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  • Gov. Ducey appoints former rival Fred DuVal to Arizona Board of Regents

    PHOENIX – Onetime Democratic Arizona gubernatorial candidate Fred DuVal has been named to the state university system’s board of regents. Gov. Doug Ducey, who beat DuVal in the 2014 governor’s race, made the announcement Monday. It marked the second stint on the governing board for DuVal, who was chairman of the Arizona Board of Regents […]
  • Colorado man gets life for killing pregnant wife, 2 girls

    DENVER (AP) — A Colorado man was sentenced Monday to life in prison for killing his pregnant wife and their two young daughters and dumping their bodies on an oil work site. Prosecutors have said they agreed not to seek the death penalty in exchange for Christopher Watts’ guilty plea, after seeking approval from Shanann […]
  • Frankie Muniz blames cat for flooding his Phoenix brownstone

    A housecat unwittingly made a bad week worse for actor Frankie Muniz, who returned from a funeral in France to find his Phoenix brownstone a flooded mess.
  • Arizona firefighters starting to come home after battling California blaze

    Some of the Arizona firefighters sent to Southern California to battle one of the two deadly fires in the state are starting to make their way home. 
  • Arizonans traveling for Thanksgiving expected to increase over last year

    If you are like hundreds of thousands of Arizonans planning to hit the roads or the skies for Thanksgiving, you should brace yourself for the masses. 
  • Sen. Jeff Flake begins backing away from 2020 presidential run

    After months of speculation whether outgoing Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona would run for president in 2020, he said Sunday he didn't think he would be the candidate to challenge President Donald Trump.
  • Kingman jail officer is accused of bringing drugs to inmates

    A Mohave County Sheriff's detention officer has been arrested for allegedly bringing drugs and contraband to inmates, authorities said.
  • Phoenix police still searching for 2 men who have been missing for years

    This week on Silent Witness, we have two cases with two things in common: They are both men who have gone missing and investigators have run out of leads. 
  • Health official offers Thanksgiving food preparation and safety tips

    A registered dietitian and nutritionist with the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix said there are a number of steps you can take to have a safe and healthy meal this Thanksgiving.
  • Glendale Fire bringing awareness to high rates of suicide for firefighters

    A recent study showed more firefighters died by suicide in 2017 than in the line of duty. The Glendale Fire Department is working hard to provide as many mental health resources as possible to its firefighters.
  • CityScape to host vintage market, open ice skating rink on Black Friday

    Shoppers who want to skip the mall scene on Black Friday but still have gifts to buy -- and perhaps have an itch for ice skating -- might want to head to CityScape.
  • Rain could hinder search for victims of California wildfire

    PARADISE, Calif. (AP) — The search for remains of victims of the devastating Northern California wildfire has taken on new urgency as rain in the forecast could complicate those efforts while also bringing relief to firefighters on the front lines. Up to 400 people fanned out Sunday to search the ash and rubble where homes […]
  • Crossing the border this holiday? Here are some tips for reducing wait time

    Teresa Small, public affairs liaison for the Tucson Field Office for U.S Customs and Border Protection, shared a few tips for reducing wait times with KTAR News 92.3 FM on Friday.
  • Globe bar, site of shooting that killed 3, has liquor license suspended

    Jammerz, the Globe bar where a gunman shot four people last week, has had its liquor license suspended, according to ABC15 Arizona. 
  • Forest Service’s cutting of older trees in Arizona forest draws criticism

    A Forest Service decision to cut down more than 1,300 trees that were more than 150 years old because of fears of an invasive parasitic plant is being criticized as breaking trust with backers of a thinning project.