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  • Maricopa County hiring 4,000 people to help with November election

    There are two weeks left until Election Day in Arizona and Maricopa County's elections chief is still working to hire enough employees to ensure that voting happens as smoothly as possible. 
  • Frontier pilots spread word in Phoenix that they are ready to go on strike

    Disgruntled pilots for Frontier Airlines stopped in Phoenix on Monday as they spread the word that they are prepared to go on strike.
  • AP Exclusive: Sandra Day O’Connor withdraws from public life

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court, has stepped back from public life. For more than a decade after leaving the court in 2006, O’Connor kept up an active schedule: serving as a visiting federal appeals court judge, speaking on issues she cared about and founding her own education […]
  • Violent ‘Halloween’ sequel has nothing new to say after 40 years

    Watching the new “Halloween” is like seeing your favorite classic rock band in concert: The tickets are more expensive, the music sounds familiar and the people you recognize have put on a lot of mileage.
  • Arizona opposes request for fees in suit over inmate health care

    Lawyers representing Arizona in a lawsuit challenging the quality of health care in its prisons want a judge to reject a request for $1.6 million in additional legal fees.
  • Lyft donates rides to help victims of domestic violence in Arizona

    Ride-sharing service Lyft has donated $20,000 in credits to transport victims of domestic violence to and from shelters across Arizona.
  • No Mega Millions winner, but $1M ticket sold in Arizona over weekend

    No residents in Arizona became overnight billionaires this weekend, but at least one lucky person will be able to cash in their Powerball ticket for a cool $1 million. 
  • Man gets 50 years in fatal 2016 Holbrook courthouse shooting

    A man who shot two Gallup women to death outside an eastern Arizona courthouse over a custody dispute two years ago will spend the next 50 years in prison.
  • Suspect arrested in ‘Wiggin’ Out Bandit’ bank robberies in East Valley

    Authorities have arrested a suspect believed to be the "Wiggin' Out Bandit" and charged him in 13 bank robberies across the East Valley.
  • Tucson man accused of using social media app to attract minors

    A Tucson man was indicted by a grand jury recently for allegedly using an anonymous social media application to attract minors over a four-month period. 
  • Tim McGraw, Dierks Bentley to headline Country Thunder Arizona

    Grab your cowboy hats and pull on your boots: The lineup for next year's Country Thunder festival in Arizona has been announced.
  • Upscale hotel to be built in Phoenix arts district in 2019

    Construction has begun in downtown Phoenix's Roosevelt Row Arts District for the Cambria hotel. It was expected to open to the public late next year.
  • Arizona highway trooper faces wrong-way driver head-on to make stop

    An Arizona highway trooper put himself in the path of a wrong-way driver on Interstate 10 near Tucson, the department said, and managed to stop the oncoming car before it hit anyone else.
  • Wag! dog walking service to open new Phoenix office this month

    An on-demand dog walking service recently announced that it would expand its operations with a new Phoenix office that was expected to open next week.
  • Cindy McCain named chairman of Washington, DC-based think tank

    A Washington, D.C.-based think tank named after the late Sen. John McCain announced recently that it has a new chairman: Cindy McCain.