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  • Gov. Doug Ducey calls special legislative session for opioid-crisis bill

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey expected legislators to quickly enact a law designed to curb fatal opioid overdoses. He planned to call a special session Monday.
  • Phoenix police looking for suspects in two theft cases

    Phoenix police were looking for leads in two theft cases. In one, a man stole power tools. In the other, someone stole a box trailer.
  • Polls show ‘stunning reversal’ in Mexican views toward US

    Mexican attitudes toward Americans have gone through a ``stunning reversal'' since the election of President Donald Trump, a new study found.
  • Arizona is home to the nation’s fifth-highest poverty rates

    A recent report by the U.S. Census Bureau found nearly 18 percent of Arizonans live in poverty. That’s the fifth-highest poverty rate in the country.
  • Phoenix trial set for man accused of making bomb parts for jihadists

    The trial for Ahmed Alahmedalabdaloklah, who is accused of making circuit boards used to remotely detonate IEDs, will kick off in Phoenix this week.
  • Ballet Arizona: The making of a fairy tale tutu

    Ballet Arizona will be debuting 32 brand new costumes -- including 18 tutus that were all handmade in their costume shop -- in February.
  • Senate talks fall short, shutdown extends into workweek

    The government shutdown is set to sow more disruption and political peril Monday after the Senate inched closer but ultimately fell short of an agreement.
  • Video shows plane attempting to land during powerful storm in Germany

    If you are uncomfortable flying on airplanes, you might not want to watch this video of a plane trying to land in Germany during an intense storm. 
  • ’12 Strong’ puts Hollywood sheen on early U.S. war effort in Afghanistan

    "12 Strong,” a movie about the early U.S. war effort in Afghanistan, may not rank with the most memorable war films, but it works hard to entertain.
  • Scottsdale named among best cities for renters, Glendale among worst

    Scottsdale was ranked among the best cities in the nation for renters, according to a survey from Apartment List.
  • Weekend wrap-up: Biggest Arizona-related stories from this past weekend

    This past weekend saw a whole host of national news, including the first shutdown of the federal government since 2013. However, Arizona did get its share.
  • Officials investigating three rabies cases in southern Arizona

    Officials are reportedly investigating three cases of rabies in southern Arizona and suspect that foxes in the area are carrying the disease. 
  • ‘Three Billboards’ sweeps female-focused SAG Awards

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Western-inspired revenge tale “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” swept the female-focused and led Screen Actors Guild Awards Sunday with wins for best ensemble, best actress for Frances McDormand and best supporting actor for Sam Rockwell.

    It was almost an exact repeat of the major Golden Globe Awards wins with Gary Oldman also winning best actor for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in “Darkest Hour” and Allison Janney taking supporting actress for playing Tonya Harding’s mother in “I, Tonya.”

    As with many of the awards shows this season, it was the treatment of women in Hollywood that stayed at the forefront of the show, which featured a roster of nearly all female presenters and Kristen Bell as its inaugural host. “We are living in a watershed moment,” Bell said in her opening monologue, which […]
  • Why wasn’t Arizona chosen for Amazon’s second headquarters?

    Several Arizona cities threw their metaphorical hats into the ring for Amazon's second headquarters, but none were chosen. Now the question is why?
  • $75K in civil fines issued for illegal hunting in Arizona last year

    Nearly one-third of the reports that were made to Arizona Game and Fish last year were related to poaching or big game hunting, according to the department.