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  • Woman left with life-threatening injuries after hit-and-run in Glendale

    A vehicle struck a pedestrian then fled the scene Monday night, according to Glendale Police.
  • Comedian Dane Cook to perform in Phoenix in November

    Comedian Dane Cook will stop in Phoenix on his Tell It Like It Is tour in November. 
  • Restrictions to impact I-10, US 60 in East Valley on Tuesday

    The Arizona Department of Transportation plans to implement two freeway restrictions to accommodate maintenance work in the East Valley on Tuesday.
  • Judge: Earlier rulings over Arizona inmate health care to remain in place

    A judge who took over supervision of a settlement over the quality of health care in Arizona's prisons says the rulings of another judge will remain in place.
  • Officials educate Phoenix homeowners about fire prevention during holidays

    The holiday season typically means family and friends gathering in places filled with love and happiness -- but it also brings along plenty of fire hazards. 
  • US senators propose human rights commission named for John McCain

    The co-chairs of the Senate Human Rights Caucus introduced a resolution to establish a bipartisan human rights commission named after the late John McCain.
  • Polygamous group lets go of sprawling Arizona worship center

    A polygamous group led by imprisoned Warren Jeffs on the Utah-Arizona border is letting go of the sprawling building where its members worshipped.
  • Claims of fear to return home spike at US-Mexico border

    U.S. immigration authorities say the number of people expressing fear of returning home when they are stopped at the Mexican border spiked in the last year.
  • Arizona falls in the middle of worst states for drivers, ranked No. 24

    A personal finance website ranked Arizona No. 24 in a list of worst states for drivers, putting the state almost right in the middle. 
  • When it comes to credit card burden, Phoenix is about average

    When it comes to credit card burden, Phoenix is about average, Tempe is in great shape and Cave Creek is among the worst in the nation.
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor takes next step toward demolition of Terminal 2

    Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport continues to move toward the eventual tearing down of Terminal 2, after recently getting approval to do so from city leaders.
  • She Said: Hearth ‘61 in Paradise Valley is a can’t-miss restaurant

    Hearth '61, the fine dining restaurant inside a Paradise Valley resort, is serving sensational dishes that everyone must experience.
  • US starts to withdraw troops from Trump border mission

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. this week will begin withdrawing many of the active duty troops sent to the border with Mexico by President Donald Trump just before the midterm election in response to a caravan of Central American migrants, U.S. officials said Monday. About 2,200 of the active duty troops will be pulled out […]
  • Pack of dogs captured safely after running along Phoenix freeway

    Traffic along a major Phoenix freeway was slowed during the morning commute on Monday due to a group of dogs that were seen running along the freeway. 
  • Trump scrambling to find new White House chief of staff

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Wanted: Top aide to most powerful leader in world. Chief qualification: Willing to take the job. Must also be prepared to tolerate regular undermining by boss and risk of steep legal bills. Post-employment prospects: Uncertain. President Donald Trump is scrambling to find a new chief of staff after his first choice to […]
  • Poll of likely voters shows most don’t want to pay to fix Phoenix Suns arena

    A majority of Phoenix voters likely to cast a ballot in next year's special election said they wouldn't support a proposal that taxpayers foot most of the bill to renovate the Phoenix Suns' arena.
  • 15-year-old pedestrian dies after being hit by vehicle in Phoenix

    A 15-year-old pedestrian died early Monday morning after being struck by a vehicle in south Phoenix, police said.
  • Arizona man found safe after missing overnight, Silver Alert canceled

    A Silver Alert was canceled Monday morning after a Gila County man who was missing overnight was found safe, authorities said. 
  • Missing Gilbert woman found; Silver Alert canceled

    A Gilbert woman with memory issues who had been missing since the weekend has been found safe. Authorities have canceled a Silver Alert early Monday.
  • Snowed-in South makes the best of day off from work, school

    DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Snowed-in Southerners made the best of a day without work or school Monday while officials warned that roads remained treacherous even as the worst of a wintry storm departed. Snow, sleet and freezing rain tapered off across states from Georgia to West Virginia that were recovering from outages, canceled flights and […]