilbert

    The University of Arizona College of Nursing announced plans Friday to launch a new degree program in Gilbert's University Building.
  • Head of Grand Canyon park cleared of undisclosed allegations

    The superintendent of Grand Canyon National Park is returning to work after being cleared in a federal investigation.
  • Former Arizona AG Grant Woods rules out 2020 US Senate run

    After months of weighing a potential run for U.S. Senate, Grant Woods told KTAR News 92.3 FM's Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes on Friday that he would not pursue a congressional bid next year. 
  • Marathon in Mesa will tie up streets in morning, early afternoon

    Distance runners will be pounding the pavement across an East Valley city at the Sprouts Mesa-PHX Marathon starting Saturday morning.
  • Hacienda woman’s sex assault spurs Arizona push to use cameras

    Arizona is trying to catch up to 10 states with laws allowing electronic monitoring and other technology aimed at deterring abuse of vulnerable people at long-term care facilities such as Hacienda HealthCare.
  • Parts of Loop 101, Interstate 10 closed this weekend

    Parts of the Loop 101 Pima Freeway and Interstate 10 will be closed this weekend, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
  • Mormon church’s ‘giving machines’ in Gilbert raise over $800K

    Giving machines placed in Gilbert by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints over the holiday season raised more than $800,000.
  • Arizona cities brace for more smart tech on their streets

    Arizona cities are bracing for smarter technology hitting their street that could reduce electricity usage and connect neighbors with businesses.
  • Arizona Special Olympics basketball team to represent US on world stage

    A Valley-based coed basketball team was selected to represent the United States at the World Special Olympics Games in Abu Dhabi in March.
  • Massive interactive art installation coming to Mesa

    Architects of Air: Albesila, a large-scale immersive art installation, will be on display in Mesa from Saturday until Feb. 17.
  • Arizona health facility rape spurs video surveillance push

    PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona is trying to catch up to 10 states with laws allowing electronic monitoring and other technology aimed at deterring abuse of vulnerable people at long-term care facilities, following the rape of an incapacitated Phoenix woman who later gave birth. Cameras are most commonly used, but they pose privacy issues, and advocates […]
  • Cindy McCain apology shows challenge for mixed-race families

    PHOENIX (AP) — Cindy McCain has apologized after she claimed she stopped a case of human trafficking at the Phoenix airport when she reported a toddler with a woman of a different ethnicity and “something didn’t click.” Police said they investigated but there was no evidence of a crime. The incident draws attention to the […]
  • US officer at border shoots driver going to Mexico

    NOGALES, Ariz. (AP) — A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer shot and wounded a driver who was trying to enter Mexico at a crossing in Arizona, the agency said Friday. The mayor of Nogales, Arizona, told a newspaper Thursday night that the man was killed, but CBP spokeswoman Teresa Small told The Associated Press […]
  • American’s new flight from Phoenix to London will run year-round

    American Airlines announced last summer it was adding seasonal nonstop service between Phoenix and London. On Thursday, the airline said the daily flights will be available year-round.
  • No citations issued against Dolphinaris Arizona, officials say

    Officials say Dolphinaris Arizona, a Phoenix-area aquatic facility where four dolphins have died in two years hasn't faced any enforcement actions from regulators.
  • Crowd Sunday at State Farm Stadium could rival Super Bowl

    More than 72,000 people are expected to come to State Farm Stadium on Sunday to watch a spry and energetic 94-year-old take the field.
  • Hacienda HealthCare to close unit where incapacitated woman gave birth

    Hacienda HealthCare is shutting down the unit of its Phoenix facility where an incapacitated woman gave birth late last year after being sexually assaulted.
  • Valley school worker arrested for attempted sexual contact with a minor

    A man arrested this week for allegedly trying to have sexual contact with a child worked for a Phoenix-area school district, authorities said.

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