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  • 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.
  • Phoenix police still searching for 2 men who have been missing for years

    This week on Silent Witness, we have two cases with two things in common: They are both men who have gone missing and investigators have run out of leads. 
  • Surviving Phoenix serial shooter won’t be charged with 9th victim’s death

    Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery said the recent death of a victim of Phoenix serial shooters would not change the prison term of the remaining convicted man.
  • Ninth victim dies 12 years after Phoenix serial shootings

    In 2005 and ’06, two men terrorized Phoenix in a string of drive-by shootings that left eight people dead and dozens injured. One victim who was seriously injured, Paul Patrick, died Tuesday.
  • Arizona schools chief says student safety goes beyond armed officers

    Kathy Hoffman, Arizona's newly elected superintendent of public instruction, said she believes keeping students safe goes beyond having armed officers present in schools. 
  • Suspect still on loose after 26-year-old man found dead in Phoenix

    Phoenix police are searching for the suspect in the murder of 26-year-old Matthew Groves, who was believed to be killed in Phoenix in July.
  • Counting continues in Arizona as Republicans lose ground

    Ballot-counting continued Monday in Arizona nearly a week after Election Day, with Republicans' hopes in three key statewide races growing dimmer by the day.
  • Arizona Republicans sue county recorders over ballots

    Republicans filed a lawsuit to challenge the way some Arizona counties count mail-in ballots as election officials began to slowly tally more than 600,000 votes in the narrow Senate race.
  • Arizona Statehouse could be split more evenly between parties

    Even when election results live up to predictions, there is always a chance for the unexpected and Arizona's midterms produced just that.
  • Official: McSally-Sinema Senate winner might not be decided for days

    It may be a while before Arizona voters know who won the tight U.S. Senate race between Republican Martha McSally and Democrat Kyrsten Sinema and it's likely to come down to the early ballots, which were still being counted.
  • Cats in Phoenix being attacked by someone with blow-dart gun

    Somebody is targeting cats in east Phoenix, shooting darts into their heads and leaving them in the streets of an east Phoenix neighborhood.
  • Day before election, Arizona governor’s race dominated by education

    As voters in Arizona will hit the polls on Tuesday to elect a state leader, one topic will be at the forefront of their minds: Education. 
  • Arizona CD9 candidate Greg Stanton plans work on tax reform, immigration

    U.S. House of Representatives hopeful Greg Stanton has waited through election days and nights before. In the 24 hours before Arizona voters go to the polls, he said he'll do what he's always done: work.