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  • Phoenix Zoo set to remember Duchess

    Duchess the orangutan spent over 50 years in the Phoenix Zoo, where thousands were able to see her.
  • Man injured in shooting outside north Phoenix Starbucks

    A shooting outside a Starbucks coffee shop around 11:30 a.m. in north Phoenix resulted in one man being seriously injured.
  • Peoria man gets life in prison for murdering mom

    A Peoria man convicted of killing his mother and then hiding the body in her vehicle has been sentenced to natural life in prison.
  • Police arrest Phoenix teen in baby brother’s death

    Police have arrested a Phoenix teenager on suspicion of fatally beating and strangling his 15-month-old brother two years ago.
  • No-kids-allowed movement growing in popularity

    An increasing number of "no-kids-allowed" or "brat ban" policies are being established in restaurants, movie theaters, grocery stores, and even airlines. Does this put parents at risk of becoming second-class citizens?
  • Supreme Court can’t stop rising health costs

    The Supreme Court ruled the Affordable Care Act is constitutional, but insurance premiums will continue to rise, according to SmartMoney.
  • Suspicious fire destroys Tolleson church

    An early-morning fire Friday destroyed a church in Tolleson.
  • Phoenix volleyball festival brings crowds, money

    More than 6,000 teenage athletes have converged on Phoenix for the annual Volleyball Festival.
  • Race to fill Giffords’ House seat could cost $3M

    The special election to fill the seat of former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is likely to cost Arizona taxpayers $3 million.
  • PTSD prevalent among heart-attack patients

    New research published in the Public Library of Science journal shows that one in eight people who suffer a heart attack go on to suffer post-traumatic-stress-disorder (PTSD).
  • Woman accused of smuggling meth into Ariz.

    A Mexican woman has been arrested on charges of trying to smuggle more than 56 pounds of methamphetamine into southern Arizona through the San Luis Port.
  • Pinal County recorder to issue voter ID cards

    Voter identification cards will be issued to all active registered voters throughout Pinal County within the next week.
  • Canceled governors’ conference cost Ariz. $98K

    Arizona was forced to pay $98,000 after Gov. Jan Brewer canceled a 2010 conference between governors of U.S. border states and their Mexican counterparts.
  • Feds look to streamline backlogged immigration courts

    Government officials have adopted a series of recommendations to streamline federal immigration courts, where a record-high number of backlogged cases has brought the "fairness and effectiveness" of the courts into question.
  • Phoenix Fire urges parents to consider free pool fences

    As pool activity in the Valley picks up, the Phoenix Fire Department is reminding Phoenix-area residents about drowning prevention.
  • Economist: Obamacare could slow Arizona’s economy

    Just when Arizona's economy is rebooting, the implementation of the Affordable Care Act will force the state's small businesses to make tough decisions, said John Mathis with the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
  • Phoenix stripper relates to ‘Magic Mike’

    Women have been eager for its release and on Friday they get their wish: "Magic Mike" has hit the big screen.
  • Chandler filling office space in a hurry

    Chandler has an office vacancy rate of below 5 percent.
  • ADOT minority business program cleared in dispute

    A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that an Arizona Department of Transportation affirmative action program was not the reason a non-minority Tempe contractor could not get work with the state.
  • Critically injured medical student’s donations stolen

    Scott Moore had life figured out.