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  • Polling shows Democrats ahead on Arizona statewide generic ballots

    For decades, the best way to win a statewide election in Arizona was to have an R by your name on the ballot. Recent polling suggests this could be the year that changes.
  • Judge denies request for hearing over deliberations at Arizona bribery trial

    A judge has declined to hold a hearing to examine whether jury deliberations at the bribery trial of former Arizona Corporation Commissioner Gary Pierce have been tainted.
  • Winning $1M Arizona Lottery ticket sold in Mesa remains unclaimed

    A $1 million Arizona lottery prize was still waiting for the winner to stake his or her claim Tuesday, a handful of days after the ticket was bought in Mesa.
  • US Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward comes to President Trump’s defense

    Senate hopeful Dr. Kelli Ward of Arizona came to President Donald Trump's defense hours after the he was ripped by politicians on both sides of the aisle for his performance in Helsinki.
  • Sen. Jeff Flake presses for action to back US intelligence agencies

    Several lawmakers on Capitol Hill, including U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona, are considering a resolution that supported the country's intelligence agencies, after President Donald Trump sided with Russian President Vladimir Putin over the election-meddling probe.
  • Phoenix police, highway trooper vehicles crash helping in pursuit

    Phoenix police and state highway troopers helping in a pursuit of armed-robbery suspects collided in their vehicles early Tuesday before eight people were eventually arrested.
  • Phoenix-area company negotiating movie rights for Thai cave rescue

    If the story of the dramatic rescue of a Thai soccer team from a flooded cave makes it to the big screen, it might be thanks to a Scottsdale movie company.
  • Arizona parks well-suited for families looking to take a last-minute vacation

    Looking to squeeze one final family vacation in this summer before the kids head back to school? Make the most of the break by spending some time outdoors with Arizona State Parks and Trails. 
  • Tempe looking to expand housing options for homeless veterans

    A Phoenix-area city is looking for landlords to partner with to expand its housing options for homeless veterans, it was announced Monday. 
  • Border agents arrest 2 in Arizona for alleged attempted meth smuggling

    Agents with the U.S. Border Patrol arrested two people for allegedly attempting to smuggle more than $140,000 worth of methamphetamine through Yuma last week, it was announced Monday. 
  • Prosecutors change policy for marijuana smuggling in Arizona

    People caught smuggling marijuana into Arizona from Mexico will also face penalties for crossing the border illegally under a shift in policy by federal prosecutors.
  • US Senate hopeful Kelli Ward gets $500K boost ahead of GOP primary

    U.S. Senate hopeful Kelli Ward was recently given a $500,000 push from Robert Mercer, who donated the money to a super PAC that backs the Republican candidate. 
  • ‘Sister Wives’ family will reportedly move to Flagstaff from Las Vegas

    The family at the head of the TLC reality show "Sister Wives" is reportedly moving to Flagstaff from Las Vegas, according to People Magazine. 
  • Arizona AG Mark Brnovich backs Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court

    Arizona's Mark Brnovich was one of 26 state attorneys general who signed a letter to Senate leaders last week urging the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
  • Authorities search for inmates who escaped Tucson prison

    Authorities are searching for two inmates -- 32-year-old Oscar Delgado and 40-year-old Oscar Estrada -- who escaped from a federal prison camp in Tucson.