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  • Friends, strangers helping single Phoenix mother get through shutdown

    With a steady job in the federal government, the last thing one single mother in Phoenix expected to have to do to get by was sell her plasma. Then the shutdown happened.
  • 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.
  • Sheriff Penzone favors more police in Arizona schools but funding an issue

    Campus security remains a concern for Arizona and local law enforcement leaders, starting with Gov. Doug Ducey and including Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone.
  • After officer’s funeral, Penzone backs Arizona ban on texting and driving

    Following the death of Officer Clayton Townsend, Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone said Arizona needs a statewide ban on texting and driving.
  • 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.
  • Former AZ agency boss: Hacienda investigation shouldn’t have ended

    The former director of an Arizona agency said he can't understand why an investigation into Hacienda HealthCare's finances was terminated in 2017.
  • ASU President Crow responds to AG lawsuit over university real estate

    ASU President Michael Crow talked to KTAR News 92.3 FM about the lawsuit filed by the state attorney general over the university's real estate deals.
  • 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.
  • Outgoing Arizona schools chief reflects on accomplishments

    On her last day on the job, Douglas spoke with KTAR News 92.3 FM about her accomplishments as public schools chief and her advice for Kathy Hoffman.