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  • Border security means physical barriers, US Sen. McSally says

    The stalemate between the White House and Congress over funding for a border wall has frustrated plenty of Americans, including U.S. Sen. Martha McSally of Arizona.
  • Arizona sheriff wants Trump to put foot down on border security

    With over three decades of experience working and living in Cochise County, Sheriff Mark Dannels said border security for the affected communities was a "bottom line" agenda item for him.
  • Woman in Dallas Cowboys gear robs Phoenix gas station at knife point

    A woman in a Dallas Cowboys jersey and ballcap pulled a knife on a Circle K clerk in Phoenix last January. Now police are asking the public to help find her.
  • Border patrol union chief sees necessity of Trump wall

    As a partial federal shutdown over funding for a border wall enters its 20th day, the head of the Border Patrol agents union said walls work.
  • String of deadly Arizona highways crashes worries DPS chief

    A week into January, nearly a dozen people have been killed in car wrecks on Arizona highways. Frank Milstead, director of the state Department of Public Safety, said drivers should be concerned about where they're going, not how fast they get there.
  • Man accused of robbing Mesa pharmacy for pain medication

    Phoenix police are searching for a man who was accused of robbing a Mesa pharmacy for Oxycodone, a highly addictive pain medication.
  • US Rep. Greg Stanton says wall is not ‘smart border security’

    As Congress struggles to reopen the federal government over border security funding, one of Arizona's newest representatives is advocating for a different form of security.
  • US Rep. Andy Biggs ready to welcome new Arizona colleagues

    Fighting between Republicans and Democrats is business as usual in politics, but as the first day of the 116th Congress unfolds Thursday, U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona already knows he will get along with the newcomers from the Grand Canyon State.
  • Phoenix police searching for suspect in 2013 armed robbery

    Police have always told us, if someone with a weapon demands your purse or wallet, give it to them. Your life isn't worth it.
  • Phoenix police searching for suspect in 2013 fatal shooting

    Sandra Johnson, 51, wasn't even safe in her own home. "Suspects shot into her home, sadly killing her and wounding three other people inside," said Phoenix Police Sgt. Darren Burch.
  • Silent Witness: Phoenix police searching for suspect in 2017 shooting

    Investigators in Phoenix just can't figure this one out: Omar Gonzalez Martinez, 27, was gunned down in the street last year. 
  • Arizona Rep. Schweikert says border security will include wall, technology

    An Arizona congressman said lawmakers won't be able to build a wall along the entire U.S.-Mexico border, as a government shutdown over border wall funding looms.
  • Phoenix councilman blasts mayor, staff for secretive Suns arena proposal

    Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio said Mayor Thelda Williams and city staffers mishandled the lead-up to the vote on a $230 million arena renovation deal that would keep the Phoenix Suns downtown.
  • US Rep.-elect Greg Stanton looks to address gun violence at federal level

    As Phoenix mayor, Greg Stanton oversaw a city where officer-involved shootings spiked. But as a U.S. representative, he wants to address gun violence at a federal level.
  • Arizonans frustrated by unrelenting robocalls may soon find some relief

    Arizonans who are growing increasingly frustrated with robocalls may soon be able to find some relief. The state is now part of a bipartisan group to stop or reduce annoying and harmful robocalls. 
  • Poll of likely voters shows most don’t want to pay to fix Phoenix Suns arena

    A majority of Phoenix voters likely to cast a ballot in next year's special election said they wouldn't support a proposal that taxpayers foot most of the bill to renovate the Phoenix Suns' arena.
  • Surprise police still searching for suspects in 2014 triple murder

    An unsolved triple murder is haunting the Surprise Police Department. 
  • Arizona secretary of state-elect sees teamwork as key to smooth elections

    The secretary of state-elect for Arizona said a better relationship between the office and county recorders may be able to prevent a continuation of the woes voters have faced in recent elections.
  • Phoenix police investigate nighttime attack, daylight store robbery

    A man was attacked outside a west Phoenix convenience store two years ago, and suffered serious injuries, from someone using brass knuckles with blades.
  • Phoenix police searching for serial robber from 2013

    A downtown Phoenix restaurant needs some relief from a repeat robber who broke into the venue four times between April 14 and June 17, 2013.