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  • Arizona Lottery displaying its history at capitol museum

    The Arizona Lottery is displaying old scratchers games, drawing devices and Windfall Willie's office at the Arizona Capitol Museum.
  • Arizona EMT, firefighter suicide risk notably higher than that of public

    The risk for Arizona EMT suicide is 39 percent higher than that of the general public, according to a study by researchers at the University of Arizona College of Medicine.
  • Efforts to acquire Arizona’s Navajo Generating Station end

    Two companies that were negotiating to take over a coal-fired power plant on the Arizona-Utah line ended the effort Thursday, saying the challenges were too great.
  • Infosys announces plans for new tech hub, 1,000 jobs in Arizona

    Global tech consulting firm Infosys announced Thursday it would open a technology and innovation hub in Arizona, pledging to create 1,000 jobs by 2023.
  • South Carolina murder suspect arrested in Phoenix area

    South Carolina authorities say a man suspected in the fatal shooting of another man last month has been arrested in suburban Phoenix.
  • Mutt Masquerade: Toys, treats and fundraising for animal shelters

    The Arizona Animal Rescue Mission will host its annual Mutt Masquerade on Saturday to raise money for the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control.
  • Pedestrian killed in Phoenix when trailer’s back wheels went on sidewalk

    A semi-truck with a flatbed trailer hit and killed a pedestrian on the sidewalk of a west Phoenix intersection Wednesday, authorities said.
  • As summer nears end, no child, pet in Maricopa County has died in hot cars

    No small child died from being left in a hot car in metro Phoenix during the bulk of summer, a Maricopa County official announced Thursday, the last day of an area campaign created to help make that a reality.
  • Despite primary issues, Fontes touts positives of Maricopa County voting

    A month after issues plagued dozens of primary election poll locations, Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes touted improvements to a voting system that accommodated record turnout.
  • Is it time for your swimming pool to hibernate?

    How often do you really use your swimming pool? If your answer is not often, you might wonder whether you should shut the pool down. Here are some easy solutions.
  • Arizona to receive a $20 million grant to help fight opioid epidemic

    Arizona was awarded a $20 million grant to help fight the opioid epidemic in the state. The $20 million dollars was just the first installment of a two-year program aimed at combating the issue.
  • President Donald Trump will not make Phoenix visit this month

    President Donald Trump will not be making an appearance in Phoenix this month, despite earlier rumors that might have speculated otherwise. 
  • 8 dead, three injured after head-on crash in south-central Arizona

    Eight people were killed after two vehicles collided on a highway in south-central Arizona late Wednesday night, the Arizona Department of Public Safety said.
  • Legally Speaking: Breaking down ACLU’s lawsuit against Phoenix police

    The ACLU filed a lawsuit against Phoenix police over excessive force used against protesters during a visit from President Donald Trump. But what does that mean? KTAR News 92.3 FM's legal analyst Monica Lindstrom breaks it down.
  • Trump blasts GOP spending plan that lacks money for wall

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Raising the specter of a government shutdown in just 10 days, President Donald Trump complained Thursday that a spending plan pushed by congressional Republicans is “ridiculous” because it does not include funding for a border wall with Mexico. Trump tweeted that he wants to know “where is the money for Border Security […]