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  • William Goldman, Oscar winner for ‘Butch Cassidy,’ has died

    William Goldman, the screenwriter and Hollywood wise man who won Academy Awards for "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" and "All the President's Men" and summed up the mystery of making a box office hit by declaring "Nobody knows anything," has died. He was 87.
  • Big-hearted ‘Instant Family’ isn’t for the whole family

    "Instant Family" is a film that will show prospective parents exactly what to expect from the foster care experience — the good, the bad and the ugly.
  • Scottsdale firefighters pitch in to battle Woolsey Fire near LA

    The Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management has sent more than 160 Arizona firefighters to Southern California to battle the Woolsey Fire, which broke out Nov. 8 and has killed three people and destroyed more than 98,000 acres.
  • Belk, JCPenney rated among best places to find Black Friday discounts

    A personal finance website looked at 7,000 Black Friday deals in multiple product categories from 35 retailers to determine which stores had the highest average discount rates. 
  • It’s rare for browser extensions to be dangerous, but take precautions

    Allowing anything into your browser can potentially allow others to monitor everything you’re doing or modify what you’ll actually see as you’re surfing the web. Thoroughly evaluate browser extensions before installation.
  • US border agent’s 2nd trial in teen’s killing goes to jury

    The fate of a U.S. Border Patrol agent accused of deliberately shooting at a Mexican teenager for throwing rocks across the border is in the hands of a jury.
  • Tempe police chief apologizes for officers’ strip club visit

    The Tempe police chief is apologizing for officers who went to a strip club on an out-of-state business trip but says they did nothing illegal.
  • Hobbs declares victory, Gaynor concedes in Arizona secretary race

    Democrat Katie Hobbs declared victory over Republican Steve Gaynor in the Arizona secretary of state race as votes continued to be counted Friday.
  • Arizona revenue and gaming directors retiring after long careers with state

    Two longtime Arizona public servants – who worked for the state for a combined 54 years -- are heading into retirement, Gov. Doug Ducey announced.
  • She Said: UnderTow in Phoenix is a hidden gem that must be explored

    To say UnderTow in Phoenix is a hidden gem is a little too obvious. UnderTow is a tiki-inspired speakeasy located beneath the floors of Sip Coffee and Beer Garage in Arcadia.
  • Suspended Arizona parks director permanently removed from job

    Sue Black, who allegedly allowed potential archaeological sites to be bulldozed, is out as Arizona State Parks and Trails director.
  • Tucson, Phoenix rated by website as Arizona’s best cities for singles

    If you’re looking for love in Arizona, you might want to head south. According to WalletHub, Tucson is the best city for singles in the Grand Canyon State, with Phoenix close behind.
  • Report: Gun-related deaths of Arizona children up in 2017

    An annual review of preventable child fatalities in Arizona says that firearm-related deaths in the state continued to rise last year.
  • What is the latest with the caravan of Central American migrants?

    There is a caravan of Central American migrants who are making their way to our southern border. What is the latest news regarding this caravan?
  • Arizona authorities seize nearly 800 pounds of marijuana in recent bust

    Arizona Department of Public Safety detectives arrested seven people in connection with two cultivation operations that resulted in the seizure of nearly 800 pounds of marijuana.