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  • Wounded Border Patrol agent stable and in good spirits

    The wounded U.S. Border Patrol agent who was shot this week while patrolling a remote area alone near Arizona's border with Mexico is in stable condition and good spirits, the chief of the agency in Tucson said Wednesday.
  • Waymo early rider program provides insight into self-driving car use

    A select group of Arizonans has been shuttling around the Phoenix area in self-driving cars for the past year, providing valuable insight into the future of the technology.
  • Two I-10 ramps to permanently close for South Mountain Freeway work

    The Arizona Department of Transportation is saying goodbye to two Interstate 10 ramps in west Phoenix to make room for a new interchange as part of the South Mountain Freeway project.
  • McSally, Biggs laud progress in summit negotiations with North Korea

    President Donald Trump's summit in Singapore with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un has two Arizona members of Congress feeling better about denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
  • Fourth victim of deadly SUV incident in Fountain Hills dies in Canada

    A Canadian man seriously injured when an SUV killed three other pedestrians in a Phoenix suburb in March died in a Calgary hospital.
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor ranks No. 3 in nation for business travelers

    Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport ranked third in the nation for the best airports when it comes to business travelers. 
  • Survey: LGBTQ teens in Arizona face anxiety, don’t feel safe at school

    Teens in Arizona who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer are experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety, and many don’t feel safe at school, a new survey finds.
  • Tucson activists denounce separation of immigrant families at border

    Free the Children Coalition called the Trump administration’s separation of immigrant families at the border an attack on children that exposes them to illness and trauma.
  • Calls to Tempe hotline increase after suicides of Spade, Bourdain

    The number of calls to a Tempe-based hotline have increased following the suicides of two high-profile celebrities: Fashion designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain. 
  • Drivers should be aware of northern Arizona wildlife during monsoons

    The Arizona Department of Transportation is warning drivers to be aware of wildlife while driving in northern Arizona, as the number of crashes involving wildlife spikes in June. 
  • Girls wrestling approved as an emerging sport in Arizona

    Girls will no longer have to wrestle against boys in schools across Arizona. Girls wrestling will become an emerging sport for the winter season this upcoming school year.
  • Washington’s Stanley Cup rally draws fans from Arizona, Puerto Rico

    Tens of thousands of Washington Capitals fans celebrated the team’s Stanley Cup victory Tuesday – but not all of those cheering were Washingtonians.
  • Sen. John McCain is doing well following April surgery, daughter says

    Two months after he underwent surgery in Phoenix to treat an intestinal infection, U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is doing well, his daughter Meghan McCain told Mac and Gaydos.
  • Arizona students call for gun control on Pulse anniversary

    About 30 students gathered at the Arizona state Capitol for a "die-in" on the second anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting.
  • Two Phoenix officers injured after altercation in 7-11 parking lot

    Two officers with the Phoenix Police Department suffered minor injuries Tuesday after being involved in an altercation in the parking lot of a 7-11 near 33rd Avenue and Bell Road.