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  • 80-year-old accused of Tucson bank robbery has decades-old record

    Robert Francis Krebs, an 80-year-old man suspected of robbing a bank in Tucson, has a decades-old criminal record for stealing from banks.
  • Tempe fails to pass resolution opposing US-Mexico border wall

    The Tempe City Council failed to pass a resolution that would have opposed a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border on Thursday. The measure failed on a 3-4 vote.
  • Nine home remodeling trends that are hot this year

    What’s hot today is probably going to be cool tomorrow, but it’s always fun to check out the latest home remodeling trends.
  • Video shows emergency landing of flight from Phoenix to Dallas

    Some passengers flying from Phoenix to Dallas had a terrifying experience Wednesday when the plane they were on was forced to make an emergency landing.
  • Arizona Diamondbacks’ outfielder Yasmany Tomas arrested in Valley

    Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Yasmany Tomas was arrested Thursday morning for driving more than 100 mph on a Valley freeway, law enforcement said.
  • Phoenix serial murder suspect’s lawyers granted more time

    A Maricopa County Superior Court judge has allowed more time for a Phoenix serial murder suspect's defense lawyers to challenge the grand jury findings.
  • Could the same meteor that lit up, rattled Michigan hit Arizona?

    Observers in Michigan witnessed an amazing meteor streak across the early evening skies on Monday. But could that same type of event happen in Arizona?
  • Teenager killed in Scottsdale crash that tore car in half

    A 16-year-old teenager was killed early Thursday morning when the car he was driving struck a light pole in Scottsdale and the vehicle was torn in half.
  • Arizona Senate bill would make it a crime to fail to report emergency

    Inaction by a group of Florida teenagers who recorded a man's drowning rather than calling for help has prompted legislation in the Arizona Senate.
  • Police charge possible Phoenix spree killer with nine murders

    Police accused a Phoenix man Thursday of murdering nine people last year, which would make him one of the most prolific killers in state history.
  • Theater group helps immigrant and refugee students share their stories

    Students from across the globe gathered in Tempe to share stories as part of a performance arts group that gives immigrant and refugee youth a voice.
  • Arizona education gets low marks on annual report card

    Arizona education scrapes the bottom ranks in the nation, receiving a D+ for school funding and the poverty achievement gap in an annual report card.
  • Schweikert aggravated with Senate as government shutdown looms

    An Arizona congressman said Thursday that he was frustrated with the Senate as the threat of another government shutdown loomed over the nation's capitol.
  • Pima Canyon Trailhead to reopen in Phoenix after months of renovation

    The Pima Canyon Trailhead is scheduled to reopen Saturday, after months of renovation that added parking and improved existing facilities.
  • Amazon passes over Arizona cities for second headquarters site

    Online retailer Amazon has released the list of nearly two dozen contenders for its second headquarters and no city in Arizona made the cut Thursday.