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    More rain was likely to dampen the Phoenix area early this week, but the weather system responsible will also bring some wind and temperatures in the upper 70s.
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  • Congressional candidate, former Mayor Greg Stanton robbed in Phoenix

    Former Mayor Greg Stanton who is campaigning for a seat in the U.S. Congress, was robbed returning to his car after dinner at a local restaurant on Saturday night.
  • Small plane crashes into the roof of a home in Payson

    An aircraft seemed to have landed on the roof of small home in Payson causing visible damage to the front and back of the home.
  • New strategy: Democrats go all-in on health care in midterms

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  • Maricopa County Recorder’s Office seeking general election workers

    The Maricopa County Recorder's Office is looking for applicants to fill multiple positions to help out with the upcoming 2018 general election.
  • Authorities investigating single-engine airplane crash in Payson

    A small-engine plane with just a pilot on board crashed into a Payson home Saturday night, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
  • President Donald Trump announces Valley campaign rally in October

    President Donald Trump is returning to the Valley next week, more than a year after police and protesters clashed following his last appearance in the Phoenix area.
  • Arizona State Fair shuts down as rain continues to fall in Phoenix

    In a tweet, fair officials announced that the fair would be closed for the remainder of the day as the weather continued through the afternoon.
  • Sky Harbor precipitation totals for October rank as second wettest

    Rain totals on Friday and Saturday, added to the totals brought from storms earlier in the month, have vaulted Oct. 2018 totals over the totals from Oct. 2000 and closer to the totals of the wettest October at Sky Harbor in 1972.
  • Interstate 10 closed at 43rd Avenue due to floods despite lifted lane closure

    As heavy rainfall hit the Valley on Saturday morning, scheduled road closures were lifted to accommodate traffic trying to avoid the heavy flooding giving vehicles more lane options on the Interstate 10.
  • Rain returns to the Valley adding to record monthly rainfall

    The remnants of Tropical Storm Sergio have made their way to Phoenix dampening roads and initiating flood warnings throughout the Valley.

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