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  • Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has reportedly resigned

    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has reportedly resigned, Axios reported on Monday. Rosenstein was anticipating being fired by President Donald Trump.
  • Police investigate online threat made against Phoenix high school

    Students and staff at a Phoenix high school were threatened online by someone who posted an image of a gun and a message that read, "Kids are next, can't wait."
  • First Place opens with aim to help adults with autism gain independence

    First Place-Phoenix will serve as an apartment complex with classes and support available for residents with autism and special-needs.
  • Owner of Phoenix bar donates nearly $13K in sales to Florence victims

    The owner of a Phoenix has sent a lot of money for Hurricane Florence relief. Beth Johnson, owner of the Swizzle Inn, said the bar raised nearly $13,000.
  • Phoenix police urge caution for female joggers after Iowa, DC murders

    After two women were found dead after going on a jog recently, Phoenix officers are encouraging female runners to take caution and be prepared when they hit the trails for a run.  
  • Ducey, Garcia facing off Monday in first Arizona gubernatorial debate

    Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey and Democratic challenger David Garcia will meet Monday night in Phoenix for their first of two scheduled debates.
  • Report: Buckeye top Arizona city for income equality

    According to a report by a housing research company, Buckeye is the best Arizona city for income equality.
  • New accusation rocks Kavanaugh nomination; Trump stands firm

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump staunchly defended his embattled Supreme Court nominee against a new allegation of sexual misconduct Monday, calling the accusations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh “totally political.” The president spoke a day after a second allegation emerged against Kavanaugh, a development that further imperiled his nomination to the Supreme Court, forced the […]
  • Cosby lawyers argue over Pennsylvania’s sex predator law

    NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Bill Cosby’s sentencing hearing began Monday with a debate over a state law that could allow the 81-year-old comedian to be branded a “sexually violent predator” — a scarlet letter that would make him subject to mandatory lifetime counseling and community notification of his whereabouts. Trying to avoid the designation for […]
  • Score! Scrabble dictionary adds ‘OK,’ ‘ew’ to official play

    NEW YORK (AP) — Scrabble players, time to rethink your game because 300 new words are coming your way, including some long-awaited gems: OK and ew, to name a few. Merriam-Webster released the sixth edition of “The Official Scrabble Players Dictionary” on Monday, four years after the last freshening up. The company, at the behest […]
  • ADOT’s $28.7M land sale near Sky Harbor will help fund I-10 widening

    The Arizona Department of Transportation announced last week that it sold a parcel of land near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport for $28.7 million.
  • 5-year-old boy dies in drowning at Mesa community pool

    A 5-year-old boy has died after being pulled from a Mesa community pool on Sunday afternoon.
  • NAU, ASU researchers part of $5M grant to study changing snowpack

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded the University of Nevada, Reno a $5 million grant to lead a study on changing snowpack.
  • Westbound I-10 near 59th Avenue to be narrowed at night this week

    Interstate 10 westbound at 59th Avenue will be narrowed to one lane at night this week, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. 
  • I-10 eastbound reopened at Avondale Boulevard after multi-vehicle crash

    Interstate 10 eastbound is delayed at Avondale Road due to a multi-vehicle crash, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.