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  • Democrat Katie Hobbs takes lead in Arizona secretary of state race

    Democrat Katie Hobbs snatched the lead from Republican Steve Gaynor on Monday in the race for Arizona secretary of state.
  • Ousted congressman blames John McCain for Democratic takeover

    There’s been plenty of finger-pointing about who is to blame for Republicans losing control of the U.S. House of Representatives, and one ousted congressman is pointing his finger at John McCain.
  • Frontier Airlines, pilots union nearing new contract terms

    A potential pilots' strike against low-fare carrier Frontier Airlines was likely averted Monday, after the sides reached an “agreement in principle” that would include better pay.
  • Gunman opens fire in Arizona bar, kills 2, critically injures 2

    Authorities in an Arizona city far east of Phoenix said a man opened fire in a bar late Sunday, killing two people and critically injuring two others.
  • Scottsdale, Gilbert rated among best places in US for veterans to live

    Two of the country’s five best places for veterans to live are located in the Phoenix area, according to a personal finance website.
  • Cold front brings coldest temperatures of season into Phoenix area

    A cold front moved into the Phoenix area, bringing the lowest temperatures of the season, but it wasn't expected to last long.
  • Arizona GOP looks like ‘sore losers’ for vote challenge, political expert says

    A request by the Arizona GOP for access to communications between the Maricopa County recorder and U.S. Senate candidate Kyrsten Sinema's campaign is giving the party a black eye, a former state legislator said.
  • Thousands line Phoenix streets for Veterans Day Parade

    Tens of thousands of spectators lined the streets Monday for the 2018 Phoenix Veterans Day Parade. The 22nd annual parade included more than 2,500 participants.
  • 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.
  • Heavy metal band Iron Maiden to come to Phoenix

    Heavy metal band Iron Maiden will make a tour stop in Phoenix on its 2019 North American tour. The "Legacy of the Beast" tour will come to Phoenix on Sept. 17 at Talking Stick Resort Arena.
  • But wait, there’s more: Arizona political ad spending hit new highs

    Spending on campaign ads in Arizona reached a record $129 million this year, part of a national trend that saw cable and broadcast election ad spending top $3 billion for the first time in a midterm election cycle.
  • Secretary of state race a toss up despite early AP call

    On Election Day, the Associated Press declared Republican Steve Gaynor as Arizona's new secretary of state. Less than a week later, it's anybody's guess to who will win the position.
  • Hoffman declares victory over Riggs in supt. of public instruction race

    Democrat Kathy Hoffman on Sunday declared victory over Republican Frank Riggs in the superintendent of public instruction race.The Democrat came into Sunday with a nearly 43,000 vote lead, a lead that grew by almost 4,000 votes following the latest tallies.
  • Sinema grows US Senate race lead over McSally for fourth straight day

    Democrat Kyrsten Sinema widened her lead over Republican Martha McSally for the fourth consecutive day in the drawn-out U.S. Senate race.
  • Old copper smelter’s smoke stack is demolished in Superior

    An old copper smelter's smoke stack in south-central Arizona has been reduced to rubble. Resolution Copper demolished the nearly 300-foot brick stack in Superior on Saturday morning.