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    Phoenix police looking for man who tried to steal purse

    Phoenix police are searching for a man who allegedly tried to steal a 61-year-old woman's purse in the Biltmore parking lot.
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    Phoenix police looking for leads in two murder cases

    Phoenix police looking for leads in two murder cases
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    Jim Sharpe on MSNBC: John McCain may be too tough to beat in Arizona primary

    U.S. Sen. John McCain may be too tough to beat in Tuesday's primary vote, Arizona's Morning News host Jim Sharpe told MSNBC.
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    Police hoping to find person who killed Phoenix man

    On Jan. 26, 2016, Andrew Barela left his home near 45th Avenue and Camelback Road to go for a walk. He never came home. Police want to find his killer.
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    Phoenix police looking for leads in near-fatal shooting

    Phoenix police are hoping the public may have leads on a shooting that nearly killed a man in a local apartment complex.
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    Sharper Point: Parents’ annual reminder to keep cool as kids head to school

    With Arizona kids going back to school this week, emotions such as joy, trepidation and excitement are running high. And that's just the parents.
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    Police searching for leads in Phoenix man’s shooting death

    Phoenix police are searching for leads in the fatal overnight shooting of man earlier this year.
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    Phoenix police looking for leads in two burglary cases

    Phoenix police are hoping you may have information that will lead to an arrest in two separate burglary cases.
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    Phoenix man killed exiting a convenience store

    A Phoenix man was gunned down after making a purchase at a convenience store. The police currently do not have any leads on suspects or motives.
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    Smile like you mean it: Phoenix mayor has inside track on getting along with rival

    If mayors of rival Arizona cities can get along at the Democratic National Convention, then it stands to reason that other opponents can, too.
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    Phoenix police warn car buyers about blank titles that were stolen

    The armed robbery of a third-party MVD office could cause you some big problems. Two armed men walked into an office in Phoenix and stole blank titles.
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    Gov. Doug Ducey hopes to help deliver Arizona to Donald Trump in November

    Gov. Doug Ducey said he hopes that he, along with the state Republican Party, can deliver Arizona to Donald Trump in November's general election.
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    Arizona delegate: Hispanic voters belong with the Republican Party

    An Arizona delegate at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland said Hispanic voters belong with the GOP because their ideals match with the party's.
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    Could seasoned political veterans sink Donald Trump’s presidential campaign?

    I'm afraid Donald Trump will miss out on the presidency. Not because of the mistakes of young staffers, but errors made by seasoned political veterans.
  • Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump smiles as he introduces his wife Melania Trump during first day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Monday, July 18, 2016. (AP Photo/John Locher)

    Jan Brewer: Donald Trump is growing, maturing as Republican presidential nominee

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is growing and maturing as a candidate, former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Wednesday.