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  • Will social media prevent a millennial from getting a job?

    Managers may feel threatened by young adults' addiction to social media outlets and cell phone usage. but the Young Entrepreneur Council found that this attribute could boost the company instead of holding it back.
  • Firefighters battle 8,000-acre Grapevine Fire

    Firefighters continue to battle the 8,000-acre Grapevine Fire in the Safford Ranger District of the Coronado National Forest.
  • Helicopter crashes between Phoenix and Sedona

    Yavapai County has reported that an Aerospatiale AS-350 helicopter departed from Scottsdale headed to Sedona early Saturday morning has crashed.
  • Tucson residents offered money to store rainwater

    Tucson Water is offering its single-family-residential customers a rebate of up to $2,000 for harvesting and storing rainwater.
  • Hiker finds stash of AK-47s in Madera Canyon area

    A hiker has stumbled upon an unusually find the in the Madera Canyon area — assault rifles in a black trash bag.
  • Former Tucson High School coach arrested on sex crime charge

    Just before midnight on Saturday the Pima County Sheriff's Department responded to 5500 S. Gila Avenue in Tucson on a reported suspicious vehicle call. Officers found 53-year-old Richard Ortiz, a former high school wrestling coach and a 15- year-old female both partially dressed.
  • 87 opened after close call with Canyon fire

    The 87 Highway is now open after the Canyon Fire had it closed most of Saturday and Sunday morning in the Coconino National Forest. The fire has now reached 5,000 acres.
  • Call it rock and roll, call it jamming out, but do not call it band camp!

    Forget the sleeping bags, the bug spray, or the tent tethering. At the New School for the Academy of Arts, intrepid campers pick up sticks, strum a bass guitar, or plug in the piano. Some of them do it for the first time in their lives.
  • Nogales firefighter critical after hit-and-run

    A Nogales firefighter is in critical condition Saturday after a driver ran over him with an SUV in Tucson and fled the scene.
  • Yuma to get 8 new officers using federal money

    The federal government has awarded Yuma police with enough grant money to hire eight more officers in the next three years.
  • Portion of 87 Highway shut down by fire

    A portion of the 87 Highway has been shut down by the Canyon Fire in the Coconino National Forest, which has reached 1,000 acres.
  • Sign-waving, flag-waving crowds turn out for Supreme Court decision

    Phoenix resident George Pauk stood on the steps of the Supreme Court in a surgical mask with the words "Silenced Majority" scrawled on it Thursday, but he was tired of being silent.
  • Boy on bike killed in Chandler hit-and-run

    Authorities in Chandler say an 11-year-old boy riding a bicycle has been killed by a suspected hit-and-run driver who now is in custody.
  • Maricopa Community Colleges to mark milestone

    Beginning Sunday, the Maricopa Community Colleges will launch a yearlong celebration of its 50th anniversary.
  • Queen Creek man facing animal cruelty charges

    Authorities say a Queen Creek man has been charged in an animal cruelty case.