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  • Weekend wrap-up: Biggest news stories from St. Patrick’s Day weekend

    If you missed out on the news this St. Patrick's Day weekend, no worries: Here are some of the biggest news stories, both in Arizona and across the nation.
  • Arizona dog currently up for adoption has long, unusual history

    Ears, a Chihuahua who is up for adoption at the Brynne Smith Memorial Campus and Adoption Center in Scottsdale, has quite the history. 
  • Death penalty for drug traffickers part of Trump opioid plan

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump’s plan to combat opioid drug addiction nationwide calls for stiffer penalties for drug traffickers, including the death penalty where appropriate under current law, a top administration official said Sunday. It’s a fate for drug dealers that Trump, who aims to be seen as tough on crime, has been highlighting […]
  • Flake hopes Republicans would stand up if Trump fires Robert Mueller

    U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake said he hopes his Republican colleagues will stand up to President Donald Trump if he moves to fire special counsel Robert Mueller. 
  • Tempe police: Father, son found dead inside ‘hoarding house’

    Police in Tempe said a father and son found dead inside a "hoarding house" likely died in a murder-suicide. Their bodies were found on Saturday.
  • Northern Arizona cities covered in snow after overnight storm

    Cities in northern Arizona were swept with snow overnight on Saturday, leaving inches of snow in some places, according to the National Weather Service.
  • Sunday could be last day below 70 degrees in Phoenix until November

    Sunday could be the last day Phoenix sees a high temperature below 70 degrees until November, the National Weather Service said.
  • Meghan McCain posts another photo of her and Sen. John McCain

    U.S. Sen. John McCain may not be spotted much in public, but the Arizona Republican can be seen posing for selfies on his family's social media pages. 
  • ASU purchases building near White House for East Coast operations

    Arizona State University has purchased a building just two blocks away from the White House in Washington, D.C. to consolidate its east coast programs.
  • Here’s why parents will want to log on to Apple’s new Families page

    Apple has launched a new page on its website, Families, that helps those of us with kids access all parental controls in one place.
  • LA man takes his telescope for a walk, video goes viral

    A montage of different types of people - children, middle-aged, a police officer - peered into the telescope, which typically evoked similar reactions.
  • Arizona bridges are generally safe, expert and national reports indicate

    One expert on bridge safety said Arizona’s bridges are safe even though the government listed some of them in poor or “structurally deficient” condition.
  • Phoenix not among cities bidding on 2026 FIFA World Cup

    Those hoping for the 2026 FIFA World Cup to land at University of Phoenix Stadium are going to have to go elsewhere to catch the action.
  • Former NFL star Ray Lewis to host Phoenix celebrity golf tournament

    The Mountain Shadows Celebrity Shootout will benefit the Ray of Hope Foundation, the non-profit organization founded by Lewis and John Brenkus.
  • Father, daughter in serious condition after explosion

    A Phoenix man and his 8-year-old daughter are in serious condition due to an explosion in Phoenix Saturday, according to the Phoenix Fire Department.