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  • Medical marijuana card holder arrested with six times legal amount, $10K cash

    An Arizona medical marijuana card holder was arrested Tuesday after he was found to have more than six times the legal amount of marijuana permitted for card holders and $10,000 cash in his possession.
  • Four delicious recipes for your next potluck

    The days are longer and the kids are out of school. Picnics and potlucks are plentiful this time of year. These four mouthwatering recipes, provided by talented food bloggers, will give you ideas for your next outing.
  • ADOT urges safety with ‘haboob haiku’ challenge

    Arizona transportation officials are getting the message out about dust-storm safety -- in precisely 17 syllables.
  • Man pleads not guilty in fatal Avondale shooting

    A Phoenix man has pleaded not guilty in the fatal shooting of his ex-girlfriend last month.
  • Valley teens making ‘Fight Club’ real, scarier

    Phoenix police are concerned about 'Fight Club'-like violence popping up in the Valley.
  • Crews make progress on Superior blaze, battle Canyon fire

    Firefighters were making progress Wednesday against a wildfire near Superior that has charred more than 2,600 acres.
  • Tucson woman held in child’s near drowning

    A Tucson woman is facing a felony child abuse charge after a baby girl she was caring for was found floating in a bathtub.
  • Crown King fire fully contained

    Fire crews have fully contained a wildfire that had forced the evacuation of a historic mining town.
  • Goldwater files lawsuit in Coyotes deal

    Conservative watchdog group Goldwater Institute has filed a lawsuit seeking to invalidate the Glendale City Council's vote to approve a lease agreement for Jobing.com Arena with a potential buyer of the Phoenix Coyotes.
  • Navajos seek voice in Arizona redistricting case

    The Navajo Nation is asking for permission to be part of a federal court case in which Republicans are challenging Arizona's new map of legislative districts.
  • Phoenix school district rejects proposed pipeline

    A Phoenix school district has rejected allowing a pipeline under an elementary school in a proposal worth thousands of dollars.
  • Arizona man set for competency hearing in murder case

    Experts testifying in the case of an Arizona man accused of killing a Utah sheriff's deputy agree that the defendant is mentally ill.
  • Tempe considers nearly $30M bond election

    Tempe officials are considering a nearly $30 million bond election in November to fund public safety, fix old city buildings and possibly replace the rubber dam at Tempe Town Lake.
  • Former Gabrielle Giffords aide, Ron Barber, wins her seat in special election

    Democrat Ron Barber has won a special House election in southern Arizona to finish the term of former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.
  • Phoenix Fire cancels contract with air-tank maker

    The Phoenix Fire Department is canceling a contract with the manufacturer of the air tanks firefighters use when responding to blazes.
  • ASU student missing in Thailand

    An Arizona State University student traveling with other students in Thailand is missing after going for a late-night swim.
  • Valley has its fill of retail, office space but building continues

    A Valley economist said there is no need to build more office or retail space locally until at least 2015.
  • Special airtanker goes to work right away on wildfires

    One of the nation's two DC-10 airtankers deployed from California to assist in fighting wildfires had a busy first day.
  • Pipeline repairs puts Tombstone water war on hold

    The U.S. Forest Service has issued special permits for Tombstone to fix sections of its water line system, which was heavily damaged in last year's wildfires.
  • Arizona high school graduation rate grows by leaps, bounds

    Arizona high schools have increased their graduation rate by 24 percentage points in the last decade, the biggest increase in the country, according to a national report released Friday.