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  • 15-year-old arrested for threatening to ‘shoot up’ Gilbert high school

    A 15-year-old student was arrested last week for threatening to "shoot up" a Gilbert high school, police confirmed on Monday. 
  • Phoenix officer suffers minor injuries in shooting, suspect in custody

    A Phoenix officer suffered minor injuries after being involved in a shooting on Monday, the department announced. The suspect was taken into custody.
  • Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton to resign on May 29 to run for Congress

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton announced Monday that he will resign at the end of the month in order to run for Congress. Stanton will step down at noon on May 29.
  • Ducey dines, discusses immigration, border policies with Trump

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey was among the Republican governors who dined with President Donald Trump on Monday, as the group discussed border security and other immigration policies. 
  • Trump nominates Arizona man to be US ambassador to Jamaica

    An Arizona man was nominated Monday by President Donald Trump to be the U.S. ambassador to Jamaica, the White House said in a press release.
  • Joe Arpaio says he’ll turn in 10,000 signatures for U.S. Senate ballot

    Joe Arpaio announced that he has collected more than enough signatures to secure his spot on Arizona's Republican primary ballot for U.S. Senate.
  • One man unaccounted for after rig collapse near Phoenix airport

    Cranes, back hoes and other heavy equipment are being set up to move a drilling rig that toppled on its side near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, trapping a construction worker.
  • Mark Shoen named the new richest person in Arizona

    Forbes has released a list of the richest person in every state and declared Arizona's Mark Shoen the richest in the Copper State.
  • Two more Arizona companies join Fortune 500, pushing state total to six

    Six Arizona companies, including newcomers Magellan Health and ON Semiconductors, made it into the 2018 Fortune 500, which ranks U.S. businesses by revenue.
  • President Trump praises CIA’s Haspel at her swearing-in

    Newly sworn-in CIA Director Gina Haspel said she wanted to send more officers into the field, improve foreign language proficiency among the ranks and strengthen the agency's working relationships with intelligence agencies in partner nations.
  • offers new route from Phoenix to Las Vegas

    A new bus route connecting Phoenix to Las Vegas will begin on May 25 via the travel service, the first route either to or from downtown Phoenix for the company.
  • Vigil for Texas shooting victims set for Monday at Arizona Capitol

    A candlelight vigil for the victims of last week's school shooting in Texas will be held at the Arizona Capitol on Monday night. Organizers hope to send a message to Gov. Doug Ducey.
  • Arizona Gov. Ducey to meet with Trump at White House for border talk

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey will meet with President Donald Trump on Monday night to discuss border security and immigration policies, the governor's office said.
  • Nielsen says 29 million people watched royal wedding in US

    NEW YORK — Perhaps getting married to a U.S. television star helps in the royal wedding ratings. The Nielsen company says 29.2 million people in the United States watched the wedding of Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle early Saturday. The London ceremony aired starting at 7 a.m. Eastern time and was carried live […]
  • Phoenix man charged in deadly serial shootings stays out of courtroom again

    A former city bus driver charged in a string of deadly nighttime shootings in Phoenix once again did not attend a hearing in his case.