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  • Flynn argues against prison time in Russia investigation

    Lawyers for Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn asked a judge Tuesday to spare him prison time.
  • Southern California agency OKs water plan that awaits Arizona’s approval

    A Southern California water supplier approved a plan that it hopes will ensure the drought-stressed Colorado River will supply the Southwest for a decade.
  • Chief responds to NYT article on Phoenix police shootings

    Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams responded to a New York Times article published Monday that said the department blamed civilians for officer-involved shootings.
  • Justice John Pelander retiring from Arizona Supreme Court

    Gov. Doug Ducey will get to appoint his fourth justice to the Arizona Supreme Court following the announced retirement of Justice John Pelander.
  • Milestone reached in construction of Scottsdale water park resort

    Construction on the Scottsdale resort that will house Arizona’s first indoor water park took a significant step when the last steel beam was put in place.
  • Two adults injured in accident involving Gilbert school bus in Mesa

    Two adults were injured, one seriously, in an accident involving a school bus and a passenger vehicle in Mesa on Tuesday afternoon, authorities said.
  • Phoenix-area commute ranked as one of most expensive in the nation

    The Valley has the fourth-most expensive average commute in the nation, according to a driver education website.
  • APS, Suns grant more than $48,000 to Arizona teachers for STEM projects

    Twenty-eight K-12 teachers across Arizona received more than $48,000 in grants from APS and the Phoenix Suns to fund STEM projects.
  • Trump administration asks Supreme Court to allow asylum ban

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration is asking the Supreme Court to allow enforcement of a ban on asylum for any immigrants who illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border. Two federal courts have temporarily blocked the policy President Donald Trump announced in November in response to caravans of migrants that were approaching the border. Last week, […]
  • Arizona’s high country still plagued by drought, despite recent storms

    A series of recent storms has helped Arizona's high country battle a persistent drought, but one weather official says the snow it brought is not enough. 
  • Trump threatens shutdown in wild encounter with Democrats

    WASHINGTON (AP) — In a wild Oval Office confrontation, President Donald Trump heatedly threatened to shut down the U.S. government Tuesday as he and Democratic leaders bickered over funding for his promised border wall and offered a grim preview of life in Washington the next two years under divided government. Trump and House and Senate […]
  • Chandler working on agreement with Allstate for 2,500 jobs

    Chandler city leaders are close to sealing a deal with insurance giant Allstate that would could create as many as 2,500 job at a new operations center within five years.
  • Sen. Jeff Flake reintroduces bill to protect child sexual assault victims

    Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona reintroduced a bill Monday that would prevent accused child molesters from questioning their alleged victims during trial.
  • Dave Ramsey says: Emergency fund is protection rather than investment

    An emergency fund is meant to be protection and you should have quick access to it. That's why putting that money into bonds isn't a good idea, Dave Ramsey says.
  • Is it safe to eat raw cookie dough? No, says the CDC

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned consumers this week that eating raw cookie dough or cake mixes can be harmful to your health.
  • 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. 
  • Michelle Obama to bring book tour to Phoenix in February

    Former first lady Michelle Obama will bring her book tour to Phoenix early next year after adding 21 dates, it was announced Tuesday.
  • 29K pounds of frozen Jimmy Dean sausage recalled over metal fears

    More than 29,000 pounds of Jimmy Dean frozen, ready-to-eat pork and poultry sausage links were recalled due to fears that it could contain pieces of metal. 
  • Jamal Khashoggi, other ‘guardians’ named Time’s ‘Person of the Year’

    A group of journalists and a U.S. newspaper who were called the "guardians" of the so-called war on truth were named as Time magazine's "Person of the Year," it was announced Tuesday.
  • Joe Arpaio files defamation complaint against CNN, other media

    Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has filed a defamation complaint against several media companies, including CNN and Rolling Stone magazine, and was seeking at least $300,000 in damages.