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  • Monsoon activity can help, hurt crews battling Grand Canyon wildfires

    Monsoon activity can been beneficial to crews battling wildfires on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, but it also cam make the situation more dangerous.
  • Arizona projects receive more than $500,000 in federal humanities grants

    A pair of Arizona projects received grants totaling more than half a million dollars from the National Endowment for the Humanities, which handed out $13.2 million in awards this week.
  • Peoria man sentenced to 14 years on child pornography charges

    Reynaldo Granado portrayed himself as a female in a messaging app in order to obtain child pornography, according to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office.
  • Suspect is in custody after triple homicide in Maricopa County

    Hermelindo Sanchez was booked into the Maricopa Sheriff's Office 4th Avenue Jail on three counts of first-degree murder and two counts of endangerment.
  • Judge dismisses suit filed by son of Sen. Jeff Flake over dog-deaths case

    A judge dismissed a malicious-prosecution lawsuit by the adult son of outgoing U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake over the now-dismissed animal cruelty charges filed against him in the 2014 heat-exhaustion deaths of 21 dogs at an Arizona kennel operated by his then-in-laws.
  • Another round of hard rain blasts Tempe, floods US 60

    Another day, another monsoon storm in metro Phoenix. For the second straight night, Tempe was hit hard by rain that flooded streets, pushed mud onto freeways and left behind several inches of standing water.
  • Citizenship question on Census could cost Phoenix millions of dollars

    The federal government’s proposal to add a question about citizenship status to the 2020 U.S. Census could lead to major financial losses for Phoenix.
  • ASU joins forces with museum to offer master’s degree in WWII studies

    Arizona State University announced it was partnering with the National WW II Museum to offer a graduate degree in World War II studies starting in the spring semester.
  • Temporary downtown Phoenix water park throwing one last cool party

    School is back in session for most Valley kids, but they've got one last chance to splash around in downtown Phoenix this weekend.
  • As elections near, interest in schools fades for some Arizona campaigns

    When Arizona teachers walked out of their classrooms demand more funding, it forced education into headlines. Now those headlines appear to be a distant memory.
  • Arizona Cardinals preseason game to impact West Valley traffic

    Drivers in the West Valley should expect heavier traffic on Saturday -- not due to highway closures or restrictions, but because of an Arizona Cardinals preseason game in Glendale. 
  • Jack Nicklaus’ Scottsdale golf course to undergo $13M in renovations

    A private golf course in the Phoenix area that was designed by the legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus will soon undergo $13 million in renovations. 
  • Portion of Interstate 11 between Phoenix, Vegas opens to drivers

    An initial 15-mile stretch of the country's newest interstate designed to ultimately connect Las Vegas and Phoenix is open to motorists.
  • No Tempe students injured after bus accident in Phoenix area

    No students were injured after a Tempe bus crashed on a highway in the Phoenix area on Thursday, Jennifer Liewer with the Tempe Union High School District said.
  • How does Arizona measure up in fighting, preventing cancer?

    A recent report from the American Cancer Society found that Arizona was doing better than the national average in several categories for fighting and preventing cancer, but still struggled to keep up in other areas.