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  • Con artists selling water filters target Mesa neighborhood

    City of Mesa residents should beware of aggressive salespeople trying to sell unnecessary water filters door-to-door, a spokeswoman said this week.
  • Arizona schools chief Diane Douglas supports Board of Regents lawsuit

    Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas said she supports the lawsuit against the state's Board of Regents over an "unconstitutional" rise in tuition prices. 
  • Woman rescued from Camelback Mountain after getting lost on trail

    A Phoenix fire rescue crew rescued a female hiker who became lost while hiking on Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, a fire department spokesman said Wednesday. 
  • Eight Phoenix spots to celebrate National Pepperoni Pizza Day

    We know all these national food days are wreaking havoc on your diet, but we feel it's our duty to inform you Wednesday is National Pepperoni Pizza Day.
  • Phoenix police plan to search landfill for missing woman’s body

    Phoenix police will search a landfill for the body of a missing woman whose ex-boyfriend is charged with murder in her May disappearance, police said.
  • Trump rally, protest in downtown cost Phoenix $450K in overtime pay

    President Donald Trump's rally and the ensuing protests in downtown Phoenix cost the city more than $450,000 in overtime pay.
  • Arizona Cardinals in middle of pack for in-game food, beer prices

    Fans getting ready for Monday's home opener for the Arizona Cardinals got some good news this week: They won't break the bank at the concession stands.
  • Main Street Minute: Chompie’s Deli to offer holiday bread at Costco

    Chompie's Deli has lined up availability of its challah bread Wednesday at all Arizona Costco stores for Jewish New Year.
  • I-10 ramps to be closed, I-17 to be restricted overnight in Phoenix

    Drivers making their way through Phoenix overnight should plan on taking an alternate route, as I-17 will be restricted and I-10 ramps will be closed.
  • Arizona film office working to lure production companies for keeps

    As a program of the Arizona Commerce Authority, it’s the job of the Arizona Office of Film and Digital Media to bring motion-picture production here.
  • Phoenix-based marijuana company plans to turn town into pot resort

    A Phoenix-based marijuana company wants to buy the town of Nipton, Calif., and turn it into a pot-friendly resort.
  • Jake LaMotta, boxer who inspired ‘Raging Bull,’ dies at 95

    Jake LaMotta, an iron-fisted battler who brawled his way to a middleweight title and was later memorialized by Robert De Niro in the film “Raging Bull,” has died. He was 95.

    The former middleweight champion died Tuesday at a Miami-area hospital from complications of pneumonia, according to his longtime fiancee, Denise Baker.

    LaMotta handed Sugar Ray Robinson his first defeat and reigned for nearly two years as middleweight champion during a time boxing was one of America’s biggest sports. He was a fan favorite who fought with fury, though he admitted to once intentionally losing a fight to get in line for a title bout.

    LaMotta gained fame with a new generation because of the 1980 film based loosely on his autobiography from a decade earlier. De Niro won an Academy Award playing the troubled boxer — violent both inside and outside the ring — in a Martin Scorsese film that several critics have ranked as among the top 100 […]
  • Phoenix Zoo welcomes female baby giraffe for first time in over a decade

    In what will surely be the most adorable thing you've seen today, the Phoenix Zoo announced it has welcomed a female baby giraffe to its zoo.
  • Maricopa County Sheriff’s deputies shoot armed man west of Phoenix

    Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies shot an armed man who confronted them early Wednesday at a home about 50 miles west of Phoenix.
  • Report: Arizona charter schools widely abuse public funding

    A report by an Arizona think tank found that most charter schools in the state abused public funding.