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  • 2 arrested after Buckeye kids found living in filthy, fly-infested home

    Two people in Buckeye were arrested on child abuse charges after law enforcement officials found three children in an "unhealthy and unlivable" home.
  • Rapper Iggy Azalea’s Bad Girls Tour, Phoenix performance canceled

    Australian rapper Iggy Azalea's "Bad Girls Tour" was canceled, the tour's promoter Live Nation announced this week. It was expected to stop in Phoenix later this year.
  • Phoenix police capture suspect who tried to run over officer

    A police standoff at a home in Phoenix ended early Tuesday when a man suspected of trying to run over an officer during a traffic stop was forced to give up.
  • Tuesday is Arizona’s deadline to register to vote in November election

    Arizonans wishing to vote in the November general election need to register on Tuesday or they'll miss their chance to have a say in who represents them in the coming years.
  • Poll has Arizona Republicans comfortably leading 3 of 4 state races

    A first-time candidate for public office and three political veterans, all Arizona Republicans who have supported President Donald Trump, are leading their respective midterm races, according to a new poll.
  • Proposition 126 would amend Arizona constitution to ban tax on services

    Proposition 126 would amend the Arizona constitution to ban a professional services tax on any services that are not taxed as of December 31, 2017.
  • Ballot measure town halls to be held across Arizona

    The Arizona Secretary of State’s office plans hold a series of town hall meetings to educate the public about the various propositions that will be on the November ballot.The first one will be next Wednesday at the Mesa Public Library.
  • Hunters find human remains near Cameron; Identity is pending

    Coconino County Sheriff's officials say they're investigating the discovery of human remains just south of Cameron. They say hunters reported finding the remains Sunday in the area west of Highway 89 near Cedar Wash.
  • Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey speaks on state’s K-12 education

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said he is not seeking approval for giving teachers a pay raise. "If anything, I want to get credit for being a problem solver, a leader," Ducey told KTAR News 92.3 FM’s Mac & Gaydos on Monday.
  • Valley Metro restoring regular service for five holidays

    Valley Metro announced Monday that bus and rail riders will be able to count on regular schedules for Veterans Day, the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Martin Luther King Day and Presidents Day.
  • Immigrant families released by ICE arrive in Phoenix seeking asylum

    Immigration and Customs Enforcement has started to release more than 400 asylum seekers in Phoenix. A coalition of churches and organizations across Arizona began accepting immigrants on Sunday.
  • The New Kids on the Block are coming on tour to Phoenix in May

    The New Kids on the Block released dates for their new tour, The Mixtape Tour, including a May 22 visit to Talking Stick Resort Arena in downtown Phoenix.
  • Student arrested for social media threat toward Tempe high school

    A student was arrested Sunday for allegedly making a social media threat against McClintock High School last month, authorities said.
  • NAU student lists dorm room on Airbnb, school to take action

    A student at Northern Arizona University is facing disciplinary action for renting out his or her dorm room on Airbnb.
  • Valley zoo welcomes two endangered penguin chicks to the world

    Two endangered African penguin chicks recently hatched at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park in Litchfield Park.