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  • Something’s missing in HBO’s new film on John McCain’s life

    It's no coincidence that the words "President Trump" aren't spoken in "John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls," the HBO documentary on the Arizona senator that debuts on Memorial Day.
  • Major upgrades planned for Margaret T. Hance Park in Phoenix

    Phoenix has unveiled some big plans for downtown’s Margaret T. Hance Park: The 32-acre park is in line for some big upgrades, according to the city’s parks department. 
  • No Phoenix-area freeway closures over Memorial Day weekend

    The Arizona Department of Transportation announced that over the Memorial Day weekend, there will be no freeway closures or major lane restrictions for construction or maintenance along Phoenix-area freeways.
  • One shot as verbal altercation leads to shooting outside hospital

    The Phoenix Police Department is looking for two suspects involved in a shooting that left one man hurt outside St. John's Hospital Thursday.
  • More changes made to departure routes from Sky Harbor airport

    The departure routes out of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport will be undergoing more changes, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Thursday.
  • Stanton talks education, what keeps him up at night as resignation nears

    Talking with 92.3 FM KTAR News' Mac & Gaydos, Stanton spoke on economic progress, education and what really kept him up late at night in one of his final interviews as the Phoenix mayor.
  • Crews recover body of trapped worker days after drill rig topples

    The body of a worker who was trapped after an enormous drill rig fell near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport was recovered Thursday, according to the Phoenix Fire Department.
  • Trump cancels summit with Kim; North Korea still wants talks

    President Donald Trump on Thursday abruptly canceled his summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un, blaming "tremendous anger and open hostility" by Pyongyang — a decision North Korea called "regrettable."
  • Arizona tea party activists torn between Arpaio, Ward in Senate race

    Arizona tea party activists' hearts are split between Joe Arpaio and Kelli Ward in the GOP Senate primary. That divide could pave the way for the more moderate candidate, Rep. Martha McSally.
  • Valley Metro donates 5,000 books to students as part of annual campaign

    Christmas is still many months away, but a number of Phoenix-area students were gifted with thousands of books as part of an annual campaign from Valley Metro.
  • McCain praises Trump’s posthumous pardon of boxer Jack Johnson

    A battle that U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) had been fighting for more than a decade came to a close on Thursday, when President Donald Trump issued a posthumous pardon for heavyweight boxing legend John Arthur “Jack” Johnson. 
  • Phoenix Symphony’s longtime bassoonist announces retirement

    Bonnie Wolfgang, who has played bassoon with The Phoenix Symphony since 1976, will retire after the season-ending performances of Rachmaninoff’s Second Symphony next month.
  • One dead after multi-vehicle accident on Loop 202 in Mesa

    A pedestrian has died after suffering from injuries sustained during a multi-vehicle car accident on a Mesa freeway on Thursday. 
  • Officials: Weinstein to surrender in sexual misconduct probe

    NEW YORK (AP) — Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein is expected to surrender to authorities Friday to face charges involving at least one of the women who have accused him of sexual assault, two law enforcement officials told The Associated Press. It would be the first criminal case against Weinstein to come out of the barrage […]
  • Valley economist says impact of Super Bowl is legit — and could be huge

    A Valley economist said the state can expect a huge windfall when another Super Bowl is held at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale in 2023.