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  • Arizona stargazers should look for bright globular cluster, Omega Centauri

    As we move deeper into spring, we proudly introduce to you one of the most amazing globular clusters in the night sky: Omega Centauri.
  • Cindy McCain denies plans to back Joe Biden in 2020 race against Trump

    Cindy McCain pushed back against a report that she would back Democrat Joe Biden in his anticipated presidential run against Donald Trump.
  • Arizona officials expand temporary housing for migrants

    Officials in Arizona are expanding temporary housing options for the latest of thousands of migrants arriving in Tucson this year with their families.
  • Inmate files complaint against Phoenix police over dog attack

    A man who was living in his car and arrested by Phoenix police has filed a complaint against the city, accusing an officer of ordering a dog to attack him.
  • Another Sears store in metro Phoenix to close doors for good

    Another Sears location in metro Phoenix is about to close its doors for good. The struggling retailer is shutting down the store and auto center at a Glendale mall.
  • Another suspect attempted to kidnap Phoenix girl, police say

    A suspect is accused of attempting to kidnap an 11-year-old girl in Phoenix this past weekend, the fifth incident of attempted kidnapping or luring in the area in about a month.
  • Arizona GOP Chair Kelli Ward pushes school sales tax hike

    The Arizona Republican Party's leader on Wednesday pushed for state lawmakers to back a stalled proposal raising the state sales tax to provide additional funding for schools.
  • Goodyear pharmacy tech sentenced for stealing $100K worth of supplies

    A pharmacy technician in metro Phoenix was sentenced to six months in jail Tuesday for stealing more than $100,000 worth of medical supplies from his employer.
  • Early voting in Phoenix City Council runoff election starts Wednesday

    Some voters in Phoenix will start to receive ballots in the mail Wednesday to elect two city council members in next month's runoff election. 
  • Video shows armed men lead migrant woman, child across Arizona border

    Customs and Border Protection said men armed with assault weapons brought a woman and her young son into Arizona from Mexico just days ago.
  • Trump threatens more troops to border after Mexico incident

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump renewed his threat Wednesday to send more troops to the U.S.-Mexico border following an incident in which Mexican soldiers confronted U.S. personnel. Mexico blamed the incident on confusion, and said it was not looking for confrontation with the U.S. In morning tweets, Trump said, “Mexico’s Soldiers recently pulled guns […]
  • More Arizona women than men voted in 2018 midterm election

    Women voters outnumbered men during the 2018 midterm election in Arizona, according to a new analysis released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
  • Sheriff Penzone requesting ‘realistic expectations’ for mental illness

    Following the release of the 66-page independent report on last year's spike in shooting incidents involving officers, Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone provided his thoughts on the issue of mental illness and law enforcement Tuesday.
  • Annual study finds that Phoenix’s air quality is deteriorating

    Metro Phoenix's air quality greatly deteriorated over the past year, according to a new study by the American Lung Association.
  • Arizona organization to hold discussion on immigration crisis

    An Arizona-based grassroots organization will hold a discussion next week in order to discuss the current immigration crisis and continuing separation of families at the border.
  • Eastbound I-10 ramp at SR 87 to close for 7 weeks for widening project

    The eastbound I-10 on-ramp at SR 87 is set to close for 7 weeks beginning Wednesday as ADOT crews work on widening the interstate north of Picacho Peak.
  • Tempe breaks ground on 259-room hotel next to ASU

    Developers broke ground Tuesday on an eight-story hotel set next door to Arizona State University's main campus in Tempe that will carry the Hyatt name.
  • Silver Alert issued for missing Avondale man with dementia

    According to authorities, 83-year-old Louis Brooks Jr. was last seen in the area of 12814 W. Indianola Ave in Avondale on Tuesday.
  • Few Arizona doctors use prescription drug database, despite state law

    Arizona law requires doctors to check a state database before they write a new prescription for a controlled substance, such as opioids.Yet less than 40% do.
  • Judge upholds contract in Arizona divorce spat with poisoning claims

    A judge has upheld a prenuptial agreement between an Arizona newspaper publisher and his wife in a bitter divorce case that included allegations of poisoning.