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  • Ducey, Arizona sheriffs join White House event defending ICE agents

    Gov. Doug Ducey told a White House audience Monday that border officers put their lives on the line to defend residents of Arizona.
  • 3 people, including 1 child, injured in central Phoenix car accident

    Three people, including one child, were injured in a car accident in central Phoenix that involved five people on Monday night. 
  • Talking Stick Resort postpones more performances amid prolonged closure

    The hits with the prolonged closure of Talking Stick Resort just keep on coming: It was announced that five more performances that the resort was set to host would be postponed. 
  • Arpaio, Ward welcome controversial figures to campaigns ahead of primary

    Senate GOP candidates Kelli Ward and Joe Arpaio have welcomed controversial figures to their campaign, just days ahead of the primary elections in Arizona.
  • Trial begins over renewable energy proposal in Arizona

    Hundreds of witnesses came to court Monday for a trial over whether a proposal requiring the use of more renewable energy in Arizona should be barred from appearing on the ballot.
  • DPS investigating woman’s death in car along Phoenix-area freeway

    The Arizona Department of Public Safety is investigating the death of a woman whose body was found in a vehicle along a Phoenix-area freeway early Sunday morning. 
  • Phoenix police searching for suspect in horse abuse case

    Phoenix police are searching for a suspect in a case where a horse was abandoned in a trailer in southwest Phoenix in April. The horse was so injured that it had to be put down.
  • Man dies after being hit by car driven by stepdaughter’s boyfriend

    A Valley man died a week after being hit by a car driven by his stepdaughter’s boyfriend in a West Valley parking lot, and the driver was charged with second-degree murder.
  • ACLU lawsuit accuses Arizona election officials of voter rights violations

    Three voting rights organizations filed a lawsuit against Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan over alleged federal voter rights violations.
  • DeSoto Central Market in downtown Phoenix shuts down

    The Desoto Central Market, an eclectic downtown Phoenix food court and night spot, announced Monday it was closing immediately.
  • Grand Canyon University to welcome record 7,100 new students

    A flood of purple moved across part of Phoenix Monday morning, but it wasn't worrisome. A record number of new students will arrive at Grand Canyon University for move-in day.
  • US 60 westbound at Loop 101 reopens after accident

    An accident shut down westbound U.S. 60 at Loop 101 north Monday morning, transportation officials said.
  • MTV VMAs was a shocking event, for the wrong reasons

    NEW YORK (AP) — With most of music industry’s top acts absent — from Beyonce to Bruno Mars — the MTV Video Music Awards lacked star power and felt flat, and some of the winners turned heads — for the wrong reasons. Exhibit A: Camila Cabello beat out Drake, Mars, Cardi B, Ariana Grande and […]
  • Small plane crashes onto Phoenix street, claims lives of 2 onboard

    Two people aboard a small plane died Monday after the aircraft crashed onto a street in northwest Phoenix, authorities said.
  • Diane Douglas: AzMERIT not reflective of students’ overall performance

    The majority of students failed the state’s AzMERIT test last year, but the Arizona schools chief doesn’t want parents to feel discouraged.