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  • Ariz jail inmate’s death linked to cardiac arrest

    A Maricopa County medical examiner's report says a jail inmate who died late last year after fighting with deputies died of complications from cardiac arrest.
  • Poverty, hunger among retirees increasing

    The percentage of older people living below the poverty line has steadily climbed since 2005.
  • Most early ballots returned in race for Giffords’ seat

    More than half of early ballots given out in the race to represent southeastern Arizona's 8th Congressional District have been returned.
  • Mitt Romney says he won’t draw focus to his Mormon faith

    During an extensive interview with Fox News, Mitt Romney said that he would continue to speak generally about religion without focusing on his own personal beliefs.`
  • Overhauling Arizona pensions is ‘unconstitutional’

    A Maricopa County Superior Court has ruled legislation that would overhaul Arizona's pension system is unconstitutional.
  • Hospitalized 4-year-old’s mother, boyfriend face abuse charges

    A four-year-old Valley girl is in critical condition and her mother is in jail facing abuse charges.
  • West Valley teacher chosen for national program

    An Arizona teacher has been chosen to participate in a summer institute at the Library of Congress.
  • Weather Service issues heat warning for state

    The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning for parts of Arizona for Thursday and Friday as temperatures are expected to reach up to 114 degrees in some areas.
  • Hundreds file to run for Arizona legislature

    More than 200 candidates will run for the 90 seats in the Arizona Legislature this fall.
  • Arizona justices reject redistricting fast track

    Arizona's highest court is refusing to put an open meeting law case related to redistricting on a fast track in the state court system.
  • Former Maricopa County prosecutor’s disbarment to take effect in July

    The Arizona Supreme Court has declined a request by a former Maricopa County prosecutor to let her continue practicing law until the court rules on an appeal of her disbarment.
  • Car crashes into Fountain Hills home

    Authorities said two women trying to move their disabled car crashed into the second story of a Fountain Hills house.
  • Arpaio running for 6th term

    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has filed his nomination petition signatures to run for a sixth term.
  • Grand Canyon to waive entry fees for 1 day

    The Grand Canyon and other national parks are waiving entry fees on June 9 to promote outdoor activity.
  • Tempe teen tries to trade sex for fast food

    A woman is facing a child-prostitution charge after trying to trade sexual favors for a McDonald's meal.