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  • Singer Lady Gaga performs during the halftime show of the NFL Super Bowl 51 football game between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons, Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017, in Houston. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

    Lady Gaga soars, Trump crashes, Putin wins and vets lose on Super Bowl weekend

    Donald Trump crashed and veterans lost after the president praised Vladimir Putin. A little later, Lady Gaga showed what it means to soar at the Super Bowl.
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    Phoenix police searching for suspects in unusual assault cases

    Phoenix police are looking for help in identifying two assault suspects who have two things in common: bad tempers and unusual weapons.
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    Phoenix police looking for leads in murder, assault cases

    Phoenix police are looking for leads in the shooting of a 19-year-old man and the unrelated assault of a 79-year-old man and hope the public can help.
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    First 100 days?! Try the first 100 hours of President Donald Trump

    Love the guy or hate the guy, love his policies or hate his policies, one has to admit that President Donald Trump is getting stuff done -- and quickly.
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    The fake effect of fake news on election results

    If I were to tell you fake news had an effect on the outcome of the presidential election, you may accuse me of reporting fake news. But I’m not. It didn’t.
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    Phoenix police searching for leads in two parking lot robberies

    Two different parking lot armed robberies and two very distinctive suspect descriptions. Police are hoping the public can help them with leads.
  • Rep. Kyrsten Sinema dances around subject of challenging Sen. John McCain in 2016

    A news ‘spin’ from Arizona that Washington really needs

    Lots of Democrats feel like they're going to be sweating it out over the next four years but one Arizona Democrat is using sweat to unify Washington.
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    Doctor urges Arizonans to get flu shot ahead of possibly nasty peak season

    A doctor said Arizonans should consider getting an influenza shot soon as the state readies for what could be a nasty peak of flu season.
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    Phoenix police looking for leads in robbery, attempted kidnapping cases

    Phoenix police are searching for the suspects in a robbery and attempted kidnapping cases and they hope the public can help.
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    US Sen. Jeff Flake report finds hamster cage fights to be money poorly spent

    U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona is such an advocate of spending taxpayer money smartly, that he will not let a good pun go to waste.
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    Police searching for suspects in Phoenix nightclub robbery

    Phoenix police are searching for six men who allegedly robbed the popular El Capri Nightclub near 21st and Van Buren streets last year.
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    Armed robbery suspect still on the loose

    Phoneix police are asking for the public's assistance in locating an armed robbery suspect.
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    Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs starts Capitol Hill job with big task

    The first day on a new job usually is limited to introductions and getting settled. U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona had some heavy lifting on Day One in Congress.
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    Police looking for leads in Phoenix-area sexual assault, robbery [RE-BROADCAST OF 9/10/2012]

    Police are hoping the public can help them track down two men who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman in Mesa and a woman who robbed a grocery store.
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    Aggressive Phoenix shoplifters remain at-large

    Two Hispanic men robbed a Circle K gas station at 6322 N. 12th Street around 3 a.m. on Dec. 6. Please report any information regarding these suspects.